From Electric to Retro, 15+ Bikes Launch in this Month

Publish On 02/04/23, By Adminsahil

March was a busy month for the two-wheeler industry with over 15 launches and updates.

Matter's electric bike, Aera, offers a performance similar to 150cc bikes at a reasonable price.

Matter Aera

Bajaj unveiled the 2023 Chetak electric scooter with updated features and color palette.

Bajaj Chetak

The Hero Super Splendor received the Xtec treatment with more features and a reasonable price hike.

Hero Super Splendor Xtec

Honda's retro twins, the H'ness CB350 and CB350RS, received basic upgrades and a steep price hike.

Honda B350 and CB350RS

Bajaj NS160 and NS200 received their biggest updates in a decade.

Bajaj NS160 and NS200

Kawasaki Z900RS, a neo-retro bike, made a comeback after three years, but with an eye-watering price tag.

Kawasaki Z900RS

Hero Electric revamped the Optima and NYX lineup for a youthful appeal and crossed the one-lakh-rupees price point.

Hero Optima and NYX

Honda launched Shine 100, its weapon against Hero Splendor Plus, at a more affordable price.

Honda Shine 100

Royal Enfield 650 Twins finally made their way to India with their updated retro beauty.

Royal Enfield 650 Twins

BMW launched R18 Transcontinental, the perfect bike for long rides in comfort.


Honda updated Activa 125 with extra storage space and an OBD2-compliant engine.

Honda Activa 125

Suzuki gave Access 125, Burgman Street, and Avenis a cleaner heart with E20 fuel compatibility.

Suzuki Access 125, Avenis and Burgman Street

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