Moto Morini X-Cape lineup prices slashed by Rs 1.30 lakh

    Standard X Cape now costs Rs 5.99 lakh, spoke-wheeled X Cape variant now priced at Rs 6.49 lakh.

    Published On May 15, 2024 02:12:00 PM


    Moto Morini X Cape 650 price, price drop, details
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    Moto Morini has announced a price cut for its X Cape 650 range of motorcycles. Just like other brands under the Adishwar Auto Ride India (AARI) umbrella, Moto Morini too announces price cuts for select models following announcements from brands like Zontes, QJMotor and Keeway.

    1. Moto Morini announces price cut of over Rs 1 lakh
    2. Plans on expanding its dealer network and product portfolio
    3. Says price cut is a result of negotiations with global team

    The X Cape 650 is a range of ADV motorcycles that was launched towards the end of 2022. The Moto Morini X Cape 650 was originally on sale for Rs 7.30 lakh and the X Cape 650X was priced at Rs 7.50 lakh. However, after slashing prices by Rs 1.31 lakh and Rs 1 lakh, the X Cape 650 and X Cape 650X now cost Rs 5.99 lakh and Rs 6.50 lakh, respectively.

    AARI says the revision is a part of their vision for 2024, which includes an expansion of its dealer network and portfolio in India. The price cut is a result of negotiations with the global team, which has allowed for certain benefits on select models.

    The Moto Morini X Cape 650 is powered by a 60hp, 54Nm, 649cc parallel twin, and it rivals the Kawasaki Versys 650, Benelli TRK 502 and the Honda NX500.

    Also see: Moto Morini X-Cape 650X review: More than dirt capable

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