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  • Aishwarsh_Gadekar has asked a question about Interceptor 650

    Q. Does it has Quick shifter

    A. The new BS6-compliant motorcycle remains mechanically unchanged. There is a negligible 0.2PS drop in power, now rated at 47.45PS. The peak torque remains the same, at 52Nm, and the engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission along with an assist and slipper clutch. Thanks to the counterbalancer, the 648cc parallel twin air-cooled motor is refined even while cruising at triple-digit speeds on the highway.

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  • lavan_kumardasari has asked a question about Interceptor 650

    Q. I have classic 350, 2014. What your offer on exchange

    A. Exchange of a vehicle would depend on certain factors such as kilometers driven, physical condition, number of owners, etc. For detailed information and availability of the exchange offers, we suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership as the offers may vary.

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  • Sarvesh_Khunteta has asked a question about Interceptor 650

    Q. Honda Hness or Interceptor?

    A. Both the bikes are good in their forte. Honda has managed to capture the aura of a retro roadster but with a twist of modernity, which makes the new H’ness that much more attractive. It looks the part, is a comfortable bike, and has loads of features. Also, being a Honda, quality and reliability will be of the highest degree. H’ness is mighty impressive with its refinement and is a good bike to hustle in the city. But the lack of low-end torque makes the riding experience a bit less exciting. It's like a wonderfully cooked delicacy that hasn’t been seasoned properly. On the other, Interceptor’s BS6 continues to be the best value-for-money motorcycle in its segment. The BS6 powerplant sees a slight drop in top-end performance and in return, is more free-revving and refined. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6: Road Test Review..-Honda H’ness CB350 - Road Test Review.

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