Bajaj and Honda Bikes Hike Their Prices; Yamaha and TVS Close By

The prices of Honda and Bajaj bikes have gone up in the Nepali market after the Nishedhagya was lifted. The two companies have already increased their prices in the last few days. According to the official sellers of the company in Nepal, the price of these bikes is increasing even in India and the price of these bikes has been adjusted for various reasons.

Usually, the price of these bikes has gone up by around Rs 3,000. The price of Yamaha bikes and scooters is also increasing, bringing a scheme with discounts of up to Rs 8,000. Most of the companies are raising prices around the beginning of the financial year.

The official distributors of the two companies have indicated that the price of TVS and Yamaha bikes will increase in the Nepali market after July. TVS has recently launched a scheme called ‘Saath Cha Hamro’

On the occasion of unveiling the scheme, Jagdamba Motors, the official distributor of TVS for Nepal, has indicated that the prices of both motorcycles and scooters are likely to go up in the near future due to the start of the new fiscal year and increase in the tax system.

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Amidst the uncomfortable situation and frustration, TVS came up with the plan ‘Saath Cha Hamro’ The company says that the plan is very attractive to the customers as it is the last chance to buy new vehicles at old and cheap prices.

TVS Saath Xa Hamro Offer (Credit: TVS Nepal)

Due to this, the price of TVS bikes and scooters can be estimated to increase after the summer. Similarly, MAW Enterprises, the official distributor of Yamaha for Nepal, has come up with an offer called ‘Stay ahead of the price hike with double savings’.

Yamaha is also likely to increase the price of bikes and scooters in the Nepali market from next July. Earlier, he said that he had brought the opportunity to buy Yamaha bikes and scooters at low prices with discounts. Other bike and scooter brands are also likely to increase prices in the Nepali market.

So for those who want to buy a new bike or scooter, the month of July can be estimated to be the best option.

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Atif Abidi
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