Upcoming Two Wheelers Launch In India | New Two Wheeler Launch In India

Top 10 New Two Wheelers Upcoming Bikes In India | Upcoming Scooters In India

In the upcoming months, two-wheeler brands plan to introduce new motorcycles and scooters in all price ranges, from entry-level to premium.During this festive season, a number of manufacturers, including Hero MotoCorp, Honda, Bajaj Auto, TVS, Kawasaki, and others, plan to release new motorcycles and scooters. Here is a preview of what is to come.

1. Bajaj Pulsar N150

The new tubular frame from Bajaj Auto, which made its debut in the Pulsar N250 and F250, has been expanding quickly. The N150, which will follow the recently released N160, is anticipated to appear in the coming weeks. It will have a similar design to its quarter-liter siblings and a new 150 cc engine that is derived from the N160’s motor.

2. Kawasaki W175

On September 25, 2022, India is expected to receive the W175 entry-level motorcycle. Although Kawasaki has already stated that it will be a W series model, it has not yet revealed its name. In our opinion, introducing the W250 instead of the W175 would make a lot of sense. If it is the W175, it will compete in price with the TVS Ronin and the Royal Enfield Hunter.

3. Hero Vida Electric Scooter

The first electric scooter from Hero’s EV-only sub-brand Vida will be unveiled on October 7, 2022, according to an eventful announcement made a few months ago. In order to compete with the TVS iQube and Bajaj Chetak, it may have a hub motor instead of the mid-mounted motor previously shown on a prototype. It may also have a competitive price of around Rs. 1 lakh (ex-showroom). In addition, the company will release the Maestro Xoom 110, as we exclusively reported.

4. New-Gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350

In its nearly-production form, the new generation Bullet 350 has been spotted testing on public roads numerous times. When it is released, it will probably be the brand’s most affordable model because it may rank below the Hunter 350. The 349 cc OHC engine and double cradle chassis will be used, making it the same hardware as the Classic 350.

5. Royal Enfield Shotgun 650

Although official information is still pending, it is believed that the Shotgun 650 will make its public debut alongside the Super Meteor 650 at the EICMA show. Alternatively, RE may use Ride Mania to debut one or more new products. The Shotgun 650, which will be powered by the well-known 648 cc parallel twin, is the production version of the SG650 concept unveiled at the 2017 EICMA show.

6. Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650

The Super Meteor 650 and Shotgun 650 are anticipated to be unveiled by Royal Enfield at the 2022 EICMA show in Milan, Italy. It will utilise the 650 Twins platform that is currently in use. When it debuts, the Super Meteor 650 will take over as the top cruiser, and it will have features like upside-down front forks (first for RE).

7. Updated TVS Apache RTR 160 4V

The TVS Apache RTR 150 4V is already a well-equipped motorcycle, but a recent spy photo showing a larger exhaust system raises the possibility that an updated model with possibly greater performance while still adhering to upcoming emission standards is on the way. However, it’s unlikely that there will be any significant feature or graphical updates.

8. Updated Hero Xpulse 200T

In the upcoming weeks, the updated Xpulse 200T is anticipated to go on sale, and it might come with the 200 cc 4V engine. Additionally, it will receive cosmetic updates like a new fly screen, grab rail, belly pan, etc. It will be put in front of the current Xpulse 200 4V.

9. Honda Entry-Level Bike

One of the three upcoming two-wheelers that Honda has confirmed will be an all-new 100 cc motorcycle designed to compete with Hero Splendor. It will be very reasonably priced and have a high fuel efficiency to appeal to consumers who buy in bulk.

10. Honda New 125 cc Scooter

The upcoming line-up of two-wheelers from Honda will probably also include a 125 cc scooter. It might compete with Suzuki Avenis and TVS Ntorq 125 in the market.

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