Keeway recently made its way to the Indian market. The brand brought three products to the market – two scooters and a cruiser motorcycle. One of the two scooters is the Sixties 300i. The retro scooter is available in three colour options in India. These are – Matte Grey, Matte Light Blue and Matte White. However, the Chinese market now gets a new Sixties 300i Gulf Livery edition.
Keeway Sixties 300i Gulf Livery – What’s Different?
The biggest difference is the appearance. The retro scooter now sports a gloss light blue colour with orange highlights all over. The design of the Gulf Livery edition remains the same as the regular model. At the front, the scooter gets an orange surround for the LED headlight and an orange-coloured grille. The front fender also gets an orange border. Moving on to the side, one can see even more orange. The entire inside of the front apron comes in orange colour. Furthermore, it extends to the back of the scooter. The side panels get a Gulf sticker and orange highlights.
The sides are where you will also get to see the wheels. The design of the wheel remains identical to the regular Sixties 300i. However, they have a vintage-like white bordering on the tyres to increase the retro appeal.
Mechanically, the scooter remains the same as the regular variant. However, unlike the Indian-spec Sixties 300i, the China-spec gets an air-cooled engine. In India, we get a liquid-cooled engine on the Sixties 300i. The displacement of the engine, at 278.2cc, remains the same. However, there is a slight increase in power and torque. The Indian Sixties 300i produces 18.96 PS and 21 Nm of torque. On the other hand, the China-spec version makes 21.75 PS and 23.5 Nm of torque. Thus, the air-cooled engine in the China-spec Sixties 300i makes 2.79 PS and 1.5 Nm more than the India-spec model.