These Superb Bikes and Scooters Will Be Your Next Buy This December
In the Indian car business, December is a month when very few automobiles are released, as most of the debuts are postponed until early the next year.
In the Indian car business, December is a month when very few automobiles are released, as most of the debuts are postponed until early the next year. However, this is unlikely to happen this year, since some manufacturers are scheduled to unveil their beautiful two-wheelers this month in order to improve their sales in India. Let's get to know their names and features.
Bounce Electric Scooter
Bengaluru-based scooter rental start-up company Bounce is set to launch its first electric scooter this month. The specialty of this electric scooter is that it will have replacement battery packs, for which the company will also build a battery swapping network to support it. Tell you that bounce on December 2, 2021 is all set to introduce your Infinity Electric Scooter. It will be launched at a price of around Rs 92,000.
Harley Davidson Sportster S
In the first week of December, Harley Davidson India will unveil its new Sportster S motorcycle. It comes with a 4.0-inch TFT instrument screen, Bluetooth connectivity, and all-LED illumination. The Sportster S is equipped with a 1250cc liquid-cooled 60-degree V twin engine that produces 120hp and 128Nm of peak torque. The pricing is expected to be between Rs 15 lakh and Rs 16 lakh (ex-showroom).
Yezdi Roadking Adventure
In India, Yezdi may soon release one of his adventure touring motorcycles. The bike is expected to be released under the name Yezdi Roadking Adventure, and it will resemble the Himalayan in appearance. It will be equipped with a 334cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine capable of producing 30hp and 32.74Nm of peak torque to fulfil BS6 regulations. It's possible that the pricing would start at approximately Rs 2 lakh.
New Generation KTM RC 390
The automaker KTM is likely to launch 390 new generation RC bikes in the Indian market by the end of December. It will have a 373cc single-cylinder engine that generates 43.5hp of power and 37Nm of torque. RC 390 is built on bolt-on subframe. It features muscular fuel tanks, split-style seats, clip-on handlebars, upswept exhaust, windscreens and arrowhead mirrors. According to reports, it can be launched at an ex-showroom price of Rs 2.90 lakh.
The Kawasaki W175 will be unveiled during India Bike Week. This bike may be the cheapest Kawasaki available in India. Its ex-showroom pricing is expected to be approximately Rs 1.75 lakh. The W175 is expected to be powered by a 177cc engine that produces 13 Bhp. The Kawasaki W175 sports a teardrop-shaped fuel tank, a flat-type seat with a pillion grab rail, a peashooter exhaust, a crash guard, as well as a rounded headlamp and mirrors.
The bike is equipped with an analogue instrument cluster, a halogen headlight, and an LED taillight, as well as wire-spoke wheels wrapped in MRF tyres. It has a 13.5-liter gasoline storage capacity. The Kawasaki W175 has a front disc brake and a rear drum brake, as well as single-channel ABS for enhanced road handling.
Telescopic forks with fork gaiters on the front end and dual shock absorbers on the back end handle the bike's suspension chores.