TVS hikes the prices of these sports bike models in India

TVS hikes the prices of these sports bike models in India

TVS Motor Company has hiked the prices of some of its bike models in India. The price hike has been implemented from June (this month) as a result of increasing raw material costs for production. TVS has hiked the prices for Apache as well as Raider. The price hike includes all models of TVS Apache (RTR 160 2V, RTR 1604V, 180, 200 4V, 310).

The TV Raider (disc) gets a price hike of Rs 1900 over its existing price. However, the price hike for the Apache varies between Rs 1200 and Rs 5010 over the respective existing prices.

The details about the June 2022 price hike have been mentioned below.

  Model and variant          New Price         Old Price   Difference
Raider Disc 90,989 89,089 1,900
RTR 160 2V (Drum) 1,12,940 1,11,740 1200
RTR 160 2V (Disc) 1,15,940 1,14,740 1200
RTR 160 4V (Drum) 1,20,728 1,19,378 1350
RTR 160 4V (Disc) 1,22,835 1,21,485 1350
RTR 160 4V (Bluetooth) 1,25,551 1,24,201 1350
RTR 160 4V Special Edition 1,26,925 1,25,575 1350
RTR 180 1,19,890 1,18,690 1200
RTR 200 4V Single ABS 1,39,690 1,38,190 1500
RTR 200 4V Dual ABS 1,44,740 1,43,240 1500
Apache 310 2,65,000 2,59,990 5010


The prices of other TVS bikes like Sport, Star City Plus, Radeon and Raider Drum variant do not get a price hike. Similarly, the TVS scooter models like Scooty Pep, Scooty Zest, Jupiter, Jupiter 125 and Ntorq do not receive a price hike. On the other hand, the prices for TVS’s electric scooter iQube have declined by Rs 1647 in the month of June 2022.

In another development, BMW is launching its latest sports bike based on Apache 310 very soon in India. The new bike by BMW has been named as G310 RR and the company has started pre-launch bookings for the upcoming bike too.

Note: The prices mentioned in the article are that of ex-showroom New Delhi.

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