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All Suzuki Two-wheelers Get Nominal Price Hikes


You will barely feel the pocket-pinch

With January 2021 drawing to a close, we hope that Suzuki is the last of the two-wheeler manufacturers to increase the asking price of its offerings, at least for a while. The Japanese brand has increased the prices across all its products, albeit by a negligible margin. 

Model

New Prices

Old Prices

Price Difference

Access 125

Rs 70,686 - Rs 78,786

Rs 70,500 - Rs 78,600

Rs 186

Burgman Street 125

Rs 81,286 - Rs 84,786

Rs 81,100 - Rs 84,600

Rs 186

Gixxer

Rs 1,14,687

Rs 1,14,500

Rs 187

Gixxer SF

Rs 1,25,156

Rs 1,24,970

Rs 186

Intruder

Rs 1,22,327

Rs 1,22,141

Rs 186

Gixxer 250

Rs 1,65,627

Rs 1,65,441

Rs 186

Gixxer SF 250

Rs 1,76,326 - Rs 1,77,127

Rs 1,76,140 - Rs 1,76,941

Rs 186

Paying Rs 186 extra for your new Suzuki should hardly be a problem. In fact, the price premium is the least we have seen in recent times.

This should bode well for the Access 125 and Burgman Street 125. Towards the end of 2020, Suzuki had launched Bluetooth-enabled smartphone connectivity modules for both scooters. The Access 125 has been doing well in the sales charts. Its sportier sibling, however, turned out to be the most fun and practical 125cc scooter that one can buy in India.

In the sub-160cc sporty-commuter-motorcycle space, the Gixxer has taken a bit of a beating due to the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and the Hero Xtreme 160R. The Gixxer still remains pricey, with the homegrown brands stepping up their game. Hero recently clocked 100 million two-wheelers produced; the 100 millionth model was the Xtreme 160R. It has now got a flashy new paint scheme that will surely entice buyers in this space.

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