Honda has increased the prices of some models in its motorcycle and scooter lineup, check latest prices
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The OR price hike is effective from April 2022 and has been subject to a price hike of Rs 741 to Rs 1,371 depending on the model. In March 2022, HMSI was the second largest selling two wheeler manufacturer after Hero Motocorp.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt Ltd (HMSI) has announced a price hike across its lineup in the domestic market. The company has attributed one of the reasons for this to the increasing input cost and fuel prices. The new price hike is effective from April 2022 and has been priced from Rs 741 to Rs 1,371 depending on the model. Hero MotoCorp in March 2022 (Hero Motocorp) After HMSI was the second largest selling two wheeler manufacturer. Sales in the previous month stood at 3,09,549 units, registering a year-on-year decline of 21.64 per cent as compared to 3,95,037 units sold in March 2021. Honda Activa contributed efficiently to these sales with the CB Shine. Honda Activa (Honda Activa) Prices Starting from April 2022 Honda Activa 6G and Activa 125, Activa 6G range is now available for Rs.71,432.
At the same time, the price of Activa 125 has now started from Rs 74,989. Activa 6G Standard, which was earlier priced at Rs 70,599, is now Rs 71,432, which is a difference of Rs 833 or 1.187 per cent. The price of Honda Activa 6G Deluxe has now increased from Rs 73,177 to Rs 72,345, while the price of Activa 125 drum has increased by Rs 741 to Rs 74,898. The Honda Activa 125 drum alloy is now being sold at a higher price tag of Rs 78,657, while the disc version is priced at Rs 82,162, an increase of Rs 822 from the earlier price of Rs 81,280.
Check here the latest prices of Honda Activa and motorcycles
There are also Activa 125 LE Drum and LE Disc variants which are now priced at Rs 79,657 and Rs 83,162 respectively. Activa 6G comes in 6 color options. While 5 colors are being offered on the Activa 125. Honda also filed a patent for a new scooter named Scoopy.
Honda Shine, SP 125, Livo, and CD110 Dream With effect from April 2022, the prices of Honda Shine, SP 125, Livo and CD110 Dream have also been hiked. The CD 110 Dream Deluxe is now priced at Rs 69,251, an increase of Rs 764 or 1.12 per cent from the earlier price of Rs 68,487. The price of Honda Livo Drum variant has increased by Rs 764 to Rs 73,938, while the Disc variant has now gone up to Rs 77,938 as against Rs 77,174 earlier.
The Honda Shine Drum has received a price hike of Rs 1,371 or 1.83 per cent, which is the higher price value for April 2022. The earlier price has been increased by Rs 74,943 to Rs 76,314, while the disc version has gone up by Rs 971 to Rs 80,314, which is Rs 79,343. The price of Honda SP125 drum and disc variants has also been increased by Rs 820 and Rs 819 to Rs 81,407 and Rs 85,407. At the same time, Honda has cut the price of its Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade by Rs 10 lakh.
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