Suzuki, like Honda and Yamaha, has raised the price of their motorcycles. The higher prices will take effect on August 1st, 2021, according to a corporate announcement. The charges have been raised by Rs5,000.
The corporation expressed its gratitude for daily efforts to promote Suzuki product sales and services.
New Bike Prices
The company has hiked the price of Suzuki GD110S by Rs5,000, taking the rate to Rs186,000 from Rs181,000. Then comes GS150, and its new price is Rs202,000 against the previous rate of Rs197,000, meaning it also saw a jump of Rs5,000.
The third bike is GS150SE which also observe an increase of Rs5,000, taking its price to Rs219,000 from Rs214,000. Last but not least, after an increase of Rs5,000, the new price of GR150 is Rs295,000 against its previous cost of Rs290,000.
Earlier in February 2021, the company had increased the prices of its bike. According to a notification by the company, the rates were increased up to Rs4,000.
The notification stated that Suzuki increased the prices of three bikes. After the raise, Suzuki GS 150 started to cost Rs197,000 against its old price of Rs193,000, meaning the bike saw a jump of Rs4,000. Meanwhile, Suzuki GS 150 SE also saw an increase of Rs4,000, taking its price to Rs214,000, comparing to its last rate of Rs210,000.
Lastly, after a hike of Rs3,000, Suzuki GR 150’s revised price was Rs290,000 compared to its old rate of Rs287,000.
It is pertinent to mention that Honda and Yamaha had increased the bike prices last month. These companies have not mentioned the reason for these price hikes.