Definitely not for India
I have taken a test drive of this bike with a pillion as well as a pillion on typical Bangalore roads & had been waiting for this bike for a year to be launched in India. was inclined towards it because KTMs are now too abundant in India. Below is my opinion Engine is very cool and calm. Definitely not as harsh as a KTM. 2 Excellent build quality everything looks premium. 3 very comfortable riding position and agile for solo riding. I am 5'11" & felt so comfortable while riding & very bad ground clearance. The softer suspension has also to be blamed here. 2 Pillion will have a hard time holding on for his life. forget about women, even men will have a hard time. Thanks to the tiny pillion seat. Though it looks big enough in pictures, the rider will occupy more than half of the place and pillion ends up sitting in the air. Grab rails provided are useless. Due to the light weight of the machine, with a pillion rider, the front part becomes so weightless 4. Despite the price, the bike looks tiny and doesn't have the expected road presence. Being called a premium naked Street bike doesn't just feel right for this machine. I've seen people canceling their bookings after test riding it. Everything else is good.