Weekly Round Up: Top 5 Bike News From This Week
Article by Drivio | 9th Jul 23
Various launches, updates and spy shots of new two-wheelers took the attention of the enthusiasts this week.
- Harley Davidson X440 was launched on July 5
- Soon after the launch, the Triumph Speed 400 crossed the 10,000 bookings
- Suzuki Hayabusa now features a new colour scheme
First week of July 2023 got to great start. It witnessed two amazing launches alongside spy shots of other awaited bikes.
Harley-Davidson banged the Indian doors with its X440 retro cruiser bike. Launched at an extremely affordable price label, the handsomely styled Harley Davidson X440 receives a good mix of retro and modern functionality. It has been the talk of the nation for its aggressive price point.
2.Triumph Speed 400 Launched and Scrambler 400X Shown
The JV Bajaj Auto-Triumph Motorcycles together launched Triumph Speed 400 and pulled the wraps of its Scrambler 400X bike. Again, the enthusiasts were thrilled at the introductory price put up by the bike maker.
The Special Edition of Suzuki Hayabusa performance sports bike was added to the Hayabusa variant line-up in India. Celebrating the 25th anniversary of Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle, the special edition featured a new paint scheme.
4.Royal Enfield Scrambler 650 Spied
The larger capacity Scrambler 650 from Royal Enfield was sighted testing with premium accessories on. After its launch, this will be the fourth 650cc bike by Royal Enfield, after Interceptor 650, Continental GT 650 and Super Meteor 650.
5.TVS Apache RTR 310 Spied
The new Apache RTR310 was snapped testing for the first time by the bike aficionados in one of the northern cities. Seeing its completely new design, it can be easily said that it will not be a mere rebadged BMW G 310 R.