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A Compilation Of All The Two-wheelers Launched In September 2020

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  • Oct 1, 2020
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There’s a lot of catching up to do, so here’s a rundown of all of the new launches that took place in India and overseas

The two-wheeler sector has been quite active this month thanks to the launch of new and updated products like cruisers, superbikes, scooters and neo-retro motorcycles. Honda, for instance, has entered the retro segment with the hotly anticipated H'Ness CB350 while BMW has stepped up the game in the litre-class segment by launching the notorious M 1000 RR overseas. There’s a lot of catching up to do, so here’s a summary of all of the new launches that took place in India and overseas in September 2020.

 

Honda CB350 H'Ness To Take The Fight To The Royal Enfield Classic 350

A bold statement, isn’t it! But it’s true. Honda’s foray into the 350cc retro segment can only be viewed as a blatant challenge to Royal Enfield and the Classic 350. For this, the CB350 features a neo-retro design, several segment-first features, a powerful 350cc motor, and of course Honda’s reliability quotient and comprehensive service network. Head here for launch details.

 

BS6 Kawasaki Z900 Launched

After what felt like a lifetime, Kawasaki has finally launched the BS6-compliant Z900. It packs a greener motor and a full-colour TFT display as part of the BS6 update. Price available here.

 

Triumph’s Behemoth On Two-Wheels Launched

The Triumph Rocket 3 GT is finally available in India and is among the most expensive Triumph motorcycles to go on sale in the country. The GT variant features adjustable handlebar and footpegs for better comfort among other creature comforts. Here’s how it differs from the standard model.

 

Hero Maestro Edge 110 Launched

Hero MotoCorp took the wraps off the BS6 Maestro Edge 110 in the early weeks of September 2020. It has now revealed the scooter’s prices on its website. The Maestro Edge 110 BS6 is available in two trims: Drum Brake Alloy Wheel FI VX and Alloy Wheel FI. Here are the new prices.

 

BMW’s Cruising Beauty Is Here

If you’re getting bored of the age-old Harley-Davidsons, you can now switch to something a bit more exotic, say the BMW R 18. It’s available in India in two variants: Standard and First Edition. The retro cruiser packs the largest boxer twin ever fitted to a BMW motorcycle. Head here for prices.

 

Ducati’s Large Scrambler Scrambles Onto The Scene

 

Italian bikemaker Ducati has launched the BS6 Scrambler 1100 in India with two variants on offer: Pro and Pro Sport. For 2020, both bikes get subtle design updates, a BS6-compliant motor, and a handful of rider aids. Click here for a detailed look at the bikes.

 

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Becomes More Affordable

Yes, you heard that right. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is indeed more affordable now. How’s this possible? Well, it’s now available in a single-channel variant which brings down the cost of the bike. Here’s what you end up paying.

 

The 2021 BMW M 1000 RR: The Perfect Track Tool?

BMW Motorrad has launched its first ‘M’ model based on the S 1000 RR, the M 1000 RR. It gets MotoGP-inspired winglets, lighter engine components, top-shelf hardware, and a retuned motor that delivers 212PS! The bike is likely to be introduced in India by November 2020.

 

Deadpool-Approved Ather 450X


Ather wants to change the general perception towards electric two-wheelers. Hey, EVs can look cool too! Don’t believe us? Check out this radical 450X featuring translucent body panels. Heck, even the TFT instrument console gets red accents. Click here to get up and close with the scooter.

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