The company did not sell any two-wheelers or commercial vehicles in the domestic market in April 2020.
Bajaj Auto's total vehicles sold stood at 3,88,016 units in April as against 37,878 units sold in April last year, the company said in a BSE filing.
Commercial vehicles sold in April 2021 were at 39,843 units as against 5,869 units in April last year.
Exports were at 2,53,545 units last month compared with 37,878 units in April 2020.
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