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All The Two-wheelers That Launched In India This Month

Modified On Apr 30, 2023 08:45 AM By Nishaad Joshi for TVS Raider

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125cc commuters to big, fast ADVs, this month was an action-packed one

With more than 10 two-wheelers making their way to the Indian market, April was quite a rollercoaster (with mostly ups thankfully). Here’s a lowdown onto all the bikes and scooters we saw this month: 

TVS Raider Single-seat Variant

Our favourite 125cc bike, the TVS Raider, got a new single seat variant this month. With the drum brake variant being discontinued, the Raider is now on sale in three variants

Ather 450X New Variant

The much-loved Ather 450X saw a Rs 43,826 cut in its price this month, along with the addition of a new variant So what exactly do you lose? Check that out here

But if the massive 15 hour charging time of the base Ather 450X has worried you, worry not! Ather is working on a solution.

KTM 390 Adventure X 

If the fast and sporty KTM 390 Adventure has always eluded you because of its price tag, we’ve good news for you. KTM launched the 390 Adventure X this month, which promises the same performance and handling at more than Rs 58,000 less

Yamaha Aerox 155 Updates & More

Yamaha gave its exciting little scooter a new colour and more safety features, one of which is a segment-first one! Check it out here.

Next in line for the Japanese brand was a bunch of updates for the MT-15 V2 and the R15 series. The best of the lot though, was the new colourway for the R15 V4, something that makes it look a lot like the R7!

2023 Suzuki Hayabusa

India’s favourite superbike, the Suzuki Hayabusa was launched in an OBD 2-compliant avatar this month. For two new paint schemes and a cleaner engine though, Suzuki demanded a rather steep hike in its price.

Harley-Davidson Range

The American bikemaker updated its India lineup for 2023. And while most Harleys have never really been cheap, the 2023 iterations take things up a notch. Any guesses as to how much the top-spec Road Glide Special costs? Hint: you can buy the Ducati Multistrada V2, Supersport 950 AND the Scrambler for nearly the same amount of money. 

OBD-2 Launches

Finally it was all the KTM bikes which got the OBD 2 treatment accompanied by price hikes ranging from Rs 851 to more than Rs 3,000! Check them all out here.

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