Japanese automaker Kawasaki has announced to launch two new bikes in India. Both the models are expected to be unveiled with updated themes and graphics. While the automaker has not revealed the models, sources, however, claim the company’s best-seller Ninja 300 will be among the two bikes. Reportedly, Ninja 300 will be powered by 296cc engine and equipped with new Bluetooth-connected technology. The upgraded Ninja 300 is said to cost around… read-more
The Triumph Motorcycles on February 9 launched its ‘Tiger 850 Sport’ in India priced at Rs 11.95 lakh. As the company’s latest addition to adventure motorcycle line-up, Tiger 850 Sport is powered with an 888-cc engine with T-plane crank giving 82Nm torque and 85PS acceleration. Equipped with LED lights, it comes with Triumph’s signature DRL shaped headlights. Moreover, Triumph has offered the superbike in two colour variants - Graphite-Diablo… read-more
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Automaker Benelli India has slashed the rates of Imperiale 400 retro classic motorcycle by Rs 10,000. The sought-after bike will now be available for Rs 1.89 lakh. Reportedly, the price drop was propelled by extensive localisation of parts and rupee's appreciation against the dollar. The Italy-based automaker will also provide a two-year unlimited-kilometres warranty and 24x7 roadside assistance with the Imperiale 400 BS-6. Besides, Benelli… read-more
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Yamaha has unveiled the new 2021 'Tracer 9' and 'Tracer 9 GT' sport bikes. The bikes are endowed with third-generation 'Crossplane 3 engine', which makes 115 bhp at 10,000 rpm and a peak torque of 93 Nm at 7,000 rpm. The Tracer 9 also features a six-axis IMU derived from the Yamaha YZF-R1. The Tracer 9 GT variant will get a semi-active KYB suspension with multiple driving-modes.
Hero MotorCorp on November 10 unveiled the new 'Xtreme 200S BS-6' for Indian market. The motorcycle is priced at Rs 1.15 lakh. Upgraded with advanced XSens technology, the bike will be available in Sports Red, Panther Black and Pearl Fadeless White Color. The bike has updated 200cc Programmed Fuel Injection engine with oil cooler. Producing 16.4 Nm of torque at 6,500 rpm, the bike also has features like LED-headlamps, bluetooth connectivity… read-more
Royal Enfield has unveiled a new motorcycle, 'Royal Enfield Meteor 350', which will replace its earlier version 'Thunderbird 350'. The bike will have three variants - Fire Ball, Stellar, and SuperNova. Starting from Rs 1.75 lakh, the bike will sport a single-cylinder four-stroke engine that makes 20.2 bhp at 6100 rpm. It also comes with a navigation pod, 'Royal Enfield Tripper', which was designed with the Google Maps for better service.
TVS Motors launched new 2021 Apache RTR 200 4v on November 4 to mark the brand's four millionth sale. Priced at Rs 1.31 lakh for the standard dual-channel ABS variant, the bike will be available in 3 riding modes - Sport, Urban & Rain. It will have SmartXConnect Bluetooth feature with 'Feather-touch' start. Powered with 197.55cc, the bike possess single-cylinder, 4-valve oil-cooled engine with a 5-speed gearbox.
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Making changes in line with the Euro5 norms, BMW Motorrad will be introducing the 2021 BMW R NineT range in India in Quarter-1. The motorcycle will have new customizable components with latest emission regulations and new rear-shocks. Along with LED-lighting, the bike will get a new instrument console. Besides, air-cooled 1,170cc boxer-engine with 110bhp and 116Nm will be available in 4 models - R NineT, Pure, Scrambler and Urban G/S.
The motorcycle company Triumph has unveiled their new bike '2021 Triumph Trident 600' on October 30. The bike is equipped with a 660 cc triple-cylinder engine with 80 bhp and 64 Nm. It will also sport round TFT console, LCD readout for speed, revs and gear position. The sporty bike has been priced at Rs 6.97 lakh and is expected to enter the Indian market in 2021.
Honda 'H'Ness CB 350', has been officially launched in India as a competition to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the mid-size vehicle category. H'Ness CB 350 will have smart voice control system, LED Head lights and will be available in 2 variants - DLX and DLX Pro. The bike has been priced at Rs 1.90 lakh and the bookings will start at Rs 5,000.