Yamaha has announced its third price hike for 2022, with no explanation as to why the increase in motorbike models prices was necessary, and as a result, customers will be dissatisfied.
From June 3rd, 2022, new bike prices will be in effect.
New Bike Prices by the company
The price of the Yamaha YB125Z (Red/Black) has increased by Rs. 21,000, and it now costs Rs. 231,500, up from Rs. 210,500 previously.
The new pricing of the Yamaha YB125Z-DX (Red/Blue/Black) is Rs. 248,500. The price has gone up by Rs. 22,500.
The third bike is the Yamaha YBR 125 (Red/Blue/Black), which has seen a price hike of Rs. 23,000, bringing the new price to Rs. 255,000, up from Rs. 232,000 previously.
Meanwhile, the revised pricing of the YBR125G (Red/Black) is Rs. 265,500, up from Rs. 242,000 previously. In other words, the price has increased by Rs. 23000.
The Yamaha YBR125G (Matt Dark Gray) has a new price of Rs. 268,500, which is higher than the previous price of Rs. 245,000. As a result, you must pay an additional Rs. 23,500 – due to new tariffs.
No Reason for Hike in Prices by Yamaha
The manufacturer has not enlightened its customers of any explanation for this rate increase. However, this price increase has once again been blamed on rupee depreciation and a soaring dollar rate
Meanwhile the Pakistani bike sector is 90 percent localized, according to a recent report by the Ministry of Industries and Production (MoIP). The majority of the bike’s parts are made in the country. If that’s the case, these bike makers have no reason to shock customers with price increases.
Apart from this, the government made a committee to examine the increase in automobiles rates in relevance with dollar. However, where is that panel? And what have they done up till now is a multi-dollar question.