Two-wheelers Launched In August 2022: Royal Enfield Hunter 350, Ola S1, Honda Activa Premium And More

Published On Aug 31, 2022 10:12 AM By Manaal Mahatme for Honda Activa 6G

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From scooters to swanky litre-class motorcycles, this month saw it all

August 2022 turned out to be a busy month for the two-wheeler market, with as many as 10 launches, including some surprises and some hotly anticipated products. Here’s a look at the two-wheelers launched this month:

Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Countless spy shots and speculations later, Royal Enfield launched the highly awaited Hunter 350 in India in three variants. It is the most affordable J platform motorcycle on sale right now from the Indian bikemaker. We have already ridden the retro roadster, and here’s everything you need to know about it.

Honda CB300F

BigWing India, Honda’s premium motorcycle sub-brand, launched the new streetfighter with a price tag of Rs 2.26 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) onwards. If you are interested in knowing more about the new CB300F, check out our first ride review.

Ola S1

Exactly a year after launching the Ola S1 Pro, Ola has now launched the more affordable iteration of the electric scooter. The S1 gets a bunch of features from the S1 Pro, and doesn’t compromise much in terms of features either. Check out our launch story for all the details.

Honda Activa Premium Edition

India’s top-selling scooter debuted with a new special edition model. The Activa 6G Premium Edition comes in three new colours and flaunts a bunch of aesthetic changes. Read our launch story for the details of this Activa.

Bajaj CT 125X

After spy shots surfaced on the internet, Bajaj silently launched the CT 125X in India. This is the most affordable motorcycle in this segment on sale right now and features a unique, rugged styling. It even packs modern features like a USB charger and LED DRL. Find out more details in our launch story.

Keeway Benda V302C

In a surprise move, Keeway launched the new Benda V302C cruiser in India. The Chinese-Hungarian brand already has the K-Light 250V V-twin cruiser on sale here, and just like the quarter-litre cruiser, the 300cc sibling demands a hefty price tag.  

Harley-Davidson Nightster

The American cruiser giant finally launched its lightest motorcycle ever. Unfortunately, the Harley-Davidson Nightster isn’t light on the pocket, as it will set you back by Rs 14.99 lakh (ex-showroom India). Read our launch story for all the details.

2022 Ducati Panigale V4

Ducati’s launch streak brought the updated Panigale V4 range to the Indian market. The Italian marque launched the Standard, S and the SP2 variants here. From aesthetic updates to technical upgrades, the new Panigale V4 range features a bunch of changes. Read all about it in this story.

Ducati Streetfighter V2

The Ducati Streetfighter V2 also made its Indian debut with a price tag of Rs 17.25 lakh (ex-showroom India). It takes design inspiration from the Streetfighter V4 and packs the same superquadro 950cc mill from the Panigale V2. More details in our launch story.

Honda Shine Celebration Edition

The Japanese bikemaker launched the special edition of its successful commuter at the onset of the festive season. Just like the Activa Premium Edition, the Shine Celebration Edition gets only some minor cosmetic changes

Honda Dio Sports

The popular 110cc scooter was given a sporty treatment this month with the launch of the new variant. The Honda Dio Sports features new paint schemes and graphics, complimented by a red rear shock absorber. Its top variant even features sporty alloy wheels. Find out all the details in our launch story.

Yamaha also launched the Monster Energy MotoGP Edition of the MT-15 Version 2.0, R15M, Aerox and the RayZR 125 Hybrid in our market. All the products get a reasonable price bump compared to the standard variants.

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