Weekly News Wrap Up: A New Street Triple, Honda Dio BS6 Launched, Interceptor BS6 Reaches Dealers & More!

The BS6 onslaught continues, along with some interesting international news

As the BS6 deadline nears ever closer, the frequency of new launches is increasing, and the newsroom at ZigWheels is becoming a very busy place indeed. There were a bunch of launches in the past week as well, along with some interesting bits of international news. Here’s everything you may have missed over the last seven days:

Pulsar 150 Launched, BS6 Range Prices & Power Revealed

After its smaller commuter motorcycles, Bajaj updated its Pulsar 150 to BS6 standards last week. The bike has received fuel-injection and consequentially, a price hike, but engine output has dropped. For full details, head here. This was the only official launch, but unofficially, we’ve managed to get our hands on prices of the BS6 versions of the Dominar, Pulsar 125, 180 F, 220 F, NS200, RS200 and the Avenger range. Click on the model name to know the upcoming prices!

TVS BS6 Range Prices Revealed

It’s not just Bajaj, we’ve also managed to learn the prices for multiple upcoming BS6 products from TVS. These include the popular NTorq, the very fuel-efficient Radeon and the Sport. Heck, even the XL100 moped will be updated to BS6, and here’s how much it’ll cost.

Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6 Arrives

While we’re on the theme of Indian manufacturers, let’s not leave out Royal Enfield. Multiple models in the Chennai bikemaker’s lineup have already received BS6 updates, and next in line are the 650cc twins. These have already started arriving at dealerships, and pricing is available here.

Honda Dio BS6 Launched

Following on from its Activa 6G, Honda has also updated its other popular 110cc scooter - the Dio. The Dio BS6, like the new Activa, features a fuel-injected motor as well as telescopic front suspension and a 12-inch front wheel. For details about pricing, check here.

Triumph Street Triple R

Stepping out into international waters finally, Triumph has rolled out the new Street Triple R. This variant will sit in between the softer S and the bonkers RS, aiming to offer the best of both worlds. The 765cc motor is now Euro5-compliant, meaning it could make its way to India soon. To know how much it could cost, head here.

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