New Delhi: If you are planning to get a new two wheeler, we are giving you information on everything from sports bikes to electric scooters that are going to be launched this month. This list includes Bounce, Harley-Davidson, Yezdi Roadking ADV (Yezdi Roadking), KTM RC 390 (KTM RC390). At the top of this list, let us give you information about electric scooters.
Bounce Infinity Electric Scooter
On December 2, the Bangalore-based company Bounce will launch its first electric scooter, the Bounce Infinity Electric Scooter. This is an advanced ‘Made in India’ scooter. You can book Bounce Infinity with a token amount of Rs 499. The company may launch the scooter at an ex-showroom price of Rs 92,000. The company will also offer ‘Battery SA Service’ option with Infinity. After choosing this option, the price of the scooter can be around Rs 60,000. In this option, customers will have the option to purchase the Bounce Infinity Electric Scooter at an affordable price without the battery and use the bounce battery swapping network instead.
Harley Davidson Sportstar S.
American company Harley-Davidson has already announced the launch of their new bikes in India in December. The company is going to launch Sportstar S in India Bike Week to be held on 4-5 December. Harley has also started pre-booking. The company has listed this upcoming bike in 3 color options on their website in India. The Sportstar S can cost around Rs 14-15 lakh. It will be powered by a 1250cc liquid-cooled V-Twin engine that will be able to generate 121bhp of power and 127Nm of torque.
Yezdi Roadking ADV
Classic Legends, a company owned by Mahindra & Mahindra, is set to launch the Yezdi Roadking ADV in the Indian market soon. Although there is no confirmation of its launch date, it is expected to hit the market in the next few weeks. It will compete with Royal Enfield Himalayas in the market. Some of the recently posted pictures show the Himalayas looking like a Yezdi adventure. It can use the 293 cc engine used in Java. In addition, this bike will have a digital instrument console, LED taillights and dual-channel ABS.
KTM RC390: Launching the new RC200 earlier this year, KTM announced that it would soon launch the new-gen RC390 in India as well. The updated sportsbike from this orange machine maker is expected to arrive in India in the next few weeks. The RC390 will have an adjustable handlebar, folding rear brake and gear shift lever. The sports bike has a 13.7-liter fuel tank, which is larger than the current model. The KTM RC 390 will be powered by a 373cc single cylinder liquid cooled engine, capable of producing 44 bhp of power and 35Nm of torque. It can be offered with a 6 speed gearbox.