Home Bike News CF Moto 400NK, 400GT and 300SR India Launch Scheduled For 2020

CF Moto 400NK, 400GT and 300SR India Launch Scheduled For 2020

CF Moto has scheduled the India launch of 400 NK, 400GT and 300SR for next year. The manufacturer is going to make its debut in India next month.

CF Moto with AMW Motorcycles is launching three new motorcycles next month. 300NK and 650NK have been confirmed as of now, with chances of 650 MT and 650GT also debuting in July.

Fresh reports suggest that CF Moto will also launch 400NK, 400GT and 300SR in India, but in 2020. The 400NK has already been spied testing on Indian roads. That will make seven motorcycles from the Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer.

For some time post the launch, the motorcycles will only be available in Hyderabad and Bangalore. Later, CF Moto is planning to spread out its operations to Mumbai, Delhi, Pune and Chennai.

Also Read: CF Moto 650 NK And 300 NK India Launch Confirmed For July!

As said earlier, 400NK is a naked streetfighter which looks similar to the 650NK. 400GT is a fully faired touring motorcycle, again similar to the 650GT. The 300SR will be a more aggressive sporty motorcycle, which will look similar to the 250SR. The latter was teased as a concept version last month.

CF Moto 400NK and 400GT will use the same 400cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin cylinder engine but with different tuning. 400 NK will produce 40.9 BHP at 7650 RPM and 34.4 Nm of torque at 9,500 RPM. The 400GT will produce 42.2 BHP at 9250 RPM and 36.5 Nm at 7500 RPM.

Since 400NK is a naked street bike, it will get its tuning favoured for the city riding. The 400GT will get relaxed gear rations, which is ideal for touring.

Also Read: CF Moto 250SR Unveiled; India Launch Likely Next Year

The 300SR will use a 292cc liquid-cooled single cylinder engine, that produces 33.5 BHP at 7200 RPM and 20.5 Nm of torque at 8800 RPM. It is likely to share the mechanics with the 300NK.

Expect the CF Moto 400NK to go against KTM 390 Duke, Bajaj Dominar 400 and BMW G 310 R in India. 400GT will go against BMW G 310 GS and KTM 390 Adventure. Lastly, the 300SR will go against Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC390 and TVS Apache RR310.

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