Two-wheelers That Debuted In India This Month

  • Jun 30, 2022
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From the arrival of commuters to a bunch of premium products, June 2022 proved to be a busy month

June 2022 proved to be a busy month for the two-wheeler industry with a bunch of updates and scoops on upcoming products, and with as many as six product launches. Here’s a low-down on the two-wheelers that debuted this month:

Bajaj Pulsar N160

The Indian bikemaker introduced the new motorcycle based on the same platform as the Pulsar N250, and priced it identical to the Pulsar NS160, well, at least in the case of the single-channel ABS variant. Bajaj is offering the N160 with dual-channel ABS too, a segment-first feature. Read all about it in this story.

Bajaj Pulsar F250 And N250 Dark Edition

Bajaj launched the Pulsar 250 twins in a blacked-out theme. However, this colour option also exclusively comes with dual-channel ABS, while the other F250 and the N250 colourways are offered with single-channel ABS. The Dark Edition Pulsar 250 twins command a premium of Rs 6300. Read all the details in this story.

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Kawasaki Ninja 400

The Japanese supersport made a comeback to the Indian market after a hiatus of over three years. There have been no major changes to the motorcycle, but Team Green has managed to price the bike the same as the BS4 model. Find out more details in this story.


Kawasaki Versys 650

The mid-displacement ADV was due for an upgrade for quite a while now, and Kawasaki finally introduced the updated Versys 650. From aesthetic changes to improved electronics features, this bike got its fair share of updates. Read all about this bike here.

Hero Passion XTec

After the Splendor Plus, the Passion is the latest motorcycle to get Hero MotoCorp’s XTec treatment. This variant comes with Bluetooth connectivity, and a few modern features. Read our launch story for all the details

Ducati Scrambler Urban Motard

The Urban Motard is the new top of the line variant of the Scrambler 800 family, retailing at Rs 11.49 lakh (ex-showroom). It gets an exclusive white and red paint scheme with graffiti-inspired livery along with wire-spoke rims, Bosch cornering ABS and a supermoto-style high front fender.

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Bajaj Pulsar N160
Bajaj Pulsar N160
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