Weekly News Wrapup: BS6 KTM 250 Duke Launch, Yamaha & TVS Price Hikes, B6 Jawas And More
Published On Aug 8, 2020 10:19 AM By Arun Mohan Nadar
A new bike launch, plethora of price hikes, exclusive news and more. The past week was busy as ever.
The last week was rather an interesting one for two-wheelers. From new vikes being unveiled to massive price hikes, the world of two-wheelers was constantly abuzz. Check out the top five news of the week:
1. KTM 250 Duke Gets Enlightened
Earlier this year, KTM gave the 250 Duke a BS6 update and also gave it some interesting new paint schemes. The Austrian brand has given its 250cc offering another facelift as the 250 Duke now features an LED headlight and DRLs as seen on the KTM 39 Duke. More importantly this new update doesn’t come at a massive premium. Read all the details here - KTM 250 Duke BS6 With LED Headlight Officially Launched.
2. Honda CBR100ORR-R Fireblade’s Shocker
Honda is prepping up to launch its most powerful bike in India. Bookings for the Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade and the Fireblade SP have commenced for a token amount of Rs 3 lakh. The upcoming superbike has received a complete overhaul and you can read about it here - Honda CBR1000RR-R Fireblade Top 5 Highlights. We have also got exclusive details about the bike's pricing and all we can say is that it will shock you!
3. Prices Soar
If you were planning to buy TVS or Yamaha two-wheelers we have some bad news as both the brands hiked prices for its two-wheeler range. Following are the two-wheelers that received a price hike.
4. Benelli TNT 350 Breaks Cover
The upcoming Benelli TNT 350 has been revealed. It receives a complete redesign and a new 353cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin motor. The new bike is an important product for Benelli as the upcoming Harley-Davidson 350 bike will be based on it. Read all the details of the new bike here - Benelli TNT 350 Unveiled.
5. BS6 Jawas Hit The Road
Soon after commencing deliveries of the much-hyped Jawa Perak, the brand has started deliveries for the Jawa and Jawa BS6 across India. The Mahindra-owned brand also announced that it has made some improvements on the new bikes and you can read about it here.