Thanks to new launches, demand for motorcycle and scooters remained upbeat during the month Swaraj Baggonkar @swarajsb 1/6 Two-wheeler makers continued to post high gains in December, which is generally considered to be a slow month, despite some negative buyer sentiments. Thanks to new launches, demand for motorcycle and scooters remained upbeat during the month. Here is a look at how each of the companies fared in December: 2/6 Bajaj Auto | Motorcycle sales grew by 6% to 112,930 units vs 106,665 units sold in December 2016. 3/6 Suzuki | Sales grew 53% to 32,786 units vs 21,362 units sold in December 2016, thanks to demand for the Intruder (150cc). 4/6 Royal Enfield | India sales of Royal Enfield jumped 16% to 65,367 units vs 56,316 units sold in December 2016. 5/6 TVS Motor Company | Roaring on the success of Jupiter and Apache RR 310, domestic sales jumped 35% to 207,778 units vs 153,456 units sold in December last year. 6/6 Hero Motocorp | The market leader saw sales rise 43% to 472,731 units vs 330,202 units sold in December 2016.