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Most manufactures are getting back on track after resuming their production and retail operations across select cities in the country. We only saw a few products getting launched with an updated engine.
Brands are now increasing the pricing of its two-wheeler that were recently updated to meet BS6 standards by a small margin. While the TVS XL 100 becomes more desirable with a new finance offer introduced by the company.
Honda CD 110 Dream BS6 Launched In India
Honda CD 110 Dream commuter motorcycle has been launched in the Indian market. Prices for the newly launched BS6 motorcycle starts at Rs 62,729, ex-showroom (Ahmedabad). This makes the BS6 motorcycle Rs 12,000
The CD 110 Dream is offered in two variants: Standard and Deluxe. Both the variants now features a host of updates over the BS4 model. The CD 110 Dream is powered by the same engine that is now updated to meet BS6 standards — here are more details.
TVS XL 100 New EMI Scheme
TVS Motor Company introduced a new financial scheme on its most affordable two-wheeler, the XL 100. The new finance scheme called the ‘Buy Now Pay After Six Months' makes owning the two-wheeler even easier.
As the name of the scheme suggests, customers looking to buy the XL 100 can opt for a unique finance scheme. Buyers will start to pay the EMIs only after six months from the date of purchase — here are more details.
Bajaj-Triumph Motorcycle To Be Introduced by 2022
Bajaj Auto Limited and Triumph Motorcycles announced a strategic partnership between both brands back in 2017. Both brands have formally signed a non-equity global partnership to manufacture a new range of mid-capacity motorcycles in the country.
According to the singed agreement, Bajaj and Triumph aims to develop a range of new motorcycles ranging between 200cc to 700cc segment albeit manufactured by Bajaj and designed by Triumph. The latest reports from the progress about the partnership reveal that the launch plans have been unaffected due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic — here are more details.
Suzuki Access 125 & Burgman Street BS6 Scooters Prices Increased
Suzuki has announced a marginal price increase of the Access 125 and the Burgman Street 125 BS6 scooters in the Indian market. Both scooter were recently updated by the company and this will be a second price increase from the brand.
The entry-level Access 125 trim is now priced at Rs 68,000, while the Burgman Street 125 is only available in a single trim and now retails for Rs 79,700. All prices mentioned are ex-showroom (Delhi) — here are more details.
TVS Ntorq 125 & Jupiter BS6 Scooters Prices Increased
The Hour based two-wheeler manufacturer has recently announced a price increase on the Ntorq 125 and the Jupiter BS6 scooters in the Indian market. The price increase is only marginal and has been announced across all variants of both the models. The price for the TVS Ntorq has been increased by Rs 910 and now retails at a starting price of Rs 66,885, ex-showroom (Delhi) — here are more details.
The Jupiter BS6 scooter is available in three variants: Standard, ZX and Classic. Prices for the Standard and ZX variants have been increased by around Rs 613, while the top-of-the-line Classic trim has been increased by Rs 651 — here are more details.
Thoughts About The Top Bike News Of This Week
We are now noticing more manufacturers increasing the prices of its BS6 products in the Indian market. Which only means that prices announced during the launch were some sort of introductory pricing. Also, the popularity of premium motorcycle is increasing in the Indian market and as a result, we are now seeing more brands entering the segment.