A list of 4 New Bikes Launching In September 2023
September is shaping up to be another exciting month for motorcycle enthusiasts with the anticipation of 4 new bikes launching. Following a dynamic August featuring the Hero Karizma XMR, TVS X e-scooter, Honda SP160, Ola S1 lineup, and the Ducati Diavel V4, the two-wheeler industry is set for more action. Stay tuned as we explore these upcoming releases, promising new thrills and innovations for riders in September 2023.
1. Royal Enfield Bullet 350
As we eagerly await the arrival of 4 new bikes launching in September 2023, one of the most anticipated launches is the Royal Enfield Bullet 350. Scheduled for September 1st, this revamp will introduce the J-series engine, adding charm and refinement. The design will bear a resemblance to the Classic 350 but will carry its unique touches. An exciting milestone is that this will mark the first-ever Bullet model to feature dual-channel ABS.
2. TVS Apache RTR 310
TVS will unveil its latest addition, the TVS Apache RTR 310, on September 6th. Unlike a mere rebadged version of the BMW G 310 R, this naked streetfighter comes with edgy styling, featuring split seats, a muscular fuel tank, a sleek tail section, and a striking bikini fairing. Packed with features, it boasts an LED headlamp, fully digital instrumentation, Bluetooth connectivity, multiple ride modes, ride-by-wire throttle, and more. It houses the same 312cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine found in the Apache RR 310 and BMW G 310 R, producing 33bhp and 27Nm of torque, mated to a six-speed gearbox with an assist and slipper clutch. Keep an eye out for this exciting addition among the 4 new bike launches.
3. 2024 KTM Duke 390
Sporting an all-new 399cc engine churning out 44.8hp and 39Nm of torque, this 2024 KTM Duke 390 boasts an array of fresh features. It’s set to hit the Indian market with a price range of ₹3,00,000 to ₹3,30,000. While details are still emerging, the updated specs hint at a higher-displacement engine for improved performance. Key hardware enhancements include lighter wheels and a superior braking setup sourced from the RC390. Safety features will include dual-channel ABS with Supermoto mode, cornering function, and a traction control system. Plus, riders can look forward to full-LED lighting, a Bluetooth-enabled color-TFT display, and a quickshifter.
4. Suzuki V-Strom 800DE
Among the 4 new bikes gearing up for a launch, the Suzuki V-Strom 800DE stands out. Unveiled at EICMA 2022, it boasts an all-new 776cc parallel-twin engine, shared with the GSX-8S naked bike. Unlike the V-Strom 650 XT, the 800DE incorporates a modern electronics suite and a 21-inch front wheel, promising impressive off-road capabilities. Spied testing in India with local additions like a saree guard and front number plate holder, it’s clear that Suzuki intends to introduce this middleweight adventure bike to the Indian market. Adventure enthusiasts can anticipate a thrilling addition to their choices soon.
September 2023 promises to be an exciting month for motorcycle enthusiasts, with the launch of four new bikes. Among them, the revamped Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is poised to make waves with its J-series engine and dual-channel ABS. TVS is set to introduce the Apache RTR 310, a stylish and feature-packed naked bike. KTM’s 2024 390 Duke offers a powerful 399cc engine and advanced electronics. Suzuki brings the V-Strom 800DE, featuring a robust 776cc parallel-twin engine and off-road prowess. These bikes offer a diverse range of choices, ensuring there’s something thrilling for every rider. To check out more such content, click here.