Kawasaki has hiked prices of seven of its motorcycles in India, with the Z900’s prices increasing the least at Rs 9,000 and the Z H2 SE receiving the maximum hike at Rs 27,000. The reason for these price hikes is rising input costs for the company and its a common practice for manufacturers to hike prices in the new calendar year.
Kawasaki bikes prices hiked: details
At Rs 9,000, the Z900 has received the smallest price hike amongst all bikes here and now costs Rs 9.02 lakh. The Kawasaki Ninja 1000 SX litre-class sports-tourer has also gotten dearer by Rs 12,000, and costs Rs 12.10 lakh. The Kawasaki Ninja 400 costs Rs 5.14 lakh after a price hike of Rs 15,000.
By far the most affordable thoroughbred litre-class sportbike on the market, the ZX-10R has also had a price hike of Rs 16,000, with it now costing Rs 16.15 lakh. Next up is the Kawasaki Versys 650 that has had a price hike of Rs 18,000 and costs Rs 7.54 lakh.
The Z H2 and Z H2 SE supercharged litre-class naked bikes have also seen a revision to their prices with the former becoming more expensive by Rs 23,000 and the latter by Rs 27,000. The Z H2 is now priced at Rs 23.02 lakh while the Z H2 SE commands Rs 27.22 lakh.
All prices mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi.
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