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MUMBAI: Bajaj Auto Ltd on Thursday reported a one per cent growth in total sale of 2&3-wheelers for November at 1,83,411 units, from the previous corresponding 1,82,360 units.

Sale of 2-wheelers was lower by 0.22 per cent at 1,66,254 units (1,66,626 units for the year-ago period). Motorcycle sales moved up two per cent to 1,57,831 units (154,137 units), while that of 3-wheelers grew by 9 per cent to 17,157 units (15,734 units).

Exports increased 49 per cent to 23,112 units (15,519 units).

For the October-November period, the company's total sale of 2&3-wheelers rose 18 per cent to 4,25,219 units (3,59,053 units), including a 19-per cent increase in the sale of 2-wheelers to 3,86,181 units (3,24,257 units). Sale of 3-wheelers gained 12 per cent to 39,038 units (34,796 units).

Exports for the period were up 49 per cent to 45,825 units (30,781 units).

(This article was published in the Business Line print edition dated December 2, 2005)
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