Weekly News Wrapup: KTM 250 Adventure Launch Soon, Royal Enfield 650 Cruiser Spied, Festive Season Offers And More!
Modified On Oct 19, 2020 09:26 AM By Gaurav Sadanand
We bring you the top five two-wheeler news stories that made headlines this week
The past couple of weeks have been quite eventful with new two-wheeler launches, updated models, and colour options hitting the market. The trend continues this week as well. So, just in case you missed out, here’s a summary of the top five two-wheeler stories:
2021 Honda Forza 350 Details Revealed
Honda’s been rolling out a number of models for 2020 including its updated Forza range. The brand earlier had plans of introducing the Forza 300 in India, however, the introduction of the 2021 Forza 350 has led to a change in plans. The Japanese brand may soon introduce the larger, more powerful Euro 5-compliant Forza 350 here, instead of the Forza 300. More details here.
KTM 250 Adventure India Launch Soon
Leaked images from a dealer presentation suggest KTM is setting the stage to launch its most affordable ADV, the 250 Adventure. Head here for all the juicy details.
Royal Enfield 650 Cruiser Spied, Meteor Launch Delayed, 3D Configurator
A lot is going on behind the scenes for Royal Enfield. The brand’s new 650 cruiser has been spotted yet again in what could be the clearest images yet. More details here. Next up from Royal Enfield’s stable is the launch of the much-awaited Meteor 350 getting delayed yet again. Here’ why?
Last but not the least, the company has launched its first ever 3D configurator app which allows customers to personalise their bikes even before booking them.
Yamaha FZS-FI v3 Dark Knight Gets Bluetooth Connectivity
Yamaha is the next manufacturer after TVS and Suzuki to have launched Bluetooth connected consoles on its two-wheelers. The first of which comes with the FZS-FI V3 Dark Knight Edition. What features does it have to offer? Head here to find out.
Festive Season Offers
It’s raining offers this festive season which means it's the perfect opportunity to pick up a new two-wheeler. You could save up to Rs 11,000 if you were to buy a Honda product or head down to any TVS showroom showroom and pick up a bike or a scooter with low EMI schemes, low rate of interest, and 100 percent funding.