According to government guidelines, only BS6 vehicle will be sold in India from 1st April, 2020. Keeping this in market, bike makers are also ready to rock in Indian market in the year 2020. Have a look at our top 5 picks that are going to be launch in Indian market.
1- Yamaha XSR 155: Yamaha XSR155 is one of the most awaited bikes in India and makes a lot of sense in Indian market as it comes with power packed R-15 version 3.0 and also features a distinctive neo-retro style.
2- Honda CB650R: Honda is not too behind in launching sports bike and bringing its CB650R to the Indian market. Built on Neo sports cafe design, the bikes is a blend of modern design and Japanese technology.
Originally unveiled at 2018 EICMA, the bike will be a perfect option for Those who want thrill with comfort, along with classic styling. As per sources, honda could unveil the CB650R with a price of RS 7.7 Lakh (ex-showroom India)
3- 2-Honda CB500X: Touring-centric ADV leaning with long-travel suspension and Honda reliability make the CB500x quite ideal for Indian Market. Expect price will be around Rs 5.5 Lakh (ex-showroom).
Honda CB500X comes with tall windshield and touring-friendly ergonomics and 17.7-litre fuel tank. With and expected average of 28.6 KMPL, the bike can go around 500 Km in a tank full. With 47.5 PS and 43 NM on tap, the bike is reasonably powerful. It comes with 6-speed transmission and slipper clutch.
4- Suzuki SV650: The Suzuki SVV650 is a neo-retro road star. It’s a two-cylinder motorcycle and will be an ideal premium alternative to the Royal Enfiled 650 Twins. Expect the price of the bike can be around Rs 6 Lakh to Rs 6.2 Lakh (ex-showroom).
It comes with low-rpm assistance for ease of maneuvering at low speeds. With 76PS and 64NM on tap, the Suzuki SV650 offers 5PS and 2NM.
When you have more than 200 different bikes to choose it’s difficult to make a choice. But hopefully, this list will help you to choose the best bikes. Explore the list of best bikes to be launch in India and book the one in advance.
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5- Aprilia RS 660: Aprilia’s litre-class superbikes are nothing short of phenomenal. With The unveiling of the Rs 660 at the 2019 EICMA, The Italian brand wanted to offer the taste of Italian exotic exhilaration in a smaller, more affordable package. If Aprilia launches this motorcycle in India, it will be sold via the CBU route and is likely to cost about RS 13 Lakh (ex-showroom).
what makes this motorcycle well worth the money is that it get its parallel twin motor sliced from the legendary RSV4. The 101.4 PS motor is tempered by a host of electronic aids like traction, wheelie and engine brake control; Cruise control and five power modes. The bike even comes with a quick shifter for Clutchless upshifts and downshifts. MotoGP Fans will be delighted to know that the bike gets aerodynamic winglets which are designed to offer optimum downforce and also to deflect the engine heat off the rider.
6- Honda CB500X: Touring-centric ADV leaning with long-travel suspension, butter-smooth parallel twin and Honda reliability make the CB500X quite ideal for Our market. Expect Honda to price it at around Rs 5.5 Lakh (ex-showroom) in our market.
The motorcycle comes with comfortable touring-friendly ergonomics, tall windshield, full digital instrument cluster and a generous 17.7 Liter fuel tank. This coupled with a claimed efficiency figure of 28.6 kmpl, the bike can theoretically go a little over 500Km on a tank full. There aren’t any rider aids in this motorcycle either, but with 47.5 PS and 43 Nm on tap, the bike is reasonably powerful without being too intimidating. The engine works in conjunction with a 6-speed transmission with assist and slipper clutch.