Here’s a list of the top two-wheeler news that caught our attention last week
The last week was quite a mixed bag for two-wheeler enthusiasts in the country, with the Ather 340 facing the axe while Bajaj increased the prices of the Pulsar and Dominar. However, it was not all gloom and doom as there were a couple of exciting launches too. Here’s the top five stories that you might have missed out on:
Bajaj, KTM Increase Prices Once Again!
If you were planning to buy a Bajaj Dominar or an Avenger or a Pulsar, then you might want to save up a bit more than before as the Pune-based bike maker has increased the price of these models again. Here’s how much more you’ll have to shell out now. And, it wasn’t just Bajaj, even KTM hiked the price of the 125 Duke and RC 125, making both these motorcycles even more expensive than before!
2020 TVS Apache RTR 200 4V To Get Bluetooth Connectivity
TVS is working on the all-new RTR 200 4V and now we’ve come to know that the next-gen RTR 200 4V will get an all-digital instrument cluster. The new unit will display information such as lean angle, G-force, gear distribution and Tour Mode!
Ather 340 Discontinued
Ather has discontinued the lower-spec Ather 340 all-electric scooter. The company says that 99 per cent of its customers preferred the top-spec Ather 450 over the base variant. Ather has also announced that it has started rolling out new OTA updates, which includes a third ride mode called ‘Eco.’ What does it do? Head here to find out.
TVS NTorq 125 Race Edition Launched
TVS has made the NTorq 125 even more sporty by adding a Race Edition variant to the lineup. The new variant gets major cosmetic changes over the standard variant and costs Rs 3,000 more than the standard disc brake variant. What do you get for the extra moolah? Click here to find out.
Yamaha-powered Hero Lectro EHX20 Electric Cycle Launched In India
Hero Cycles has launched a new electric cycle called the Lectro EHX20 in India at Rs 1.3 lakh! It gets a full-digital instrument cluster which displays useful information such as battery life, speed, different pedal-assist models, and more! The electric cycle comes equipped with hydraulic forks and hydraulic disc brakes at both ends.