there is reason for the KTM and Ninja fans to smile . Post cut in excise relief
in the Interim Budget, Bajaj Auto Ltd has decided to lower the prices of some
of their good looking motorcycles. KTM India has lowered the prices of both its
models in the country the 200 Duke and the 390 Duke.
The 390 Duke is now priced
at Rs. 1,80,942 (Ex-Showroom New Delhi) which means a price reduction of almost
Rs. 5600 while the 200 Duke is now priced at Rs. 130787 (Ex-Showroom New Delhi)
resulting in a price reduction of almost Rs. 4,500.
have decided to pass on the entire benefit of the excise duty cut to our
customers. Sales of both the 200 and the 390 Duke has been constantly on the
rise and the revised prices will ensure even faster growth’ said Amit Nandi,
Vice President – KTM, Bajaj Auto Limited.
Ninja 300 will now cost Rs. 3,38,584 while the Ninja 650 will cost Rs.4,92,111
Picture courtesy KTM--Photographer
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