Chinese bikemakers CF Moto have teamed up with Indian brand AMW, and launched four motorcycles today. They and will be selling its products via the CKD route. The company has also set up a manufacturing unit in Bengaluru with production capacity of 10,000 units per annum.
Speaking about dealer network, as of today, there are only two dealerships; one each in Bengaluru and Hyderabad. The company plans expansion of dealership network to Delhi, Mumbai and Chennai soon.
CF Motor 650 NK shows off a sporty and aggressive stance. It is presented in colours Athens blue/Pearl black, New Pearl white/Pearl black. It measures 2,114mm in length, 757mm in width and 1,100mm in height with a 1,415mm wheelbase.
Seat height is at 815mm and ground clearance at 150mm while kerb weight stands at 206 kgs. It also boasts of a turning diameter of 5.4 meters and payload capacity of 150 kgs with fuel tank of 17 litre capacity. It gets an all LED headlamp.
CF Moto 650 NK gets its power via a 649.3 cc 2-cylinder inline, 8-valve, Liquid cooled, DOHC, BOSCH EFI engine offering 60 hp power at 9,000 rpm and 56 Nm torque at 7,000 rpm. The engine claims a top speed of 180 kmph, and gets dual channel ABS.
Suspension is handled via telescopic forks in the front and monoshock at the rear while braking is via hydraulic dual disc in the front and single disc at the rear with ABS offered as standard. The 650NK sits on 17” wheels fitted with 120/70 ZR17 tyres in the front and 160/60 ZR17 tyres at the rear. It enters the segment in India to compete with the Kawasaki Z650, which is priced at Rs.5.69 lakh, ex-sh.
CFMoto bikes will be made available with a dedicated app. This will help with service issues and offer convenience and respite at a fingertip. The detailed app will offer details like whether spare parts are available or not in matter of 5 minutes.
The motorcycles comes with a standard two year warranty. Customers can purchase a three-year extended warranty package. The company has already partnered with select banks to make available 100 percent finance on ex-sh price of bikes.