The K-Light is a brand new motorcycle that will take on Royal Enfield with great styling and design

Motorcycle Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser: Keeway, a two-wheeler manufacturer based in Hungary, has launched three new products in India. Retro scooters, maxi scooters, and a powerful motorcycle are among the two-wheelers on display. In this article, we’ll tell you about the Kiway K-Lite 250V bike.

Motorcycle Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser: Keeway, a two-wheeler manufacturer based in Hungary, has begun operations in India and has introduced three new models. The retro style scooter Sixties 300i is first in this new innovative portfolio, followed by the maxi scooter Vieste 300, and finally the all new cruiser motorcycle K Light 250V, about which we will inform you today. are donating The Chinese Qianjing Group owns this brand. Kiway has established a presence in Latin America, Europe, Asia, and Africa, where it sells low-powered vehicles ranging from 50 to 125cc.

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Keeway K-Light 250V Image
Keeway K-Light 250V Image

Fantastic design and style

The Keyway K-Lite 250V is a low-cost cruiser motorcycle that resembles the Harley-Davidson Fat Bob. This bike is available in 125 and 200 cc variants in the overseas market, but it was only launched with a 250 cc engine in India, and the bike launched here is also slightly larger in size. The K-Lite 250V is available in three colours: matte black, matte blue, and matte grey. The Keyway K-Lite 250V has sculpted fuel tank, fully LED lights, terraced seats, engine guard, and two silencers, among other features. This bike may be less powerful, but depending on the price, it may be a better option than a Royal Enfield.

Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser
Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser

The new motorcycle has a powerful engine

The Keyway K-Lite 250V is powered by a 249cc air-cooled V-twin engine with 18.7 Bhp and 19 Nm of peak torque. The front and rear of the bike have telescopic forks and hydraulic suspension, respectively. Dual-channel ABS is also included, as well as disc brakes on both the front and rear wheels. Aside from that, the new motorcycle measures 2,230 mm in length, 920 mm in width, 1,530 mm in wheelbase, and 1,090 mm in height. The company has not yet announced the price of this bike, but you can reserve one for Rs 10,000.

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