Up to Rs. 4.5 lakh discounts on bikes & scooters: TVS Jupiter to Bajaj Pulsar RS200

by Shantonil Nag

With the festive season around the corner, the sales of automobiles are set to jump in the coming months. However, to give a push to the sales, two-wheeler manufacturers are offering discounts on their products. Here are all the discounts available in the two-wheeler market in India.

Honda Navi

Discount up to Rs. 5,000

The Navi is a unique looking moto-scooter based on the Activa 110. Even though the sales of the Navi gained a respectable status on the charts, the market eventually lost interest in the product. Honda is offering an up to Rs. 5,000 discount on the pre-update Navi to clear the stocks. The discounts are available to any student in Delhi, Bengaluru and Chennai.

TVS Jupiter

Discount up to Rs. 4,300

The TVS Jupiter is quite popular and is the second best-selling scooter in the country. Dealerships in Delhi and Chennai are offering a discount of up to Rs. 4,300 on the scooter. There is a cash discount of Rs. 3,000 plus a cashback offer of Rs. 1,300 when the purchase is made through PayTM mobile wallet. The dealerships in Bengaluru are also offering discounts on the accessories.

Suzuki Access

Discount up to Rs. 7,000

The Suzuki Access is the best-selling product in the segment. Suzuki recently launched the Burgman Street 125, which is based on the Access and is offering a heavy discount of Rs. 7,000 on the Access. Corporate employees can further get a discount of Rs. 2,500 in metropolitan cities like Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai.

Kawasaki Z1000

Discount up to Rs. 4.5 lakhs

Kawasaki is in the headlines after introducing the made-in-India Ninja 300 with a huge price cut. Their flagship naked bike, the Z1000, is currently available with a discount of Rs. 4.5 lakhs. The discount is available only on the unsold stocks of 2017. Dealerships of various cities have reported different discounts. The lowest being Rs. 2.5 lakhs from Kolkata and the highest being Rs. 4.5 lakhs from Mumbai.

Kawasaki Z900

Discount up to Rs. 97,000

The Kawasaki Mumbai dealership is offering a discount of Rs. 97,000 on the Z900 naked bike. There is a limited number of stock available with the dealership and to push the product, Kawasaki Mumbai is offering free accessories like crash protection, seat cowl and a larger windscreen to the buyers.

Kawasaki Ninja 300

Discount up to Rs. 60,000

Kawasaki has launched the assembled Ninja 300 recently with a big price cut. However, to clear the stock of fully-imported Japanese units of the bikes, dealerships are offering an up to Rs. 60,000 cash discount. It makes the made-in-Japan Ninja 300 similarly priced to the made-in-India product. The discount will be available only till the stocks last.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200

Discount up to Rs. 5,000

The only fully-faired bike from Bajaj is available with a discount of Rs. 5,000. Even though the naked model of the Pulsar 200 is very popular, the RS 200 finds a fewer number of buyers. The discount is applicable on only the 2017-made Pulsar RS 200, which are available only at a few select dealerships, including the Bajaj Mumbai dealership.

Bajaj CT100

Discount up to Rs. 9,000

Bajaj Auto is currently offering a discount of up to Rs. 9,000 on their entry-level CT100 commuter-segment bike. The huge discount of Rs. 9,000 brings down the price from Rs. 41,000 to Rs. 32,000, which is almost a 25% price cut on the bike. The entry-level bike is popular for its high mileage and reliability.

TVS Apache RTR 160, RTR 180

Discount up to Rs. 7,000

TVS Apache is one of the most popular bikes in the segment. Dealerships in Kolkata are offering a maximum discount of Rs. 5,000 on the regular version of the RTR 160 that were produced in January-February 2018. Even the Apache 180 from the same manufacturing period gets a discount of Rs. 7,000.

Triumph Motorcycles

Triumph is offering Rs. 25,000 worth of accessories free on its whole line-up of bikes. All the bikes including the Bonneville and Tiger range get free accessories. Customers can choose the products on their own while buying the Triumph bikes.

Source: ACI

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