The second quarter saw the lowest sales this year of 518900 due to the nationwide social distancing campaign imposed in April to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Sales began to recover in the third quarter and rose 30.6 percent quarter-on-quarter to 677700.
VAMM is made up by Honda, Piaggio, Suzuki, SYM, and Yamaha, but only Honda release sales figures.
The Japanese giant, which has an over 80 percent market share, saw April-September sales fall 25 percent year-on-year to 958900 units.
Last year Vietnam, with sales of 327 million units, was the
fourth largest motorbike market
globally behind India, China and Indonesia, unchanged from 2018 according to Italian market research firm Motorcycles Data.
- Motorbike sales drop 30.7 percent in Q2
- Honda Vietnam’s motorbike sales down, auto sales up in August
- Honda Vietnam’s motorcycle sales down, auto sales up in June
- Honda Vietnam sales continue to slide
- Vietnam auto sales stage May recovery
- Auto sales down 25 pct
- Honda Vietnam recalls cars to replace fuel pumps
- Beer companies enjoy recovery
- Condotel sales plummet
- Real estate firms struggle to recover from coronavirus slump