Top 5 two-wheeler launch taking place in India this March
Article by Drivio | 9th Mar 23
All the two-wheelers will be a rather important part of their brand’s portfolio, and could possibly cause a disruption in their segment too.
- The Royal Enfield 650 twins will finally get alloy wheels, a USB charger and new colours.
- KTM will equip the 390 Adventure with spoke wheels, something we’ve been wanting forever.
- The TVS iQube ST will pack substantially more range and storage space than the iQube S.
From modest 100cc commuters to extremely capable ADVs that promise a lot of mud-slinging action, March promises to have something new for everyone. Here're the two-wheelers that’ll come our way this month:
The TVS iQube ST is the first and only electric two-wheeler on this list. Yes, we know it's been a long time since the brand updated the iQube lineup, and we've been waiting for the e-scoot ever since. We did catch a glimpse of it at the Auto Expo 2023 and it could be launched sometime this month.
Honda 100cc Commuter Bike
Honda has been working on a 100cc commuter bike and patent leaks have revealed that the bike may have a sloper engine. It’s all set to be launched on March 15, and we expect it to be priced very aggressively to compete with the Hero Splendor.
This month, Royal Enfield's retro beauties, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and the Continental GT 650, will also receive important updates. Tubeless alloys, LED headlights, USB charging, and other modern features will be added to the classic bikes.
The KTM 390 Adventure, on the other hand, will ditch its alloys in favour of spoke wheels. With the ADV having been updated globally about a month ago, we anticipate that KTM India will do the same with the model sold here later this month.
All and all, the month of March 2023 promises to have something for all of us to have fun on.