₹1.95 - 2.40 Lakh(Expected Price)
Expected Launch :
Jan 2020

About HONDA CBR 300R

Expected Launch : December 20120 Expected Price : 1.95 to 2.40 Lakh Honda CBR300 is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

Trending bike newsThe Pune based electric motorcycle company Tork first announced their presence back in 2016. However, since then no vehicle had rolled out from their garage till date.

Recently the Tork T6X bike was seen test driving in its production ready specs. The exterior of the bike appeared similar to that of its concept which was first showcased 2 years back, but the side panels were not present showcasing its trellis frame. We are not quite sure if this will be the case in the production ready model as well.

The front forks are telescopic unit and the rear monoshock. The instrument cluster is a TFT unit that will act as an interface between the user and the machine with a lot of information, that is shared through smartphone connectivity option.

The motor will feature a 6kw unit that produces 27Nm of torque as we learnt already. The top speed is set to be limited to 100kmph. Back in the time when it was showcased, the LI-ion battery was claimed to cover 100km in a single charge with 80% of battery charged in 60mins and full charge will take around 2 hours.

As per reports, the bike will be launched in the country’s top tier cities with prices ranging at Rs.1,25,000 and says that it will be more cost effective during the run as the amount spent to fully charge the battery will be less than 20 bucks.

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Trending bike newsFor past 2 decades, Suzuki Hayabusa has been one of the most loved and respected bikes by all motorcyclists. This model had not seen any major change in the past years. Neither it had any other rivals other than the Kawasaki ZX-14R. Hayabusa has remained to be a king of its own class.

Being the most respected bike in the market, it has passed three generations with only minor changes. The latest model has now been released in India and the bookings for it have already begun earlier in December 2018. Bookings were being accepted at an advance amount of Rs.1 lakh. The price revision on this new upgrade is meager too from Rs.13.65 lakh to Rs.13.74 lakh, thanks to Suzuki for the localized production. This bike is built as a CKD assembled in SMIPL factory in Manesa, Gurugram.

The new iteration of Hayabusa is powered by the same engine which is a 1340cc unit producing 197bhp of power and 115Nm of torque. It also gets new paint schemes with Metallic Oort grey and Glam Sparkle black.

Hayabusa is now not available in the European market due to its emission norms and soon will be not available in India too as this engine is not a BS VI complaint, but to sort this out Suzuki is working on a Turbocharged engine that will replace the existing one to meet the power and comply with emission norms.

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