KTM & Husqvarna have revised their price list for the financial year 2020 and according to the new price list, the brand has hiked prices from INR 4,100 to INR 5,100 depending on the model. The brand has resumed operations in-line with the new relaxed lockdown rules, adhering to new guidelines mandated by the authorities and both the KTM and Husqvarna will start retailing their BS6 compliant motorcycles at KTM-Husqvarna dealerships, with permissions from the relevant authorities.
KTM’s entry-level motorcycle 125 Duke which was priced at INR 1,38,042 has been hiked to INR 1,42,265 that shows a price difference of INR 4,223 but its iteration the RC 125 sees a price hike of INR 4,352. This is not the first time the Duke 125 has seen the price hike and the bike is almost INR 25,000 more expensive as compared to it when it was launched back in 2018. The KTM 200 Duke and the RC 200 are the least affected by the price hike with their prices increasing by INR 4,096 bringing the 200 Duke’s price tag to INR 1.76,845 and the RC 200 with a new price of INR 2,00,864. The KTM Duke 250 is now INR 4,736 more expensive than before and is now priced at INR 2,05,312. The KTM 390 Duke which was earlier priced at INR 2,52,928 is now priced at INR 2,57,906 with a price difference of 4,978. The RC 390 and the 390 Adventure have been affected the most with a price hike of INR 5,109 meaning the RC 390 is now priced at INR 2,53,184 and the 390 Adventure is now priced at INR 3,04,110.
The Husqvarna Vitpilen and Svartpilen which were launched recently at the price of INR 1,80,032 have seen a price hike of INR 4,736 making their new price INR 1,84,768 which is still INR 20,500 less than the 250 Duke which shares its powertrain with both the Vitpilen and the Svartpilen which is a BS6 compliant 249cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve, DOHC engine that produces 30 PS of power and 24 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper-assist clutch.
The new price list is effective from 15th May 2020.