November continued to be a festive month for e-bikes

A total of 76,163 electric two-wheelers were sold in November 2022.

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November continued to be a festive month for e-bikes

Sales of electric two-wheelers is on the rise in India. Electric vehicle companies are setting new sales records every month. The sales of electric two-wheelers in November 2022 amounted to 76,163.

Ola Electric ranked first in retail sales. 16246 units of S1 electric scooters were delivered in November 2022. Ola's sales have increased since the launch of the S1. The company has now entered the below-1 lakh market segment with the launch of S1 Air.

Ampere EV reported a high jump in sales in November. With 12,232 units sold, the company ranks second in retail sales.

Okinawa's sales declined. A total of 9,038 scooters were delivered (a decrease of almost 5,000 over October). Having delivered 9,008 units, Hero Electric is ranked 4th.

TVS also recorded an increase in EV sales. With 8,073 sales in November 2022, the company recorded its highest monthly sales. With 7,741 deliveries in November, Ather ranked sixth on the sales list.

November saw 2,987 Chetak electric scooter deliveries from Bajaj. 

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