Upcoming Bikes in February 2021 in India
6 new two-wheelers are likely to make their debut in February 2021
January was full of increased price and few new launches. Whereas February 2021 seems enthralling as there are quite a few new two wheelers that will launch in the next 3 weeks. The upcoming bikes of February 2021 are as follows:
TRIUMPH TRIDENT 660
The Trident 660 has launched in international markets by the Triumph, but we need to wait for it to launch in India. The bookings have already inaugrated with the token ammount of Rs 50,000. Also Triumph affirms that the Trident 660 is the most budget friendly motorcycle in its lineup. In UK the triumph rated the Trident at GBP 7,200 (approximately Rs 7 lakh). What price tag it will carry in India? Is something to look forward.
HONDA 350X SCRAMBLER
However, Honda gave a prevue of its new Scrambler motorcycle and form on the lately launched H’ness CB350. Besides Honda didn’t reveal everything, indeed referring the brand’s ADV bike nomenclature, we suppose it to name as the Honda CB350X Scrambler.
TRIUMPH TIGER SPORT 850
Since the Triumph started 2021 with the Speed Triple 1200 RS and is likely to launch the Tiger Sport 850 in this month. Whereas in the Tiger lineup the Triumph Tiger 850 certainly intends to be the most feasible and offering.
2021 ROYAL ENFIELD HIMALAYAN
While there was not a perfect start for the Royal Enfield Himalayan. Over the past few years the indigenously developed ADV bike in India has upgraded and made its own way. Actually, the BS6 update, the Himalayan at the end survived and justified its potential. As if now Royal Enfield has plans to launch an upgraded Himalayan in 2021 and the mass production for the Himalayan has also been suspended.
NEW JAWA 42
The Jawa 42 was detected with some new upgrades. The spoked wheels are replaced with alloy units. Whereas the front fork engine and other bits sustained a sneaked black treatment. There are no significant mechanical changes in the engine, suspension and the braking hardware. Its seems the bike is in production stage and is likely to launch in the first half of February.
Also the Kabira KM 4000 was recognized testing in Goa, as it was predicted to launch in this month. Since the headlight of the test mule’s were oddly same as the Yamaha FZ-Fi also the body panels echoed the Tork T6X electric bike. If the siblings, the Kabira KM 4000 and the KM 3000 shares the powertrain, we presume it to have a 3kW BLDC hub motor and a 3.44kW lithium-ion battery. Apart from this Kabira affirms an approximate range of 85km and top speed of 80kmph.
Rs 1.10 lakh (ex showroom) is the expected price for the Kabira KM 4000 electric bike. And its only competitor is the Revolt RV 400 in the EV segment.
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