Royal Enfield reported a 65 percent increase in sales compared to January last year. A total of 47,710 units were sold against 28,927 units in January 2015.
The models with engine capacity 350cc sold 44,234 units in January 2016 when compared to 25,799 units last year, a significant jump of 71 percent.
As for the models above 350cc, units sold were 3,476 against 3,128 units in January 2015, up by 11 percent.
Royal Enfield's tryst with exporting the motorcycle, however, fell short by 200 units, they exported 570 units against 770 the previous year.
The company has seen unprecedented sales in the last decade, mainly driven by offering the mid-capacity engine at an economically priced motorcycles.
Royal Enfield is getting ready to launch its much delayed Himalayan on 2nd of February 2016 and looking to enter era of specialised motorcycles.
Royal Enfield has bought Harris Performance Products and they have been instrumental in developing the upcoming Himalayan. The new motorcycle will be powered by a new 400cc engine with overhead cams.
A lot of new features have been added to give the adventure tourers a chance to ride on any terrain. The pricing and the ultimate performance on the road will give the actual picture of the new motorcycle.