• Keeway Motor has launched the Sixties 300i and Vieste 300 at Rs 2.99 lakh

Product delivery to start from June 2022 onwards

Keeway Motor has revealed the prices of two of its recent launches: the Sixties 300i and the Vieste 300 at introductory pieces of Rs 2.99 lakh. They will start the deliveries from June 2022 onwards.

There are no variants for both the scooters, though they have been priced variably based on the colour schemes and here is the ex-shoroom price list:

Sixties 300i

Matte Light Blue: Rs 2.99 lakh

Matte Grey: Rs 3.10 lakh

Matte White: Rs 3.20 lakh

Vieste 300

Matte Blue: Rs 2.99 lakh

Matte Black: Rs 3.10 lakh

Matte White: Rs 3.20 lakh

Keeway is a sister company to Benelli and made its debut in the Indian market on May 17, 2022. It commenced booking for three products in India: K-Light 250V cruiser motorcycle, Sixties 300i scooter and Vieste 300 maxi-scooter. All three models are open for booking online. 

Sixties 300i

The Sixties 300i has been priced at Rs 2.99 lakh onwards by Keeway Motor. Bearing retro looks from the 60s, the scooter aptly bears the name ‘Sixties 300i’. Upfront it gets a square-shaped headlamp, large front mudguard and a grille like design with indicators on the apron. It gets split seats and runs on 120/70 section 12-inch tyres at both ends. It is available in Matte Light Blue, Matte White and Matte Grey paint jobs.

Powering the scooter is a 278cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that makes 18.7PS @ 6,500rpm and 22Nm @ 6,000 rpm.

Vieste 300

The Vieste 300 has also been priced at Rs 2.99 lakh onwards by Keeway Motor. The Vieste 300 is a maxi-scooter from the brand with a focus on daily urban commuting. It boasts a sporty design with angular bodywork. Upfront the twin LED projector headlamp looks good and adds to the overall sportiness of the scooter. It gets stepped seats, sporty looking exhaust and a 12-litre fuel tank. It runs on large 13-inch wheels on both ends, though the rear gets larger 130/70 section tyres. It is available in shades of Matte Black, Matte Blue and Matte White.

The maxi-scooter gets the same engine as in the Sixties 300i that pumps out 18.7PS @ 6,500rpm and 22Nm @ 6,000 rpm.

While the bookings for the K-Light 250V have been commenced, the prices are yet to be revealed and will be announced at a later date.

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