One of Keeway's three debut products for India is the Sixties 300i: a retro-style 300cc scooter.
One of the distinctive touches on the Sixties 300i is a grille on the front apron, finished in red. It also houses the front indicators.
The Sixties 300i rolls on 12-inch alloy wheels and gets disc brakes at both ends as well as dual-channel ABS.
The fuel filler for the substantial 10-litre tank is housed on the flat floorboard.
The floorboard also features a rather unusual wooden finish.
The Sixties 300i gets split seats, and only the front seat opens to reveal the underseat storage compartment.
Though not very long, the underseat storage compartment is reasonably deep.
It's not difficult to guess where the inspiration for this scooter's name and design comes from.
The cylindrical exhaust end-can sticks out in contrast to the square-ish design employed for the tail section.
Straight lines dominate the boxy look of the tail section on the Sixties 300i.
Power comes from a Piaggio-sourced liquid-cooled, 278cc single-cylinder engine producing 19hp and 22.5Nm.
Instrumentation on the Sixties is semi-digital, with an analogue speedometer and digital trip info.
The polygonal headlight is an LED unit, as is the tail-lamp.
Another noteworthy design element is the three-pronged fender ornament.
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