KTM and Husqvarna improve the worth of their product line-ups this month. In latest weeks, two-wheeler producers akin to TVS, Royal Enfield, Bajaj and Yamaha additionally hiked the worth of their automobiles.
The Austrian producer has hiked costs throughout its vary of avenue bare, journey and supersport bikes. At ₹ 2.42 lakh, KTM’s 250 Journey now prices ₹ 6,304 extra.
So far as its racetrack-oriented supersport bikes go, the RC 125 is now dearer by ₹ 4,982 and begins at ₹ 1.87 lakh, whereas the bigger capability RC 200, at ₹ 2.13 lakh, has gone up by ₹ 4,544.
Nonetheless, it’s the 390 Duke that sees the biggest bounce at ₹ 6,419. The road bare now prices ₹ 2.94 lakh. The Duke 250 can also be costlier by ₹ 6,272, which sees its price ticket swell as much as ₹ 2.35 lakh. The smallest choices within the Duke line-up, the 125 and 200, additionally see an increment of ₹ 5,312 and ₹ 4,544, respectively. The Duke 125 now prices ₹ 1.76 lakh, whereas the Duke 200, prices ₹ 1.90 lakh.
KTM just lately launched the up to date 390 Journey at ₹ 3.35 lakh. The model’s upcoming RC 390 was additionally revealed on its web site earlier than the official launch, nevertheless it was taken down shortly after.
In the meantime, Swedish producer Husqvarna has additionally hiked costs throughout its vary. The Husqvarna 250 twins, Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250, each see a hike of ₹ 7,130, and are priced at ₹ 2.18 lakh and ₹ 2.17 lakh, respectively.
TVS hikes costs of Apache RTR, NTorq 125
TVS has elevated the worth of its bikes and scooters. The Raider sees the biggest bounce with a hike of ₹ 1,620, for each the Drum and Disc brake variants. The Raider now comes at ₹ 84,573. For the TVS Radeon, all variants besides the bottom see a worth hike of ₹ 950. In the meantime, costs for the Star Metropolis Plus Disc variant have gone up by ₹ 1,000. Equally, the TVS Sport’s costs have additionally elevated by ₹ 1,000 and ₹ 1,168 for the kick begin and electrical begin variants, respectively, with the bike now ranging from ₹ 60,130.
TVS’ Apache vary of sporty bikes additionally will get a worth hike of as much as ₹ 2,100 this month. Costs for the TVS Apache RTR 160 2V (from ₹ 1.11 lakh), RTR 160 4V (from ₹ 1.19 lakh), RTR 180 (₹ 1.18 lakh) and 200 4V (from ₹ 1.38 lakh) have all elevated by ₹ 2,100. Costs for the usual Apache RR 310 (Rs 2.60 lakh) has elevated by a nominal Rs 90, whereas the RTR 165 RP sees no change in worth (Rs 1.45 lakh).
As for the scooters, the Jupiter 125’s Drum brake variant receives the biggest worth hike of ₹ Rs 2,350 and its vary now begins at ₹ 78,175. The aforementioned scooter’s Drum Alloy, and Disc variants have additionally gone up by ₹ 2,300, whereas the Jupiter 110 has acquired a ₹ 1,373 improve in worth for all variants.
In the meantime, all variants of the TVS NTorq 125, besides the just lately launched XT, price ₹ 1,461 extra with the vary now beginning at ₹ 77,106. Costs for the TVS Zest have gone up by ₹ 1,400 as effectively, and it’s now priced at ₹ 67,016. Equally, the Scooty Pep Plus has receives a ₹ 1,400 improve (begins at ₹ 60,334) for all Gloss and Matte paint shades, apart from the Princess Pink Gloss which has gone down by ₹ 300. Costs for TVS’ i-Qube electrical scooter, nonetheless, stay unchanged (₹ 1.01 lakh).
Different two wheeler producers like Royal Enfield, Bajaj and Yamaha have additionally introduced worth hikes this month.