- Powered by a 322cc twin-cylinder motor
- Featured an LCD, USD front forks, and more
- India launch unlikely
Chinese two-wheeler brand, Kove has launched its latest offering, the Cobra 321 on its home ground. It rivals the KTM 390 Duke and here’s what we know about it.
The Kove Cobra 321 looks quite desirable and stylish. It gets LED illumination, and sculpted bodywork, and the overall styling is very swanky. The fuel tank looks fairly large and seems to contribute a decent amount of the visual mass. Not to mention, the paint scheme is also enticing.
It’s powered by a 322cc twin-cylinder motor with the output rated at 40bhp and 29Nm. The engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox and nestled in a tubular frame. The single-sided swingarm too adds to the visual appeal of the Cobra 321. It features a fully digital cluster with essential readouts like the speedometer, odometer, trip meter, fuel level readout, engine temperature readout, and more.
The Kove Cobra rides on USD front forks and a monoshock from Yuan. Meanwhile, the braking hardware comprises a petal front disc and a single rear disc with ABS. The setup is mounted on 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in 110/70 front and 150/60 rear tyre.
Kove currently operates only in China and certain parts of Europe. That said, its launch in India is unlikely to happen anytime soon. However, if you are looking for other 300cc motorcycles, there are options like the KTM 390 Duke, BMW G 310 R, Keeway K300N and more.