150cc to 400cc Forthcoming Motorcycles

The craze of sports bike is increasing day by day in the Indian two-wheeler market. The wait is over, 2018 has brought some new gifts to the bike lovers. And, the companies are busy in decorating their showroom with the upcoming bikes. Here is the list of upcoming bikes in India 2018 in increasing order along with their technical specification and expected price.

150cc-400cc Upcoming Bike in India 2018

Model Name Expected Price
Yamaha YZF R25 INR 2,50,000
Yamaha M-Slaz INR 1 Lakh
Yamaha YZF R15 V3 INR 1.25 Lakh
Yamaha MT 15 INR 1.10 Lakh
Kawasaki Ninja RR Mono INR 2,25,000
Kawasaki Z250SL INR 2,00,000
Bajaj Boxer X150 INR 53,000
Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS INR 78,000
Bajaj Pulsar RS400 INR 1,90,00
Hero Xtreme 200 S INR 88,000
Hero HX 250R INR 1,60,000
TVS BMW G310R INR 2,99,000
TVS Apache RR 310 INR 2,99,000
Hyosung GD 250N INR 1,75,000
Hyosung GDR250R INR 2,00,000
Honda CBR 300R INR 2,25,000

Yamaha 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Yamaha YZF R25

The YZF R25 is a quarter-liter motorcycle from Yamaha, that will be launched in 2017. YZF R25 is built on a completely new chassis and powerful engine. It shares a lot of design cues with the Yamaha’s YZF-M1 MotoGP motorcycle. The Yamaha YZF R25 comes equipped with a new 250cc displacement engine.

Yamaha YZF R25Thus, a twin cylinder, DOHC 8 Valves, the 250cc engine returns a power of 35 BHP at the rate of 12,000 RPM and gives a peak torque of 22.6 Nm at the rate of 10,000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a six-speed manual gearbox.

  • Engine: 321cc
  • Power: 35 BHP
  • Torque: 22.6 Nm
  • Expected Launch: Starting in 2017
  • Expected Price: Rs 2.75 Lakh
  • Check Specs of Upcoming Yamaha YZF R25

Yamaha M-Slaz (Xabre)

The Japanese venture, Yamaha may throw its naked street fighter, M-Slaz, which already has its availability in the Asian market. In Indonesia, M-Slaz has another title of ‘Xabre’. It is a prominent roadster in the 150cc segment which will fill up the space created by the elimination of some bikes like FZS, Fazer Standard in the Indian market.

Yamaha M-SlazThis naked streetfighter M-Slaz will get the position between 150cc commuters motorcycles and the sports offering YZF R15 and will carry the price tag nearer to 1 Lakh. The M-Slaz may make its entrance in India by the starting of 2018.

  • Engine: 149cc
  • Power: 16.09 BHP
  • Torque: 14.3 Nm
  • Expected Launch: 2018
  • Expected Price: Nearer to Rs. 1.10 Lakh

Yamaha YZF R15 V3 ( Launched )

The game changer Yamaha YZF R15 made its debut in the Indian motoring market in 2008. And just within the shorter duration of time, it will become the revs of the young generation hearts in Sports bike category. Now the Japanese giant is in full mood to roll out the upgrade, facelift version of YZF R15 and it dubbed as Yamaha YZF R15 V 3.0.

Yamaha YZF R15 V3Cosmetically it will be featured with the Yamaha M-Slaz features and it will also be returned to pump out more power than the V 2.0 power output 17PS and torque of 15Nm. The YZF R15 V 3.0 can make its debut in India in 2018 with a slight increase in price, which figure Rs. 1.25 Lakh.

  • Engine: 149cc
  • Power: 16.09 BHP
  • Torque: 14.3 Nm
  • Ex-Showroom Price: Rs. 1.27 Lakh
  • More Details of Yamaha YZF R15 Version 3

Yamaha MT 15

The Yamaha MT 15 is a naked street fighter of the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer also named as M-Slaz 150. The street fighter has been launched in Thailand at 2015 Thailand International Motor Show. The motorcycle is rumoured to be launched in India in the starting of 2018. Cosmetically, Yamaha MT 15 is based on the YZF-R15 version 2.0. The sharp and edgy design give the aggressive appearance of the motorcycle.

Yamaha MT 15Moreover, The naked street is powered by the same engine of 149cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine, SOHC engine that also powers the YZF-R15 version. The motor will deliver the peak power of 12.2 kW at 8,500 RPM and the peak torque of 15 Nm at 7,500 RPM, a motor is mated to a six-speed transmission.

  • Engine: 149 cc
  • Expected Power:   12.2 kW @ 8,500 RPM
  • Expected Torque:  15 Nm @ 7,500
  • Expected Launch:  2018
  • Expected Price: INR Rs.1,10,000
  • More About Yamaha MT-15

Kawasaki 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Kawasaki Ninja RR Mono

True they honor Kawasaki by the title of world’s renowned Japanese motorcycle brand known for manufacturing top-notch machines. Talking about the Ninja series, no single bike from the automaker has let down in any aspect. Here comes the next in line.

