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Bajaj Auto sales rise 26 pc

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Mumbai , April 1

BAJAJ Auto Ltd (BAL) today informed that its total sale of 2&3-wheelers in just ended March, rose by 26 per cent to 138,801 units as compared to the previous corresponding 110,224 units.

Sale of 2-wheelers for the period increased by 26.2 per cent to 118,662 units (94,067 units same time last year), including a 27.4 per cent rise in sale of motorcycles to 94,322 units (74,039 units), an official statement said.

Three wheeler sales registered a gain of 24.6 per cent to 20,139 units (16,157 units). Exports shot up by 89 per cent to 13,625 units (7209 units), it said.

BAL's total 2&3-wheeler sales for 2003-2004 increased by 5.2 per cent to 15,17,413 units (14,42,963 units), with exports up 65.5 per cent at 156,008 units (94,241 units).

Total 2-wheeler sales for the fiscal moved up by 3.1 per cent to 12,88,259 units (12,49,104 units), including a 17.9 per cent rise in motorcycle sales to 10,23,650 units (8,68,138 units). Three-wheeler sales gained by 18.2 per cent to 229,154 units (193,859 units).

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