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Motorbike Prices Shift Into High Gear in Iran

Prices of locally-made motorbikes have increased between 30 to 40%, the head of Iran Motorcycle Sellers Association
Motorbike Prices Shift Into High Gear in IranMotorbike Prices Shift Into High Gear in Iran

In recent months and following the reimposition of US sanctions, prices of goods and services in almost all sectors have increased. Motorbikes are no exception.
Head of Iran Motorcycle Sellers Association Mohammad Khadem Mansouri tells ISNA manufacturers have increased prices between 30-40%!  This is while prices in the market have more than doubled.
For instance, a 125cc two-wheeler made by Tak Taz Motor now costs 63 million rials ($443). In summer the same bike sold for 45 million rials ($316). Prices were much lower in spring when the same motorbike hardly fetched 26 million rials ($183).
 

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