Kawasaki Ninja RR MonoKawasaki is about to launch a fully faired sports bike called Ninja RR Mono, which is a new single-cylinder version of the Ninja 250. Ninja’s are always at par excellence when it comes to design. With remarkable features and exquisite appearance, the Ninja RR Mono is worth mentioning on its designing front.

  • Engine: 249cc Displacement
  • Power: 27.62BHP
  • Torque: 22.6NM
  • Expected Launch: Not Announced Yet
  • Expected Price: INR 2.25 lakh

Kawasaki Z250SL

The Kawasaki Z250SL is a naked street fighter which will be launched in the country during the festival season or by the end of the year. The motorcycle looks combative with its narrower stance which comprises of an aggressive headlight, muscular fuel tank, and split-cum-steeped seats.

Kawasaki Z250SLFurthermore, the motorcycle is powered by a 249cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke and single cylinder engine which is featured with fuel injection system. The 249cc engine displacement returns 27.6 BHP of power at 9700 RPM and 22.5 Nm of torque at 8,200 RPM. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission. Moreover, the expected price of this motorcycle would be Rs. 2 lakhs.

  • Engine: 249cc
  • Power: 28 BHP
  • Torque: 22.6 Nm
  • Expected Launch: Sep 2018
  • Expected Price: 2 Lakh
  • More Details: Kawasaki Z250SL

Bajaj 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Bajaj Boxer X150

One of the popular commuters in the Indian two-wheeler market, Bajaj Boxer could make its re-entry soon in the country in a latest off-road avatar. The bike was spotted testing on the Mumbai-Pune highway near Lonavala which hints its re-introduction. Also, the poor sales numbers of Discover 150 and Platina is affirming the fact at a certain level.

Bajaj Boxer X150Embellished with a host of off-road equipment such as raised front mudguard and grippy tires, the motorcycle is christened as the Boxer X150 Cross. Different from the last going Boxer model, the X150 Cross boasts an array of updates on aesthetics which includes new sporty graphics, blacked out the theme with black alloy wheels and a rear carrier for carrying loads. Moreover, a new SNS suspension tech, along with a long single seat, is also been added to the bike for a cosier ride on poor roads. A similar 150cc single cylinder engine assembly from the last one which is liable to throw out 12 PS of power, will take care the powering duties on the X150 Cross as well.

  • Engine: 144.8cc
  • Power: 12 PS
  • Torque: 12.3 NM
  • Expected Launch: Not Announce
  • Expected Price: Nearer to Rs. 53,000

Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS

The Pulsar 150 NS was unveiled by the Bajaj Auto at the Auto Expo, 2014 and will be launched soon in the upcoming month. The price of this bike will be around Rs. 75,000 to 78,000 which will be quite affordable.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 NSThe bike is powered by a four-valve, SOHC liquid-cooled engine with is blessed with triple spark ignition technology that will offer plenty of power and torque. Coming to the design, all design cues of this motorcycle are borrowed from its sibling 200cc.

  • Engine: 150cc
  • Power: 17 BHP
  • Torque: 13 Nm
  • Expected Launch Date: 2018
  • Expected Price: Rs. 75,000
  • More Features of Bajaj Pulsar 150NS

Bajaj Pulsar RS400

The Pulsar RS400 is a fully faired version of Pulsar, which comes with a 375cc liquid-cooled engine that is already seen in its naked version of Pulsar 400 CS and it is expected to be launched in 2018. Moreover, the engine is featured with Bajaj’s patented triple-spark technology. In terms of design, it comes with a massive front body cowl that carries dual projector headlamp and a curvy fuel tank that gives it a unique look.

Bajaj Pulsar RS400

  • Engine: 374cc
  • Expected Power: 40 BHP
  • Expected Torque: 34 Nm
  • Expected Launch: March 2018
  • Expected Price: Rs. 1.75 Lakh
  • More: Bajaj Pulsar 400SS

Hero 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Hero Xtreme 200 R ( Launched )

The Hero Motocorp surprised the everyone as it unveiled the new Hero Xtreme 200 R in 2018. What’s special taken by the company that it is a powerful naked Hero motorcycle yet? We talk about the style the new Xtreme maintains the previous bike DNA.

Hero Xtreme 200 S

Hero Xtreme 200 R

It adopts the sharp design and large headlamp with attractive looks. This bike equipped the 200cc 4 stroke engine with high power and torque. Bike 200S is built on the strong diamond type chassis which gives the better riding capability.

  • Engine: 200cc
  • Power: 18.1 BHP @ 8000 rpm
  • Torque: 17.1 NM @ 6500 rpm
  • Now Available in Market
  • Ex-showroom Price: 89,900
  • More Details on Hero Xtreme 200R

Hero HX 250R

The Hero HX 250R is scheduled for April 2015-March 2017. It is an entry-level and fully faired sports bike from Hero that was first showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. Moreover, the HX 250R is powered by a single cylinder, liquid-cooled, Dual Over Head Camshaft and a 249cc engine that is positioned above in its sports bike portfolio, i.e Karizma ZMR.

