Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer CFMoto launched its 650 cc line in the Indian market with BS6 compliant emission norms.

  • BS6 CFMoto 650NK, 650MT and 650GT launched in India
  • 650cc BS6 price band ranges from Rs 4.29 lakh to Rs 5.59 lakh ex-showroom
  • All the motorcycles come powered by a 649cc parallel twin cylinder engine

Finally, CFMoto the Chinese two-wheeler has reintroduced the 650cc range of its bikes in the Indian market, which was discontinued last year due to the implementation of new BS6 emission norms. The CFMoto 650cc bikes consist of 650NK, 650MT and 650GT come compliant with BS6 norms. The updates come in handy due to which the price has been revised for all the bikes, unlike the BS6 CFMoto 300NK that consists of the same price as the BS4 compliant one. The 300NK was launched a little while ago in the Indian market.

CFMoto BS6 NK650 MT650 GT650 launched in india
CFMoto MT650 BS6

The CFMoto 650cc bikes price has been revised, now 650NK priced at Rs 4.29 lakh that is a price hike of Rs 30,000 over the BS4 compliant one. The 650MT now priced at Rs 5.29 lakh which is Rs 30,000 more expensive than the earlier model. The top-end model 650GT now priced at Rs 5.59 lakh, which results in Rs 10,000 more than the previous older model. (All the prices are ex-showroom). While, for the new buyers the overall performance will be impressive, but the existing buyers will notice the bike change in performance compared with BS6 one.

CFMoto BS6 NK650 MT650 GT650 launched in india
CFMoto 650 BS6 launched in India

The CFMoto 650cc range of bikes comes powered by the same 649.3 cc parallel twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, which belts out 56 PS of maximum power and 54.4 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain coupled with a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox system. As compared with the BS4 version the power and torque output has been reduced in every variant. The bikes come with plenty of features like LED lighting all-round, 17-inch alloy wheels, digital cluster, and so on. The braking is handled by a dual disc at the front and a single disc at the rear wheel, along with a Dual-channel ABS system.    

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