Although it is during the peak shopping season, contrary to every year, many motorbike lines that have high purchasing power on the market are forced to reduce prices, no longer having the price channel phenomenon like before.
In the past, a few weeks before the Lunar New Year was considered the peak of shopping, many car models with high purchasing power such as Honda SH, Yamaha Exciter, Honda Vision,… all had higher selling prices than normal. suggested price. But at the present time everything seems to be the opposite.
Specifically, Honda SH is the car model with the strongest price reduction such as the Premium 350i version reduced from 20 to nearly 22 million VND, the Special version reduced from 19 to more than 20 million VND, the Sports version reduced from 14.5 to 15.5 million VND. copper. Thanks to that, the actual selling price of the versions is only from 129 to 138 million VND. However, prices between dealers will vary.
As for the standard Honda SH 125i version, it only costs a few hundred thousand dong. The remaining versions of Honda SH125i and 160i are mostly priced the same as the company’s suggested price, some places only slightly increase the price and the general condition is always available, no need to wait.
The Honda Winner X clutch bike model also decreased from 11.5 to more than 12.5 million VND. Thanks to that, the actual selling price of the 3 versions of Winner X is only from 35 million VND to more than 38 million VND. This is also a rare Honda model that does not increase its selling price, but on the contrary, is sold lower than the suggested price.
Honda Vario 160 versions are all sharply reduced from 3 – 4 million VND, bringing the selling price down to 48.49 – 52.99 million VND. Honda Lead has 3 versions reduced from 1.2 – 1.7 million VND, the selling price is only 38 – 41.5 million VND. Honda Vision has a total of 5 versions, only the high-end version cools down, but only reduces by a few hundred thousand, some high-end versions also have a slight price difference.
Yamaha also reduced the price of the manual clutch model Exciter 155 VVA with the strongest reduction of up to 5 million VND for all versions. Currently, the price of the Yamaha Exciter 155 standard version is only 42.8 million, the limited version is priced at 46.1 million, the premium version is priced at 45.8 million, and the ABS brake version is priced from 49 million VND.
Yamaha Grande scooter model reduced by 2 million VND for all 5 versions. Thanks to that, at current prices, the standard version of Grande is only 44,047 million, the special version is 48,564 million, and the limited version is 49,251 million. The two special hybrid and limited hybrid versions are priced at VND 47,091 million and VND 47,582 million, respectively.
Yamaha Janus has a slightly reduced price of only a few hundred thousand VND, so the standard version is only 28,571 million VND, the special version is only 32.4 million VND, the limited edition is from 32,891 million VND. However, the reduced price of Yamaha models depends on the dealer’s policy, so there will be no uniformity in actual selling prices.
Although Suzuki has a small market share, it has a very significant price like the Suzuki Burgman Street 125 model reduced by 8 million VND, from only 49.5 million VND. Suzuki Satria F150 and Raider R150 are both reduced by 6 million VND, resulting in actual selling prices of 53.49 million VND and 50.99 million VND, respectively.
According to the Vietnam Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (VAMM), the motorcycle market in 2023 is somewhat bleak. Specifically, in the first quarter of 2023, motorbike sales decreased by a shocking 23.7% compared to the fourth quarter of 2022, and in the second quarter of 2023, a decrease of 7.2% compared to the first quarter. By the third quarter of 2023, there was a somewhat better recovery when sales increased. 3.69% compared to the second quarter. The fourth quarter of 2023 recorded a sales increase of 11.68% compared to the third quarter. In addition, the total motorbike sales in 2023 is 2,516,212 vehicles, down 16.21% compared to 2022.