A bunch of major launches and a much-awaited road test review were amongst the most notable stories which went up on BikeWale. In case you were too occupied the whole week to go through these updates, we are back with our Sunday ritual of giving you a low down on the top five two-wheeler updates.
Classic Legends, the company which sells Jawa models in India, resurrected another iconic brand – Yezdi. Under the new brand name, it launched as many as three motorcycles including the Roadster, Scrambler and Adventure. The body style and purpose of these are what their names suggest. While the Roadster is the direct rival to the Royal Enfield Meteor 350, the Adventure locks horns with the Himalayan.
Honda 2Wheelers India has announced the launch of the BS6-compliant 2022 CB300R in our market at Rs 2.77 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The manufacturer had unveiled the 2022 iteration of the Neo-Sports Café inspired motorcycle in December at the India Bike Week. Click on the story link to get all the details of the motorcycle.
KTM announced the launch of the 2022 250 Adventure in the Indian market at Rs 2.35 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bookings for the quarter-litre adventure tourer have commenced at KTM showrooms across the country. The company has also announced easy finance options with special EMI’s starting at Rs 6,300.
Yamaha went all out with the fourth version of the YZF R15 by giving it all the updates that the enthusiasts urged for. The brand didn’t even skimp on inverted front forks that were available only in the international version until now. But is it still as good a motorcycle out in the real world as its predecessor? Read our detailed road test review of the YZF R15 V4 to find out.
The production version of Yamaha’s upcoming electric scooter, the Project E01, was spotted for the first time ever. Although it was completely camouflaged, the finished body panels suggest that it’s ready for production. First unveiled at the 2019 Tokyo Motor Show, the Yamaha E01 is a maxi-styled e-scooter that will be sold in Japan and also a few European markets. The Indian launch might take place at a much later stage.