Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India has unveiled the BS6 model of the CB300R at India Bike Week 2021. The updated CB300R will be assembled locally and will be launched in the Indian market in January 2022. It will be retailed through the brand’s premium dealership network. In addition, Japanese two-wheeler maker Honda H’Ness has launched an anniversary version of the CB350.
The company plans to expand its BigWing network from 88 to 100 outlets by March 2022. The CB300R engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It will get a 286cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, engine that will produce 30.4 PS of power at 8000 rpm. The CB300R BS4 model is priced at Rs 2.41 lakh (ex-showroom) in India. It competes with the KTM 390 Duke, which is priced between Rs 2.58 lakh and Rs 2.89 lakh.
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Harley-Davidson Sportstar S Bike Launch
Harley-Davidson has recently launched their new bike Harley-Davidson Sportsster S in India. The company has priced it at Rs 15.51 lakh (ex-showroom). With technologies such as liquid-cooling, dual overhead camshaft and variable valve timing, the Sportstar S is one of the company’s most advanced cruiser bikes.
The company is already selling this bike in the international market. The biggest feature of this bike is its 1250 cc liquid cooled, V-twin engine. The company’s Pan America 1250 Adventure Touring motorcycle also has the same engine. The engine generates 119.3bbhp of power and 127.4Nm of peak torque. This advanced engine is also equipped with a 6-speed gearbox and slipper clutch.
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In terms of features, it has a 4.0 inch TFT screen. This allows the smartphone to be connected via Bluetooth and can also take advantage of navigation. It also gets features like all-LED lighting, cruise control and tire pressure monitoring system. The bike has four riding modes – Road, Sports, Rain and Custom. It gets the Corning Enhanced Anti-Lock Braking System (C-ABS) which considers the lean angle of the motorcycle.