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Dear readers, just get ready to hit the roads in style as September 2023 is set to bring a wave of excitement, offering a diverse range of options for car and bike enthusiasts in India by looking forward to a thrilling lineup of upcoming cars and bikes. We should move on to our article to tell you the exciting details of these cars and bikes.

Upcoming Cars and Bikes in India 2023

New-Gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350:

The famous Indian company, The Royal Enfield is just going to introduce its new iconic model the “New-Gen Royal Enfield Bullet 350” on the 1st of September 2023. According to the information we have collected, the new Bullet 350 will be placed in the middle of the Classic 350 and the Hunter 350. It has some common features with the latest Classic 350 including its Engine and platform. The new Bullet 350 will get its power from a brand-new engine that is expected to be really strong. It will come with a top power of 20 horsepower and a maximum twisting force of 27 Nm. Furthermore, the car will come with a five-speed gearbox for speed control. It will come in three different versions with a starting price of 1.50 lakh Indian rupees which will go to the 2.25 lakh Indian rupees.

New TVS Apache RTR 310:

The TVS is all set to launch its new model the “Apache RTR 310” on the 6th of September 2023. This motorbike is going to come with amazing features including a digital instrument cluster, TFT screen, alloy wheels, upside-down front forks, ride modes, adjustable levers, LED lighting all around, and many more. The new TVS Apache RTR 310 will come with a 313 cc engine with just one cylinder even without any covering. This engine will produce at least 33 horsepower at 9,700 revolutions per minute and 27.3 Newton meters of torque at 7,770 revolutions per minute (rpm). The company is trying to make some adjustments to make the engine perform even better. The starting price of the new Apache RTR 310  is 2.5 lakh Indian rupees.

Citroen C3 Air cross:

  The Citroen C3 Air Cross is going to be launched in September and the price of it will be announced in September as well. The car is going to come with two available options: one with five seats and another with seven seats. As it is mostly made locally, we are expecting it to have a competitive price. It will come with a 1.2L turbo petrol engine and is equipped with a six-speed transmission.

Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus:

The Mahindra Bolero Neo Plus is coming out in September 2023. It will be available with either seven or nine seats. It will be positioned below the Scorpio Classic in Mahindra’s lineup. The car will have a 2.2L diesel engine.

Suzuki V-Strom 800DE:

Considering the frequent sightings of the V-Strom 800DE in India, it is highly likely that the launch will take place next month. This adventure tourer was first introduced to the world in late 2022 and will come with an upgraded 776 cc parallel twin-cylinder engine.

Tata Nexon Facelift & Nexon EV Facelift:

 Tata Motors has exciting news. On September 14, they will be launching the all-new Nexon and Nexon EV in the Indian market. These updated models will have a fresh design inspired by the Curvy concept. Inside, the interior will receive a major upgrade with advanced features and technologies. Get ready for an enhanced driving experience.

Hyundai i20 Facelift:

While it has not been confirmed yet, there are rumors that the updated Hyundai i20 might be launched in India in September. The upcoming changes to the car will be small, both inside and outside, just to keep the current generation going a little longer. It is unlikely that there will be any modifications to the powertrain.

5-Door Force Gurkha:

We have seen the bigger Force Gurkha being tested on the roads a few times. It seems like it will be more practical compared to the current three-door version. There will be some small visual changes, but it will still use the 2.6L diesel engine from Mercedes-Benz. It is going to be launched in September 2023 in the Indian market.

Toyota SUV Coupe (Fronx Based):

After releasing the Rumion MPV, Toyota is thinking of introducing a renamed version of the Maruti Suzuki Fronx in September 2023. They might call it the Urban Cruiser Taisor. It will have some small visual alterations inside and outside, different from its original model. The car will be equipped with a 1.2L petrol engine and a 1.0L turbo petrol engine.

Honda Elevate:

  The Honda Elevate is getting closer to its official release. On September 4, the prices for this midsize SUV will be announced. The Honda Elevate is based on the same platform as the fifth-gen City. The Honda Elevate is expected to come with a 1.5L NA four-cylinder petrol engine which will deliver 121 PS power and 145 Nm torque. You also have the option to choose between a six-speed manual transmission or a CVT. The Elevate offers a wide range of choices. The starting price of it is around 11 lakh and will go up to 18 lakh Indian rupees.

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