Premium motorcycle manufacturer CF Moto will enter the Indian market with four new motorcycles in July
Chinese motorcycle maker, CF Moto, will launch their first product in the Indian market next month. The Indian automobile market is one of the biggest in the world, and many international manufacturers are setting up their base in the country. CF Moto will soon launch four all-new products in India.
They will formally enter the market next month and their first four launches will be the 300NK, 650NK, 650MT and 650GT. The 300NK will be the entry-level product from the line-up. It is a street bike that has got some sharp and super aggressive looks. The motorcycle receives full-LED headlamps and turn indicators.
The bike gets a 349cc engine and will go against the likes of KTM 390 Duke, Honda CB300R and BMW G310 R in the Indian market. The price is expected to start at around Rs 2 lakh, which will ensure that it gets a competitive positioning in the segment.
The next in the line is the 650MT, which is a touring segment bike. It gets a tall windscreen that ensures that the bike gives enough protection against the highway wind blasts. The huge fuel tank that can hold 18 litres that allows long distances between the fuel pumps.
The riding position is also very comfortable and relaxed. There is the 650 GT too, which is slightly more aggressive than the 650 MT. It gets a full-body fairing with twin LED headlamps and LED DRL. CF Moto will also launch the street fighter version in their 650 series, and it will be known as the 650 NK.
The bike will take on the likes of Kawasaki Ninja Z650 in the Indian market. All the bikes in the 650 Series are powered by the 649cc, parallel-twin motor that generates a maximum power of 75 bhp and peak torque of 45 Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
CF Moto will launch all the bikes as Completely Knocked Down (CKD) products, which will allow them to price the products aggressively in the market. CF Moto will initially have dealership network at five cities in India – Bangalore, Hyderabad, Cochin, Mumbai, Goa and Pune before branching to the other cities.