The K-Light 250V, priced at Rs. 2.89 lakh, was unveiled today in India by Keeway Motors (ex-showroom). The Qianjiang Group, the parent company of both Qianjiang Motors and Benelli, owns Keeway Motors. The 249cc air-cooled four-stroke 8-valve V-twin engine of the quarter-litre cruiser is the slightest displacement V-twin in India, producing 18.7 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 19 Nm at 5,500 rpm of torque. Gearboxes with five gears are standard.
The seat height of the K-Light 250V is 715 millimetres, while the wheelbase is 1,530 millimetres. It weighs 179 kg and has a 20 litre gasoline tank. Dual-channel ABS and disc brakes on both ends are standard equipment on this bike. Front and rear tyre sizes are 120/80-16 and 140/70-16.
The broad handlebars and forward-set footpegs on this bike make it easy to ride. Hydraulic front and rear suspension has telescopic shock absorbers.
A circular daytime running light (DRL) surrounds a tiny LED in the headlight cluster. A LED brake light may be seen on the vehicle’s tail end. Matte Dark Grey, Matte Blue, and Matte Black are all colour possibilities for the K-Light 250V. It costs Rs 2.89 lakh to get a Matt Blue, while it costs Rs 2.99 lakh to get a Matt Dark Grey or Matt Black (all prices ex-showroom).
The Keeway K-Light 250V motorbike is the only 250cc motorcycle on the Indian market with a distinctive design. With a circular LED DRL and a raised handlebar with turn signals, it has a round-shaped all-LED headlight. A muscular fuel tank, eight-spoke alloy wheels, a scooped seat, forward-set footpegs, twin exhausts, and an LED taillight are among the motorcycle’s characteristics. A matte black, a matte blue, and a matte dark grey are all available.
A V-twin Air-cooled 249cc, 4-valve, air-cooled engine powers the Keeway K-Light 250V Cruiser. First and only quarter-liter cruiser in India to feature a V-twin engine. ‘ At 8,500 RPM, this motor produces 18.7 horsepower and 19 nm of peak torque. Belt-driven transmission and a 5-speed manual gearbox are standard equipment.
At the front, the Keeway K-Light 250V has telescopic forks, while at the back, it has dual hydraulic shocks. The cruiser has disc brakes on both ends and dual-channel ABS for stopping. The front tyre is a 120/80-16, while the rear one is a 140/70-16 tubeless tyre. The fuel tank-mounted semi-digital instrument cluster, which includes a gear position indication and other trip-related data, is one of the motorcycle’s standout characteristics.
Starting at Rs 2.89 lakh for the Matte Blue colour, the new 2022 Keeway K-Light 250V is available for purchase. Ex-showroom, the Matte Dark Grey and Matte Black models cost Rs 2.99 lakh and Rs 3.09 lakh, respectively. This cruiser motorbike may be pre-ordered for a nominal fee of Rs 10,000 on Keeway India’s website. To begin delivery in mid-July, Benelli motorcycle stores throughout the United States will be able to sell it.
A cruiser motorbike, a maxi-scooter, and a retro-styled scooter were all unveiled by Keeway Motors in India last week. In terms of its style and specifications, the K-Light 250V cruiser seems to be an intriguing option. This week, the Keeway K-Light 250V is expected to go on sale. Here are five things to know about it now.
Has The Look Of A Cruiser.
The Keeway K-Light 250V is a traditional, beefy cruiser motorbike in terms of design. The instrument cluster stands atop a huge shaped tank. Round headlight, wide handlebar and scooped out seat for the rider are just a few examples of other design features. Dual exhaust pipes and a swingarm-mounted tyre hugger and number plate are also present.
The Only 250cc V-Twin In The Indian Market.
Only a V-twin engined 250cc motorbike is available in India at this time, the Keeway K-Light 250V. On sale in the United States was the Hyosung Aquila 250 cruiser and GT250R sportbike with 250cc V-twin engines.
A Belt-driven Mechanism
The belt drive system, which is characteristic of cruiser motorcycles, is another standout feature of the K-Light 250V in addition to the V-twin engine. With a displacement of 249cc, the Keeway cruiser air-cooled, 8-valve V-twin engine generates 18.7hp at 8,500rpm and 19.7Nm at 5,500rpm, respectively. 5 gears are located between the engine and belt drive system.
Gets A USD Fork Up Front
Upside-down (USD) forks and dual hydraulic shock absorbers are found on the Keeway K-Light 250V motorcycle. There are disc brakes on both ends of the vehicle, as well as dual-channel ABS.
As for the bike’s physical attributes, the 715mm seat height makes it quite approachable, as the Royal Enfield Meteor’s 765mm seat height proves. In addition to the 160mm of ground clearance, the bike weighs 179kg, which is a little on the heavier side.
LED Lights All Around.
The Keeway’s headlight, tail lamp, and indicators all use LED technology, which is becoming more prevalent on current bikes. The K-Light 250V’s instrument cluster comprises a digital speedometer, an analogue tachometer, gear position indication, fuel level indicator, and trip metre. Touring should not be an issue due to the large capacity of the fuel tank (20 litres). The front and rear tyre sizes of the K-light 250V are 120/80-16 and 140/70-16, respectively.