BS6 CFMoto 300NK teased before launch

    The BS6 CFMoto 300NK is expected to cost slightly more than the BS4 version that was priced at Rs 2.29 lakh.

    Published On Feb 08, 2021 02:50:00 PM


    BS6 CFMoto 300NK teased before launch

    CFMoto will soon re-enter the Indian market with the BS6-compliant 300NK.

    • Power and torque figures could go down

    • No significant changes expected

    • First BS6-compliant offering from CFMoto

    CFMoto has announced via social media that it will launch the 300NK as a BS6-compliant offering in India. The company hasn’t revealed more details, but the sport-naked motorcycle is expected to come soon.

    The 300NK is powered by a 292.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produced 34hp/20.5Nm in BS4 spec. These figures are expected to slightly reduce with the changes made to meet the stricter emission requirements.

    Other mechanical bits like the trellis frame, USD fork and monoshock are expected to remain the same. The TFT display with Rain and Sport modes will make it to this version as well.

    To recap, CFMoto is a Chinese motorcycle manufacturer that was founded in 1989 and is based out of Zhejiang Province in China. Currently, the company has a presence in markets such as Australia, Asia and North America. It tied up with Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM in October 2017 to build and sell the KTM Duke range of motorcycles.

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