Hero Leap hybrid SES

₹ 85,000 (Expected Price)
Expected Launch :
October 2020
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Expected Price : 85000. Leap hybrid SES is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

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Trending bike news KTM has decided to shift their production unit from the present factory at Austria to their upcoming plant in Hangzhou, China. This is to make space for the manufacture of their flagship models including 1290 Super Adventure, 1290 Super Duke GT and 1290 Super Duke R. The new plant is still under construction and will mostly be ready by mid-2020.

The new plant at Hangzhou, China will begin its operation around June 2020 and will produce not just KTM motorcycles, but also CFMoto bikes. Apparently, KTM has collaborated with CFMoto in this new plant investment that has a production capacity of 50,000 units which can even be doubled if the demand increases.

India will receive the 790 Duke and 790 Adventure from this factory in China as CKD (Completely Knocked Down) units while markets like Europe, US, Australia etc will get CBU (Completely Built Up) units of the twins. KTM 890 Duke and 890 Adventure too will be manufactured at this new plant. 790 Duke is priced at Rs.8.64 lakh in India (Ex-showroom).

The production of 790 Duke and 790 Adventure at the new plant is expected to begin from September 2020. CFMoto motorcycles will be manufactured using KTM LC8 engines here.

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Trending bike news New Yamaha YZF R15 V3 BS6 is about 3kg heavier than the BS4 version. The 155cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine on the BS4 version generates a 19.3bhp at 10,000rpm and 14.7Nm at 8500rpm, while the new BS6 switch has made the power drop by a bit, making the new figures 18.6bhp and 141Nm. The motor comes bonded to a 6-speed transmission.

The Yamaha R15 BS6 is equipped with a side-stand engine cut-off switch, dual horn and radial tubeless tyre for the rear wheel. Telescopic forks at the front and a rear monoshock unit for suspension dual disc brakes with dual-channel ABS for braking has been carried forward to the new version.

The upgraded motorcycle will be available in three colour options - Racing Blue, Thunder Grey and Darknight. The price will vary across colour options while the specs and features will continue to be the same as on the old one.

The Racing Blue variant of R15 BS6 is priced at Rs.1.46 lakh and the Thunder Grey is offered at Rs.1.45 lakh while the top spec Darknight variant is priced at Rs 1.47 lakh. The Racing Blue variant comes with blue-coloured wheels which is similar to the ones sold in Indonesia and other Asian markets.

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