Guess what! With the festive season upon us, two-wheeler manufacturers are gearing up to launch the best of their models. Like always, two-wheeler sales in India during this time are reaching new heights, as commuters in 2021 have already chosen private vehicles over public transportation as the new normal of a post-coronavirus world.
Irrespective of where they live or the distances they travel, people are opting for bikes and scooters. And thanks to accessible two-wheeler loans in India, you can pick the most desired upcoming two-wheelers.
There are some exciting two-wheeler launches lined up in November and December 2021. Let’s take a look at some of these.
Bajaj Pulsar NS250
Featuring the largest displacement ever seen in the Pulsar, Bajaj is set to launch the top-of-the-segment Pulsar NS 250 this November. It’s powered by a 250cc, 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine, facilitating an impressive max power level of 30PS at 9000rpm. Pair that up with its fuel injection system, and you get a consistent power output across all terrains. As for the braking, it has both front and rear discs (as expected) with ABS for rear wheels now.
TVS Jupiter 125
After the Raider 125, TVS is geared up to enhance its presence in the 125cc scooty segment by launching the new Jupiter 125 scooter. The scooty will hit the Indian market in October, right around the beginning of the festive season offers. It will be a direct competitor to the Hero Maestro Edge 125 and the Honda Activa 125. Customers can choose between drum brake-Steel wheels, disc brake-alloy wheels, and drum brake-alloy wheels variants.
BMW 400 GT
BMW Motorrad India, on several occasions, has liberally teased the new BMW GT 400 scooter to build up the hype. Pre-launch bookings have also started, and you can now book this powerhouse of a scooter with a token amount of Rs. 1,00,000.
Powered by a 350-cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine, this behemoth can dish out 33.5 PS of max power@ 7500rpm and generate a peak torque of 35Nm at 5750rpm. Plus, the engine comes paired to a CVT gearbox. It’s expected to be priced around Rs. 4,00,000 upon launch.
Hero Electric AE-29
The much-awaited Hero Electric AE-29 features a 1kW motor, combined with a 3.5kWh lithium-ion battery pack that can be fully charged in 4 hours. Hero claims that the EV can run for 80KM on a full charge.
Feature-wise, it comes with a digital LED headlamp, instrument console, anti-theft alarm, Bluetooth connectivity, and much more. Anchorage is performed by drum brakes at both ends, coupled with CBS (Combined Braking System). As for the suspension, the electric scooter is blessed with twin gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear and telescopic forks up front.
Additional Read: Why is Festive Season the Best Time for Purchasing Two Wheelers
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