TVS has hiked prices of most of its bikes while sparing the scooters. Bajaj bikes also saw hike in the range of Rs 500 to Rs 2,000.
Bajaj Auto has silently hiked prices of its two-wheelers. Meanwhile, another bike maker, TVS has also revised prices of its two-wheelers.
Bajaj’s Dominar saw the highest increase. The price of Dominar ABS variant has been increased by Rs 2,000 and it now costs Rs 1,58,275. On the other hand, the has been hiked from Rs 1,42,108 to Rs 1,44,113.
Bajaj Pulsar has also seen price hike between Rs 2,000 to Rs 1,800. Its ABS version now costs Rs 1,36,794 while the standard version has been priced at Rs 1,24,890.
If you love the Avenger, then there’s bad news too. The Avenger 220 as well as Avenger 150 Street will now cost Rs 94,464 against its launch price of Rs 93,466. Similarly, the Bajaj Avenger 180 will now cost Rs 1,100 more and it costs Rs 83,346.
Coming to Pulsar, the NS 200 saw a price hike of Rs 1,700; so the ABS version will sale for Rs 1,10,714 and the standard version to cost Rs 98,714.
The Bajaj Discover disc model will now cost Rs 1,000 extra while the standard model will cost Rs 5,00 more. However, the price of Bajaj V12 remains unchanged.
Meanwhile, TVS has slashed the price of Wego by Rs 2,000 to ? 50,165 for the standard version and ? 53,083 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for the disc model.
The TVS Sport 110 is now expensive by Rs 850 and now it costs Rs 39363 onwards. All Apache models have seen a price hike of Rs 500 while the Apache RR 310 is to cost Rs 8,000 more. It is now priced at Rs 2.23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
TVS has not changed the prices of Jupiter, Victor 110, Scooty Pep+ and Scooty Zest.
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