KTM records 25 per growth in sales
KTM has recorded a 25 per cent annual volume expansion in sales over the previous three years. This expansion also demonstrates that the Bajaj-KTM association has proved to be lucrative for both companies.During the end of the year 2014, KTM detained a market portion of 8.7 per cent in Europe and about 4.8 per cent in United States. The brand is gradually rising as a well-liked brand in India, China and Malaysia as the sales figures have been mounting at an annual rate of 25 per cent in the last three years.
KTM records 25 per growth in sales
 
In the approaching two years, this contribution is estimated to augment to 10-11 per cent of the combined remaining turnover of Bajaj Auto. The manufacturer's resource from our country would also be enhanced by 60-65 per cent. The foremost cause behind the company experiencing such achievement is largely because of the brand's latest product introductions with the alliance from Bajaj. The company managed to export around 53,000 KTM motorbikes this financial year while compared to the 24,000 units they sold during the last year. This 121 per cent raise display’s KTM's boost in quantity growth that is only probable to get healthier in the years to come.