New Keeway Vieste 300 & Sixties 300i Scooters Launched In Kerala; Deliveries Starting This Month

Keeway India have officially launched their new scooters in Kerala… The deliveries are scheduled to begin this month…

So, in our last article we reported that Benelli-Keeway inaugurated their 50th dealership in Kerala, which makes it their 3rd location in the state. 

Along with this, Keeway have officially launched their Vieste 300 and Sixties 300i scooters in Kerala state. They have provided colour-wise ex-showroom pricing for both the newly launched scooters. 

They have also shared that the deliveries of these scooters will begin from this month itself. 

2022 Keeway Vieste 300 Colour-wise Price in Kerala

In Kerala, Keeway have priced the Vieste 300 starting at Rs. 3,03,000/- (ex-showroom) for the Matte Blue colour and goes all the way to Rs. 3,24,000/- (ex-showroom) for the Matte White colour. 

The Vieste 300 maxi-scooter gets 4-LED headlight unit combined with DRLs, LED tail-light and turn-indicators and for convenience gets Keyless ignition assisted by a key-fob. Additionally, this is the first scooter in our country to offer heated-grips as standard. 

Powering the Viesti 300 is a 278 cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine which produces 18.7 HP at 6,500 RPM and 22 Nm of torque at 6,000 RPM. The transmission is automatic and the final drive is Belt-drive. 

Other highlighting features include 12 L fuel capacity, Single-disc at both front & rear, Telescopic shocks at both ends, 13” alloys and Dual-channel ABS as standard. 

2022 Keeway Sixties 300i Colour-wise price in Kerala

Their second retro-scooter offering, Sixties 300i, has been priced starting at Rs. 3,03,000/- (ex-showroom) to Rs. 3,24,000/- (ex-showroom) in Kerala. 

Similar to the Vieste 300, the Sixties 300i is powered by the same engine as its sibling,  a 278 cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine which produces 18.7 HP at 6,500 RPM and 22 Nm of torque at 6,000 RPM. 

Other highlights of the retro-scooter include 12” alloy wheels, anchored by single-disc setup at both ends aided by dual-channel ABS as standard. 

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