- Bajaj sells a total of 3.98 lakh units in October 2019 
- 2.42 lakh motorcycles sold in India last month 
- Chetak electric scooter to be launched soon 
Bikewale, By Neil Nier
© Neil Nair Bajaj records 8 percent decline in sales for October 2019

Bajaj sold a total of 3.98 lakh motorcycles in October 2019. This is a decline of 8 percent in comparison to the 4.32 lakh units it sold in the same month last year.  
In the Indian market, Bajaj managed to sell 2.42 lakh motorcycles last month as against the 2.81 lakh motorcycles sold in October 2018; registering a 14 percent decline. On the other hand, the manufacturer witnessed a 3 percent growth in the export market for October 2019. It sold 1.56 lakh motorcycles last month compared to 1.51 lakh units sold in the same period in 2018.  
Bajaj recently updated the Pulsar 150 Neon, giving it tank extensions to differentiate it from the smaller Pulsar 125 Neon. As for Pulsar 125, Bajaj has also introduced the motorcycle in a split-seat variant which is currently available only in select states. The manufacturer also unveiled its first electric scooter, the Chetak that has been inspired by the legendary Chetak. Bajaj will launch the scooter in January next year and take on the Ather 450.
This article was originally published by Bikewale.    
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