From scooters to some very fast ADVs, the Indian two-wheeler market welcomed quite a few new entrants in April 2022. We’ve made a list of all the new launches that took place this month and here’s the low down.
Hero Destini Xtec
Hero MotoCorp started Q2 2022 with the Destini Xtec launch. The 125cc scooter is priced at Rs 79,990 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and now comes with more features than ever. From LED illumination to Bluetooth connectivity, the Hero scooter now tends to offer more value for money. Head here to read more about it.
Suzuki Avenis 125 base variant
After launching the Ride Connect Edition and the Race Edition a while ago, Suzuki India also launched the base variant of the Avenis 125 in India at Rs 86,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It packs the same design, underpinnings, and motor as the aforementioned trims but is skimmed on the feature front. Here’s the full story.
Suzuki V-Strom SX
This month, Suzuki launched its latest quarter-litre offering in India in the form of the V-Strom SX. It’s priced at Rs 2,11,600 (ex-showroom) and has the KTM 250 Adventure and the Royal Enfield Himalayan in its crosshairs. But what does it have to offer? Here’s your answer.
Yamaha MT-15 Ver 2.0, and R15 V4 World GP 60th Anniversary Edition
Yamaha launched not one but two models in April. First, the MT-15 Ver 2.0 brought in some notable updates compared to its predecessor. It has retained the motor, design, and other bits but now packs a tad more features. Click here to know about it. Along with the updated baby streetfighter, Yamaha also brought in the R15 V4 with an ultra-cool World GP 60th Anniversary Edition paint scheme. Read more about it here.
BMW F 900 XR Pro, F 850 GS, and F 850 GS Adventure
April saw BMW Motorrad launch three of its updated ADVs in India. The trio includes BMW F 900 XR Pro, F 850 GS, and F 850 GS Adventure. The F 900 XR Pro has been priced at Rs 12.30 lakh and comes with full-LED lighting and a Bluetooth-enabled 6.5-inch full-colour TFT screen. Here are more details about it.
As for the prices, the F 850 GS asks for Rs 12.50 lakh, while the Adventure costs Rs 13.25 lakh (both ex-showroom). Here are all the details.
Honda Gold Wing DCT
Honda came in guns blazing with the Gold Wing DCT. The asking price has been set to a whopping Rs 39.20 lakh. And for the said price, you get an airbag, navigation system, auto-cancelling turn indicators, a 7.0-inch full-colour TFT dash speakers with passenger audio controls, USB Type-C ports, and an electronically-adjustable windscreen. Read the full story here.
Ducati Multistrada V2
Another ADV made its way to India this month, but from Italy, in the form of the Ducati Multistrada V2. It’s priced at Rs 14.65 lakh and is the current most affordable ADV from the Italian manufacturer. Here are all its details.
Kawasaki Ninja 300
Last but not least, Kawasaki wrapped up the month with its baby Ninja getting some basic cosmetic tweaks. It’s now priced at Rs 3.37 lakh, ex-showroom and gets new paint schemes. Head here to read more about it.