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Starting up this thread with purpose to keep a track of price hike of bikes which are currently on sale in India. This topic is inline with:



KTM has announced price hike across its range post the cancellation of excise duty concession. Following are the revised prices (Ex.showroom, Mumbai):

  • Duke 200: Rs.1,41,232

  • RC200: Rs.1,70,321

  • Duke 390: Rs.1,95,050

  • RC 390: Rs.2,18,508
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but there's one relief RBI has cut interest rates on the loans, effective from Today so some good days ahead. vehicle loans will have less intrest rates. so posted it here.
 
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Harley-Davidson India Hikes Prices on Select Models by Up to 30,000


Harley-Davidson India has announced a price increase by up to Rs.30,000 on select models sold across the country. The American auto giant conveyed that the hike was made in a bid to offset the impact of foreign exchange rate fluctuation. In its official statement, Harley said "The increase is due to the impact of the Rupee-Dollar exchange rate." As a result, prices of the Street 750, Sportster lineup and the Softail range of motorcycles have witnessed a hike. The new prices will come into effect from April 1.

The price hike makes Harley-Davidson's popular models dearer by a small margin. The entry-level Street 750 is currently priced at Rs.4.52 lakh, while prices of the Sportster family including the Iron 883, 1200 Custom and Forty Eight starts at Rs.7.37 lakh, Rs.8.9 lakh and Rs.9.12 lakh, respectively. The Softail range also includes three models in its lineup including the Fat Boy priced at Rs.15.15 lakh, Breakout starting at Rs.16.4 lakh and Heritage Softail Classic starting at Rs.16.6 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi). A model wise price rise will be communicated later by the company.

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Yamaha India hikes price of R15 3.0 by Rs 2,000

New Delhi: Yamaha India has increased the price of its popular bike, the new R15 Version 3.0 by Rs 2,000.

While the company declined to comment or state the reason of the price hike, a dealer confirmed the development. The company had said it sells 40-45k units per year of YZF-R15 (Version 3.0). The company had said it sells 40-45k units per year of YZF-R15 (Version 3.0).

"The price hike happened after deliberations by the management but we cannot comment on the reason behind it," the dealer told ETAuto.

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KTM 125 Duke gets its first price hike

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Launched in November last year, the KTM 125 Duke has received its first price hike. The entry-level KTM, which was used to retail at INR 1,18,163, has now been priced at INR 1,24,998 (+INR 6,835) – all prices ex-showroom Delhi. Regular readers would know that it comes with single-channel ABS that works with an anti-lift system to stop the back wheel from lifting under hard braking.

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KTM Hikes Prices Across Range In India By Up To ₹ 3256



KTM India has silently increased prices across its complete motorcycle range in the country. The prices are already in effect from this month onward increasing from ₹ 250 on the KTM 125 Duke, going up to ₹ 3,256 on the RC 390. The price hike is part of the annual revision for the new financial year, although the company has not announced a specific reason for the increase in prices. It's interesting to note that the 125 Duke gets a second price increase in weeks after receiving a hike of ₹ 6800 in March this year.

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Ather 450 and 340 electric scooters witness a marginal price hike

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Ather Energy has updated its website with the revised prices of the 340 and the 450 electric scooters. As per the new prices listed on the site, the electric bikes are now INR 3,480 (on-road Bangalore) costlier.

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2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 gets a marginal price hike; now costs INR 1,74,125

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At launch, the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 was priced at INR 1,73,870*. A few weeks later, the price was reduced by INR 3,732* to INR 1,70,138*, as mentioned in an IAB report dated 1 May 2019. However, while several publications report it to be a price drop, it was probably a pricing error. The price has been revised to INR 1,74,125* now, which is INR 255* higher than the launch price.

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KTM Duke 125 gets another, INR 5,000 price hike

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KTM has announced another price hike for its entry-level model, the 125 Duke. This time, the retail price has gone up by INR 5,000. The KTM 125 Duke was launched in India at an introductory ex-showroom price of INR 1,18,163* and received its first price hike in April 2019. Then, the hike was of INR 6,835, leading to a price tag of INR 1,24,998*. About 10 days later, the entire KTM line-up in India saw a price revision, and at that time, the entry-level model's price increased by INR 250 to INR 1,25,248*. Now, with the INR 5,000 raise, the motorcycle now retails at approximately INR 1,30,248*

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