SWM Superdual 650 T prices reduced by Rs 80,000 in India
In October last year, Motoroyale launched seven new motorcycles in India. Among these launches, the SWM Superdual was seen as a unique offering for it has a higher ground clearance and weighs 169kg. The Superdual T was available in two versions, base and top-spec priced at Rs 6.5 lakh and Rs 7.3 lakh respectively. The Pune-base Motoroyale has now made a revision in the Superdual T's pricing. The company has discontinued the base variant and priced the top-spec at Rs 6.5 lakh, thus offering a discount of Rs 80,000. Accessories including engine protection bars, LED auxiliary lamps, skid plate and pannier mounting points are being offered as standard. Motoroyale maintains the discount is for the first 250 customers and will be offered till March 31, 2019
On this development, Ajinkya Firodia, MD, Motoroyale Kinetic Private Limited, said "The adventure & touring segment is the fastest growing superbike segment, and the SWM Superdual T has received a clear preference over the other motorcycles in this segment due to its unmatched capability to handle all types of terrains. We have hence decided to appreciate and reward the first 250 customers by offering them an amazing introductory price which is 6.5L ex showroom; making the price for the Superdual very attractive especially because it comes fully loaded with accessories for which others are charging up to Rs 1 lakh. We are also hosting various training sessions and creating adventure tracks for our customers to be able to experience everything that this bike is capable of."
The Superdual's engine has been updated to current day 600cc single, based on an old Husqvarna motor. It has liquid-cooling, fuel-injection. The gearbox is a fast-shifting 6-speed unit and the only electronics it has is ABS, which you can turn off for the rear wheel via a conveniently located toggle on the right switch cluster. We have ridden the motorcycle and believe the SWM SuperDual is very likeable. The engine makes a lot of torque and while peak power is not a lot - 54PS - the engine feels exactly as snappy as you expect on a dirtbike. 0-100kmph comes up in 6.31 seconds and top speed is over 180kmph. Read our detailed review here.
Also see: Road Test - 2018 SWM Superdual T
Starts Rs 6,80,000