Atlas Honda has taken a U-Turn and notified of an increase in motorcycle prices by up to Rs. 5,000 depending on the model starting 21 July 2021. It is pertinent to mention that Honda denied increasing the price of its motorbikes earlier this month and completely rejected a circular in this regard that was going viral on social media.
It seems that Atlas Honda wanted to wait until other players in the motorcycle business increased their prices as loyal customers started calling out the company for the hike prices for the sixth time this year. These manufacturers have made it a habit to increase their prices like clockwork every month.
The price of Honda CD 70 has been increased by Rs. 2,400 bringing the new rate at Rs. 86,900 from the previous price of Rs. 84,500. Similarly, the company has increased the price of CD 70 Dream by Rs. 3,000 bringing the price of the motorbike from Rs. 90,500 to Rs. 93,500.
Moreover, the price of Honda Pridor has been increased by Rs. 3,000 from the previous price of Rs. 117,500 to the new rate of Rs. 120,500. The price of Honda CG 125 has also seen a rise of Rs. 3,000 from the previous rate of Rs. 139,500 to the new price of Rs. 142,500. Furthermore, the price of Honda CG 125S has been increased to Rs. 170,500 from Rs. 167,500 after an increase of Rs. 3,000.
There has been an increase of Rs. 5,000 in the price of Honda CB 125F bringing the new rate at Rs. 205,500 from the previous price of Rs. 200,500. The company has also increased the price of Honda CB 150F by Rs. 5,000 and brought the new price at Rs. 260,500 (Red/Black) and Rs. 264,500 (Silver) from the previous rates of Rs. 255,500 and Rs. 259,500 respectively.
Latest Atlas Honda Motorcycles Prices
Honda CD 70
Honda CD 70 Dream
Honda Pridor 100
Honda CG 125
Honda CG 125S-SE
Honda CB 125F
Honda CB 150F
Honda CB 150F
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