Most Popular Superbikes In India
संशोधित पर Oct 30, 2018 द्वारा Sameer Sheikh
The market of Sportsbike in India is picking up at a gradual pace and the segment of superbikes is also getting a decent response from the customers. Even though Indian conditions are not very supportive for such bikes, the manufacturers have started with their prominent players to boost the market of Superbikes in India. Here is a list of most popular superbikes in India, which have managed to gain the customers' attention.
10) Suzuki GSX S1000F:
Suzuki has recently introduced its GSX S1000F model which is inspired from the much acclaimed GSX R1000. Introduced as an entry-level superbike the GSX S1000F features a 999cc engine which generates a maximum power output of 145 hp and peak torque of 105.75 Nm. Priced at INR 12.7 lacs the GSX S1000F holds the 10th position on the list.
9) Suzuki GSX R1000:
Introduced as a replacement of its elder sibling GSX- R1100, the bike GSX R1000 is prevailing in the Indian market since 2001. Positioned at 9th position on the list of most popular superbikes the GSX R1000 is a leading superbike. Equipped with the 999cc engine the bike delivers a maximum power of 160 hp and peak torque of 110 Nm. Besides the potent engine, the bike has explicit front styling with sharp headlamp mounted impressively between the air vents. For the Indian market, the bike is priced at INR 15.9 lacs.
8) Aprilia RSV4:
The Italian manufacturer Aprilia has been a prominent manufacturer famous for producing some of the fastest bikes across the globe. The RSV4 is one such superbike that has won 5 world titles within 4 years of its introduction. On the ninth spot, the RSV4 is equipped with a 999.6cc engine which bangs out a maximum power output of 184 hp and peak torque of 115 Nm. With a starting price of INR 20.9 lacs, the bike has been able to attract many customers.
7) MV Agusta F4:
The Italian manufacturer, MV Agusta has been a dominating bike manufacturer across the globe and through its high-end superbikes, they have been astonishing the customers and with F4 the company is ready to do the same again. Installed with a 998cc engine the bike is able to generate a maximum power of 192.4 hp and peak torque of 110.8 Nm. This superbike is placed at a price rate of INR 24.0 lacs.
6) BMW S1000 RR:
The only German manufacturer which has a prominent position in the Indian two-wheeler market is BMW. Introduced in 2014, the BMW S1000 RR has been able to garner a marvellous response from the customers due to its out of the box styling and potent capabilities. A 999cc engine equipped in the bike churns out a maximum power of 193 hp and peak torque of 113 Nm. One can avail this superbike at a price of INR 27.5 lacs.
5) Suzuki Hayabusa:
Flourishing on Indian roads from quite a long time, the Suzuki Hayabusa is one of the leading superbikes in the Indian market and holds the 5th position on the list. Featuring a 1340cc engine the bike delivers a maximum power output of 198 hp and peak torque of 155 Nm. The superbike is priced at INR 15.9 lacs and is quite popular among Indian customers.
4) Yamaha YZF – R1:
The Japanese manufacturers are regarded as leaders in the field of superbikes and Yamaha is one of them. The YZF-R1 is the most popular superbike from this manufacturer and it is considered as one of the best-looking bikes on Indian roads. The 998cc engine of the bike gives an ample power output of 198 hp while the peak torque measures 112.4 Nm. YZF-R1 has priced at INR 15.6 lacs and holds the fourth position on the list of most popular superbikes.
3) Honda CBR Fireblade:
CBR has been ruling the hearts of not only the Indian customers but of customers from different geographical regions since decades. The newly introduced CBR Fireblade has taken forward the legacy of CBR in an appropriate manner and this superbike holds the third position on the list and is coupled with a 999cc engine and delivers a maximum power output of 175 hp while peak torque measures 112 Nm. Priced at INR 15.2 lacs the bike is also the flagship model of Honda.
2) Kawasaki Ninja H2:
It has been more than 3 decades since Kawasaki Ninja is considered the epitome of advanced technology, superb power and enchanting styling. The Ninja continues to be ahead from the competitors in an effective manner barring just the one drawback of colour options. The Ninja H2 has further raised the standard for its competitors with its state-of-the-art technology and currently it is on the 2nd position. Equipped with 999cc engine the bike is able to churn out maximum power output of 198 hp and peak torque 133.5 Nm. Priced at INR 29.0 lacs the bike has a strong fan following in India.
1) Ducati 1299 Panigale S:
The Italian manufacturer Ducati is the leading bike manufacturer across the globe and it is clearly reflected from long list of the potent bikes of the company. The 1299 Panigale S is the considered the most powerful superbike in the Indian market and is on the top position on the list of most popular superbikes. The 1285cc engine bike bangs out a maximum power of 205 hp while the peak torque measures 144.6 Nm. The bike priced at INR 39.8 lacs it is one of the most expensive bikes and is out of reach for most of the customers.
These were some of the most popular superbikes in India that are dominating in country through their distinct styling, improved performance and advanced technology. Due to these bikes the customers are getting attracted towards the superbikes segment and the manufacturers are planning to introduce new models to further boost the segment in the country in an effective manner.