Three heritage classics with unique personalities and massive engines, but which one’s a better bet on paper?
The new Thruxton is Euro 5/BS6-compliant. And you know what that means, right? It’s coming to India!
Expect the “RS” variant to feature top-spec components, lightweight internals and produce more power
Both bikes look almost production-ready
Launched in the UK for GBP 17,500, (Rs 16.3 lakh), it is GBP 5,100 dearer than the Thruxton R
The 2019 Thruxton R features carbon-fibre bodywork, updated mechanical components and an all-new exhaust system
The company has updated the Thruxton R and Bonneville Bobber, among others, with new colours and we want them here!
2004 model. Makes me happy !
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