Rev Up Your Week with Jaw-Dropping Motorcycle Updates!

The past week captivated the attention of Indian motorcycle enthusiasts with a series of exciting new launches and the highly-anticipated unveiling of

The past week captivated the attention of Indian motorcycle enthusiasts with a series of exciting new launches and the highly-anticipated unveiling of a sought-after bike in India.

While we've already delved into these updates extensively, here's a concise summary of the top five bike highlights to spice up your Sunday.

  1. KTM introduced the 2024 models of the 390 Duke and 250 Duke in India. These updates mark the most significant enhancements these bikes have seen, featuring substantial engine revisions, the incorporation of lighter components, and a more radical styling.

  2. In terms of pricing, the 250 Duke remains at Rs. 2.39 lakh, while the 390 Duke sees a Rs. 13,000 price increase, now retailing at Rs. 3.10 lakh.

  1. Yamaha gave a MotoGP-inspired visual makeover to three popular models: the R15 V4, MT 15 V2, and the Ray ZR 125.

  2. All three sport a sleek all-black body with eye-catching Monster Energy decals on select areas. However, there are no mechanical changes compared to their standard counterparts.

  1. Kawasaki made a bold entrance by bringing the striking Ninja ZX-4R to our shores, albeit with a hefty price tag of Rs. 8.5 lakh due to its completely built-up (CBU) nature for the Indian market.

  2. This unique motorcycle boasts an inline four-cylinder configuration in its relatively small 400cc engine, delivering an impressive 75.9bhp at 14,500rpm. It stands out further with its premium hardware and top-tier rider aids, positioning it above most bikes in its class.

  1. Honda unveiled the 2023 CB200X in India, featuring an OBD-2-compliant engine to meet the latest emission regulations. While Honda made subtle internal engine tweaks, the bike itself remains unchanged.

  2. It is powered by an 184.4cc single-cylinder engine, producing 17bhp and 15.9Nm of torque, with a price tag of Rs. 1.47 lakh.

  1. Aprilia India is gearing up to launch its newest and most budget-friendly motorcycle offering, the RS 457, in India on September 20th.

  2. Official pricing details will be announced soon, with bookings expected to open shortly. Featuring a design reminiscent of the RS660, the RS457 is equipped with a 457cc twin-cylinder engine producing 47bhp.

  3. It comes loaded with a range of rider aids, including a quick shifter, ABS, switchable three-stage traction control, ride-by-wire technology, and three ride modes.

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