Latest Bikes In Indian Market

Suzuki GW250
Motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki is set to launch its 250cc bike GW250 in India in the second half of 2011. The company is bullish on the growing power bike segment of the Indian bike industry. The motorcycle may be priced around Rs. 1.5 lakh to 2 lakh. The 250cc 4-stroke liquid-cooled engine of Suzuki GW250 offers 26 horsepower at 8,500 rpm and 24Nm torque at 7,000 rpm. The Suzuki GW250 will most probably sport naked looks. With the GW250, Suzuki will aim at rivaling the Honda CBR250R and the Kawasaki Ninja 250R.
Expected Launch: Jul 2011 Expected Price: 1,50,000

Yamaha FZ250
Yamaha is developing two 250cc bikes for India – the faired Fazer model and this, the naked FZ model. Powered by a 250cc engine, Yamaha FZ250 will be priced around Rs. 1.1 lakh to Rs. 1.4 lakh. It will offer better power and torque, stylish looks, and anti-skid seat skin and wider tyres with alloy wheels for a better ride quality.
Expected Launch: Jul 2011 Expected Price: 1,10,000

Suzuki 100
After the success of its 125cc bike SlingShot, Suzuki Motorcycles India is set to launch a 100 cc bike in India. It is a smart move by the company as the entry-level bikes have around 50% share in the Indian bike market. The 100cc Suzuki bike may be introduced in July this year. The 100cc bike by Suzuki will be targeted at the mass market and will be fuel-efficient and economical. The bike may be priced at Rs. 35000 to Rs. 40000.
Expected Launch: Jul 2011 Expected Price: 40,000

Yahama Fazer 250
Yamaha’s Fazer 250 is another bike set to vroom into India this year. This 250cc bike is likely to arrive in India in the second half of 2011. It is likely to be priced in the range of Rs. 1.2 lakh to 1.5 lakh. Loaded with 249cc, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air-cooled, SOHC petrol engine, Fazer 250 offers great performance along with fuel efficiency. The bike is also known for its fuel efficiency and may deliver a fuel economy of 30kmpl in overall riding conditions. Apart from this, expect the bike to hit the 100km/h mark in just 9 seconds with a top speed of over 150km/h. Being the Fazer model, we expect the bike to be high on the style and comfort factor.
Expected Launch: Aug 2011 Expected Price: 1,20,000

Honda 100
Honda has set an ambitious goal to become India's bike market leader in the next 10 years after cutting off ties with long-term partner Hero. The company is going to launch a 100cc commuter bike this year. The launch of a mass-market bike may help the company increase its market share in the country. The company may set up a separate plant for manufacturing the bike.
Expected Launch: Aug 2011 Expected Price: 40,000

Aprilia RSV4
The Italian two-wheeler maker Aprilia is set to ride its superbike Aprilia RSV4 into India. The company, owned by Piaggio, is known for its race-winning super bikes. The 1000cc bike Aprilia RSV4 will be launched in India in 2011 in two variants – Factory and R. The bike will offer a better than expected performance to Indian speed lovers. The bike will be equipped with various features, picked up from their experience in racing. Powered by DOHC technology, the two-wheeler will have an electric digital ignition integrated in fuel management system. Aprilia RSV4 is likely to be priced from Rs. 16 lakh to Rs. 20 lakh for the Factory and R models.
Expected Launch: Sep 2011 Expected Price: 16,00,000

KTM 200
The new bike KTM 200 is on its way to India. Earlier there were speculations about the launch of the KTM 125 in India, however, now it is confirmed that instead of it, the KTM 200 will be launched in the country. The looks of the bike are in line with the smaller 125cc variant and needless to say, it looks terrific and sexy. We also believe the bike will be a light machine, thus offering good handling and exciting performance.
Expected Launch: Nov 2011 Expected Price: 1,25,000

Hyosung GT650N
After the successful launch of the GT650R sportsbike in India, Garware Motors, the Indian partner for Hyosung, is looking at launching the naked version of the same bike, the GT650N in November 2011. The GT650N will not have the full body like the GT650R and will instead sport a naked look with a round headlamp and a small sporty headlamp visor. Pricing is expected to come down from the current over Rs 4.5 lakh to under Rs 4.5 lakh.
Expected Launch: Nov 2011 Expected Price: 4,25,000

Yamaha BWS 125
Yamaha has been in the news for coming out with the new scooter range for the Indian market. They are already doing good business with the scooters in the international market though for India, they will probably start with one model, the BWS, by Jan 2012. It will be made in India and will be priced around the Rs 50,000 mark. The BWS 125 will be showcased at the Jan 2012 Auto Expo
Expected Launch: Jan 2012 Expected Price: 50,000

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