Last updated on – Feb 14, 2017

Indian two-wheeler market is going to offer some delightful treat this current season as many new much awaited bike launchings are set for their arrival in recent future. If you have set your mind for a pre-decided bike, think twice before you put down your cheque for the current one. Scroll down the list here to get complete details on the upcoming bikes and scrutinize what they are going to offer in terms of power, mileage, price, features, etc. These new bikes will mark their entry soon in the Indian market and hopefully redefine the Indian automotive layout.

DSK Keeway Blackster 250

DSK Keeway Blackster 800

DSK Keeway Blackster 800

Keeway Blackster 250 has been a renowned player of DSK globally with a stunning design, ergonomics shaped with a smooth riding pleasure. Built heavy and shaded with fade logo increases its appeal while console on fuel tank adds a bit uniqueness. It is 248.9 cc machine which gives out 19.18 bhp at 8500rpm mated with the 5-speed gear box. With 2 Cylinders attached, the bike is air cooler type. The Keeway Blackster comes to a halt with 270mm disc brake in front and a 220mm disc at rear with no ABS to support. Tire size is 16 inches on both the wheels. The DSK Keeway Blackster 250 will be available in a Matte Black shade and the expected price tag is Rs. 1.75 lakh to Rs. 2 lakh.

Harley Davidson Street 500

Harley Davidson Street 500

Harley Davidson Street 500

Harley Davidson will soon launch its second offering to the Indian soil, the Street 500, after the Street 750, which was a complete surprise package with a price tag of INR 4.1 lakhs. The new Street 500 will be the first light-weight and the most affordable bike in 30 years by the automaker. The middle-weight Tourer will be powered by a smaller V-Twin 500cc engine, while rest of the features and specs are identical to the elder 750cc sibling. Though it is not launched in India yet, but expected to make its move in March 2016 and will likely put on between Rs. 3.75 lakhs- Rs. 4 lakhs price segment.

UM Renegade Commando

UM Renegade Commando

UM Renegade Commando

Stepping ahead in the section, next product is from the Miami-based motorcycle manufacturer, UM Motorcycles. UM will launch three variants of its Renegade series at the upcoming 2016 Auto Expo, including the highly awaited Renegade Commando. Heart of the bike is comprised of a 300cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor that is anticipated to deliver around 18PS of power. Albeit, the UM Renegade India will announce the price during the launch itself, we can still expect that the motorcycle may carry an affordable starting price tag of INR 1.59 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Kawasaki Vulcan 650S

Kawasaki Vulcan 650S

Kawasaki Vulcan 650S

Kawasaki has new models for its 2016 line-up, which include- Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS, Kawasaki Vulcan S ABS SE and a cafe racer inspired version Vulcan S ABS cafe. The 2016 Vulcan S ABS is powered by a 649cc liquid-cooled parallel twin engine acquired from the Kawasaki Ninja 650, which propels 61BHP of peak power and 63NM of peak torque. The engine comes paired to a six-speed transmission. As far as the pricing is concerned, the middle weight cruiser will be positioned between Rs. 6 lakhs, and hence, a quite economic motorcycle that is yet to be launched in the Indian two-wheeler market.

Bajaj Avenger 400

Bajaj Avenger 400

Bajaj Avenger 400

The Indian origin Avenger has seen many avatars starting from its first model 150, and now the Avenger 400 is coming to head the league with its heavy features and engine specs. The Avenger 400 is said to be a 373.2cc displacement giving out 42bhp of power bike mated with the 6-speed wet multi-plate gear box. The engine will be water cooled 4 stroke single cylinder type. According to the sources, Bajaj Avenger 400 will likely to launch soon which will directly compete with the matching segment rival Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Thunderbird 350. However, there is no official mark on the pricing, still, the expected price range can fall under 1.40 lakh to 1.50 lakh.


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