Top 5 Upcoming Bikes in India This Year (Confirmed)

Top 5 Upcoming Bikes in India This Year (Confirmed)

Top 5 Upcoming Bikes in India: 2019 will bring a long list of new bikes into India, most of them falling in the feasible local production segment while others using tax-loaded import routes that raise the overall cost by a great margin. Out of all the upcoming bikes, the five listed here are considered as the most-awaited bikes for 2019, offering class-leading value and performance to the Indian buyers in more than just one way. Here are the top 5 bikes that will arrive in India this year.

Top 5 Upcoming Bikes

1) KTM Duke 790

The middleweight KTM motorcycle will arrive in India in the coming weeks. It will be the most powerful motorcycle around its segment, rivalling none other than Ducati Monster 821, Triumph Street Triple and Yamaha MT-09 in India. The motorcycle is expected to carry a mouth-watering price tag of around INR 6 lakh while rivals are priced from INR 9 lakh and above. KTM 790 Duke offers class-leading electronics and a head-turning design. Know More

2) Jawa Perak

The motorcycle was first seen at the launch event of other two Jawa bikes. It came with a bigger engine and thus, produced 30 HP and 31 Nm from the 334cc unit. The initial price for Perak was INR 1.89 lakh but launch by the end of 2019 means a rise can be expected from the brand. They are currently offering 2-channel ABS plus a rear disc on all the variants. Know More

3) 2019 Yamaha R3

Expected to launch in India around mid of 2019, the Yamaha R3 is the most performance-friendly bike of this segment. The new model of YZF-R3 is powered by the same engine as the India-spec model, leaving the brand with a chance to enjoy part sharing and bring the same for an effective ex-showroom price of around INR 3.60 lakh. It will feature 2-channel ABS as standard, along with the upgrades like USD forks and a new all-digital instrument console. Know More

4) Honda CBR650R

The middleweight CBR650R is a replacement for CBR650F, adding twin headlight design and more power to the motorcycle. The weight has also been reduced to bring better power-to-weight ratio. Honda recently removed the CBR650F from their official website in India, and the brand has now started accepting the bookings for the CBR650R for a token amount of around INR 20,000-25,000. The 2019 CBR650R is expected to be priced around INR 8 lakh (ex-showroom). Know More

5) Kawasaki Z400

The streetfighter is based on the Ninja 400, adding new design elements to the naked series and using the same powerful 399cc motor to produce 49 HP. Kawasaki is also expected to add both the Ninja 400 and Z400 into the local production route in 2019. The new Z400 will be priced with a gap of around INR 40,000 from the faired version. Know More