Top 5 Bike News Of The Week: Price Hikes, Delays & New Models Incoming

All the noteworthy happenings from the last 7 days


With lockdown restrictions being gradually eased across the nation, bike news is picking up again. Unfortunately, it’s not the sort of news we want to be receiving, because this week was full of price hikes and launch delays. Here are all the important happenings.

Various Manufacturers Hike Prices


It’s been a week full of price hikes. Yamaha kicked things off by hiking prices across almost its entire range, and you can check that out here. Then it was Bajaj, who upped prices for everything from its CT and Platina commuters to the Pulsar lineup to its Avenger and Dominar flagship. Royal Enfield rounded things off with hikes to all its single-cylinder models: the Himalayan, Classic and Bullet ranges.

Aprilia SXR 125 Launch Delayed

Aprilia SXR 125 India Launch Delayed

Piaggio CEO and MD Diego Graffi revealed to ZigWheels that the SXR 160 would be with us by October this year. Unfortunately, its smaller cousin, the SXR 125, is running slightly behind schedule. To know when it will be launched and how much it’s likely to cost, head here.

Royal Enfield Offers Benefits Of Rs 10,000!

Royal Enfield Offers

Though they have increased prices, RE is giving you a rebate in the form of benefits worth Rs 10,000. If you’re looking for a new Enfield and you’d like to save some cash, head here to find out how you can avail this offer.

TVS Ronin Name Trademarked

TVS has gone ahead and trademarked the name Ronin. What could this be? A new cruiser, a naked RR 310 or maybe even an adventure bike from TVS? Head here to find out what we think.

Is Ducati Now Doing Scooters?

Ducati has teamed up with a company called MT Distribution to find solutions for urban mobility. The end result is these e-scooters you see here. There are more products planned too, including things like folding electric bikes. Full details are available here.

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  • Edrion
    Edrion | 1 week ago Can we expect RE prices to go down anytime soon? 0 Reply

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