AMW CFMoto 300NK, 650GT, 650MT and 650NK launched in India, prices start from Rs 2.29 lakh
Chinese two-wheeler brand CF Moto has launched four all-new motorcycles in India 300NK, 650MT, 650NK and the 650GT wherein the entry-level offering 300Nk is priced at Rs 2.29 lakh Ex-showroom India. The 650NK is priced at Rs 3.99 lakh, the 650MT is priced at Rs 4.99 lakh while the 650GT stays the flagship for now and is priced at Rs 5.49 lakh - all prices are ex-showroom.
To make sure these motorcycles are positioned aggressively against its rivals, the company has tied up with India-based AMW motorcycles and will be assembling these machines in the country.
Here's a detailed look at who is CF Moto and their connection with Austrian motorcycle brand KTM. CF Motor claims to develop, manufacture, market and deliver the world's most reliable and cost-effective motorcycles, all terrain vehicles, side-by-side utility vehicles, and powersports engines, parts, gears and accessories. Founded in 1989,CF Moto has developed 98 models of vehicles and 51 models of engines, which are distributed through its 1900 companions worldwide.
The CF Moto 650MT is an adventure tourer motorcycle that will compete against the Kawasaki Versys 650, Benelli TRK 502X and the SMW Superdual T. The street naked version of the 650MT, called the CF Moto 650NK will go up against the Kawasaki Z650. The 650MT sports a LED DRLs and projector headlamps up front. The test mule that has been spotted in India is equipped with an engine guard and hand guards. The adventure tourer uses a tubular steel diamond frame and houses a 650cc parallel-twin engine. The 650GT is a street based router that will take on the likes of the Versys 650.
Starts Rs 4,79,000
Starts Rs 5,50,000
Starts Rs 4,99,000
Starts Rs 3,99,000
Starts Rs 6,79,000
Starts Rs 5,94,000
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