Weekly News Wrap-up: KTM 390 Adventure Spotted Yet Again, Jawa’s Fuel Efficiency Revealed, A Hardcore XPulse & More!
Here are the top five news stories that grabbed the most eyeballs
The past week witnessed the KTM 390 Adventure prowling on Indian streets to Jawa revealing the efficiency numbers of its models. Here’s everything that happened in the two-wheeler world in small digestible bites.
1: KTM 390 Adventure spotted once again:
Yes, even we are as eager as you to see the first production-ready KTM 390 Adventure. The adventure bike was spotted yet again prowling the streets. This time, we got a closer look at the stationery test mule, giving us a bit more information about the motorcycle. Head here for our detailed report.
2: Jawa reveals fuel efficiency figures for Jawa and Forty Two:
Jawa has officially revealed the fuel efficiency figures for the Jawa and Forty Two. Is it more than its arch-rival, the Classic 350? Does it deliver more than the Mojo on which its engine is based? Click here for the answer.
3: An even hardcore XPulse on the cards?
You may be well aware that Hero is set to launch the XPulse 200 in India by the end of this month. And as per our sources, Hero is not only going to launch the XPulse 200 and the XPulse 200T, but it will also showcase a mystery bike. We think that this might be a more off-road-centric version of the XPulse 200. To know more about this mystery off-roader, click here.
4: CFMoto to launch three bikes next month:
Chinese bikemaker CFMoto is all set to enter the Indian two-wheeler market next month. It is bringing not one, but three motorcycles with it, with two more bikes to arrive post-Diwali. To Know more about the models and CFMoto’s future plans, click here.
5: Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 spotted again:
Husqvarna’s upcoming cafe racer, the Vitpilen 401, was recently spotted in India. And by the looks of it, the company has Indianised the motorcycle to quite an extent. The test mule that was spotted was seen featuring KTM 390 Duke-derived alloy wheels shod with MRF block pattern tyres and a different exhaust route. Want to know more about the upcoming Husqvarna? Head here.