Hero HX 250RThe engine is featured with a fuel injection system that is capable of delivering 31 BHP of maximum power and 23 NM of peak torque. The HX250R is blessed with Honda’s ride modes such as power mode and economy mode.

  • Engine: 249cc
  • Power: 31 BHP
  • Torque: 23 NM
  • Expected Launch: January 2018
  • Expected Price: Rs. 1.80 Lakh – 2 Lakh
  • Get Details: Upcoming Hero HX250S

TVS 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

TVS BMW G310R ( Launched )

The TVS BMW G310R is a naked street bike which is the result of the collaboration of TVS and BMW. The motorcycle will be launched in the first half of 2018 at the ex-showroom price of INR 2.99 Lakhs. The naked street looks heavy in its first looks with aggressive headlight, muscular fuel tank, and single unit curve seat.



Moreover, The motorcycle is powered by 313cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, four-valves and fuel injected engine. The motor will return the power output of 33.6 BHP at 9,500 RPM and the torque of 28 Nm at 7,500 RPM. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission.

  • Engine: 313cc
  • Expected Power:  33.6 BHP @ 9,500 RPM
  • Expected Torque: 28Nm @ 7,500 RPM
  • Expected Launch: Starting in 2017
  • Ex-showroom Price: 2,99,000
  • More About: TVS BMW G310R

New TVS Apache RR 310 ( Launched )

Previewed at the 13th Delhi Auto Expo this year, Akula 310 is a racing concept, which was put on the TVS podium at the event. This fully faired concept is the result of a joint venture of TVS Motor Co. and German automaker, BMW Motorrad. It is pretty much inspired by the naked roadster BMW G310R.

New TVS Apache RR 310Now the TVS Motor Co. clearly stamped that the Production-Spec Akula 310 is the New TVS Apache RTR 300 by using it Apache logo for the production-spec bike. The new Apache RTR 300 will further continue the aggressive styling of Akula 310 from carrying its styling bits like long windshields,  twin headlights, split seats, ABS or non-ABS and robust exhaust. The Apache RTR 300 is also likely to hold optional dual channel ABS, Pirelli tires which will probably be incorporation with USD front fork and mono shock at the rear. Its a best option for buying under 400cc bikes in India

  • Engine: 313cc
  • Power: 34 BHP
  • Torque: 28 Nm
  • Launched date: Dec 2017
  • Ex-showroom Price: Nearer to Rs. 2.23 Lakh
  • More: TVS Apache RR 310

Hyosung 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Hyosung GD 250N

It is a fully faired sports bike from Hyosung that was first showcased at the Auto Expo, and it will be launched soon in India. The street naked quarter litre bike is powered by a liquid-cooled 249cc engine that will produce 27 BHP of power and 24 Nm of torque.

Hero Xtreme 200 SIn terms of design, the bike gets a lot of curvy cues with minimalistic bodywork, thanks to the manufacturer to make their best efforts. The price of this bike will be around Rs. 1,75,000 to 2,40,000.

  • Engine: 249cc
  • Power: 27 BHP
  • Torque: 24 Nm
  • Expected Launch: First Quarter of 2018
  • Expected Price: 1.75 Lakh-2.40 Lakh
  • Move on for more on Hyosung Gd 250n

Hyosung GDR250R

The Korean company Hyosung though isn’t a well-known brand in the Indian markets, but, even its few offerings make a substantial impact on the masses. Here is the best example of the fully-faired GD250R, which is on an urge to make a move on Indian shores pretty soon. The love for full faired bikes in the country has been seen among the young enthusiasts for quite a long period. Style-wise, the bike looks edgy than any of the Hyosung’s products till now.

Hyosung GDR250RSome prominent designing features include a massive underbelly exhaust cannister, twin projectors, and side fairing. When it comes to rivals, Honda’s CBR250R and KTM’s 200 Duke and RC200 models will rush their heads on its way for sure. Here mentioning some of its technical details below.

  • Engine: 249cc
  • Power: 27.6 BHP
  • Torque: 24.17 BHP
  • Expected Launch: Starting in 2018
  • Expected Price: INR 2.0 lakh

Honda 150cc-400cc Bikes in India

Honda CBR 300R

The CBR 300R is also ready for 2017, but the company has not released any information about its launching date, the CBR 300R is a challenge to its competitor such as Ninja 250. It is a most affordable bike from Honda that will meet your requirement.

Honda CBR 300RThe CBR 300R offers outstanding performance, such as it comes with a 286cc engine and PGM-Fuel Injection system that offers outstanding performance. Furthermore, it is blessed with an anti-lock braking system that is standard on this bike.

  • Engine: 286cc
  • Power: 30 BHP
  • Torque: 27 Nm
  • Expected Launch: N/A
  • Expected Price: Rs. 2.0 Lakh-2.25 Lakh
  • Details Here: Honda CBR 300R

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