CFMoto, Hangzhou based bike maker has confirmed to enter the Indian automotive market next month. They will be introducing some amazing bike models which will definitely attract the young gen buyers. The company is all set to launch 4 new bike models as its debut. The CFMoto bikes will be produced from Bengaluru-based AMW Motorcycles.
Previously, the company has announced to debut its naked roadster series, adventure-tourers and grand-tourers: 300NK, 650NK, 650MT and 650GT. These bikes are 2019 concepts of CFMoto. Although, the company is expected to introduce three more bikes in India by 2020 that will include 400NK, 400GT and 300SR. The 400NK is a naked concept which has received a bold look with husky fuel tank and tank shrouds that highlights its streetfighter style.
CFMoto has planned to establish its dealerships in some select cities for now including Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Mumbai, Goa and Pune. The company has also installed a plant in Bengaluru where 10,000 units per annum can be produced. Just for reminding, in 2016 CF Motor to enter Indian market via Hyderabad based Eider Motors. Although, after a few months it was reported as a scam firm and the partnership dropped.
The all-new upcoming bikes will be brought in India as CKD (completely knocked down) units and AMW Motorcycles will locally assemble the units at its Bengaluru plant. The naked concept 300NK will be introduced at a low price compared to others. It will draw power from a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled 292.4cc DOHC engine making 33.5 bhp of max power at 7,200 rpm and 20.5 Nm of peak torque at 8,800 rpm. The motor combined with a 6-speed gearbox. The bike has a kerb weight of 151 kg.
Some additional features of 300NK include dual riding modes (rain and sport) TFT instrumentation, upside down front forks, LED headlamp and split seats. It will rival against Honda CB 300R, BMW G310R and the Bajaj Dominar 400 in the country. Moving to the top-specs variant, 650NK comes powered by a 649.3 cc inline twin cylinder engine which delivers 70.7 PS of power and 62 Nm of torque. It is equipped with LED lighting set up and sits on Metzeler tyres.
The 650MT and 650 GT are powered by the same engine although, they might have some distinct features. The 650MT features adjustable (only damping) upside down fork and taller windshield for bike multi-terrain riding. The sporty 650GT is integrated with a 5-inch coloured TFT display with self-adjusting backlight. It also gets manually adjustable windshield (up to 60 mm), 38 mm KYB forks (right side down) and dual riding modes (Touring and Sport). Other details can be revealed on 4 July.
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