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Below you will find a list of the top 5 upcoming two-wheelers in India in September 2022 that you should keep an eye out for. Several businesses are actively working on releasing items to the market this month.

1. Bajaj Pulsar N150

Bajaj is currently modernizing its product lineup in India and plans to introduce the all-new Pulsar N150. Recently, the upcoming Pulsar N150 was spotted being tested. It will likely come in two variants. More information on the 150cc motor most likely to power the bike is still unknown.

2. Hero 125cc Scooter

The next 125cc Hero scooter will likely be priced between Rs 85,000 and Rs 90,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and it will have an aggressive design and powerful performance to compete with rivals like the NTorq 125. The company has not yet provided any information regarding the official specifications or the scheduled debut date of this upcoming 125cc scooter in India.

3. Ultraviolette F77

One of the country’s first performance-focused electric bikes, the brand-new Ultraviolette F77, is on sale this month. With a single charge, the upcoming F77 electric bike will have a range of more than 200 kilometers and performance on par with a 250cc motorcycle. Test drives are also expected to begin shortly after launch.

4. Hero Xpulse 200T 4V

Hero is ready to release the upgraded and improved XPulse 200T on the market. Hero’s XPulse is known as an affordable adventure bike. This 4V version will feature improved performance and numerous aesthetic improvements like gaitered forks and a small retro-style flyscreen.

5. New Kawasaki W175

On September 25, 2022, Kawasaki is slated to introduce a brand-new motorcycle. Although the company hasn’t released any information about its future bike, we anticipate it will unveil a baby retro bike. This will enable it to compete with rivals like the Bullet 350 and other 350cc bikes nationwide. The Kawasaki W175 may make its Indian debut after appearing on a test last year. According to sources, the company may introduce the all-new Z400 in India to take on rivals like the KTM 390 Duke.

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