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KTM 390 Duke, Husqvarna 250 twins get dearer | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 and Svartpilen 250 see the biggest bounce in worth of Rs 7,130.

KTM and Husqvarna are the newest producers to extend costs of their product line-ups this month. In current weeks, two-wheeler producers like TVS, Royal EnfieldBajaj and Yamaha have all introduced worth hikes. Rising enter prices because of the ongoing semiconductor disaster is believed to be a significant motive. 

KTM worth hike for Might 2022

The Austrian producer has hiked costs throughout its vary of road bare, journey and supersport bikes. At Rs 2.42 lakh, KTM’s 250 Journey now prices Rs 6,304 extra. 

So far as its racetrack-oriented supersport bikes go, the RC 125 is now dearer by Rs 4,982 and begins at Rs 1.87 lakh, whereas the bigger capability RC 200, at Rs 2.13 lakh, has gone up by Rs 4,544. 

Nonetheless, it’s the 390 Duke that sees the biggest bounce at Rs 6,419. The road bare now prices Rs 2.94 lakh. The Duke 250 too is now dearer by Rs 6,272, which sees its price ticket swell as much as Rs 2.35 lakh. The smallest choices within the Duke line-up, the 125 and 200, additionally see an increment of Rs 5,312 and Rs 4,544, respectively. The Duke 125 now prices Rs 1.76 lakh, whereas the Duke 200, 1.90 lakh. 

Not too long ago, KTM launched the up to date 390 Journey at Rs 3.35 lakh. The model’s upcoming RC 390 was additionally revealed on its web site earlier than the official launch, but it surely was taken down shortly after. 

Husqvarna worth hike for Might 2022

In the meantime, Swedish producer Husqvarna has additionally hiked costs throughout its vary. The Husqvarna 250 twins, Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250, each see a hike of Rs 7,130, and are priced at Rs 2.18 lakh and Rs 2.17 lakh, respectively.  

All costs are ex-showroom, Delhi

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