Atlas Honda has decided to increase the prices of motorcycles for the fourth consecutive month in view of rising inflation.
Dealers have been informed by the company that the prices of all models of motorcycles of the company are being changed according to which the price of CD70 is being increased by Rs. 3600, CD Dream by Rs. 4000 and Prider by Rs. 5000. ۔
After the price hike, the price of CD70 which is currently Rs. 12900 will be Rs. 16500 from June 1.
Similarly, it has been decided to increase the price of CD70 Dream to Rs. 113,500 which was Rs.
According to the new prices, the price of Prider will also increase from Rs. 139,900 to Rs. 144,900.
The price of CG 125 will also increase by Rs 5,000 to Rs 1,68,500, the price of CG 125S will also increase by Rs 5,000 to Rs 1,98,500 and the price of CB 125F will increase to Rs 253,900.
The price of CB150F will increase from Rs. 389,900 and CB150F Silver by an increase of Rs.
It is to be noted that Honda Company has been continuously increasing the prices of motorcycles since the beginning of this year, under which the price increase on June 1 will be the fourth increase.
Prices are also being raised by other companies and from next month, along with Honda, other companies are also raising prices.
Among other companies, Pak Star Automobile (high speed) has also decided to increase the prices of all models of 100 cc and 150 cc motorcycle loaders by Rs 7,000, according to which the price of all models of 200 cc auto rickshaw loaders has been increased by Rs 10,000. Has gone
Dealers have been told by the company that prices have been rising since June 5 in view of rising prices of raw materials, rising US dollars, transportation costs for petroleum products, trucks and parts.
DS Motors (Unique) has also increased the price of UD 125cc by Rs 10,000 from June 5.
United Auto Industries has also increased the price of all United 70cc, 100cc and 125cc models by Rs 3,000 with effect from June 6. Road Prince has also decided to increase the prices of all models by Rs 3,000. Applicable from June 7.
According to Sabir Sheikh, Chairman, Motorcycle Assemblers Association, the prices of sheet metal, aluminum and plastic used in motorcycles have increased in the global market. Due to which the cost is increasing.
According to Sabir Sheikh, the price of motorcycles was fixed at Rs 180 per dollar last month but later it reached Rs 200 per dollar.