Weekly News Wrap-Up: Bajaj Pulsar BS6 Prices & Power Revealed, TVS BS6 Lineup Prices Revealed, Royal Enfield 650 Twins Prices Confirmed And More!

Published On Feb 15, 2020 10:01 AM By Gaurav Sadanand

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All the two-wheeler action that transpired during this week under one roof

Been living under a rock for the past week and eager to catch up on all things on two wheels? Well, here are the top five two-wheeler new stories of the week that need mentioning and your attention.


Bajaj Pulsar BS6 Prices & Power Revealed

We’ve managed to get our hands on the price list of Bajaj’s entire BS6 portfolio. Oh, and as a bonus, we’ve revealed specifications of some of the models. You can read all about it in the following links. 

Bajaj Pulsar 150 BS6

Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon, 150 Neon, 180 Neon And NS160 

Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6, Pulsar 180F Neon BS6 

Pulsar NS200 and RS200

Bajaj Avenger Range


TVS BS6 Prices:

Joining the BS6 brigade is TVS with a couple of its bikes and scooters, including the NTorq 125, XL100 and the Radeon. Some of them are likely to feature fuel injection while some might make do with an e-carb, just like the BS6 Bajaj CT100. Click on the following links for more information.

TVS NTorq 125 BS6


TVS Radeon BS6


Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Continental GT BS6 Prices Confirmed

Aaaand the BS6 bikes just keep rolling in. Next up is the Interceptor 650, Continental GT which now cost Rs 8,000 to Rs 9,000 more than their BS4 counterparts. They are expected to be launched by the end of February 2020. Head here for more information.


Honda Dio BS6 Launched

The Honda Dio deserves a special mention as its been majorly reworked for 2020 with a truck-load of features on offer aside from its engine. Honda’s ACG starter, an external fuel-filler cap, an engine kill switch and extra storage are just a few of them. Click here for more information.


Aprilia 250cc-300cc Bike Launch Delayed

Aprilia’s much-awaited 250cc-300cc has been delayed due to complications in the new vehicle platform. The bikes are not only meant for India but also for the global market which requires extensive R&D. They are likely to be manufactured at the company’s Baramati plant in Maharashtra. More information available here.

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