Indian Motorcycle is offering discounts of up to Rs 6.70 lakh
If you've been planning to get a premium bike from Indian Motorcycle, now is the time. The American motorcycle manufacturer is offering attractive discounts on its motorcycle range sold in the country, with maximum savings of up to Rs 6.70 lakh, on-road price in Delhi. The motorcycles on which these offers are available include the Indian FTR 1200 S, FTR 1200 Race Replica, Indian Scout Bobber, Indian Scout and the Indian Chief Dark Horse.
The on-road price of the Indian FTR 1200 S for both shades of titanium metallic over thunder black and red over steel gray is Rs 20.15 lakh. With a discount of Rs 3.85 lakh, the new offer price for the same is Rs 16.30 lakh. Similarly, the Indian FTR 1200 S Race Replica that is sold at Rs 22.67 lakh, will be offered for Rs 18.44 lakh amounting to a discount of Rs 4.2 lakh.
We have also learnt that the Indian Scout Bobber is being offered at a discounted price of Rs 11.43 lakh, from the original on-road Delhi price of Rs 15.73 lakh, (drop of Rs 4.29 lakh). Further, the Indian Scout is being sold at Rs 14.80 lakh, down by Rs 3.57 lakh, from its on-road Delhi price of Rs 18.37 lakh. Lastly, there is the 2018 Indian Chief Dark Horse that is being sold with a hefty discount of Rs 6.70 lakh, at Rs 16.96 lakh, on-road Delhi from Rs 23.67 lakh, on-road Delhi.
Wondering why Indian Motorcycle is offering such discounts? These motorcycles are the ones that were registered under the EURO IV norms. With respect to the earlier deadline that allowed the sale of BSIV vehicles in the country till March 31, the company dealers ended up registering these motorcycles under their own name. That being the reason, the above mentioned motorcycles will be sold with HR-51 registration numbers as these motorcycles are registered with Faridabad RTO.
While all the motorcycles mentioned above will be sold with zero mileage on their odo, the new buyers will be the second owners. The motorcycles will be sold with a Comprehensive Insurance and valid till March 31, 2021. Also, the actual transfer charges will be additional, that will be borne by the buyer. The dealership will be making the delivery of the motorcycle only against 100 per cent of the payment.
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