Every youngster in India has a great amount of zeal for motorbikes. Each and every young blood desires to have a top class bike which would suit his or her personality and status. From “definitely male” of Bajaj Pulsar to “Dhak Dhak go” of Hero Motocorp Karizma, every bike has been so beautifully designed that every youngster aspires to have one of these beauties.A lot has been said about the expected arrival of new spectacular bikes in Indian market 2016. Here’s a list of six bikes that are going to rule the Indian market.
1.Yamaha Ray ZR
Yamaha Ray ZR falls under the scooter segment. It is a sturdy bike with 113cc, four-stroke 2-valve ‘BLUECORE’ petrol engine. Its weight ranges between 100-105 KGs. It’s a mid range scooter with a price tag ranging from 51,000 to 55,000. It has a splendid design which can appeal to you at the very first sight.
- Hero ZIR150
Hero ZIR150 is a new competitor in the automatic scooter segment. It’s a unique presentation by Hero Motocorp. This scooter will be launched in two variants namely European style version and flat floorboard trim. It has well integrated hydraulic braking system and is powered by a majestic four stroke, 157.1 cc liquid-cooled, single cylinder engine. This scooter will enter the Indian market with a price tag ranging between 75000 to 80000
- Yamaha MT-03
Yamaha MT-03 is a spectacular bike which is going to be introduced this year. The launch of this bike is one of the most awaited one for bike lovers. It created a thrilling sensation after it’s launch in the Indian subcontinent. Once launched, it will be the strongest competitor of Benelli TNT300, KTM Duke 390, Kawasaki Z250 bikes (which are currently ruling the roads of India).
- Hero HX250R
Hero HX250R will enter the market under superbike category. Its breathtaking design will propel you to spend few more bucks and go for this bike. This superbike will catch the attention of all the spectators and bike lovers in India.
- Bajaj Pulsar 150 ns
Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS is the new model from Bajaj. The Pulsar 150 NS has single seat design without split type seat. It is powered by a majestic DTS-I 150 cc engine. It has a disc brake in the front wheel segment with the option of drum brake and disc brake on the rear wheel section. It also contains mono shock suspension mechanism. It will also be crafted with radiator cowls for cooling fins, which will enhance its elegant look.
- Royal Enfield Himalayan
Royal Enfield Himalayan is a bike for the adventure seekers. It’s a superb bike with a thrilling 411CC single-cylinder and air-cooled engine that produces 24.5bhp at 6500rpm and peak torque of 32Nm at 4000-4500rpm. Fuel tank capacity is 15 litres and it has a five gear-box. Speedometer and Tachometer are present in analog type. Nothing has been revealed about the mileage as of yet but overall this bike touted to rule the hearts of Indian bikers.
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