CF Moto has put out a teaser photo of the 650 NK and 300 NK, stating its launch is in July. With this, we expect the 650 GT and 650 MT to be launched too.
Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer, CF Moto is going to make its debut in India, next month. On its website, it has put a photo stating that 650 NK is going to launch in July, along with the 300 NK.
The manufacturer was scheduled to make a debut in India back in 2016. However, its earlier local partner, Eider Motors was shut down because of fraud cases against it. Now, it has tied up with AMW Motorcycles, which is based out of Hyderabad.
In India, CF Moto is going to launch an adventure motorcycle, a couple of naked street fighters and a fully-faired sportsbike as well. The engine capacity of the motorcycles will range from 250-650cc.
CF Moto 650 NK has been already spotted in India, a couple of months before its launch. Actually, the 650 GT, 650 MT, 300 NK and 400 NK, all have been spied testing. That’s the entire lineup with the 250 NK.
300 NK uses a 292.4cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine, that produces 33.5 BHP and 20.5 NM of peak torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. It will look similar to the 250 NK, sharing most of the equipments.
Suspension is handled by USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the back. Front and Rear disc brakes with dual-ABS will provide the stopping power. 300 NK will use an underbelly exhaust system, just like KTM.
CF Moto 650 NK will use a 649cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin cylinder engine, that produces 61.68 BHP at 9000 RPM and 56 Nm of torque at 7000 RPM. The same engine will come on 650 GT and 650 MT, but with different tuning.
This one will come with telescopic forks at the front and an adjustable monoshock at the back. For braking, it will use dual disc brakes at the front and a single disc at the back with ABS.
Reports also suggest that the 650 GT (sportsbike) and 650 MT (ADV) will be launched in July itself. Remaining 400 NK and 250 NK might be launched later this year. The operations will first commence in Hyderabad and Bangalore, spreading out to Mumbai, Chennai and Delhi later.