Your weekly dose of motorbike updates: BMW G310 BS6 twins launch, Honda H’ness CB 350 costs and extra!

Your weekly dose of bike updates: BMW G310 BS6 twins launch, Honda H’ness CB 350 prices and more!

The final week was nothing wanting a carnival as we witnessed a brand new launch virtually each single day. From the debut of the brand new BMW G 310 siblings to the worth announcement of the Honda H’ness CB 350, there have been a bunch of recent developments. And to present you a fast recap, listed below are the highest 5 two-wheeler updates from the final week.

BMW G 310 R Action

2020 BMW G 310 R and G 310 GS BS6 launch

BMW Motorrad took the wraps off the 2020 editions of the G 310 R and the G 310 GS in India. And as we had already suspected, they’re priced a lot lesser than their BS4 counterparts. Priced at Rs 2.45 lakh, the R model is round Rs 54,000 cheaper than earlier than. In the meantime, the GS prices Rs 2.85 lakh which makes it Rs 64,000 extra inexpensive than the outgoing mannequin. Each bikes have obtained daring new paint schemes together with delicate bodywork adjustments and new options. Furthermore, the 312cc engine continues to supply 34bhp and 28Nm, regardless of the BS6-bound adjustments. 

BMW G 310 R Right Front Three Quarter

Honda H’ness CB 350 launch

After unveiling the H’ness CB 350 in India final month, Honda has now revealed its costs. The bike will probably be obtainable in DLX and DLX Professional trims that are pegged at Rs 1.85 lakh and Rs 1.90 lakh, respectively. What units them aside are completely different paint schemes and the presence of Honda Smartphone Voice Management system (HSVC) which comes solely within the extra premium Professional variant. The CB 350 boasts of a retro-inspired styling and runs a 20.8bhp, 348.36cc, single-cylinder motor. It competes towards the Royal Enfield Traditional 350, Benelli Imperiale 400 and the Jawa Normal.

BMW G 310 R Instrument Cluster

Suzuki Entry 125 and Burgman Road 125 get Bluetooth show

Suzuki has geared up its 125cc scooters, the Entry 125 and the Burgman Road 125, with a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster. The console pairs with the rider’s smartphone and offers entry to knowledge like turn-by-turn navigation, estimated time of arrival, message notification (incoming calls, WhatsApp and SMS), missed name alert, cellphone battery degree and over-speeding alert. It additionally permits monitoring the scooter’s final parked location and sharing journey info. 

BMW G 310 R Right Front Three Quarter

Hero Maestro Edge 125 Stealth version launch

The Hero Maestro Edge 125 is now obtainable in a fancier Stealth version which adorns a matte gray paint complemented by ‘Stealth’ crest badging, carbon fibre textured strips, white accents, and tone-on-tone stripes. For the brand new garments, the Maestro Edge calls for a marginal premium over the common color choices and carries a price ticket of Rs 72,950. Remainder of the elements of the scooter have been retained as they had been.

BMW G 310 R Right Side View

KTM 250 Journey launch quickly

The KTM 250 Journey was noticed testing in India in August 2020, hinting at its imminent launch. Now, our seller sources have revealed that KTM is extremely prone to launch the bike as early as this week. The 250 Journey will probably be positioned as a extra accessible and inexpensive various over the higher-spec 390 Journey. It can share its engine with the 250 Duke whereas a majority of its cycle components and styling will probably be equivalent to the 390 ADV. The bike is prone to be priced within the ballpark of Rs 2.5-2.6 lakh. 

(All costs are ex-showroom)

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