The MH150 motorcycle from Motorhead has entered the Nepali market. The buyer has entered the Nepali market, according to SLR Techno & Trade Company, the official distributor for Nepal.
The CG 150 cc engine features a soft balance, inverted shock, double disc brakes, a redesigned muffler, a tough chassis, and a single-axis balancer. According to the company, the graphics on the bike are appealing and catchy.
The bike was previously priced at Rs 288,000, but after the new version, it is now priced at Rs 295,000.
According to the company, the Scrambler 250 bike, which is very popular among the younger generation, is also now available. The company has stated that the bike has been reintroduced to the market with the start of the new fiscal year, despite the fact that it was out of stock the previous year.
In the Nepali market, there are seven different models of motorhead bikes. The Tekken 250 costs Rs 395,000, the MH200X costs Rs 375,000, and the Scrambler 250 costs Rs 455,000.
Similarly, the X-Turk costs Rs 380,000. Motorhead sports off-road tires and sports road tires cost Rs 368,000 and Rs 370,000, respectively, in other models.
These bikes will be available at 3G Centers in Kathmandu Valley’s Dhovighat, Teku, Chabahil, Balaju, and Salaghari, as well as Itahari, Chitwan, Butwal, Pokhara, Surkhet, and Baglung. The company also intends to open new showrooms in Dhading, Kawasoti, Birtamode, and Manthali in the near future.
The company has also worked with various reconditioning shops to ensure that the resale value of these bikes is not compromised. Similarly, various financial institutions have joined forces to facilitate financing.