Monday, October 25, 2021

Honda Increases Motorcycles Prices for 6th Time in 2021

Atlas Honda has decided to announce an increase in bike prices for the sixth time this year. The prices have been increased by up to Rs. 6,500 and are reportedly set to take effect from October 1, 2021.

New Honda Bike Prices

The following are the new prices of all Atlas Honda motorcycles:

BikesOld Price (Rs.)Revised Price (Rs.)Price Increase (Rs.)
CD 7086,90090,9004,000
CD  70 Dream93,50097,5004,000
Honda Pridor120,500125,5005,000
CG 125142,500147,5005,000
CG 125 SE170,500177,0006,500
CB 125 F205,500212,0006,500
CB 150 F260,500267,0006,500
CB 150 F SE264,500271,0006,500

This is the second price increase by the company in the last two months. Both Honda and Yamaha have been increasing their bike prices for the last many months repeatedly. Both companies have not presented any reason for these hikes. Although the government has not announced any benefits for bikes, unlike cars, we still think it is not justified that these two leading bike companies are increasing the prices, again and again.

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