BS6 CFMoto 650 GT Revealed
For quite a while now you can hear a lot about CFMoto because the Chinese bike manufacturer has been waving big waves, be it’s foreign or Indian market. The business has already moved into the BS6 age and is now working on BS6 650 GT’s introduction. CFMoto has already tricked the uninitiated with the introduction of 650 NK, GT’s sibling on the roadster. We can expect the company to unleash both bikes jointly and we can also see BS6 compliant 650 MT prowling on our roads.
The sticker price was INR 5.49 lakh when the 650 GT existed in my market. We may hope that the tower that complies with BS6 would cost a little more.
We expect no modifications except for a BS6-compliant engine. The BS6 CFMoto 650 GT is 21000 mm long, 784 mm wide, and 1340 mm high in terms of chassis and size. The bike is also 795 mm high and has a floor covering of 150 mm.
The CFMoto 650 GT is a capable long-distance tower with a fuel tank size of 19 liters and a curb weighing 226 kgs. A front telescopic/retraction fork and a back monoshock manage the suspension functions, and a Continental dual-channel ABS module handles the front and rear discs for braking tasks. Both aluminum 17-inch alloys have 120 (forwards) and 160 (forwards) pneumatics respectively.
The BS6 CFMoto 650 GT is a mechanically developed motorcycle built on a mature and robust engine design CFMoto 650CC. The bike is fitted with a 4-stroke, fluid-refrigerated,649.3cc In-line 2-cylinder engine capable of producing about 61.5 HP at 9,000 rpm and at a peak of around 58.5Nm at 7,000 rpm. The engine is coupled with an EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) system and a 6-speed gearbox.
As we said, CFMoto makes big waves worldwide and recently has released 800 MT in the same vein. The KTM 790 Adventure is derived from CFMoto. Both businesses agreed to exchange technology and produce new technologies under the same framework. The two-wheeled giants can be expected to grace us with some fascinating wheels.
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