Zontes bikes priced from Rs 3.15 lakh in India

    The flagship Zontes 350T ADV adventure bike is priced from Rs 3.57 lakh to Rs 3.67 lakh.

    Published On Oct 04, 2022 04:35:00 PM


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    Zontes, the Chinese motorcycle manufacturer that entered our country just two months ago, has now revealed the pricing for its entire line-up of bikes in India. Prices for the Zontes machines start at Rs 3.15 lakh for the 350R and go up to Rs 3.57 lakh for the 350T ADV

    • All bikes offered in a variety of colours

    • Bikes are tech-laden but lack refinement

    • Pricing positions them above competition from established brands

    Zontes India line-up: pricing and rivals

    The most affordable Zontes offering in India is the 350R naked bike, with prices ranging from Rs 3.15 lakh-3.25 lakh. Next up is the 350X sport tourer, priced from Rs 3.35 lakh-3.45 lakh. The GK350 cafe racer and the 350T road-biased tourer are both priced identically between Rs 3.37 lakh and Rs 3.47 lakh. The flagship of the Zontes line-up, the 350T ADV adventure bike is priced from Rs 3.57 lakh-3.67 lakh. One thing to note here is that the prices vary depending on the colour chosen for these bikes. 

    Rivalling the Zontes bikes are the 390 and 310 trio from KTM and BMW, respectively, and even the 650 twins from Royal Enfield. All of these more established, and in the case of the KTM and Royal Enfield, more powerful bikes are priced significantly lower than the Zontes offerings. In the brief amount of time we spent with two of their bikes, we found them to be tech-laden but they lacked refinement. The fact still remains that Zontes has yet to prove itself in the Indian market with regards to reliability and aftersales service. 

    Would you pay more for the Zontes offerings over more established rivals? Let us know in the comments section below. 

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