Recently in India have arrived some bikes among of them we discuss today about the 8 motor bikes.

8. Bajaj CT100


Bajaj Auto Limited has inaudibly re-launched the CT100 at a price of Rs 35,034 with an elective alloy wheel side which has priced at Rs 38,034. Both editions will be accessible with kick start merely.

The CT100 will be controlled by a four-stroke, solitary cylinder, air-cooled 99.27cc engine, which creates about 8.2PS of power at 7500rpm and 8.05Nm of torque at 4500rpm. It has chummed to a four-speed stable lattice spread. Bajaj asserts the CT100 is good for an apex speed of 90kmph and it will also bring 89.5kmpl.

The CT100 was the substitute for Bajaj’s trendy Boxer  and the triumphal to the Kawasaki-Bajaj 4S Champion it is one of the most admired early four-strokes in Bajaj Auto’s artifact line-up in the 1990s.

Bajaj states the CT100 has an exact edge over its struggle, both in terms of fuel competence, as well as more ground consent and a broader 3-inch rear tire for better road grasp and solidity. It is true CT100 the most reasonably priced bike in the country right now.

7. New Hero HF Dawn


Hero MotoCorp has arrived the 2015 with its new version as New Hero HF Dawn with surface alters and affixed traits. The 2015 Hero Dawn has been priced at Rs 39,730.

The new Hero HF Dawn has a metal carrier to improve the luggage bearing ability of the motorcycle. Other modifies made on the new Hero HF Dawn comprise a more upright and relaxed riding place with elongated seats. The motorcycle also has a side-stand gauge as seen on the Hero Splendor iSmart.

It is same on the mechanical front. Authortying the Hero HF Dawn is the strived-n-tested 97.2cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder mill roiling out 8.3PS of power and the peak torque rating of its is 8Nm.
Hero has fuel efficiency power 70kmpl. The Suspension duties are controlled by telescopic forks at front and twin hydraulic shock attracters at the back.

Hero HF Dawn will be available in three solid glooms of red, silver and maroon beside with two dual color choices of black with purple and black with red.
6. New Bajaj Platina

The new Bajaj  Platina has been spotted testing on several occasions so far. The Chakan-based bike-maker finally put all ambiguity to rest with the launch of the upgraded Platina ES that comes equipped with an electric start. Aside from an electric started, the new Platina ES also sports refreshed body graphics and will be offered in Red, Blue and Black color options. The new Platina ES will continue to have blackened out alloy wheels, exhaust and engine.

Talking about the engine, the new Platina ES comes with a 102cc heart with dual spark plugs and twin valves that makes 8.2PS of power at 7,500rpm and 8.05Nm at 4,500rpm. The engine comes mated to a four-speed transmission that shifts in an all-up pattern. Like the kick start model, the ES too comes equipped with a telescopic front suspension and a hydraulic type rear shock absorber. Braking duties are performed by 110mm drum brakes at the front as well as at the back. Bajaj claims ARAI certified an efficiency of 92kmpl for the new Platina ES.

Bajaj Auto has priced the new Platina ES at Rs 45,431 (ex-showroom Mumbai).


5. Suzuki Gixxer SF


Suzuki Motorcycle India Pvt Ltd has instigated the Suzuki Gixxer SF which is a fully faired edition of the Suzuki Gixxer, at Delhi and the price of it is Rs 83,889.Aspect the price tag the Gixxer SF is the most reasonably priced full faired bike in the Indian marketplace.
The Gixxer SF allocates the same heart as that of the stripped Gixxer means it has loaded with a 154.9cc single-cylinder, air-cooled four stroke engines that composes 14.8PS at 8,000rpm and 14Nm of torque at 6,000rpm.
Features on the Gixxer SF is LED tail lamp, clear lens gauges, 7-step modifiable raise mono shock suspension, aluminum exhaust wrap, digital instrument group and of course, the sleek fairing.
The fairing has adjoined 4kg weight to the Gixxer SF but it has also advanced the aerodynamics of the bike. Suzuki has been proposed to provide maximum wind defense to the rider, diminishing turbulence and haul, bringing great aerodynamic competence. Suzuki has demanded that the Gixxer SF will have a 5-6 per cent advantage over the top speed of the Gixxer which has to be close to 130kmph.

The Gixxer SF will be obtainable in three colors – metallic triton blue (Moto GP edition), pearl mirage white and glass sparkle black.


4. Bajaj Pulsar RS200


the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has been lastly commenced in the Indian motor bike market. The new Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has been cost at Rs 1.18 lakh.

Fuel-injection should consequence in harder strangle response and it shuns cold starting troubles beside with rambling the power output subsidiary. Offering firepower to the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 will be a 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected power deposit fabricating 24.4 PS of power at 9,750rpm and 18.6 Nm of torque at 8,000rpm.

Pulsar RS200 motor is the detail that it will be fuel-inserted unlike the carbureted motor as perceived on the pulsar 200NS.


3. Triumph 2015


Triumph Motorcycles India has started as 2015 Tiger 800 XRx and XCx. The XRx will sell at Rs 11.6 lakh and the XCx will cost Rs 12.7 lakh. With these two new alternates, Triumph has 13 models on tender in the Indian market and it is ranging as Classics, Roadsters, Cruisers, Super sports and Adventure bikes.

The XRx and XCx variants are controlled by the same four strokes, in order three-cylinder 800cc engine which can make 95PS of power and 79Nm of torque.

The XRx model is more roads adjusted than other and it has features of glow-weight cast aluminum wheels, 17 inch at the back and 19-inch at the face. The XC, on the other hand, has spooked wheels for improved sturdiness on rough land and approaches with 17 inch rear wheel and it has off-road sloping 21-inch front wheel.

Suspension systems on both bikes are also dissimilar. The XRx features demonstrate a suspension as the XCx is belongings out with WP suspension, with more journeys to improve the bike’s off-road qualifications.

2. Kawasaki Versys1000


The Kawasaki Versys1000 will be obtainable in the Indian two-wheeler market only in the gloom of black. The fashionable of the Kawasaki Versys1000 is the signature of modern quest motorcycles with a half fairing and big windscreen (adjustable).
The Powering of the Kawasaki Versys1000 is a 1,043cc liquid-cooled with it ha inline-four motor churning out 121PS of max power and it has the capacity of 102Nm of peak torque.

The Kawasaki Versys1000 will be loaded with electronic kits like, ABS, KTRC (Kawasaki Traction Control), and two levels of power rescue. The Kawasaki Versys1000 has taken concern by disc brakes at front and back. The Kawasaki Versys1000 employs adjustable USD forks and one shock setup at the rear which is also adjustable.

Kawasaki has launched in India the as Kawasaki Versys1000 with the price tag of 12.9lakh.

1. Kawasaki Ninja H2


Kawasaki’s quickest street legal motorcycle is Kawasaki Ninja H2 which has been arrived in India with the price of Rs 29 lakh.

The Ninja H2 is one of Kawasaki’s top-end sculpts, will be fetched in as a CBU and  It will be controlled by a 998cc liquid-cooled, four stroke, in order of four cylinder along with great charged engine, that achieves engine clout of 200PS.
Kawasaki says the newly intended fence frame of the Ninja H2 brings directly line constancy and athletic bending with its outstanding balance of inflexibility and Kawasaki spent substantial research as well as expansion on supercharged engines and mostly on the H2 before starting it.



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