Moto Morini X-Cape 650 Gets More Affordable In India By As Much As Rs 1.31 Lakh

The Moto Morini X-Cape 650 has now become more affordable and comes with a 649 cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine which produces 60 bhp of power and 54 Nm of peak torque.
Moto Morini X-Cape 650 Times Drive

Moto Morini X-Cape 650

Moto Morini has reduced the prices of its bikes in India for the X-Cape 650 range. To be specific, the X-Cape 650 comes priced at Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom), which is a reduction of around Rs 1.31 lakh when compared to the 2023 models. The off-road variant of the bike, X-Cape 650X is now available for Rs 6.49 (ex-showroom). This makes the bike more affordable by around Rs 1 lakh. This price cut is effective immediately and will apply to all paint schemes of the model.
With these changes, the brand expects to make the motorcycle more accessible to Indian consumers. As part of the plan for 2024, the brand is also planning on expanding its dealers network and model portfolio. The change in prices will affect the bikes in the range of Kawasaki's adventure motorcycles.
The middleweight adventure bike comes with a 649 cc liquid-cooled twin-cylinder engine which produces 60 bhp of power and 54 Nm of peak torque. This power unit works with a six-speed gearbox. This engine is capable of pushing the bike to a top speed of up to 170 kmph.
The bike has that adventure bike persona with a twin LED headlight design and a tall windscreen. The looks of the bike are complemented by paint schemes like red passion, carrara white, smoky anthracite, and black ebony. On the side of features, the bike gets a seven-inch TFT screen which enables Bluetooth connectivity, it also has a USB charging port, ABS, tire pressure monitoring system, handlebar backlit, and multiple riding modes.
On the hardware side, the bike gets 298 mm double discs on the front end with 2-piston Brembo brakes. While the rear end has a 255 mm single-disc brake. The suspension duties are handled by upside-down Marzocchi preload adjustable forks. On the rear end, the bike has a Kayaba monoshock, adjustable in spring preload.
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