Weekly Two-wheeler News Wrapup: Honda CB650R and CBR650R Launch, Yamaha XSR 250 Spotted Testing, 2021 TVS Apache RR 310 Launch Confirmed And More

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Just three months into the year, we have had quite a few interesting launches in the country. This week was no different, with a couple of launches and some news on completely new motorcycles

Honda CB650R & CBR650R Launch
Following the launch of the Honda CB500X, Big Wing India launched the CB650R and CBR650R in India, and just like with the mid-displacement ADV, these in-line four motorcycles are priced steeply. While the prices have gone up, there’s a slight dip in performance figures and an increase in the weight of the CBR650R compared to the older model. Read more details here.

Yamaha XSR 250 Spotted Testing
The neo-retro segment has been gaining popularity across the country and Yamaha too intends on cashing on the opportunity. Recently, a test mule was spotted of what seems like the XSR 250, developed using the FZ25’s platform. To know when the bike will launch and its expected pricing, read this story.

2021 TVS Apache RR 310 Launch Confirmed
Ever since its debut in 2017, TVS has been constantly updating the Apache RR 310. Now, the brand is all set to launch the 2021 iteration of the flagship supersport. But after riding modes, TFT display, and slipper clutch, what more can TVS do? Adjustable front suspension? More power? Find out all the details in this story.

Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 Gets A New Colour
Last week, we broke the news of Yamaha launching the YZF-R15 version 3.0 in a new dapper red colour. Now the Japanese bike has launched the new colour for its supersport. To know more about the pricing and the other changes to the bike, please read this story.

Honda H’Ness CB350 Price To Go up
Just five months after Honda’s retro roadster made its debut, the prices are likely to go up by a fair margin. Our dealer sources confirmed that the new prices will be in effect as early as mid-April. With this price hike, the ex-showroom price of the CB350 is very close to hitting the Rs 2 lakh mark. To know what the new prices look like, read this story.

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