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Expected Launch : June 2030 Expected Price : 1.60 to 2 Lakh Kratos VS400 is yet to launch in India. The details given here is provisional.

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Trending bike news Jawa under the banner of Classic Legends Pvt. Ltd. has opened their first showrooms in Pune. The two dealerships in Pune at Baner and Chinchwad were officially inaugurated yesterday. The company has plans to start as many as 105 showrooms in the country by 2019.

Jawa Motorcycles will begin delivery of the two new launched models in the country in the first quarter of 2019. Jawa and Jawa Forty Two are the two bikes that the company chose to introduce as part of the comeback. These two models sport design language that draws inspiration from the 1950s classic models. They are powered by 293cc single cylinder, liquid cooled engines respectively that makes 28bhp and a maximum torque of 27Nm while being coupled to a 6-speed gearbox.

Jawa also will be launching the Perak Bobber motorcycle in 2019 with a 334cc engine that makes 30bhp and 31Nm worth torque. Jawa standard will be available at a price of Rs.1.64 lakh while the Forty two will be retailed at Rs.1.54 lakh making it the most affordable model of the lot.

Jawa Motorcycles has planned it big this time in the Indian Market and bike enthusiasts all over the country are waiting to get their hands on this retro piece which were once the heart throbs in India. Customers can opt for test rides of the bike models at the Pune showrooms now.

KeralaOnRoad wishes Jawa great success in this comeback.

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Trending bike news Before the launch of the RC 200, Yamaha YZF R15 was the sole king and the first crush for many biker boys. Then came the 390cc monster, always eager to jump off the line. Touching 79kmph in the first gear was not a matter at all. Thanks to all plastic body as KTM was keen on producing light weight bikes,also keeping it light under the pockets.

As per a statement by KTM CEO Stefan Pierer in 2015, KTM in partnership with Bajaj were planning to replace the 125, 200, and the 390-series Duke and RC lines in 2017, based on all new platforms. As said, all the bikes that KTM launched later came with better cosmetic changes under a new platform, including the naked elder sibling Duke 390 that received a more fierce styling with TFT displays upfront for the instrument cluster. However, Duke 200 was neglected for some reason unknown. The design started to look outdated and continued to remain, as it was back then with the same feature lists.

200 Duke

The biggest change in 2018 that the Duke 200 has now received is the addition of ABS feature, that was quite imminent for a bike of this range. The new 200 Duke with Bosch ABS as been launched at a price of Rs.1.6 lakh (Ex-showroom Delhi) at a premium of 9000 than the standard model. The non ABS version continues to be available in the dealerships.

Inspite of this major feature update, there are no other cosmetic changes evident on the new version. However, most of the people prefer the older design, as it seemed to have had a larger impact than the newer generation KTM’s which is clear from the sales volumes. Probably, that is why KTM decided to overlook the design change this time.

Key features of 2018 Duke 200 ABS:

200cc, Single cylinder, Liquid-cooled, fuel injected engine

25bhp@10,000rpm and 19.20Nm@8000rpm

6-speed gearbox

Bosch ABS system

125 Duke

That’s not all from the KTM stable. The company seems to have a happier news for the younger brothers and for those who want to have fun without any compromise. Sources say that KTM dealers in Pune have started accepting booking for the 125cc version of the duke and the launch will possibly be in December 2018. Upon launch, Duke 125 could be the most expensive 125cc bike in the country till date.

The bike may take its design language from the Duke 250 but it might neglect a lot of extra features like the TFT touchscreen and ABS technology for cost cutting, instead could sport Combined Braking System for safety.

The price for the Duke 125 is expected to be around 1.5 lakhs, that makes it positioned well under the Duke 200. For more details, we will have to wait for the official update from the brand.

Key features of Duke 125 as per reports:

125cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine

15bhp of power and 12Nm of peak torque

6-speed transmission

Combined Braking system

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