Weekly News Wrap-up: Pulsar 150 Neon Updated, Chetak Electric Scooter Bookings, BS6 Honda CB Shine SP India Launch Details & More!
Here are the top five reports that made it to the front page in the past week
The past week didn’t pan out as we had imagined. There was no new launch from bike makers neither there was any new two-wheeler spotted on Indian roads. However, it wasn’t all downhill: there were a few reports that kept us excited throughout the week. From the updated Pulsar 150 Neon to the upcoming BS6-compliant Honda CB Shine SP, here’s what made the front page in the last week.
Honda's Next BS6 Product Could Be The CB Shine SP!
We already know that Honda is working on the BS6-compliant CB Shine SP, but when is it going to be launched? Well, we might have an answer for that. Honda has sent out a ‘Block Your Date’ invitation announcing that it will launch a new two-wheeler. Now, as the specifications of the BS6-compliant CB Shine SP were leaked a few weeks back, we think Honda might be planning to launch its first BS6-compliant motorcycle.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Receives A Minor Update:
Bajaj has launched the updated Pulsar 150 Neon at Rs 75,200 (ex-showroom, Delhi), which is exactly the same as before. Apart from the new tank extension, there are literally no changes whatsoever.
New Benelli India Motorcycles Arrival After BS6 Emission Deadline
2019 has been a great year for Benelli in India. The Italian bike maker already has 4 all new motorcycles: TRK Twins, the Leoncino 500, Leoncino 250 and the Imperiale 400. However, the manufacturer is planning to hold take a break as it will launch new products only post the April 2020 BS6 emission deadline. Head here for more details.
Bajaj Chetak Electric Scooter Online Bookings To Commence Soon
Earlier this month, Bajaj revived the iconic Chetak in an electric avatar and the company had shared limited information about the new electric Chetak. However, if you are planning to buy one, then you should read this.
Mahindra To Fully Acquire Peugeot Motocycles
Back in 2015, Mahindra had announced it had acquired 51 per cent stake in French two-wheeler manufacturer, Peugeot Motocycles. Now though, the Indian auto major has announced that it is planning to acquire 100 per cent of Peugeot. The brand is aiming to launch seven new products between now and 2021. But will any of these seven products come to India? Head here to know.