[WORLDKINGS] World Tops Academy – Top 5 best – selling motorcycles in England in 2019

24-03-2020

(WorldKings.org) According to AutoTrader, this is top 5 best – selling motorcycles in England in 2019

1. Lexmoto Echo

With approaching 100 unit sales UK-wide every month throughout 2019 the Echo is not just the best-selling 50cc scooter, it outsells most full-blown motorcycles as well. Over the last 10-15 years Lexmoto have steadily grown to become a credible UK brand with a decent network of, albeit fairly small, dealers. 

Now updated to Euro4 compliant ‘Echo E4’ spec, it looks as good as pretty much any other sports scoot an its just as ‘twist n go’ easy to ride. There’s an adequate air-cooled four-stroke engine propelling it to the same regulated 30mph as any other machine in the class.

2. Honda PCX125

 

 

The Honda PCX is a scooter developed by Honda. It was produced by Thai Honda Manufacturing. The Honda PCX was first introduced for sale in November 2009.The Honda PCX125 suitable to those who want an easily accessible, affordable and practical commuter.

And it’s that which explains the popularity, not just of sports, youth-targetted bikes like Yamaha’s YZF-R125, but also humble commuters such as Honda’s CB125F and commuter scooters such as the PCX125. The PCX is a Europe-wide sales phenomenon due to its combination of ease of use, practicality, style, Honda quality and reliability and, at just under £3000, decent value.

3.Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 

 

 

The arrival of (now India-owned) British brand Enfield’s all-new, retro-style 650 twins has been a long time coming – but it’s been worth the wait. The 650 cc, parallel-twin engine has been in the making since 2015. And this engine has a lot of inputs from the engineering and design team based at Royal Enfield's UK Technology Centre, in collaboration with Royal Enfield's team based in Chennai. This is the UK’s best-selling bike in the 125-650cc motorcycle category

4.Kawasaki Z1000SX

 

 

For a bike with such a roundabout, almost ‘mongrel’ evolution, Kawasaki’s SX isn’t half brilliant. While its continuing improvement (it’s now on it’s third incarnation since originally being introduced in 2010) yet retaining its great value has cemented its popularity, such that it’s not only a best seller as a sports-tourer, it is in the 1000cc+ category as well.

 

 

It was first presented as a half-faired, more practical version of Kawasaki’s then Z1000 super naked roadster – and by offering decent all-round ability at Suzuki Bandit prices it proved an instant hit. 

5. BMW R1250GS/A 

 

 

Anyone who knows anything about Britain’s best-selling motorcycles probably saw this coming – the Bavarian boxer-powered all-rounder remains the definitive adventure bike in a category that, in the UK, is the most popular of all – yet in 2019 it’s more deserved than ever. The ‘old’ 1200 version had already been a perennial best-seller ever since the introduction of its latest incarnation in 2013 (although the big GS actually dates all the way back to the 1980s) and was AutoTrader’s ‘Bike of the Year’ again in 2018.

 

According to Auto Trader

 


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