Upcoming cruiser bikes expected to launch in India by end of 2020
Coronavirus pandemic has brought everything across the globe to a standstill. The COVID-19 spread has affected all forms of trade and business, manufacturers have stopped production and the dealers are also helpless at this point of time. The lockdown has forced manufacturers to launch their products digitally and most of them have shifted focus to battling the COVID-19. Hopefully, the situation will be better in a few months and we will be seeing bikemakers at full swing and many launches that have been delayed because of the novel Coronavirus. Here is a peek at the upcoming cruisers in India.
When? Q4 2020
Est. Price: ?15-18 lakh
The bike was recently teased and is expected to be launched in the country during the festive season, it also depends on the stability of the situation in the future. It borrows design cues from the R 5 BMWs and houses a 1802cc opposing-boxer twin-engine paired with a six-speed gearbox that pushes 91PS of power and pulls 157Nm of torque. The bike uses exposed shaft drive to power the wheels and a reverse gear option is also available. It also gets three riding modes Rain, Roll and Rock along with features like Hill Start Control, automatic stability, traction control and engine drag torque control.
Harley-Davidson Iron 1200
When? May-June 2020
Est. Price: ?11-13 lakh
Harley Davidson recently launched the Low Rider S which belongs to the Softail family and we can expect the Iron 1200 to soon join the Sportster fleet. The bike looks similar to its younger sibling, the Iron 883. Except for a few visual changes like the mini-ape handlebar and the design of tank, seat and rims. The bike is powered by a 1202cc air-cooled engine that makes 66PS power and 96Nm torque. The bike gets a fixed speed screen, blacked-out finishes and 70's custom tank art.
Starts Rs 18,90,000
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