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Chinese-owned Hungarian motorcycle manufacturer Keeway has launched the K300 N & K300 R motorcycles in India. Prices for the Keeway K300 N start at Rs 2.65 lakh while the starting price for the K300 R is Rs 2.99 lakh.
Keeway K300 N & K300 R - Price List & Colour Options
The naked Keeway K300N is offered in three matte colour options - Matte White, Matte Red, and Matte Black. The Matte White version of the K300N is priced at Rs 2.65 lakh while the Matte Red version of the bike commands a price tag of Rs 2.75 lakh. The Matte Black version of the Keeway K300N is priced at Rs 2.85 lakh.
The faired Keeway K300R sports bike is offered in three glossy colour options - Glossy White, Glossy Red, and Glossy Black. The Glossy White K300R is priced at Rs 2.99 Lakh while the Glossy Red variant of the faired bike commands a price tag of Rs 3.10 Lakh. The Glossy Black K300R is the most expensive of the colour options at Rs 3.20 lakh.
*Please Note - All Prices Mentioned are ex-showroom, India.
Keeway K300 N & K300 R - Specs & Dimensions
Both the Keeway K300 N & K300 R draw power from the same liquid-cooled 292.4cc single cylinder engine that produces 27.12bhp at 8,750rpm and 25Nm of peak torque at 7,000rpm. Both bikes sport the same 6-speed gearbox and chain drive setup.
Taking care of the rough stuff on both the K300 bikes from Keeway are a set of 37mm upside down forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. Both the K300 N and K300 R sport a 292mm disc brake with four-piston callipers at the front and a 220mm disc at the rear with single piston callipers to take care of the braking duties. The all-disc system is aided by dual-channel ABS.
Both the Keeway K300 N and Keeway K300 R ride on 17-inch alloy wheels that are shod with a 110/70 tyre at the front and 140/60 tyre at the rear.
The Keeway K300 N is 1,990mm long, 780mm wide and 1,070mm tall. The K300 N has a 1,360mm long wheelbase and offers a ground clearance of 150mm while weighing in at 151 kilos. The Keeway K300 N's seat sits 795mm above the ground and its fuel tank can hold 12.5-litres of fuel.
The Keeway K300 R is 2,010mm long, 750mm wide and 1,080mm tall. The K300 R has a 1,360mm long wheelbase and offers a ground clearance of 135mm while weighing in at 165 kilos. The Keeway K300 N's seat sits 780mm above the ground and its fuel tank can hold 12-litres of fuel.
Speaking at the launch of the two bikes, Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director, Keeway India, said, "I am happy to launch the all-new K300 N and K300 R, we are assured that these two splendid machines will exhilarate the consumers with their stunning looks and performance. These Twin motorcycles are sure to resonate with the young Indian motorcyclist looking for a sub 300 cc motorcycle unique in design and fun to ride."
Both the Keeway K300 N and K300 R will be available for test rides today. Bookings also open today for Rs 10,000 and deliveries will begin at the end of the month.
Thoughts About The Keeway K300 N and K300 R
With the arrival of the new K300 N and K300 R, Keeway has finally entered the entry-level sports bike segment in India. However, the price tags and the small after-sales service setup may keep riders away from the two Keeway sports bikes for now.