Auto News Highlights:- Honda CB150R Streetfire’s Price Revealed, Yamaha YZF-R7 Supersport Teased, Special edition Husqvarna Vitpilen 701, Honda H’Ness CB350 Price Hike, Tata Motors To Hike Prices.
Honda CB150R Streetfire Price To Start from IDR 29,700,00(1.51 lakh)
Honda has presented the new CB150R naked road bike for the Indonesian and Malaysian markets. The bike will be available in two variations – standard and special edition. Costs for the Honda CB150R Streetfire start from IDR 29,700,00, which converts to ₹ 1.51 lakh.
With the new yearly update, the bike has some prominent updates. The energetic 150 cc commuter currently includes a huge number of new boards and bodywork alongside a re-planned fuel tank. For the record, this tank capacity is12 liters. The higher-spec exceptional version model gets blackish engine covers. A 3D logo on the slew of new panels and bodywork along with a re-designed fuel tank.
Some other new highlights on the road bike incorporate full LED lighting, a tightened handlebar, and another all-advanced instrument board. The meter comfort is adequate to show data, for example. The stuff position pointer, fuel status, and ordinary pieces like speed, which fires up too.
At the core of the Honda CB150R sits a 149 cc DOHC single-cylinder engine. This powertrain is made for pushing out 16 bhp of greatest force at 9,000 rpm alongside 13.7 Nm of pinnacle force at 7,000 rpm. The bike comes with a 6-speed transmission alternative.
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Yamaha YZF-R7 Supersport Teased Ahead Global Debut
Yamaha Motor Europe has carried out a video indicating that the supposed Yamaha YZF-R7 supersport. The teaser video shows a brief look at a course and streets. Proposing that the upcoming bike could wear sport friendlier riding ergonomics than the discontinued YZF-R6.
The new R-series supersport cruiser from Yamaha could be used to fill in the gap left by the departure of the popular YZF-R6. That actually has a cult following particularly in the business sectors like Europe and the US. A recent document with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) indicated the name YZF-R7. Yet solid subtleties are probably going to break out sooner than later.
For the uninitiated, the spilled records additionally pointed towards two distinct variations which could be dispatched at various costs. These variations may vary regarding gear and highlights set.
Special Edition Husqvarna Vitpilen 701 With Only 10 Units To Be Made
Husqvarna Motorcycles in collaboration with the Italian garments brand, REPLAY presented the special edition Vitpilen 701 model. Other than this, Husqvarna has likewise presented more limited spec models, for example, 701 Supermoto, and 701 Enduro LR.
Each one of the cruisers will be restricted to only 10 units. And will be made accessible in new shading design and logos reflecting the brands’ collaboration.
For the record, both the brands recently met up in 2020 to present limeted edition models. The brand logo of REPLAY was likewise shown on the Husqvarna Moto3 cruisers when the Swedish bicycle producer reappeared the Moto3 World Championship.
The most recent middleweight limited edition models profit by new color, designs and special accessories. The Vitpilen 701 is the bigger version to the Vitpilen 250 which is available in the Indian market.
Honda H’Ness CB350 Price Hike
Honda H’Ness 350, the retro exemplary cruiser launched in late-2020. Has ended up being a nicely effective item for the CBR producer in India. Since its launch, the bike has value climbs fast and for May 2021, The Meteor 350 opponent has ended up being marginally costlier once again.
Honda has a cost up of the two variations of the H’Ness CB350. The bicycle has now become dearer by ₹ 3,405. While the Deluxe trim is currently available at ₹189,905, the Deluxe Pro variation is evaluated at ₹195,905. The two costs are ex-showroom, Delhi.
The H’Ness CB 350 is sold through Honda’s 5 BigWing Topline and 18 BigWing dealerships in India. It is a rival to the Royal Enfield Meteor 350.
The H’Ness CB 350 sources power from a 349 cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that siphons out 20.8 bhp of force at 5,500 rpm and 30 Nm of torque force at 3,000 rpm. The engines comes with a 5-speed manual transmission.
Tata Motors To Hike Prices Of There Cars
Tata Motors has chosen to increase the costs of its passenger vehicles across its fleet from May 8. The Indian vehicle manufacturer said that cost of Tata vehicles will go up by a normal of 1.8% from tomorrow.
Tata Motors’ declaration comes in the midst of a few carmakers going for value climbs on select models. Tata Motors said that the prices of commodities be one of the explanations for its choice.
The climbs will be relevant on all Tata Motors passenger vehicles and the measure of the climb will rely upon the variations and models. Notwithstanding, the carmaker has guaranteed its clients who will book their vehicles before the end of the day. It said bookings prior to May 7 won’t be influenced by this climb.