Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser, Vieste 300 and Sixties 300i Retro Classic Scooters
Hungarian brand Keeway, owned by Queue Group, has launched three products by the end of this year and announced plans for five more for India. The three new products launched for India are K-Light 250V Cruiser, Vieste 300 Maxi-Scooter, and Sixties 300i Retro Classic Scooter. Prices will be announced within a week.
The newly launched K-Light 250V Cruiser, Vieste 300 maxi-scoter, and Sixties 300i retro classic scooter will be available for trial rides from May 26 and for early June delivery. Booking is open for Rs 10,000 from today.
Keeway has joined Adishwar Auto Ride India and will use its 40+ dealership network across the country, including an assembly plant, to support Keeway’s growth. The company will work closely with Benelli (which is owned by QJ Group) to bring large displacement motorcycles and scooters to India.
Bikash Jhabakh, Managing Director, KEEWAY India, said, “We are delighted and pleased to introduce the young and enterprising Hungarian mark“ Kiwe ”to the Indian market. We at Benelli India have been working successfully for years on the Uber-competitive Indian mobility market. In our time to meet the unique needs of Indian motoring enthusiasts, we have identified a need for an attractively designed, well-powered and reliably moving dynamic product that fits the price and quality conscious Indian buyer. “
He added: “To meet this need, we have identified Benelli’s young Hungarian brother Kiwe as the right partner for us. Keeway’s mobility products have not only been well received by quality and design-oriented European markets, but have also performed exceptionally well in the demanding conditions of South Asia. “
After launching the K-Light 250V cruiser, the Vieste 300 maxi-scooter, and the Sixties 300i retro classic scooter, Keeway’s goal is to bring another cruiser to India, two retro-street motorcycles, a nude road and a race replica.
The K-Light 250V Cruiser will feature an LED headlight with a round DRL, play a 20-liter fuel tank and come in three colors: Matte Black, Matte Blue and Matte Dark Gray. The cruiser features a 16-inch wheel, a 20-liter fuel tank, USD suspension, dual exhausts, alloy-wheels, and disc brakes, as well as a dual-channel ABS on both ends.
Powering the K-Light 250V Cruiser is a 249 cc, air-cooled V-twin belt-powered motor that produces 18.7 hp and 19 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
The Vieste 300 Maxi-Scooter has disc brakes on both ends with LED lights, keyless start, a 12-liter fuel tank, a dual-channel ABS, 13-inch tires and a telescopic front suspension, among others.
The Sixties 300i Retro Classic scooter has a classic design with the same features as the Vieste 300 but it gets a 12-inch tire and a 10-liter fuel tank. The Sixties 300i and Vieste 300 are powered by a 278.2 cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 18.7 hp and 22 Nm of torque.
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