The last week was as eventful as others but the major stir was created by Bajaj after it officially revealed the 2019 model of its flagship, the Dominar 400. Moreover, there were a few other stories which were worth noticing and we take a glimpse of them.
2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 revealed
After multiple spy shots and videos, the 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400 has been finally revealed. The motorcycle has received various changes in terms looks, mechanical and engine, which make it a more enticing product. You can read about it here. As for the pricing, Bajaj hasn’t revealed it yet and we expect the pricing to be out in the coming days.
Yamaha MT-15 officially teased
The Yamaha MT-15 is due to be launched in India on 15 March and while the wait is on, the company has officially revealed it in a video. The motorcycle is already on sale in the international markets but the India-spec motorcycle carries a few changes for keeping the costs in check. Moreover, the YZF R15 V3-based naked bike has already reached a few dealerships in India.
CF Moto 650NK spotted
CF Moto, a Chinese motorcycle brand, has been testing its motorcycles in India. Till now, three CF Moto motorcycles have been spied testing in Hyderabad and the latest was the 650NK naked street bike. Based on its tourer sibling, the 650 MT, the CF Moto 650NK is powered by a 649cc, twin-cylinder engine that makes 75bhp and 45Nm. The company is likely to launch its motorcycles in India in the coming months.
2019 Honda CB300R revealed
Honda has revealed the 2019 version of its modern-retro street bike, the CB300R, in Japan. Besides the new matte Blue paint scheme, the naked bike has received minor changes mechanically. Its 286cc, single-cylinder engine remains the same. The Honda CB300R was recently launched in India at a price of Rs 2.41 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Honda Grazia updated for 2019
Honda has mildly updated its 125cc premium scooter, the Grazia, for 2019. The changes are limited to the top-end DX variant only. It has received a new ‘DX’ stickering on the front apron while a new colour of pearl siren blue has also been introduced. With the changes, the Honda Grazia has received a minor price hike of around Rs 300 and the DX variant now costs Rs 64,668 (ex-showroom, Delhi).