Monthly Roundup: Top 5 Bikes Launched In October 2023
Article by Drivio | 3rd Nov 23
The festive season brought an array of new two-wheelers to choose from.
- Royal Enfield kick started the festivities with the new Himalayan 452
- Kawasaki entered a new segment with the fun & affordable KLX110R L
- Honda expanded its neo-retro range with the stylish Honda CB300R
October 2023 was arguably one of the most happening months for the Indian two-wheeler space, as numerous auto manufacturers expanded their portfolios with fresh models and variants. Ranging from commuters to performance-oriented motorcycles, the launches catered to diverse preferences and budgets. Here's a summary of the top 5 bike launches last month:
1. Triumph Scrambler 400 X
Catering to the surging scrambler segment in India, Triumph Motorcycles introduced its accessible Scrambler 400 X roadster. Drawing inspiration from the iconic Bonneville, this retro-styled motorcycle blends classic cues with modern hardware.
|Specifications||Triumph Scrambler 400 X|
2. Bajaj Pulsar N150
Bajaj Auto expanded its entry-level lineup with the new Bajaj Pulsar N150 motorcycle equipped with a 150cc engine. Combining sporty styling with fuel efficiency, the N150 targets young buyers seeking an accessible performance commuter.
|Specifications||Bajaj Pulsar N150|
|Engine||149.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled|
3.Honda Hornet 2.0 Repsol Edition
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India marked the onset of the festive season by launching a special Repsol Honda edition of their Hornet 2.0 motorcycle. The striking new color scheme reflecting Honda's iconic racing DNA garnered much attention from enthusiasts.
|Specifications||Honda Hornet 2.0 Repsol Edition|
|Engine||184cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled|
4. Honda XL750 Transalp
In a welcome comeback, Honda relaunched the XL750 Transalp dual-purpose motorcycle in India last month. With its endure-friendly design, torquey engine and long-travel suspension, this retro-styled middleweight ADV promises to excel on everyday roads and mild off-roading.
|Specifications||Honda XL 750 Transalp|
5. Hero XPulse 200 4V
The updated Hero Xpulse 200 4V with a new 200cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine was introduced in the second half of October right before the festive season. This adventure tourer gets notable performance upgrades along with added features
|Specifications||Hero XPulse 200 4V|
|Engine||199.6cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled|