Top 5 Superbikes in India
5. Ducati Panigale R
If you are a fan of sports bikes then look at these top 5 sports bikes of India. Born to race, the new Ducati Panigale R brings a thrill on the track. It's 205 hp reacts instantly to a twist of the throttle thanks to ultralight engine components. Track-optimised division and racing suspension provide responsive racetrack behaviour. Its electronic systems are tuned to deliver maximum performance. It even has a lithium-ion battery and a titanium body. The Ducati Performance by Akrapovic exhaust will lead you and the 162 kg of racing technology straight to the chequered flag. This is the personification of Ducati craziness, this is the Ducati Panigale R, the most favourite bike of a youngster. This is Ducati's answer to the limited run exotic cars that Ferraris and Paganis of the world dole out.
The Panigale R has its own one goal and that is simply to dominate the track. Every feature is oriented in perfect direction and no compromises are made. For dedicated enthusiasts who seek the purest experience on the track, the Panigale R delivers a shot of racing epinephrine directly to the heart. This bike has 1198 cc power, 2 cylinders and 6 gears. Maximum power of this bike is 195 Bhp @ 10750 rpm and maximum torque is 132nm. The weight of Panigale R is around 189.00 kg, fuel tank capacity is 17.00 litres. Warranty of 24 months unlimited mileage comes with it. Approx price of this bike is 39-45 Lakhs.
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4. MV Agusta F4 RC
This is one of the most famous sports bikes by Agusta. MV Agusta is an Italian company famous for making extraordinary superbikes with insane performance. This company has officially launched roots of the company in India and their first showroom was opened in Pune on May 11. MV Agusta has collaboration with Kinetic company which will sell and provide after sales and service support to the MV Agusta brand under the name of dealership MotoRoyale. Currently, there are 3 models of MV Agusta on sale in India – the F3, F4 and the Brutale 1090. The F4 RC has 998 cc engine, [email protected] 13600 rpm, with 4 cylinders, 4 strokes, 16 valves. Even engineers have installed a cooling system with separated liquid and oil radiators.
Uncommonly, the part Mercedes-AMG owned MV Agusta, are also selling the race-spec versions of these bikes in India. The Brutale 1090 RR, F3 RC, F4 RR and F4 RC are all available for purchase and MV Agusta say that they’ve received multiple bookings already and they going to deliver these soon. The selection with the fully-faired MV Agusta F3 800 priced at 16.78 lakh in India for the standard version, while the F3 800 RC has priced at Rs 19.5 lakh (ex-showroom, Pune). The naked street fighter MV Agusta Brutale 1090 is priced at 20.10 lakh, whereas the Brutale 1090 RR is priced at a 24.78 lakh and price for F4 is approx 50 Lakh (ex-showroom,Pune).
3. BMW K 1600 GTL
The BMW has launched its K 1600 special edition especially for touring. In the two wheeler market in India, there are only a few touring motorcycles available. One such motorcycle which is the challenging of them all is BMW K 1600 GT. BMW bike designed the K 1600 GTL for all the touring-focused people. K 1600 GT is the most expensive bike from the BMW Motorrad steady in India. The engine of this bike is the transversely mounted inline six cylinder 1649 cc 24 valve engine which produces a maximum of 160 bhp. The motorcycle is built on a bridge-type fabric made of cast aluminium and though big on display, it only weighs in at 295 kg.
Top speed of this bike is 201 Kmph. The weight of K 1600 is 295 kg. True to its origin of being a touring motorcycle the K1600 GT comes with a higher than average tank range of 440 km as claimed by the manufacturer which is very useful for travelling. It gets a 24-litre fuel tank with a comfortable reserve of four litres. K 1600 GT was one of the first full-size touring bikes to hit on sale, and ever since its inception, it has remained as one of the rarest sports bikes available in the country. Approx prize of this bike is around 36.28 lakh ( ex-showroom).
2. Harley Davidson CVO Limited
Harley Davidson has captured the bike market in India. Available almost in every major city showroom, Harley Davidson bikes are easily available in India. The sale of Harley bikes is increasing every year. The CVO Limited edition is powered by Harley-Davidson’s largest supplanting V-twin unit, the Twin Cam 110. The CVO Limited is easy going cruiser which has been built around Harley-Davidson’s innovative touring department, based on a single-spar, rigid backbone frame. The most expensive motorcycle of the country, the Harley-Davidson CVO Limited is a part of Harley's Indian list.
This bike has an engine of 1801 cc. It's a Twin-Cooled Twin Cam 110 engine that is mated to a six-speed gearbox. The engine starts with the power of 156 Nm at just 3,750 rpm. It has pre-reloaded, a color-matched split stream air vent and Tour-Pak carrier LED bezel, turn signals lights with LED and LED lighting surround the bike. There’s a new seat cover, filled in and stitched. An improved secure security system with a power locking fob. It even has a system that monitors the pressure in the tyres. The price of this bike is approx 49.55 Lakh (ex-showroom)
1. Ducati Superbike 1198
Ducati is one of the most famous brands of super-sport-bike in India, Mainly youngsters in India are very fond of Ducati. Here, Ducati has launched this superbike model no: 1198 for its customers. This Ducati’s top of the line Superbike is known for bringing racetrack derived performance for the sporting public. An attractive thing about this bike is it's not even that costly like other superbikes. Its approx ex-showroom prize is below 20 Lakh.
Look at here to know about more specification of your favourite sportbike:
Cheap price than other bikes.
Fuel Tank Capacity: 18 Ltrs
Wheelbase: 1430 mm
Seat Height: 820 mm
Weight: 168 kg
Warranty: 2 years unlimited mileage
Displacement: 1099 cc
Maximum Power 160 Bhp @ 9750 rpm
Engine Description: 1099cc
Cooling: Liquid Cooling
Bore: 104 mm
Stroke: 64.7 mm
No. of Cylinders: 2
No. of Gears 6
Front Brake Liquid Cooling
Rear Brake 245 mm disc, 2-piston caliper
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