July 11, 2020

Motorcycle registrations in Spain grew 19.5% in September



Motorcycle registrations in Spain grew by 19.5% in September compared to the same month of the previous year, reaching 14,998 units, according to the data released today by the National Association of Companies of the Two Wheels Sector (Anesdor).

In the accumulated of the year, sales of motorcycles increased by 16.5%, to 123,647 units.

On the other hand, moped registrations dropped 28.2% in the ninth month of the year (1,367 units) and 24.5% from January to September (10,958).

In the segment of other light vehicles category L, in the ninth month of the year 190 tricycles were registered (37.3% more), 211 light quadricycles (32.4% more) and 137 heavy quads (11% less) .

In the accumulated 2018, 1,784 tricycles (24.5% more), 1,972 light quadricycles (23.9% more) and 1,273 heavy quads were sold in Spain (15.4% less).

On these figures, the secretary general of Anesdor, José María Riaño, stressed that the motorcycle market "continues to grow at a good pace, as it had been doing in the previous months."

In its opinion, in September, data "even better due to the 145% increase in the rental channel" have been recorded.

Riaño added that during the first quarter, the growth was "largely" to the 'end of series' effect – that is, it was "artificial growth" when compared with the "very low figures of 2017 for the entry into force of the Euro 4 stage "-, but the increases in the second and third quarters are" natural "and based on the" favorable evolution "of the economic environment.

By channels, in September, that of individuals totaled 12,056 units (a market share of 80%); that of companies accumulated 2,190 (15% of the total number of registrations); and the one of alquiladoras, 753, 5% more.

From January to September, the private channel reached 103,617 deliveries (a market share of 84%), that of companies, 14,198 (11% of total sales) and that of rental companies, 5,832 (a 5% share). ).

By use segments, scooter-type motorcycles accounted for 64% of the two-wheeler market, with 9,639 units registered in September; and in the accumulated of the year they accounted for 59% of the market, with 73,217 units.

Road motorcycles accounted for 32% of the total market, with 4,775 units registered in the ninth month of the year; while in the accumulated 2018 they accounted for 37% of the market, with 45,427 units sold.

With regard to field bikes, its penetration in the market was lower, 4% and 547 units last month; the same quota that accumulates in the first nine months of the year, with 4,752 units enrolled.

Regarding the registrations of electric two-wheelers, during September 721 motorcycles were registered with this type of propulsion (208% more) and 235 mopeds (58% more).

From January to September, 3,559 electric motorcycles were sold, representing an increase of 142%, while electric mopeds increased by 68.4%, to 1,844 units sold.

By brands, the head of sales was Honda (3,045 units, 18% more year-on-year), followed by Yamaha (1,969, 13.5% more) and Kymco (1,664, 4.7% more).

This podium also remains in the record for the first nine months of the year, with 24,889 units delivered by Honda (11.6% more), 19,679 for Yamaha (17.1% more) and 12,592 units for Kymco (7%) plus).

By models, in September the first three positions were for the Peugeot Tweet 125I, with 810 deliveries, a 487% more; for the Silence S02 (662 units and a growth of 1689.2%) and for the Honda SH 125I (543 units, 5.1% less).

In the first nine months, the models most in demand were the Honda SH 125I (5,066 units, up 4.2%), the Kymco Agility City 125 (4,575 units, up 1.1%) and the Honda PCX 125 (4,248 units). units, 0.9% less)

The following table shows the sales of the two-wheel sector by autonomous communities in September and the first nine months of the year:

CCAA SEP.18% VAR ACUM.18% VAR

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ANDALUSIA 3.394 -0.3 28.401 7.8

ARAGON 347 10.2 2.547 9.6

ASTURIAS 212 7.1 1,804 5.7

BALEARIC ISLANDS 623 -4.3 7.552 0.8

CANARY ISLANDS 809 18.4 6.185 22.0

CANTABRIA 156 10.6 1.375 6.9

CASTILLA LA MANCHA 310 2.0 3.027 12.3

CASTILLA Y LEÓN 357 10.5 3,351 9.7

CATALONIA 3.934 3.0 35.880 10.9

CEUTA AND MELILLA 99 13,8 925 7.9

EXTREMADURA 175 0.6 1.617 9.6

GALICIA 436 -2.5 4.218 9.7

LA RIOJA 43 26.5 529 4.1

MADRID 3,272 88.3 18,754 32.2

MURCIA 455 -3.8 3.655 5.6

NAVARRA 108 -25.5 1.063 -5.9

BASQUE COUNTRY 556 24.1 4.331 3.7

VALENCIAN COMMUNITY 1,617 2.0 14,420 7.8

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