Two-wheeler Launches In June 2020: Honda Grazia 125 BS6, Bajaj Pulsar 125 SS And More
From entry-level commuter motorcycles and new electric scooters to large ADVs, the month of June had it all
The lockdown relaxations in June 2020 helped two-wheeler manufacturers run according to schedule again. Their first move was to restart production across India in a phased manner while following all safety guidelines, before moving onto new two-wheeler launches. Thus, making this month a busy one. We’ve had all sorts of bikes and scooters entering the Indian two-wheeler market, from entry-level commuter motorcycles to new electric scooters and even large ADVs. Here’s a complete list of all the two-wheelers that were launched in the month of June, just in case you missed out.
Honda CD 110 Dream
Honda launched the BS6-compliant CD 110 Dream in the first week of June. Other than complying with BS6 emission norms, the CD Dream 110 comes with features like a segment-first silent starter, engine kill, and a pass beam switch. These updates come at a premium of Rs 13,695 over the BS4 model. Head here for more information.
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Split-Seat Variant
We’d seen a number of images floating around the internet of a supposed split-seat variant of the Pulsar 125. After offering the bike in select cities to gauge customer response, Bajaj has finally launched the bike pan India. It's essentially a sportier-looking variant with a split-seat setup instead of a single-piece seat. The bike also features an engine cowl but weighs 2kg more. Head here for pricing and other details.
BS6 Honda Grazia 125
Honda has upped the ante for the year 2020. And like all newly launched scooters from the Japanese brand, the Grazia too receives a bunch of new features along with the BS6 update. The styling of the scooter has also been revised and it now looks sharper than before. Features like silent starter, Idling Stop System, LED headlamp, and external fuel filler should paint you a picture. Click here for more information.
Triumph Bonneville T100 And T120 Black Edition
Triumph has launched the Bonneville T100 and T120 Black Edition for the first time in India. These versions feature blacked-out components in place of the chrome bits on the standard models. Moreover, these bikes comply with BS6 emission norms, just like the rest of Triumph’s twin-cylinder range. More details.
Triumph Tiger 900
Following the Bonneville T100 and T120 Black Edition, Triumph launched the all-new Tiger 900 in India. Triumph’s new kitty comes with a new look, a bigger 900cc engine, better electronics and improved underpinnings. It’s available in three variants: GT, Rally and Rally Pro. Here’s what you need to know.
Ampere Magnus Pro Electric Scooter
Ampere Vehicles launched a lithium-ion variant of the Magnus called the Pro. It offers a range of up to 100km with lower charge times and comes with features like an LED headlamp, LCD instrument cluster, keyless entry and anti-theft alarm. More details available here.
Gemopai Miso Licence-Free Electric Moped
After teasing the tiny little e-scooter, Gemopai has finally launched the Miso in India. It offers a range of up to 75km per charge and a top speed of 25-35kmph. It’s designed to be minimalistic and cost-effective and weighs in at just 45kg. More details here.