KTM 390 Duke, Husqvarna 250 twins get more expensive

    The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 and Svartpilen 250 see the largest jump in price of Rs 7,130.

    Published On May 12, 2022 07:00:00 AM


    KTM 390 Duke, Husqvarna 250 twins get more expensive
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    KTM and Husqvarna are the latest manufacturers to increase prices of their product line-ups this month. In recent weeks, two-wheeler manufacturers like TVS, Royal EnfieldBajaj and Yamaha have all announced price hikes. Rising input costs due to the ongoing semiconductor crisis is believed to be a major reason. 

    KTM price hike for May 2022

    The Austrian manufacturer has hiked prices across its range of street naked, adventure and supersport motorcycles. At Rs 2.42 lakh, KTM’s 250 Adventure now costs Rs 6,304 more. 

    As far as its racetrack-oriented supersport motorcycles go, the RC 125 is now dearer by Rs 4,982 and starts at Rs 1.87 lakh, while the larger capacity RC 200, at Rs 2.13 lakh, has gone up by Rs 4,544. 

    However, it is the 390 Duke that sees the largest jump at Rs 6,419. The street naked now costs Rs 2.94 lakh. The Duke 250 too is now more expensive by Rs 6,272, which sees its price tag swell up to Rs 2.35 lakh. The smallest offerings in the Duke line-up, the 125 and 200, also see an increment of Rs 5,312 and Rs 4,544, respectively. The Duke 125 now costs Rs 1.76 lakh, while the Duke 200, 1.90 lakh. 

    Recently, KTM launched the updated 390 Adventure at Rs 3.35 lakh. The brand’s upcoming RC 390 was also revealed on its website before the official launch, but it was taken down shortly after. 

    Husqvarna price hike for May 2022

    Meanwhile, Swedish manufacturer Husqvarna has also hiked prices across its range. The Husqvarna 250 twins, Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250, both see a hike of Rs 7,130, and are priced at Rs 2.18 lakh and Rs 2.17 lakh, respectively.  

    All prices are ex-showroom, Delhi


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