The Hungarian brand Keeway Brings Out the K300R is launching the all-new K300 N and K300 R as part of its ambitious plans for the Indian market. These motorcycles have the best mix of power, performance, and style thanks to their unique features and looks. Both motorcycles have a front end that looks aggressive and has attractive headlights. The fuel tanks are angular, the seats are split, the exhaust pipes are under the seat, and the back ends are short. Follow stoptechy for latest news.
Mr. Vikas Jhabakh, Managing Director of Keeway India, said, “I am happy to launch the all-new K300 N and K300 R. We are sure that these two wonderful machines will thrill consumers with their great looks and performance. These Twin motorcycles will appeal to young Indian riders who want a unique and fun-to-ride bike with a motor of less than 300 cc.
Keeway Brings Out the K300R
Both models will also be available for test rides at all official Benelli | Keeway dealerships starting today. Customers can order the bikes now for just INR 10,000 by going to https://www.keeway-india.com or to the nearest dealer. Delivery will start at the end of September 2022.
The Hungarian company Keeway has put two new bikes on the market in India. Both in terms of price and engine size, the new 300cc bikes will compete with the BMW G 310R and G 310 RR. Reservations are being made for the bike. Keeway now has a total of six two-wheeled vehicles on the market, including four bikes and two scooters. Also Read: The Keeway V302c was released in India to compete with the Royal Enfield: Look at the price and other details
Keeway Brings Out the K300R check
Both the Keeway K300R and K300N are listed on the company’s official website, and both bikes cost less than Rs 3 lakh (ex-showroom). The K300N is a naked bike with the same engine as the K300R, which has a full fairing. Keeway K300 N
The streamlined design shows off the frame of the bassinet and shows off the beautiful tubing around the engine. The rear 110/70 and 140/60 tyres are covered by low-profile fenders. A soft inverted telescopic front fork suspension, front and rear disc brakes, and dual-channel ABS should work well.
The K300 N has an upright riding position, an angular 12.5-liter fuel tank, a higher front end, and handlebar-mounted mirrors that give the rider a commanding view of the road so they can ride with confidence. The K300 N comes in three colours: Matte Black, Matte White, and Matte Red.
Keeway K300 R
The Keeway K300 R is aerodynamically designed to cut through the air. It has a short windshield, compact handlebars, an attractive bassinet frame, and fairings that cut down on drag. The K300R has smooth lines and a sporty riding position.
All of your important ride metrics and two riding modes are shown on a display that is easy to use. The engine has a 292cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, four-valve, electronic fuel injection (EFI) system that puts out an exciting 27.5 HP and a steady 25Nm of torque. It has a six-speed transmission and a slipper clutch that lets you keep your speed while shifting down.
The high-performance, center-aligned mono rear suspension has 46mm of travel, and the plush fork with hydraulic damping has 110mm of cushion. The smooth 110/70 front and 140/60 rear tyres are hidden by small fenders. There are disc brakes in the front and back, as well as two sets of ABS.
The K300 R comes in three colours: glossy black, glossy white, and glossy red.
Cost of the Keeway K300 N
The K300 N starts at just Rs 2.65 lakh, and the K300 R starts at Rs 2.99 lakh. Those who want to buy can pay Rs 10,000 through the company’s website.
The K300 N features a 292cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled system with four valves and EFI. The engine of the K300 N makes 27.5 hp and 25 nm of torque. The engine is paired with a gearbox that has six speeds and a slipper clutch that lets the car keep moving while shifting down.
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The K300 N also has things like two riding modes. Front fork with telescopic arms and a single shock at the back. The company says that the front and rear disc brakes with dual-channel ABS have good stopping power.
Keeway Brings Out the K300R
Unlike the K300 N, the K300 R is made to be more aerodynamic. It also has a short windshield, small handlebars, a bassinet frame, and fairings that cut down on wind resistance. It has a 292cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, four-valve, electronic fuel injection (EFI), and 27.5 hp and 25Nm of torque. The bike weighs 151kg.