The 2020 iteration of the CFMoto 650NK and 400NK have been revealed much before you were supposed to see them. Even some of their specifications are out.
The leaked photographs of the 2020 CFMoto 650NK reveal the styling tweaks on the new model. While the basic silhouette remains identical to the outgoing (Euro-IV) model, the 2020 versions get the revised tank and radiator shrouds. The front fender on the updated model features a dual-tone finish and a split-style design.
The 400NK seems to have received a few additional tweaks in the form of a new headlight that appears to be similar to the unit on the 250NK/300NK. The headlight mask, too, appears to be noticeably different. The 650NK, on the other hand, will reportedly arrive with a new instrument console. The 650 cc variant of the NK family could arrive with a colour TFT display instead of the LCD panel on the current model. The 250NK/300NK comes with a colour dash, and we could see a similar unit on the 2020 650NK. Rest of the styling cues look nearly identical to the outgoing versions.
The 2020 650NK and the 400NK will carry the same dimensions and weight as their respective Euro-IV versions. The performance numbers, too, will be the same, and the parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine powered 650NK and 400NK deliver 60 hp and 41 hp respectively.
Hardware specifications, too, are similar to the current models'. Thus, the shock absorption tasks on both, the 650NK and the 400NK are performed by conventional telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the back. Anchoring power comes from dual discs at the front and a single rotor at the back – both featuring a petal-type design.
The new motorcycles will most likely arrive at the 2019 EICMA motorcycle show in (5-10) November along with the rest of the 2020 line-up. We would also see the India-bound 300SR – the fully-faired version of the 300NK – at the motoring event in Milan, Italy. The Indian launch of the CFMoto 300SR will happen in mid-2020 (May-August 2020).