Weekly News Wrapup: Honda H’ness, Harley Exits India, Cheaper TVS Apache RTR 200 4V And More

Modified On Sep 26, 2020 09:51 AM By Arun Mohan Nadar for Honda Hness CB350

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Here are the top 5 news highlights from the past week 

Weekly News Wrapup

The last week has been a very tumultuous one for the Indian two-wheeler industry as Harley-Davidson announced that it will be exiting from our country. On the bright side, we saw a couple of new launches and Honda is gearing up to launch its most important new bike of 2020 to take on Royal Enfield. So here are the top five two-wheelers stories that made headlines this week.


1, Harley-Davidson Shuts India Operations

The biggest news of the week has to be the one of the iconic America brand exiting India due to poor sales and part of its new ‘Rewire’ strategy. Find out how it will affect sales and service for existing Harley owners and the details of the big announcement here. 


2, Honda’s Royal Highness 

Last week, Honda released a teaser of its upcoming motorcycle. From the exhaust note of the new teaser, we could figure out that the bike will be powered by a long-stroke, air-cooled single, signalling that it will be a rival to the Royal Enfield Classic 350. Head here for more information on the new Honda Cruiser bike. 


3, Apache RTR 200 4V Becomes Affordable

TVS introduced a single-channel ABS version of the Apache RTR 200 4V. Apart from the revised safety feature, there have been no changes made to the 200cc bike. Has it reduced the price of the bike, though? Head here for the answer. 


4, Pulsar NS 200 Gets Sportier

Bajaj has released a new ad in which the updated Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 can be seen. The new Pulsar NS 200 gets a new fiery red shade that makes the bike look sportier. Head here for details. 


5, Okinawa Oki110 Exclusive Details

The Okinawa Oki110 grabbed a lot of attention at the 2020 Auto Expo and why wouldn’t it. The electric prototype looked like a scaled down version of the iconic Ducati Monster. At the Auto Expo, Okinawa hadn’t confirmed whether or not it will be launched in India. However, in an exclusive interaction with Okinawa’s Managing Director, Jeetender Sharma, we have got details about the launch, price, and range of the upcoming electric bike.

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