We were on a roll last week as we broke two world exclusive stories about Royal Enfield’s future plans. These were accompanied by a few other interesting launch and teaser stories as well. In that case, let’s give you a recap of what all unfolded last week.
In our exclusive report, we told you that this much-anticipated Royal Enfield motorcycle based on their 650cc platform won’t be called the Himalayan and will get a new name. Moreover, there will be two variants on offer; a road-biased model and a soft-roader. The styling, meanwhile, will be similar to the existing Himalayan. Want to know more? Click on the story link.
Royal Enfield’s upcoming 650cc cruiser that has been spied multiple times till now will be called the Super Meteor, as per our trusted sources. Once launched, this will be RE’s most expensive offering but will be priced more competitively as compared to other middle-weight cruisers. While the engine will be the same as the Interceptor 650, it will get more premium components like upside down forks. Head to the main story for comprehensive details.
Bajaj’s upcoming Pulsar 250 was teased through a teaser video last week. From what’s visible in the teaser, it looks similar to the Pulsar 220F but in a sportier and more muscular avatar. It gets an LED projector headlamp, sleek LED DRLs, a semi-faired design, a clip-on handlebar, and a split seat. The complete details about the Pulsar 250 will be revealed at its launch on 28 October.
The new 2022 model of the KTM RC 200 has started reaching select dealerships in India. The motorcycle has been priced at Rs 2.09 lakh which is the same as its predecessor. Well, this is the introductory price and it might go up soon. The motorcycle has received updates in almost every area including styling features, and hardware. While the engine is the same, the airbox and cooling system have been tweaked for better performance.
TVS added more colours to this festive season by launching two new paint schemes of the Radeon. The motorcycle is now available in Red and Black combination and a Blue and Black colour scheme. Most of the cycle parts of these two versions are finished in black. The dual-tone variants are priced higher than the other versions. The drum variant costs Rs 68,982 while the disc comes in at 71,982. These trims commemorate TVS’ feat of fetching 4 lakh buyers for the Radeon since its launch.
(All prices are ex-showroom)