The last week was all about new products as it witnessed launches in commuter as well as premium two-wheeler segment. We also saw the introduction of the first electric scooter since the lockdown was imposed. To give you a recap of all such important stories, here are the top five bike updates from the last week.
After we revealed the price of the new Pulsar 125 split seat variant, Bajaj has now officially announced its launch. The motorcycle has been priced at Rs 79,091. For the extra premium it demands over the standard variant, you get a sporty split seat setup, split grab rails, engine cowl and graphics similar to the Pulsar 150. Rest of the aspects of the bike remain identical to the disc brake variant which costs Rs 74,494.
Triumph refreshed its portfolio by launching the new Tiger 900 range in India. The British bike maker has brought three variants in the country including GT, Rally and Rally Pro which are priced at Rs 13.70 lakh, Rs 14.35 lakh and Rs 15.50 lakh, respectively. While the GT is a road-biased model, the Rally and Rally Pro are adventure-oriented versions. A successor to the Tiger 800 series, this model is electronically more advanced, gets revised hardware and is powered by a larger 888cc, in-line three engine. Moreover, it is also more compact and edgy on the cosmetic