KTM, Husqvarna hike prices in India

    Prices have been hiked by up to Rs 5,109 and are effective as of May 15.

    Published On May 16, 2020 02:16:00 PM


    KTM, Husqvarna hike prices in India

    KTM recently announced that it has restarted operations as well as multiple dealerships across the country, following the relaxation of the lockdown. This is effectively the first time that dealerships will be selling BS6 motorcycles after the norms came into play on April 1, 2020. Now, KTM, along with Husqvarna, has further increased the model prices across its portfolio. 

    The price hike ranges from Rs 4,096 on the 200 platform to Rs 5,109 on the 390 Adventure and RC 390. Prices for the most affordable KTM, the 125 Duke, have gone up by Rs 4,223 as well, and the bike now costs nearly Rs 25,000 more than what it did when it was launched in late 2018.

    The prices for the recently launched Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250 have increased, too, by Rs 4,736. 


       Old price (ex-showroom, Delhi)

       New price (ex-showroom, Delhi)


    Duke 125

       Rs 1,38,042 

       Rs 1,42,265

       Rs 4,223

    Duke 200

       Rs 1,72,749

       Rs 1,76,845

       Rs 4,096

    Duke 250

       Rs 2,00,576

       Rs 2,05,312

       Rs 4,736

    Duke 390

       Rs 2,52,928

       Rs 2,57,906

       Rs 4,978

    RC 125

       Rs 1,55,277

       Rs 1,59,629

       Rs 4,352

    RC 200

       Rs 1,96,768

       Rs 2,00,864 

       Rs 4,096

    RC 390

       Rs 2,48,075

       Rs 2,53,184

       Rs 5,109 

    390 Adventure

       Rs 2,99,001

       Rs 3,04,110

       Rs 5,109

    Svartpilen 250

       Rs 1,80,032

       Rs 1,84,768

       Rs 4,736

    Vitpilen 250

       Rs 1,80,032 

       Rs 1,84,768 

       Rs 4,736




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