New Delhi: The new decade has started since the year 2020, and so auto companies are ready with their new models earlier this year. In January, some two-wheeler companies are ready with their new products and some of them are completely new launches and some are updated models. In this report, we are going to tell about the two-wheelers which are going to be launched in January 2020.
BS6 Royal Enfield Classic 350
The current-generation Royal Enfield Classic 350 has been spotted with BS6 standards. According to sources, the company can launch it soon and its price will be increased from Rs 12,000 to Rs 14,000.
The current price is Rs 1.54 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The most important thing is that the company has also started its booking informally.
BS6 Honda Activa 6G
Honda is going to launch the Activa 6G on January 15 in line with its BS6 standards. The company has also released the teaser of this scooter. Along with this, it has a fuel-injected BS6 standard compliant motor. It is believed that this new scooter will come with a silent starter. Along with this, start-stop and a multifunction instrument cluster will be provided in the top model of the scooter. The difference in price of BS6 Activa by 10 to 15 percent will be seen against the price of the current scooter at Rs 55,934 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
KTM 390 Adventure
KTM introduced its 390 adventure motorcycle during India Bike Week 2019, which the company is going to launch this January. The company has given 19-inch wheels in the front and 17-inch alloy wheels in the rear. Its power output is the same as the KTM 390 and the company has given standard traction control. The company can price it 3 lakh rupees (ex-showroom).
BS6 TVS Apache RR 310
The BS6 version of TVS Apache RR 310 is going to be launched in the Indian market this month and it was also seen in a commercial shoot last month. In these new models, the company will give some such features as per BS6 standards, which will bring new changes in it. It features a full-color TFT screen, navigational buttons on the inverted handheld switchgear and new tires that will be owned by TVS. The BS6 Apache RR 310 can be around 15,000 rupees more expensive than the current model. It currently costs Rs 2.28 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).