Here Xtreme 160R: Hero MotoCorp is expected to launch an updated version of its Xtreme 160R naked streetfighter on June 14. The new bike will feature upside-down front forks, updated styling, and new colour schemes.
Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler/Roadster: Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles will jointly launch a pair of motorcycles on July 5. The bikes, which will be available in 400cc and 250cc variants, will be manufactured at Bajaj's Chakan plant in Pune.
Harley-Davidson X440: The first motorcycle from the alliance of Hero and Harley-Davidson will be launched on July 3. The X440 is a neo-retro motorcycle powered by a 440cc single-cylinder engine. It will feature all LED lighting, a wide handlebar, and USD front forks.
Here is more information about each of the new bikes:
Hero Xtreme 160R: The updated Xtreme 160R will feature a number of changes over the current model. The most notable change will be the addition of upside-down front forks. These forks are expected to improve the handling and ride quality of the bike. The Xtreme 160R will also receive updated styling, including a new headlight, taillight, and fuel tank. The bike will also be available in a new colour scheme.
Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler & Roadster: The Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler and Roadster will be the first motorcycles to be jointly developed by Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles. The bikes will be based on Bajaj's Dominar platform and will be powered by a 400cc single-cylinder engine. The Scrambler will have a more off-road-oriented design, while the Roadster will have a more street-oriented design. Both bikes will be manufactured at Bajaj's Chakan plant in Pune.
Harley-Davidson X440: The Harley-Davidson X440 is a neo-retro motorcycle that will be the first motorcycle to be launched under the alliance of Hero and Harley-Davidson. The X440 is powered by a 440cc single-cylinder engine and will feature all LED lighting, a wide handlebar, and USD front forks. The X440 is expected to be priced competitively against other entry-level middleweight motorcycles in India.
These four new bikes offer a variety of choices for Indian riders. Whether you're looking for an updated naked streetfighter, a new scrambler or roadster, or a stylish neo-retro motorcycle, there's something for everyone.