Honda increases bike prices for the sixth time during this year

Honda bike prices

Since the start of 2021, this is the sixth time that Atlas Honda has hiked the prices of its entire bike range, this time, by up to Rs 6,500.

Following in the footsteps of Yamaha, Honda Atlas has hiked the price of its motorcycle by Rs 6,500. The new price hike, which is for the sixth time since the start of 2021, has taken effect on October 1st, 2021, according to Honda dealers. 

This is the company’s second price hike in the last two months. For the past several months, both Honda and Yamaha have increased their motorcycle pricing on a regular basis. Both companies have given no explanation for the price increases.

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Following are the new Honda bike prices

The company’s most famous Honda CD70 has had a Rs 4,000 price hike from its previous price of Rs 86,900 to Rs 90,900. Then there’s the CD-70 Dream, which has also seen a Rs 4,000 price increase, now costing Rs 97,500 instead of Rs 93,500. 

Honda Pridor’s price has been increased by Rs 5,000, bringing it to Rs 125,500 from Rs 120,500. The company’s second most famous bike, the Honda CG-125, will now cost Rs 147,500, up from Rs 142,500 previously. 

The prices of highend Honda bikes have also been increased, the manufacturer raised the price of the Honda CG-125 SE bike by Rs 6,500, bringing it to Rs 177,000 from Rs 170,500 previously.

The next bike is the Honda CB-125F, which has also seen a price hike of Rs 6,500, and now costs Rs 212,000 instead of Rs 205,500.

The Honda CB-150F has also witnessed a price increase of Rs 6,500, with a new MSRP of Rs 267,000 compared to Rs 260,500 previously. 

Finally, the price of the Honda CB 15F SE has increased by Rs 6,500, and it will now cost a whopping Rs 271,000, up from Rs 264,500 previously.

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