Last updated on – 23rd October, 2015

The festival season has started reaching the acme of its euphoria and cities have started glowing till the dawn. The season is accredited to be auspicious for the establishment of new deals, businesses and purchases. The waves in the current times are so positive for a new beginning and paves a great startup in the future’s perspective. In the automobile sector, the two wheeler market is all set to bang up from abroad to accelerate the zeal in Indian major.

The hierarchy of the launch imminent vehicles in two wheeler category is China wall enormous. However, the choices for India are not that huge, but not scant either. The Hero Motocorp, Bajaj, Kawasaki, TVS, Ducati, Harley Davidson, Honda, Moto Guzzi, BMW Motorrad etc are waiting for their chance to rock the floor in the upcoming EICMA and AIMExpo events.

People have planned their future motorbike in to purchase during the festivals, but there are some motorbikes which won’t see the 2014 Diwali and might enjoy the next season. Some hard core religious people might be in a hurry to buy their bite, but it’s also a fact that good things come to those who wait. A lot of bikes are lined up for launch post festive season. It is advisable to have patience of a saint as the planned vehicle won’t be going off anytime soon.

The Indian Territory might not receive yields from all of these giants, but some really anticipated ones are having a lot of comments and shares over the social media and official pages. With the impressions of modern era, all of these bikes scheduled for India will be boasting the most advanced aspects and staggering machines.

Out of such great upcoming launches, here is the detailed image of those bikes which deserve your patience till they get officially introduced from the company.

1. Hero Xtreme Sports

Hero Motocorp is among the volume game players in domestic and international podium. It has a solid grip over the commuter class and earned a great sense of reliability from its amazingly robust vehicles like splendor and CBZ. Though, the periodic cosmetic and major shuffling of  vehicles is a firm’s must to do business, which has given us many flavours of its most demanding motorbikes, there is a lot more to come from the company’s bench to deliver the punch of perfonomy (performance and economy). The Xtreme in the older avatar managed to maintain the decorum of the iconic CBZ and same is expected to happen with the new Hero Xtreme lunched earlier this year. The next big thing in this line up is the Xtreme Sports.


The Hero Xtreme Sports could be a game changer for the company as the brand has focused on this bike with both eyes open. The peculiarity rises with the curious thing being a newly formed engine to serve the 150cc milestone at an extreme performing level. The newly developed engine of the Xtreme Sports will churn out 15.2PS of power at 8500RPM and stretching the torque at 12.8Nm at 6500RPM. the disc brake combination make it suitable for Indian traffic and road conditions while the 5 speed gear box performs the job for better clutch over zeal.

2. Bajaj Pulsar 160NS and 200SS

Bajaj is placed at the second position from the top to gain the power of make out hefty sales. The Pulsar and Discover lineup from the company has done miracles in India with the amount of thirst they have for execution. Pulsar series started with a round light and sober structure holding muscular fuel tank and bulky engine. The next iteration came as the DTS-i unit, which is still running sound with multiple minor and major updates.


The Pulsar 200NS is the first one to house the NS emblem and triple spark technology, which is all set to reach the shores of its younger beasts as well. The Pulsar 150 and 180 might be getting replaced with an all new Pulsar 160NS. This Pulsar will not share anything from the last generation model and house a power boosted engine to cover the needs of classes within the range of 150cc to 180cc.


The Delhi Auto Expo showcased the hefty versions of Bajaj’s superhero. The Pulsar 200SS is a fully faired machine with a lot of positive adorns. It is a matter of fact that Bajaj expenses time and money a lot over the designs and looks of their bikes.  This has been seen in all the manifests. The 200SS is robust contender with massive fairing, perfectively curved corners and precisely configured to make out the head turning stance. The split stepped seats with broad thigh support and rear tyre enveloped with a hugger sheds overwhelming enthusiasm over the rider’s nerves. But, the real thing will come when the thump will get across the real time conditions

 3. Hero HX250R

Hero Motocorp has announced the launch of HX250R for the last quarter of the current year. Till now, the bikes from this firm were arriving with the fragrance of Honda motorcycles as the core engineering belongs to them, but as the company has parted its ways with the Japanese giant, the new engines to arrive will be manufactured completely in house. The HX250R on the other hand is shaped as a joint venture of Indian firm with America’s racing bike manufacturer EBR.


Eric Buell Racing has shown the glimpse of its cleverness in this bike to make it bold and competent for the mild performance industry. The design aspects are not as confident as the Bajaj used to show, but they do mark their presence among the flood of criticism. Albeit, the company already has the Karizma series to roll the 200cc to 250cc range and the HX250R follows the layout of these bikes when seen from angles.  Dual disc brakes, broad rear tyres, blotted fuel tank, double barrel headlights and the most innovative under seat mount exhaust texture it out as a wise chunk of performance placers.

 4. Kawasaki Z250

During the earlier times of this decade, Kawasaki did some sale increasing things for the Bajaj auto limited, which eventually turned into a good piece for the current master. But, the Kawasaki is actually not meant for that, rather this jet engine and turbine manufacturer has some this heavily aggressive, which somehow shows itself in its motorbikes. The Z250 also favours that custom and looks intrusive to deal with the emulators’ attitude. The dynamics of the motorbike are arranged in superlative degree, meeting the peak-est enthusiasm to cut the craps.


The 249cc liquid cooled motor has the thump of that big monster Z800 concerning the overall structure and DNA.  Kawasaki has harmonized this bike to press 33BHP of power with 21Nm of torsion.  The comfort of riding is achieved with the 6 speed transmission and the dual throttle valve technology unleashes the real picture of influence


5. TVS Draken 250

The TVS holds two bikes in the commuter-performer series and both have received good feedback since past few years. The Apache RTR will be receiving a makeover soon as per the rumors, and the next version will be wearing the shell of Draken concept showcased at the Delhi auto expo, 2014. The looks of the concept were too inspiring and reveal the stance of street fighter automaton. Currently, the RTR lineup is available in 160cc and 180cc engines. The 250cc motor from TVS is on charts to dive into the quarter liter performing segment. The competition is going to be fierce as the field in jammed with multiple established contenders.


A good number of stuff from Apache string can be seen in Draken concept; the long hanging tank cowl and fuel tank are the one to resemble with the current model. The front mount exhaust is innovative and found mostly in big fuel tankers. The exposed frame in golden shade looks brilliant while the super naked appeal can be noticed all over the body with the aura of being complete. The bike holds the caliber to become the game changer.