Keeway makes India debut: showcases three two-wheelers
Hungarian two-wheeler brand Keeway recently debuted in India and showcased of three two-wheelers - Keeway K-Light 250V, Keeway Vieste 300 and the Keeway Sixties 300i. In case you didn't know, Keeway is owned by the QJ Group, who are also the parent company for Benelli.
The K-Light 250V is an affordable V-Twin cruiser, the Vieste 300 is a 300cc maxi-scooter while the Sixties 300i is a rather odd-looking retro-classic scooter with a '60s design. Along with these three models, Keeway also plans to launch five more products before the end of 2022. Prices for the models will be revealed at a later date. The motorcycles will be assembled at Benelli's plants. The Keeway models will be sold at Benelli dealerships to begin with, then expand with its own dealership network.
The two-wheelers that will follow suit this year include another cruiser motorcycle, two retro street bikes, a naked street, and a race replica. Keeway products will be available for test rides at dealerships from May 26 onwards, with deliveries starting from early June. Online bookings for the three products will begin today onwards for ? 10,000. Keeway says that its products are high on technology and will offer features like inbuilt-GPS, remote engine cut-off and Keeway Connect app.
The K-Light 250V is a cruiser with a V-twin engine, displacing 249 cc, making 18.PS and 19Nm of peak torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and is belt-driven. It gets disc brakes at both ends, along with telescopic suspension at the front and twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the back. The motorcycle gets a 20-litre fuel tank and will be offered in three colours - matte black, matte blue and matte dark grey.
The Vieste 300 is a 278cc maxi-scooter that makes 18PS of max power and 22Nm of peak torque. It gets telescopic fork up front and hydraulic suspension at the rear. The scooter gets a 12-litre fuel tank and boasts features like front and rear disc brakes and dual-channel ABS and also keyless ignition, which is a feature seen on higher-end two-wheelers. The Vieste 300 is available in 3 colours - matte black, matte blue and matte white.
The Sixties 300i is a retro classic scooter uses the same 278cc single-cylinder engine of the Vieste 300, in the same state of tune. It looks like it's come out of some parallel universe but then again looks are subjective. The Sixties 300i comes with dual-channel ABS, LED lighting, multi-function ignition and more. The Sixties 300i will be available in three colours, matte light blue, matte white and matte grey.
Starts Rs 2,89,000