Indian companies Bajaj and Honda have increased the price of motor bikes sold in Nepal. As soon as Lockdown opened, motorcycle companies began increasing the price of bikes.
Apart from these, other motorbike companies are also preparing to increase prices at the beginning of the next fiscal year. The price hike is due to the increase in the price of raw materials required for making motorcycles in the international market. Similarly, the price of two-wheelers has gone up due to Covid 19 in the last two years. Below you can see the list of motorbikes models and increased price range.
Latest Price of Bajaj Bikes
Bajaj has recently increased the price of bikes from Rs 2,000 to Rs 5,000. Among them, the price of NS 200 FI ABS, the most popular motorcycle in Nepal, has gone up by nearly Rs 4,000.
Earlier the price of this bike was 3 lakh 87 thousand 999 but now it has reached 3 lakh 81 thousand 999. Similarly, the price of NS 200 ABS has been increased from 352,900 to 355,900. The price of Pulsar 150 TD and Pulsar 150 has been kept unchanged.
The Pulsar 220F has gone up from Rs 350,000 to Rs 352,900, while the Dominar 400 has gone up from Rs 578,000 to Rs 582,000 and the Dominar 250 from Rs 503,000 to Rs 507,000, according to the company.
Latest Price of Honda Bikes
Similarly, Honda has increased the price of motor bikes by up to Rs 5,000. The company has increased the price of Honda Shine and Unicorn by Rs 4,000. Similarly, the company has priced CB Shine DSS at Rs 2,29,900, Shine SP-DRS at Rs 2,39,900, Shine SP-DSS at Rs 2,49,900 and CB Unicorn STD at Rs 2,69,900. Honda has increased the price of CB Shine DRS by Rs 5,000.
The price of Honda’s scooter Dio and Aviator has increased by Rs 3,000. Now, customers have to pay Rs 219,900 for Dio and Rs 222,900 for Aviator. The standard variant of Honda Grazia is priced at Rs 224,900 and the deluxe variant is priced at Rs 247,900, according to the company.