10% below normal
Last month 15,742 motorcycles and 1,319 mopeds were sold in Spain. And, adding tricycles and quadricycles, the total reached 18,109 units, 10.3% less than in 2019, the last “valid” year due to the 2020 confinement. In the accumulated of the year, 73,762 registrations were carried out, 7.3% less than in 2019 (41.4% compared to 2020).
In addition, due to the rebound effect that occurred in 2020 due to retained demand during isolation, a comparative decrease is expected in the coming months.
Honda PCX 125 // 622 units
The Honda model was the best-seller in May. The low-wheel scooter stands out for its sleek design, with a sharp front shield and sharp light clusters. Its 12hp engine was recently updated to comply with Euro5 regulations.
Yamaha NMAX 125 // 570 units
The fretboard brand scooter loses market leadership. But it maintains the same keys, such as its corpulent design, an accessible seat for most pilots, its 12.2 hp engine and a remarkable range of 300 kilometers.
Piaggio Liberty 125 ABS // 473 units
One of the benchmarks among high-wheel models closes the podium, with a classic style that repeats the third position of April. Its 11 hp engine is somewhat less powerful than that of its rivals, but it has been renewed and strengthens its efficiency.
Honda SH125i // 442 units
The ‘Scoopy’ continues to be one of the most popular models among high wheel scooters. It stands out for its agility and practical details (with options such as the large front glass or the rear trunk), and it mounts the same 12 HP engine as the PCX, which combined with its seven-liter tank gives it a range of 320 kilometers.
Kymco Agility City 125 // 435 units
While some representatives of the segment bet on offering the most powerful mechanics or the most corpulent design, the Kymco scooter stands out on the contrary, postulating itself as an option of contained size and weight, which improves its agility in urban driving and makes its 9 hp engine provides solvent performance.
Yamaha X-MAX 125 // 434 units
First time the X-MAX 125 has made it into the top seller this year. It has a sporty design, led headlights, 12 hp engine, traction control and keyless start. And to suit all types of riders, both the position of the screen and the handlebar can be adjusted.
SYM Symphony 125 // 329 units
Another model that bets on lightness, a tight weight and compact dimensions to offer the most agile driving possible. To this he adds a 16-inch wheel, which provides more safety and ride comfort, and a 10 hp engine.
Honda Forza 125 // 306 units
It is one of the sportiest 125cc scooters on the market, something that can be seen both in its angular design and in its 15 hp engine, more powerful than that of its rivals and, therefore, with superior response and performance.
October / November
Yamaha X-MAX 300 // 298 units
First medium-displacement scooter on the list to break the hegemony of the 125cc. Its main advantage over these is its more powerful engine, 27 HP, which allows you to drive with more relief when leaving the city, on urban highways, roads and motorways. Of course, it is necessary to have at least an A2 license to drive it.
November / November
Kawasaki Z900 // 265 units
The only model on the list that is not a scooter closes the top 10 sales. Kawasaki’s naked motorcycle (without fairing) continues to enjoy good acceptance in the sector, partly thanks to its muscular appearance and also because its engine can be limited to 48 hp to be compatible with the A2 license. Without limitation it delivers 95 CV and becomes a sports car.