Upcoming Two-wheelers In India For April 2024

Upcoming Two-wheelers In India For April 2024

Featured Stories by Team Drivio | 11 Apr 2024

Bajaj is all set to update its 250cc lineup, the N250 and the F250

  • Bajaj could give a couple of important updates to the N250 including maybe even a TFT console!
  • As for Hero, it could bring the rather attractive Xoom 160 to our shores 
  • Ather has already launched the RIzta in India 

Post the launch of the Ather Rizta, the Indian two-wheeler market is abuzz with anticipation as manufacturers prepare to unveil a wave of new releases spanning diverse segments. From the electrifying realm of electric scooters to the rugged terrain of adventure bikes, the market landscape brims with potential and excitement. Here, we delve into a detailed compilation of upcoming two-wheeler debuts scheduled for this month, offering enthusiasts a tantalizing glimpse into the future of mobility.

Updated Bajaj Pulsar N250

SpecificationsBajaj Pulsar N250
Engine249.07cc single-cylinder 2-valve air/oil-cooled
Maximum Power24.5PS
Maximum Torque21.5Nm

Recent reports have shed light on Bajaj's forthcoming release, the updated Pulsar N250, poised to introduce a slew of enhancements. Among the anticipated upgrades are advanced rider aids such as ABS modes and traction control, alongside a modern TFT screen integrated with smartphone connectivity.

Additionally, the revamped model will feature new USD front forks, a wider rear tyre, and fresh paint schemes to enhance its appeal. However, these enhancements are expected to result in a discernible price increase, with projections suggesting a hike of approximately Rs. 10,000 over the current model, positioning the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N250 at an estimated price of around Rs. 1.60 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Hero Xoom 160

SpecificationsHero Xoom 160 (expected)
Engine124.79cc engine
Maximum power15PS 
Maximum torque13Nm

Scheduled for its debut this April, the Hero Xoom 160 has already garnered attention following its unveiling at prominent events such as EICMA and the Bharat Mobility Show. With a robust 156cc single-cylinder engine delivering 14bhp at 8,000rpm and 13.7Nm at 6,500rpm, the Xoom 160 promises spirited performance. 

Boasting a striking design characterized by a tall stance and muscular aesthetics, the scooter is set to make a statement in the premium segment. Expectations for feature-rich offerings include Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, keyless ignition, remote boot access, and full LED illumination. Priced competitively at an estimated Rs. 1.3 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Xoom 160 is poised to redefine standards in its category.

BMW R1300 GS

SpecificationsBMW R1300 GS
Engine1300cc engine
Maximum power145PS
Maximum torque149Nm

Among the eagerly awaited releases this month is the BMW R 1300 GS, a formidable adventure touring motorcycle set to make its mark on Indian roads. Sporting a distinctively refreshed appearance highlighted by a new headlight design and a sleeker profile, the R 1300 GS exudes sophistication. 

Powered by a robust 1300cc boxer engine churning out 145bhp and 149Nm of torque, the motorcycle promises exhilarating performance. Noteworthy features include multi-level traction control, ABS, ride modes, and radar-based assistance, enabling cutting-edge safety and convenience functionalities. Positioned as a premium offering, the upcoming BMW R 1300 GS is expected to command an estimated price of around Rs. 23 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi), catering to enthusiasts seeking uncompromising performance and versatility.

Updated Honda CBR650R

SpecificationsHonda CBR650R
Engine649cc engine
Maximum power87PS
Maximum torque57.5Nm

Honda's re-entry into the middleweight supersport segment is imminent with the anticipated launch of the 2024 CBR650R. Drawing inspiration from its high-performance sibling, the CBR1000RR-R, the updated model boasts a sharper design language and a range of new features. 

Enhanced safety and connectivity offerings include traction control, ABS, full LED illumination, and a TFT console integrated with smartphone connectivity. Retaining the potent 649cc inline four-cylinder engine delivering 94bhp and 62.3Nm of torque, the CBR650R promises exhilarating performance on the road. With an expected price tag of approximately Rs. 8 lakh in India, the 2024 Honda CBR650R is poised to captivate enthusiasts with its dynamic prowess and cutting-edge technology.

In sum, there are a lot of upcoming bikes and scooters that have had us enthusiasts very excited. If you are too, we would advise you to keep a lookout and stay tuned for more about these bikes and scooters.