Upcoming Bikes in India 2014
The new Hero Karizma 2014 comes with the same twin projector Headlamp setup that the new ZMR boasts.It is not so distinct than ZMR except getting ''quarter-variant'' of the new ZMR's fairing.New Karizma 2014 gets fairing mounted ORVMs unlike the current model along with “R premium sports” decal.
Expected Price : Rs 88,000 - Rs 1.00 L
Unveiled on 29th January the bike takes slight hints from Fireblade. Bike is powered by 250cc, single-cylinder, liquid cooled engine and will have the power output of 31 bhp. The bike will have disc brake at front as well as rear and will feature tubeless tyre.
Expected Price : Rs 1.40 L - Rs 1.70 L
Suzuki Gixxer’s engine and chassis have been developed by the engineers who designed the GSX-R series of motorcycles. The Gixxer is Suzuki’s new flagship 155cc motorcycle which is positioned as a sporty motorcycle in the segment. The bike is built on a light and stiff frame. Suzuki has developed an all new engine for this bike utilising SEP (Suzuki Eco Performance) technology. Suzuki ‘Gixxer’ motorcycle is a combination of style and performance. The bike is powered by a 155 cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC engine
Expected Price : Rs 80,000 - Rs 90,000
KLR 650 is one of the best multipurpose bikes in the Kawasaki’s lineup and is lined up for getting launched in the Indian market. KLR is the no fuss all terrain tool from Kawasaki which is also light on the pocket. Expect the bike to be launched by the end of 2013 and in a very tempting price range
Expected Price : Rs 5.00 L - Rs 6.00 L
The new Hero Karizma ZMR 2013 gets a Twin projector headlamp setup. New ZMR gets some small upgrades like a sportier handle bar,muscular front fender,new muffler cover and wider tires.The sportier Karizma ZMR is powered by a 223cc oil-cooled fuel-injected four-stroke engine and produces 17.6 bhp @ 7,000 RPM of peak power and 19.73 NM @ 6,500 RPM of max torque.
Expected Price : Rs 1.00 L - Rs 1.20 L
Kawasaki has already started a successful innings with the Ninja 250 and 650 in India and has proved that they mean business. Now with their upcoming range they are going a step further ahead. Versys 650 is one of the most versatile bikes in the Kawasaki’s product range and with its immense practicality it is going to be a hoot for the Indian bikers.
Expected Price : Rs 5.00 L - Rs 7.00 L
Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS is basically fully-faired version of the Pulsar 200 NS which is already selling in good numbers. Bajaj will position the Pulsar 200 SS as a sports bike. Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS will be powered by a 200cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC, fuel-injected engine mated with a six-speed gearbox. The engine of Pulsar 200 SS is expected to churn out maximum power of 23.52Ps at 9500rpm and maximum torque of 18.3Nm at 8000rpm.
Expected Price : Rs 1.00 L - Rs 1.20 L
The new KTM RC390 is based on the Duke 390 and shares its 45bhp single-cyclinder engine. Featuring a trellis frame, sharp steering based on the Cup racer and Bosch electrics, plus a range of accessories, the RC390 should make a genuinely sporty alternative for someone who feels they just do not need a big 1000cc machine to have fun on Sundays.
Expected Price : Rs 2.00 L - Rs 3.00 L
After entering the Indian motorcycle market with the Duke 200 KTM is all set to launch one of its most notorious bikes the ‘990SMT’. It is a supermoto with long distance touring capabilities and it is all set to enter the Indian shores in the first quarter of 2013.
Expected Price : Rs 16.00 L - Rs 17.00 L
Italian motorcycle manufacturer MV is all set to begin its Indian chapter with its motorcycle lineup and one of their first bikes entering the Indian market will be the smaller engined Brutale 675. MV released all new Brutale 675 in 2011 and provided a middle weight affordable Brutale. Expect MV to be here by the end of 2013.
Expected Price : Rs 8.00 L - Rs 9.00 L