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Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) already has a reputation for being priced a little higher than its competitors. Now, HMSI has yet again hiked the prices of its two-wheelers in the country.
That being said, Honda Motorcycles have not hiked the prices of all its products in the country. A few models are continued to be sold at existing prices. However, we are not sure if the company would hike prices for these models in the immediate future.
In terms of price hike percentage, it is the Hinda CB200X motorcycle that received the highest price hike at 13.32 per cent. This motorcycle was priced at Rs 1,30,195 (ex-showroom, India), but now the prices for the Honda CB200X have been hiked by Rs 17,340. This means the Honda CB200X motorcycle is now priced at an eye-watering Rs 1,47,535 (ex-showroom, India).
However, to our surprise, the Honda CB200X is not an in-demand motorcycle and its sales performance is barely average. With the new price, we expect this model to further take a hit in terms of MoM sales performance.
|Dio Sports Drum||₹68,317||-|
|Dio Sports DLX||₹73,317||-|
|Activa 6G STD||₹72,400||₹71,432|
|Activa 6G DLX||₹74,400||₹73,177|
|Activa Premium Deluxe||₹75,400||-|
|Activa 125 Drum||₹76,025||₹74,898|
|Activa 125 Alloy||₹79,693||₹78,567|
|Activa 125 Disc||₹83,198||₹82,162|
|Grazia 125 Drum||₹81,211||₹74,815|
|Grazia 125 Disc||₹88,536||₹82,140|
On the other hand, the Honda Dio received the hight price hike in terms of percentage and HMSI hiked the prices of the Honda Dio scooter by almost 9 per cent. With the new pricing, the Honda Dio scooter costs Rs 67,817 (ex-showroom, India). Older pricing for the Honda Dio scooter stands at Rs 62,229 (ex-showroom, India).
|CD110 Dream DLX||₹70,315||₹69,251|
|CB Shine Drum||₹77,378||₹76,314|
|CB Shine Disc||₹81,378||₹80,314|
|CB 350 DLX||₹1,98,179||₹1,86,500|
|CB 350 DLX Pro||₹2,03,179||₹1,92,500|
|CB 350 Anniversary Edition||₹2,05,679||-|
|CB350 RS Mono||₹2,03,179||-|
|CB350 RS Dual||₹2,03,808||-|
In contrast, despite the Honda Activa scooter being the best-selling model for HMSI in the country, prices for the Honda Activa 6G scooter have been hiked by just 1.36 per cent for the standard variant and 1.67 per cent for the Deluxe variant.
With the new prices in place, the Honda Activa 6G STD is priced at Rs 72,400 (ex-showroom, India), whereas the more premium Honda Activa 6G DLX is priced at Rs 74,400 (ex-showroom, India).
However, the least price hike among the scooters was received by the Honda Activa 125 scooter with disc brake. This variant received a price hike of Rs 1.26 per cent. Earlier, this model was priced at Rs 82,162 (ex-showroom, India). With the price hike in place, the Honda Activa 125 Disc is priced at Rs 83,192 (ex-showroom, India).
On the motorcycle front, the Honda SP125 motorcycle received the least price hike in terms of percentage at 1.26 per cent. With the new prices, the Honda SP125 (Disc variant) motorcycle costs Rs 86,486 (ex-showroom, India).
Thoughts About Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Price Hike
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India already have a solid reputation for the prices of its products in India. Now with the new prices, Honda two-wheelers are even pricier. However, Honda has not made a major price hike for its better-selling models in the country.