The undisputed champion, Honda reigns supreme with a whopping 16.8 million motorcycles sold in 2023. From versatile commuters to iconic touring bikes, their diverse lineup caters to riders of all stripes.
India's motorcycle giant, Hero, zooms in at second place with 5.1 million sales. Focusing on fuel-efficient, affordable bikes, they're a major player in the commuter segment.
The electric revolution is here! Yadea, a Chinese electric scooter specialist, takes the third spot with 6.1 million sales. They're leading the charge towards a sustainable future on two wheels.
Japan's second powerhouse, Yamaha, roars in at fourth with 4.1 million sales. Renowned for their performance bikes like the R1 and adventure-ready Tenere, they cater to thrill-seekers and explorers alike.
Another Indian giant, Bajaj Auto, secures fifth place with 3.0 million sales. Popular for their Pulsar range and Dominar power cruisers, they offer a blend of style and performance for the value-conscious rider.
India's dominance continues with TVS Motor Company at sixth place, selling 2.8 million motorcycles. Their Apache series is a favorite among performance-oriented riders in the budget segment.
Back to China, Haojue claims the seventh spot with 1.92 million sales. Partnering with Suzuki, they focus on affordable, commuter-friendly motorcycles for the domestic market.
A legendary Japanese brand, Suzuki holds the eighth position with 1.8 million sales. From the iconic Hayabusa to the versatile V-Strom, they offer a diverse range for everyday riders and adventure seekers.
Mexico's own Italika surprises at ninth place with 0.9 million sales. They specialize in affordable, everyday motorcycles catering to the Latin American market.
Completing the list is Royal Enfield, the iconic Indian brand known for its classic motorcycles. With 0.7 million sales, they offer a unique blend of heritage and modern performance.