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Top two-wheeler news for this week includes new motorcycles introduced in the Indian market, while some gets discontinued and others are on their way to the dealerships in the country. The on-going COVID-19 pandemic has delayed most product launch due to the lockdown.
Bajaj has introduced the BS6-compliant Dominar 400 in the Indian market. The new Bajaj Dominar 400 BS6 retails at Rs 1.91 lakh, ex-showroom (Delhi). The BS6 models continue to be powered by the same 373cc single-cylinder engine.
Apart from the engine getting a BS6 update rest of the motorcycle remains identical to its BS4 counterpart — here are more details.
In related news, the Bajaj Discover 125 & 110 motorcycles have been discontinued by the brand. Both the motorcycles have not received BS6 engine update from the brand.
Motor Company has launched the BS6 compliant TVS Radeon motorcycle in India starting at Rs 58,992. The BS6 Radeon continues to feature the same 109.7cc engine that powered the BS4 models. However, the updated engine is now fuel-injected.
The company claims 15% more fuel efficiency from the updated engine. Apart from the engine update, the motorcycle will continue to be offered in two variants and is one among the feature-packed commuter motorcycles —here are more details.
Yamaha FZ 25 and FZS 25 BS6 motorcycle have been teased on the company's official social media channel. The teaser photo reveals both the upcoming motorcycles to feature a new front fascia.
The Yamaha FZS 25 will be a new addition to the company's line-up in India. The changes on the upcoming BS6 motorcycles include a new headlamp cluster with the bi-functional LED unit. To know more about all the changes made to the motorcycle —click here.
Hero Motocorp are in the process of updating their 200cc motorcycle in the Indian market. Ahead of the launch, the company have teased the Hero Xtreme 200S, & the Xpulse 200T BS6 motorcycles on their website.
Along with the teaser, the company has revealed the specs of the upcoming Hero Xpulse 200 BS6 motorcycle ahead of its launch. The Xpulse 200 BS6 model now makes lesser power than the BS4 models. The updated BS6 engine now produces a maximum power of 17.8bhp at 8,500rpm and a peak torque of 16.4Nm at 6,400rpm - a 0.3bhp and a 0.7Nm torque lesser than the BS4 engine —here are more details.
Royal Enfield, has announced an extension in warranty and free services for its customers. The decision to extend the validity of the warranties and free service have been taken due to the nationwide lockdown announced in the country.
The company has said that validity for free services, and warranties expiring between 22 March and 14 April have been extended by two months —here are more details.
Thoughts About The Top Two-Wheeler News Of The Week
Most manufacturers have delayed their product launches due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. However, they have taken this opportunity to connect with their customers digitally. We expect more manufacturers to launch their BS6 motorcycles in India during this month. Whether it is a final goodbye to the Discover brand in India is yet to be seen.