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Kawasaki to extend costs by as much as Rs 23,000 | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

Printed On Dec 23, 2021 01:33:00 PM

The Kawasaki Z650 and Vulcan 650 received’t be receiving a worth hike.

Kawasaki has taken to social media to announce that it’s going to enhance the costs of its motorbike in India from January 1. This leaves patrons with round per week to get the bikes at present costs.

  • Ninja 300 to price Rs 6,000 extra

  • ZX-10R to get dearer by Rs 23,000

  • Bikes out there at previous costs until January 1

The most recent worth hike comes only some months after Kawasaki raised the costs of most of its fashions from August 1. Each providing from Kawasaki’s road-legal vary, aside from the Ninja 300, Z H2 and Z H2 SE, witnessed a worth hike. 

The upcoming worth hike, in the meantime, consists of each bike from Kawasaki’s road-legal vary aside from the Z650, Vulcan 650, Z H2 and Z H2 SE. The ex-showroom worth for Kawasaki’s most reasonably priced mannequin in India, the Ninja 300, is ready to extend by Rs 6,000, taking it to Rs 3.24 lakh. The value for the corporate’s litre-class supersport, alternatively, is ready to go up by Rs 23,000.

Whereas the explanation for the value hike hasn’t been revealed, it is possible resulting from a rise in uncooked materials prices. Kawasaki has additionally mentioned, “If prospects booked the motorbike on or earlier than December 31, and take supply inside 45 days from the date of reserving, then the ex-showroom worth as on December 31 can be relevant.”

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