Motorcycle sales grow by 13 per cent
UK motorcycle sales grew by 13.3 per cent in April when compared to the same month in 2015.
According to data released by the Motorcycle Industry Association (MCIA), almost 11,500 bikes were sold in April, up from 10,153 unit sales in the same month in 2015.
Sales of naked motorbikes continue to impress with more than 10,000 sales of the fairing-less models for the year to date after 3,463 sales in total in April.
Scooters were the next bestselling style of bike with 2,165 sales, an increase of 14.6 per cent compared to April 2015.
Adventure Sport bikes round out the top three most popular bodystyles with 1,946 sales last month, an increase of 15.6 per cent when compared to April 2015.
The leading models
Once more, Honda is the leading manufacturer in terms of new registrations in the UK in April.
The Japanese manufacturer managed to sell 2,109 bikes and scooters last month with the CRF 1000 the best selling model overall thanks to 182 sales.
The Honda PCX 125 and CB 125 F are the next bestselling models with 172 and 159 sales respectively.
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