- After Himalayan, Royal Enfield has also increased the price of BS6 Bullet 350 and Classic 350.
- Bajaj launched the BS6 model of Avenger Cruise 220 at a price of Rs 8000 only last month.
- KTM has increased the prices of its 8 models by up to Rs 5100.
In some parts of the country, the two-wheeler companies are resuming work after the lockdown was relaxed. Many companies such as Royal Enfield, Hero MotoCorp, Bajaja and KTM started manufacturing and retailing. With the start of the sale, companies have increased the price of some of their bikes, although the company did not give a reason for this but it is estimated that the increased input cost, adverse market situation due to Kovid 19 epidemic and decrease in revenue Reasons for this move may include. Let’s know about 16 such bikes, whose prices have increased by 5100 rupees…
BS6 Bullet 350
After Himalayan, Royal Enfield has also increased the price of BS6 Bullet 350 and Classic 350. The company has increased the price of all colors and variants of Bullet 350 by Rs 2755. The prices of Bullet 350 EFi Black and Bullet 350 EFi Forest Green have increased from Rs 1,27,750 to Rs 1,30,505. At the same time, the price of Bullet X 350 EFi Silver and Bullet X 350 EFi Onyx Black has increased from Rs 1,21,583 to Rs 1,24,338. Similarly, Bullet X 350 ES Jet Black, Bullet X 350 ES Regal Red and Bullet X 350 ES Royal Blue are now available at dealerships at a price of Rs 1,39,949 as against Rs 1,37,194 earlier.
BS6 Classic 350
The ex-showroom price of the Classic 350 BS6 has now gone up to Rs 1.59 lakh, which was earlier Rs 1.57 lakh. The ex-showroom price of the Classic 350 bike with classic black color and dual channel ABS has now gone up to Rs 1.67 lakh, up from Rs 1.65 lakh earlier. Other 350 color options like Blue, Storm Rider, Gray and Black are now priced between Rs 1.77 lakh and Rs 1.84 lakh.
Royal Enfield Himalayan
The Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 model was launched in January 2020. But within four months of launching, the company has increased the price of all its 6 color options by about Rs 2750. The current price of the Snow White and Granite Black color options of Royal Enfield Himalayan BS6 has come to Rs 189565, which was Rs 186811 at the time of launching. Similarly, the bike’s sleet gray and gravel gray color options are now priced at Rs 19,2318, which was Rs 189565 at the time of launching. The Himalayan BS6’s Lake Blue and Rock Red color options are now priced at Rs 194154, while its Delhi ex-showroom price at launch was Rs 191401.
Auto / BS6 Royal Enfield Himalayan becomes expensive, after the hike, the starting price was Rs 1.89 lakh, know the variant vice price
8 models of KTM costlier
KTM has increased the prices of its 8 models by up to Rs 5100. The company has recently resumed operations at some dealerships. The company has increased the price of the Duke 125 model by Rs 4223, the Duke 200 and RC200 CC models by Rs 4096, the Duke 250 price by Rs 4736, while the RC 390 and 390 Adventure platform by Rs 5109.
Auto / KTM 8 motorcycles cost up to Rs 5100, 200cc models price increased by Rs 4096
Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220
Bajaj Auto launched the BS6 model of Avenger Cruise 220 only last month, which was Rs 8000 more than the old model. Now the company has increased its price by Rs 2000. The Delhi ex-showroom price of Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 BS6 is now Rs. 1.19 lakhs.
BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 220F
The BS6 model of Bajaj Pulsar 150 was launched earlier this year. The Delhi Ex-showroom price of the front disc brake variant of this bike is now Rs 96,960 and the price of the rear disc model is Rs 1 lakh. Earlier these models were priced at Rs 94,956 and Rs 98,835 respectively. The price of Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 has been increased by Rs 3000, now this bike will be available for Rs 1.19 lakh, which was earlier available for Rs 1.16 lakh.
Yamaha FZ-Fi and FZS-Fi
Yamaha FZ-Fi was earlier priced at Rs 99,200, which has increased to Rs 99,700 after the hike. The price of Yamaha FZS-Fi bike has increased from Rs 1,01,200 to Rs 1,01,700. Similarly, the price of Dark Knight Edition has also increased to Rs 1,03,200, which was Rs 1,027,00 earlier.
Yamaha MT-15 and YZF-R15 V3.0
The ex-showroom Delhi price of Yamaha MT-15 bike has increased from Rs 1,39,400 to Rs 1,39,900. The price of the three color options of the Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0 bike has been increased from 500 to 1000 rupees. Yamaha YZF-R15 V3.0’s Thunder Gray color model has been increased from Rs 1,45,300 to Rs 1,45,800. The price of the Dark Knight color model has been increased from Rs 1,47,300 to Rs 147900. Similarly, the price of racing blue color model was earlier Rs 1,45,900, which after the increase has now been Rs 1,46,900. These are all Delhi ex-showroom prices.
Hero Glamor BS6
Hero Glamor is a brand new bike, which was launched earlier this year. This bike has not even reached the showroom yet and the company has increased its price. Now Hero Glamor BS6 will be available with an increased price of Rs 850. At the time of launching, its ex showroom price was kept at Rs 68,900 for the drum brake variant and Rs 72,400 for the front disc brake variant. Now the new ex-showroom prices of both these variants have been increased to Rs 69,750 and Rs 73,250 respectively.
Hero Super Splendor & Passion Pro BS6
The price of Hero Super Splendor has increased by Rs 850. The ex-showroom price of its self-drum version has been increased from Rs 67,300 to Rs 68,150 and the price of the Self Disc version has been increased from Rs 70,800 to Rs 71,650. The company launched the new Passion Pro bike at an initial price of Rs 64,990. This ex-showroom price was for its drum brake variant, while the ex-showroom price of the front disc brake variant was Rs 67,190. Now this price has increased to Rs 65,740 for the drum brake variant and Rs 67,940 for the disc brake variant. Both bikes have not yet reached the showroom after launching.
HF Deluxe and Splendor + BS6
The BS6 model of Hero HF Deluxe was launched in December 2019. Its initial price at that time was Rs 55,925. This bike is available in three variants, alloy wheels, i3S and black variants. The company has increased the prices of these three variants, which have increased to Rs 56,675, Rs 58,000 and Rs 56,800 respectively. That is, an increase of Rs 1,325 has been made.
Hero Splendor + BS6 was launched earlier this year. At that time the ex-showroom price of the bike was Rs 59,600. Now its price has been increased by Rs 750, after which the initial price of Splendor + BS6 has been increased to Rs 60,350. Splendor + is available in three variants – Kick, Self and Self with i3S. The new ex showroom Delhi price of all the three variants is like this…
- Kick Start Drum Brake Alloy Wheel – FI: Rs 60,350
- Self Start Drum Brake Alloy Wheel – FI: Rs 62,650
- Self Start Drum Brake Alloy Wheel – FI i3s: Rs 63,860