Keeway India launches second V-twin cruiser motorcycle, Benda V302C, at Rs 3.89 lakh

Keeway has launched its fourth offering and second V-twin cruiser motorcycle in India, the Benda V302C. It comes in three color options – Grey, Black and Red, priced at ₹3.89 lakh, ₹3.99 lakh and ₹4.09 lakh, respectively.

The Benda V302C sits above the brand’s smallest V-twin motorcycle, the K-Light 250V. Although both of these cruisers have a V-twin configuration, the Benda gets the larger 298cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine with 4 strokes, 8 valves and a single overhead camshaft (SOHC) that produces healthy power. of 29.5 hp at 8500 rpm and a maximum torque of 26.5 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed gearbox with a slipper clutch. Thus, the Benda V302C is expected to offer more performance and better cruising capabilities than its cheapest V-twin counterpart in India, the Keeway K-Light 250V.

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As for its features, the Benda V302C will offer dual-channel ABS, alloy wheels, nice round-shaped LCD dashboard, slipper clutch and LED for headlights and taillights. It also gets traction control settings, the details (level) of which are yet to be confirmed.

Regarding its cycle parts, the Keeway Benda V302C is equipped with telescopic fork suspensions for the front which obtains 120 mm of wheel travel, while for the rear it is equipped with double telescopic coil springs with oil shock absorbers and 42mm of wheel travel. Braking duties are handled by a single 300mm disc for the front wheels wrapped in 120/80-16 tires, while the rear wheels wrapped in 150/80-15 tires are fitted with a single 240mm disc.

The Keeway Benda V302C might be one of the cheapest V-twin cruiser motorcycles alongside the K-Light 250V. But in this price range, the Interceptor 650 is another serious contender with a twin-cylinder configuration. The Royal Enfield not only produces more power, but is also quite the VFM product. So which one to choose? Stay tuned for our spec sheet comparison between the two.

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