Husqvarna and KTM India has increased prices of almost all their motorcycles in Dec 2020 – Here are the new prices
Motorcycle enthusiasts planning to buy their favourite KTM or Husqvarna will have to shell out more, as prices have been hiked across range. Prices have been increased in the range of Rs 1,279 to Rs 8,517.
KTM motorcycles new prices
125 Duke – Updated KTM Duke 125 was launched yesterday. It is priced Rs 1.5 lakhs – Rs 8k more than older Duke 125.
RC 125 – New price is Rs 1,61,100, which is Rs 1,279 more than the earlier price of Rs 1,59,821.
200 Duke – Price has been increased by Rs 1,923, from Rs 1,77,037 to Rs 1,78,960.
250 Duke – Users need to pay Rs 4,738 more, with price increased from Rs 2,09,472 to Rs 2,14,210.
390 Duke – This one has the max price hike of Rs 8,517, up from Rs 2,58,103 to Rs 2,66,620.
RC 390 – Updated price is Rs 2,56,920, which is Rs 3,539 more than the earlier price of Rs 2,53,381.
390 Adventure – The costliest KTM in India, 390 Adventure price has been increased to Rs 3,05,880. That’s Rs 1,442 more, as compared to the earlier price of Rs 3,04,438.
KTM bikes not covered in this round of price hike include 250 Adventure and 2021 KTM 125 Duke. Expect price of 250 Adventure as well as 125 Duke to be increased next month, as both motorcycles have been launched with introductory pricing.
Husqvarna motorcycles new prices
For the domestic market, Husqvarna currently has Svartpilen 250 and Vitpilen 250. While the former is an urban tourer, the latter is a cafe racer. Updated price for both motorcycles is Rs 1,86,750, which is Rs 1,790 more than the earlier price of Rs 1,84,960.
Husqvarna also manufactures 200 and 401 variants of Svartpilen and Vitpilen in India at Bajaj Auto’s production facility in Chakan near Pune. However, these are currently only manufactured for export purposes. While launch of 200 variants is uncertain, Husqvarna is expected to launch Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 in India early next year.
Svartpilen 401 and Vitpilen 401 will have the same 373.2 cc single-cylinder DOHC engine, as that of 390 Duke. It is capable of producing 44 ps of max power and 37.5 Nm of max torque. This is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Several of the functional components such as USD front forks, rear mono shock absorber, trellis frame, and braking system is also expected to be borrowed from 390 Duke.
250 Adventure was launched in November as the entry level ADV motorcycle in the company’s line-up. It was launched at a starting price of Rs 2,48,256, which at that time was around 40k more than 250 Duke. Engine is the same as 250 Duke, a 248.8 cc unit that churns out 29.6 hp at 9,000 rpm and 24 Nm at 7,000 rpm. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox.
Talking about 2021 KTM 125 Duke, the updated bike comes with a range of cosmetic and functional updates. It has been launched at an introductory price of Rs 1.5 lakh, which is around Rs 8k more than the earlier model. New 125 Duke follows KTM’s new design philosophy, which is evident in updated body panels, headlight, fuel tank and instrument console. Functional updates include a larger fuel tank and an ultra-lightweight trellis frame and sub frame.