Hello, friends here we are come up with the all-new most popular bikes in India – on May 2021. There are many of you who are going to buy bikes for yourself. But before purchasing the bike you need to know the full details of the bike. Is the bike suit your riding style? Was the bike going for the long term and what was the cost of their maintenance? After getting all this answer the rider has to go with their selected bike. So let’s start the article and let’s get to know about the all-new the most popular bikes in India – on May 2021.
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1. Triumph Street Scrambler 900
The Street Scrambler is powered by a 900cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 64.1 bhp and a torque of 80 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Triumph Street Scrambler comes up with an anti-locking braking system.
The 2021 Triumph Street Scrambler has been unveiled, and the middleweight model has received mechanical upgrades to comply with the newest emission norms. The company has also announced a limited-edition variant of the motorcycle, the Street Scrambler Sandstorm. The Sandstorm edition will be limited to just 775 units worldwide, with a few motorcycles reserved for the Indian market.
The 2021 model retains the 900cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled setup. The Euro5/BS6-compliant engine produces 64.1bhp of maximum power at 7,250rpm and 80Nm of peak torque at 3,250rpm. The motor is linked to a five-speed transmission.
While the mechanical specifications have received revision, the styling remains similar to its predecessor. The 2021 Street Scrambler continues to pack design features such as a round headlight, a semi-digital instrument cluster, tall-set exhaust, split-style seats, wire-spoke wheels, and fork gaiters. The limited-edition Sandstorm variant benefits from features such as a brushed alloy sump guard, a high front mudguard, and a new headlight bezel with a black grille.
The 2021 model will be sold in three colors – Jet Black, Matte Khaki Matte Ironstone, and Urban Grey. The limited-edition Street Scrambler Sandstorm will be available in Sandstorm Matte Storm Grey paint.
- 9.65 Lakh Get on Road Price
2. Yamaha MT 15
The MT 15 is powered by 155cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 18.2 bhp and a torque of 13.9 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Yamaha MT 15 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This MT 15 bike weighs 138 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 10 liters.
The MT-15 is a naked street-bike from Yamaha that is based on the company’s MT series. The MT-15 shares most of its underpinnings with its fully-faired sibling, the YZF R15 V3.0. It features a transformer-style front fairing with an LED projector headlamp, sculpted tank with tank extensions, a wide handlebar and a petite tail section.
For 2020, Yamaha is offering a new white paint scheme which comes with orange wheels alongside the metallic black and dark matte blue colours. The motorcycle also gets a BS6-compliant version of the 155cc, single-cylinder engine that produces 18.2bhp of power at 10,000rpm; 0.2bhp lesser than the 2020 YZF-R15 V3 which also uses the same motor. Furthermore, it also gets a side-stand engine inhibitor.
Besides this, the MT-15 remains the same and comes equipped with telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear mounted on to a box-type swingarm. For braking, the motorcycle employs disc brakes at both ends but with only single-channel ABS for the front.
- 1.40 – 1.41 Lakh Get On Road Price
3. Yamaha YZF R15 V3
The YZF R15 V3 is powered by 155cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 18.37 bhp and a torque of 14.1 Nm. With both front and rear disc brakes, Yamaha YZF R15 V3 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This YZF R15 V3 bike weighs 142 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 11 liters.
The Yamaha R15 changed the 150cc segment in the Indian market the way the CBZ did when it was launched. It was an everyday motorcycle that could genuinely be used as a track-day tool. The second version of the R15 traded practicality for more focused performance, but the advent of the KTM RC200 meant that a far better performance was available for the sportbike enthusiasts at a similar price.
The R15 Version 3.0 reduces that gap significantly with technology. On the list is now a BS6 engine with a few more ccs, but featuring variable valve timing which takes the maximum power output to nearly 18.3bhp with a peak torque output of 14.1Nm. It also gets all-LED lamps and an all-digital LCD instrument cluster that displays a wealth of information, including when the Variable Valve Actuation switches to the different camshaft profile.
While the global model gets goodies like upside down forks, the domestic version features conventional telescopic forks to keep the costs in check. The pillion seat seems to be positioned a little lower, at least visually, which should address some of the pillion complaints. The rear side panels have a Ducati Panigale-style gap which looks attractive when viewed from behind.
Grab handles for the pillion have also been cleverly integrated, which was given a miss in the Version 2.0. The motorcycle features disc brakes at both ends and is now equipped with dual-channel ABS as standard equipment. Meanwhile, with the BS6 version, the motorcycle now features a radial tyre as standard for the rear, side-stand engine cut-off switch and dual-tone horns.
- 1.52 – 1.54 Lakh Get On Road Price