Off-Road Motorcycle Sales Figures | 2019 Q3 Year To Date Results

Off-Road Motorcycles Sales Figures

2019 YTD Australia Motorcycle Sales Data Q3 YTD


Off-road category sales fell 2.4 per cent compared with the same period in 2018. Yamaha now leads this segment with a 28.1 per cent share, followed by Honda with 27.4 per cent, and KTM with 18.8 per cent.

Honda and Kawasaki both recorded improvements in their off-road sales numbers and market share in comparison to this point last year.

Kawasaki’s KLX110 was the overall biggest selling off-road machine after recording a big boost in sales to top the category ahead of Honda’s CRF110F and Yamaha’s PW50. 

The biggest selling enduro bike is Yamaha’s WR450F ahead of four KTM models headed by the 300 EXC two-stroke and 500 EXC four-stroke. 

Yamaha leads the way in the motocross category with the YZ250F out-selling the YZ450F while for Honda it was the other way around with the CRF450R out-selling the CRF250R. 


2019 Off-Road Motorcycle Sales (Brand) Q3 YTD

COMPARISON REPORT
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Off Road
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Yamaha 6393 6961 -8.2%
Honda 6232 6000 3.9%
KTM 4266 4560 -6.4%
Kawasaki 2659 2532 5.0%
Suzuki 1611 1683 -4.3%
Husqvarna 1557 1541 1.0%

Top Selling Off-Road Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Off Road Bikes
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Kawasaki KLX110 1189 795 49.6%
Honda CRF110F 1017 760 33.8%
Yamaha PW50 1011 997 1.4%
Honda CRF50F 1008 972 3.7%
Yamaha WR450F 909 816 11.4%
Yamaha TTR50E 752 808 -6.9%
KTM 300EXC 645 817 -21.1%
KTM 500EXC 614 572 7.3%
KTM 350EXCF 578 469 23.2%
Honda CRF250F 575 0 100%

Top Selling Enduro Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Enduro
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Yamaha WR450F 909 816 11.4%
KTM 300EXC 645 817 -21.1%
KTM 500EXC 614 572 7.3%
KTM 350EXCF 578 469 23.2%
KTM 450EXC 291 318 -8.5%
Honda CRF450L 262 153 71.2%
Husqvarna TE300 247 217 13.8%
Yamaha WR250R 219 227 -3.5%
Husqvarna FE350 192 179 7.3%
Yamaha WR250F 176 286 -38.5%

Top Selling Motocross Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Moto Cross
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Yamaha YZ250F 521 594 -12.3%
Yamaha YZ450F 404 604 -33.1%
Honda CRF450R 403 574 -29.8%
Honda CRF250R 336 421 -20.2%
Kawasaki KX450 298 360 -17.2%
KTM 85SX 292 346 -15.6%
KTM 450SXF 277 307 -9.8%
Kawasaki KX250 273 381 -28.3%
KTM 250SXF 239 262 -8.8%
Yamaha YZ65 232 218 6.4%

Top Selling Farm Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Farm
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Honda XR190 407 449 -9.4%
Suzuki TROJAN 354 432 -18.1%
Yamaha AG200 201 243 -17.3%
Honda XR150L 122 208 -41.3%
Yamaha AG125 111 115 -3.5%
Kawasaki Stockman 250 95 116 -18.1%
Suzuki TF125 37 41 -9.8%
Honda CTX200 8 17 -52.9%
Yamaha AG100 3 19 -84.2%

Top Selling Fun Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Fun
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Kawasaki KLX110 1189 795 49.6%
Honda CRF110F 1017 760 33.8%
Yamaha PW50 1011 997 1.4%
Honda CRF50F 1008 972 3.7%
Yamaha TTR50E 752 808 -6.9%
Yamaha TTR110E 543 547 -0.7%
Honda CRF125FB 430 366 17.5%
Kawasaki KLX140 345 272 26.8%
Honda CRF125F 288 227 26.9%
Honda CRF150F 247 240 2.9%

Top Selling Trail Motorcycles Q3 YTD

Top 10 by Category – Trail
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Honda CRF250F 575 0 100%
Honda CRF230F 571 819 -30.3%
Suzuki DR-Z400E 501 611 -18.0%
Honda CRF250L 456 560 -18.6%
Yamaha TTR230/A 209 288 -27.4%
Kawasaki KLX150BF 187 268 -30.2%
Yamaha XT250 110 109 0.9%
Kawasaki KLX250S 98 164 -40.2%
Suzuki DR-Z250 95 171 -44.4%
Suzuki DR200S 77 67 14.9%

ATV

If there is no rain then ATV machines don’t sell, and there is still very little rain to be had in many of the larger parts of agricultural Australia thus there continues to be much pain in the quad-bike sector.

The ATV/SSV category showed a decline of 11.3 per cent. Within this category, Polaris maintained market leadership with a 28.1 per cent share, followed by Honda with 22.5 per cent, and Yamaha with 19.3 per cent.


2019 ATV Sales (Brand)

The ATV/SSV category showed a decline of 11.3 per cent. Within this category, Polaris maintained market leadership with a 28.1 per cent share, followed by Honda with 22.5 per cent, and Yamaha with 19.3 per cent.

COMPARISON REPORT
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer ATV
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Polaris 3682 4143 -11.1%
Honda 2954 3726 -20.7%
Yamaha 2536 2797 -9.3%
BRP Australia 1879 1919 -2.1%
Kawasaki 1079 1008 7.0%
Suzuki 982 1191 -17.5%
TOTAL 13112 14784 -11.3%

Top Selling ATV’s (Model)

Top 10 by Category – ATVs
January – September 2019 compared to January – September 2018
Manufacturer Model Total
YTD 2019 YTD 2018 % CHAN
Yamaha YFM450FB/P 524 555 -5.6%
Polaris Sportsman 570 507 681 -25.6%
Honda TRX500FM 402 463 -13.2%
Honda TRX420FM 389 497 -21.7%
Yamaha YFM90R 310 386 -19.7%
Honda TRX250TM 309 587 -47.4%
Yamaha YFM350F 286 354 -19.2%
Yamaha YFM700FA 271 246 10.2%
Honda TRX420TM 250 279 -10.4%
Honda TRX500FA 243 268 -9.3%

What about the other brands….?

It should be noted that some brands are not represented in the official audit figures in relation to motorcycle sales. Brands under the UMI group such as MV Agusta, Royal Enfield and Gas Gas, along with the likes of Sherco, CF Moto, Kymco and SWM which come under the stewardship of Mojo Motorcycles, are not included in the sales figures as these companies choose not to be members of the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries.

An educated guesstimate suggests that these brands represent around 10-15 per cent of the whole market, thus the data is formulated from audited figures that cover around 85-90 per cent of the motorcycles sold in Australia.

Along with compiling motorcycles sales data, the FCAI is the primary organisation funded by the motorcycle industry to deal with government agencies. FCAI helped lobby for the Learner Approved Motorcycles Scheme and the Recreational Registration Scheme. They also lobby for exemptions on tightening emissions schemes in relation to motorcycles, and helping to prevent governments trying to restrict or ban the use of ATVs.

Source: MCNews.com.au

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