TVS hikes prices across model range

By autoX Editorial | on June 4, 2020 Follow us on Autox Google News

From the entry-level Scooty Pep+ to their flagship scooter, the Ntorq, TVS has revised the prices of some of its models. The increase in price ranges from Rs 800 for the Scooty Pep+ to Rs 3,500 for the Apache RTR 160 with the disc option

TVS has updated the prices of almost all their models on the official website. From the entry-level Scooty Pep+ to the flagship naked motorcycle, the Apache RTR 200 4V, prices of most models have been revised. All prices given below are ex-showroom Delhi.

The Hosur-based bike maker brought in the BS6 Scooty Pep+ in April at a starting price of Rs 51,754. At the time, the Babelicious and Matte Edition were priced at Rs 52,954. Just two months into the launch, the price of the Scooty Pep+ has been hiked by Rs 800. The base-spec variant now demands Rs 52,554 while the other two trims demand Rs 53,754.

TVS upgraded the Sport to meet the BS6 norms in April. The motorcycle was priced it at Rs 51,750 for the kick start and Rs 58,925 for the self-start option. Hiking the price by Rs 750, the Sport now demands Rs 52,500 and Rs 59,675 respectively.

It isn’t just the entry-level offerings that have endured a price hike. TVS’ most popular scooter, the Jupiter too now demands a little over Rs 600 more than before. The standard trim of the Jupiter is now priced at Rs 62,062 while the top-end Jupiter Classic carries a sticker price of Rs 68,562.

Tvs Apache Rtr 200 4v Bs6 Launched

Just two weeks before the BS6 norms came into effect, TVS brought in the Ntorq at a starting price of Rs 65,975 for the base trim. The price of the 125cc offering has now been revised to Rs 66,885 for the base – Rs 910 more than before. The Disc brake variant and the Race Edition are now priced at Rs 70,885 and Rs 73,365 respectively.

You will need to shell out a more for the Apache RTR 160 and the RTR 200 too. The former is now priced at Rs 1,02,950 for the drum variant and Rs 1,06,000 for the one with the disc brake – Rs 3,000 more than its original launch price in November 2019. Moving on to the flagship naked offering, the RTR 200, it is now pricier by Rs 3,500. Interestingly, the pricing of the Apache RR310 remains unchanged so far. It was updated to BS6 in January and priced at Rs 2.40 lakh.

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