Keeway, a Hungarian automobile brand has launched a new bike in the Indian market called K-Light 250V. The motorcycle is a 250cc cruiser. The bike has been launched at a price of Rs 2.89 lakh (ex-showroom). The new bike has been launched in three colourways: Matte Blue, Matte Grey and Matte Black. The new bike will be competing against the likes of Royal Enfield Meteor 350, Jawa Perak, and Yezdi Adventure. However, compared to other bikes the Keeway K-Light is powered by a smaller 250cc engine. Also Read - Apple iPhone 14 to get a performance bump, despite sticking with A15 chip: Check launch date, price and more
Keeway claims the K-Light 250V is the first bike to get a 250cc V-twin cylinder engine coupled with a Belt Drive System. Also Read - Realme Watch 3 to go on sale today, but is it worth buying?
The V-Twin produces a maximum power output of 18.7 HP at 8500 rpm and maximum torque of 19Nm at 5500 rpm. The motorcycle is equipped with dual-channel ABS along with front and rear disc brakes. Also Read - Rakshabandhan gifts under Rs 5,000: Echo Dot 4th gen, Realme Buds Air 3 and more
In terms of stance, the bike gets a typical cruiser-like seating with an upright handlebar. The bike also gets a contoured seat for easy riding. The motorcycle comes with dual telescopic shock absorbers in the front and rear hydraulic suspension.
The K-Light 250V uses an LED headlight framed by a round DRL. The company claims the shape of the headlamp is a throwback to classic halogen headlamps. The tail light uses LED as well. The K-Light 250V comes with a 20-liter fuel tank.
Managing Director, KEEWAY India, said, “We are delighted to introduce the muscular and rugged V-twin K-Light 250V at an attractive price tag considering the market dynamics and customers’ preferences. The K-Light 250V comes with unmatched ergonomics, superior functionality, innovative technology, and uncompromised quality, and this further helps us establish KEEWAY’s unique identity with our Indian motoring enthusiasts.”
“We are working towards introducing 5 more products in the Indian market by the end of this year and would primarily comprise of a cruiser, two retro street classics, one naked street, and a race replica. To meet the business requirements, we also plan to expand our dealership network across the country and look at on-boarding over 100 dealers by the end of 2023.” he further added.