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The Indian auto sector saw the business take a hit in the early half of the year during the coronavirus pandemic. However, the two-wheeler segment was still at a sweet spot.Two wheeler is taking high label of respect in India and out side the India
Despite the pandemic, 2020 saw a slew of launches from Royal Enfield Meteor 350 to Hero Xtreme 200S BS6, and the automakers aren’t done yet. The year ahead holds a lot of promise for two-wheeler enthusiasts. While there have been no announcements from automakers about a specific launch date, several companies have hinted that they will launch their bikes these year(2021) in the country.
I hope these year many more bikes will come.
From Pulsar to Royal Enfield and Kawasaki — all the top models are geared up to hit the Indian showrooms with supreme specifications.
Here’s a quick look at the top bike launches expected in 2021:
Bajaj Pulsar RS400
This will be the elder brother of RS200 and definitely, it will be much better than RS200 and it will go beat a bike of even 500cc with its top speed.Bajaj Pulsar RS400 Bike will launch soon. It looks amazing and offering amazing features. Also, with this amazing look, powerful engine, and superb features, it will be available at a very low price.This bike is designed so well and expected to perform as well.
Bajaj Pulsar RS400 is one of the long-awaited bikes and is expected to be launched in India somewhere around July 2021. The bike is also estimated to be priced at ₹1.7lakh.
The bike showcased at the 2014 auto-expo comes with aggressive looks, along with a twin-projector headlamp with LED DRLs. The liquid-cooled, triple spark 373.2cc engine is mated to a six-speed gearbox and is expected to hit the top speed of approximately 165Kmph.
The TVS Zeppelin cruiser concept looks like a motorcycle from the future with its futuristic design. But the Zeppelin retains the classic cruiser design elements such as low-slung seat, elongated fuel tank, front set footpegs and long wheelbase. But all these design elements have been given a modern touch.
The first-ever cruiser bike from TVS, the TVS Zeppelin, is expected to debut in India in 2021.
The company showcased the concept at the 2018 Auto Expo in India.
The bike is expected to be priced under ₹1.50 lakh (ex-showroom), and will be powered by a 220cc air-cooled motor, aided by an electric motor.
Royal Enfield cruiser 650
The Royal Enfield cruiser 650 was recently spied testing on the Indian roads, making it evident that a launch is near. The bike is expected to offer some unique features like a clock, service reminder, battery voltage indicator and other tell-tale lights.
The Royal Enfield cruiser 650 is likely to be priced at ₹3.5 lakh and will be powered by the 648cc air-cooled parallel-twin engine.
Suzuki Intruder 250
Suzuki Intruder 250 Bike is offering good mileage with a powerful engine and strong body. Also, this bike will come with many good features that will make this bike more comfortable and safe. This bike is specially designed for highways rides.
The Suzuki Intruder 250 of the Japanese bike make Suzuki is likely to be launched around July 2021 with a price tag of around ₹1.8 lakh.
The design patents for the upcoming bike recently leaked online. The design patent shows the bike will have a low seat, and an easy-to-reach handlebar, along with forward-set footpegs.
The bike will compete against the Bajaj Dominar 250, Royal Enfield Bullet 350, and Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 in the Indian market.
2021 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R
The handlebar and seating position feels great while riding like this, easy to get up on the front and with loads of leverage from the ‘bars. The brakes are perfection, one or two fingers, even during really hard stops, with good feel and modulation and just the right level of initial bite for the road.
Kawasaki recently unveiled its 2021 Ninja ZX-10R last month. The bike comes with an aggressive-looking front end with the ‘reverse slant’ design inspired by the Kawasaki H2.
The bike will be powered by the same 998cc, inline-four cylinder engine and is likely to be priced around ₹13.99 lakh.
KTM 790 Adventure
₹ 8 – 9 Lakh
KTM 790 Adventure is not launched in India yet
Touring enthusiasts are always worried about the range and we think this might be not the case with KTM 790 Adventure. The bike comes with 20-litres of fuel tank capacity so it will surely have a good range. Ergonomically, the bike is expected to be slightly comfortable than the 390
The 790 Adventure will be powered by a 799cc parallel-twin mill that produces 93.7bhp and 88Nm of torque, and it comes paired to a six-speed transmission. Upon its launch, the 790 Adventure will take on the likes of the Ducati Multistrada 950, Triumph Tiger 800 XR and Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT.
₹ 4.8 – 6 Lakh
Honda CB500F is not launched in India yet.
an excellent 500cc bike and will suit an average height person, great acceleration and will always keep you out of trouble.
CB500F is a 500cc twin-cylinder engine, which is good for 47bhp of power and 43Nm of peak torque. The engine will be mated to a six-speed manual transmission. The CB500F will supposedly make its debut in India in a new avatar.
Triumph Trident 660
… will be launched in Apr, 2021 at an estimated price of Rs 7.49 Lakh.
features of the Triumph Trident 660 include switchable traction control, a colour TFT display, two ride modes and all-LED lighting.
There will be a total of four colour options for the Trident 660 – Silver Ice and Diablo Red, Crystal White, Sapphire Black and Matt Jet Black and Silver Ice.
Despite being Triumph’s entry-level triple, the Trident 660 is loaded to the gills with features such as an all-LED lighting system and a colour TFT instrument cluster with optional smartphone connectivity, which will enable functions including turn-by-turn navigation, phone call/music control, and GoPro control. Besides, the motorcycle gets two riding modes: Road and Rain, along with a switchable traction control system and dual-channel ABS.
the Triumph Trident 660 is powered by a new Euro 5/ BS6-compliant 660cc liquid-cooled inline three-cylinder engine. It generates 81PS at 10,250rpm and 64Nm at 6,250rpm.
husqvarna vitpilen 401
₹ 2.5L – ₹ 3 L
KTM-owned Swedish motorcycle brand Husqvarna is slated to enter India soon and will be bringing its motorcycle range to the country. While the launch still some time away, the manufacturer’s much-awaited offerings Husqvarna Vitpilen 401 and Husqvarna Svartpilen 401 have been caught testing in the country. Both motorcycles were showcased as concepts at EICMA 2016, while the production version arrived a year later and have already been launched internationally.
CFMoto 300 SR
₹ 3L – ₹ 3.5 L
Expected to be launched in india around May,2021
Lightweight Chinese road racer proves nimble but a little breathless. With its race-replica decals, aggressive styling, light weight, upside-down forks, and clip-on handlebars, the CFMoto 300SR certainly looks the part of a lightweight road racer. …
Power on the CFMoto 300SR comes from the 292 cc single-cylinder engine that develops 29 bhp at 8,750 rpm and 25.3 Nm at 7,250 rpm. The 250SR gets a 249.2 cc motor which 27.8 bhp at 9,750 rpm and 22 Nm peak torque at 7,500 rpm. The motors are paired with a 6-speed gearbox and there’s a slipper clutch on offto. Both motorcycles also weigh exactly the same at 165 kg (kerb weight) and the power and torque outputs are not very different either. Both motorcycles also get features such as riding modes, TFT screen. CFMoto is yet to announce the bikes for India but if launched, the bikes will be be competing against the Suzuki Gixxer SF250, KTM RC range and the TVS Apache RR 310.
This bikes will rule the whole market in 2021.
Many more bikes will come in 2021.
Because in last year we all know what situation gone
Then also the values of bike not came down.
It’s a huge respect and love towards the bike.