India’s two-wheeler industry was quite vibrant in July 2023. Because Harley Davidson X440 and Triumph Speed 400 were launched in this country last month. Do not think that August will return empty handed. There is good news for two-wheeler lovers this month too. As per the reports so far, a total of six bikes and scooters are going to be launched. This includes electric models as well as petrol two-wheelers. Let’s know about them in detail.
Hero Karizma XMR 210
Hero is going to bring back its once flagship motorcycle Kraizma with a new version this month. The bike will come with liquid cooled engine and name Karizma XMR 210. It is set to replace Hero’s new flagship bike. August 29 has been designated as the launch date of the bike in the country. The Karisma XMR 210 is likely to be priced at Rs 1.75 lakh (ex-showroom).
Aether is gearing up to launch its affordable electric scooter 450S this month. The company’s flagship model will enter the market with the same 3 batteries and electric motor as the 450X. However, some cuts will be made in its features to keep the price cheap. Instead of Google Map based navigation, it may offer LED console and turn by turn navigation.
Royal Enfield Bullet 350
After a long time, Royal Enfield is going to launch a new version of their oldest model Bullet 350. It will be based on a 349 cc, J-series engine. It will produce 20 bhp of power and 27 Nm of torque. The bike is appearing in the market on August 31. The price is expected to be Rs 1.60 lakh (ex-showroom).
TVS is yet to announce the price of the ST, the top-end variant of the iQube. This time they have started to launch a cheap electric scooter. It is expected to be based on the previously shown Creon concept model. It will debut on August 23.
Ola S1 Pro Classic
For those who love retro look scooters, Ola is going to put a smile on their faces. This month the company is reportedly bringing the Classic variant of the S1 Pro. To highlight the scooter will have a bunch of retro accessories. Which includes a tall visor and pillion backrest.
Honda Sporty 160cc Bike
Honda will launch their 160cc sports bike in August. However, the detailed information in this context has not yet come forward. The upcoming model is expected to come as a sporty version of the Honda Unicorn. For example, the company brought the SP 125 as a sporty version of the Honda Shine 125.