The Indian two-wheeler market is gradually changing as the commuter motorcycle industry, and the big bike market both expand. Therefore, we’ve compiled a list of India’s top five cheapest superbikes.
(1) Kawasaki Ninja 1000
The Ninja 1000, which has an asking price of Rs 11.98 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), is a favourite among many sports touring fans. It is propelled by a 1,043cc inline four-cylinder engine with 140.13 horsepower and 111 Nm of torque. It receives a TFT, LED lighting, smartphone connectivity, riding modes, traction control, quick-shifter, and cornering ABS on the feature front. It has USD front forks and an adjustable mono-shock for preload and rebound. The brake system of the Ninja 1000 consists of 250mm rear discs with ABS and 300mm twin front discs. Bridgestone tyres are mounted on 17-inch alloy wheels.
(2) Ducati monster
The price of the Ducati monster is 12,49 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). It has a 937cc twin-cylinder engine with an output of 109.96 horsepower and 93 Nm. The engine has plenty of midrange torque. With the bike, Ducati has included a tonne of electronics. For instance, it features LED lighting, three riding modes (Sport, Urban, and Touring), wheelie control, traction control, cornering ABS, and launch control.
The braking system includes two 320mm Brembo front discs, one 245mm rear disc, and adjustable front forks and rear mono shocks.
(3) Suzuki Katana
One of the most famous superbikes in the world, the Suzuki Katana, was just introduced in the nation with a starting price of Rs 13.61 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The motorcycle is available with a 999 cc inline four-cylinder petrol engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission and is stated to produce 150.19 horsepower and 106 Nm of torque.
(4) Suzuki Hayabusa
The Suzuki Hayabusa is noted for its powerful performance, aggressive styling, and well-balanced characteristics. It is priced from Rs 16.41 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). A 1340 cc inline four-cylinder petrol engine that produces a maximum torque of 150 Nm and 187.3 horsepower powers the motorcycle. A rich feature set and various driving aids, including five distinct driving modes, are also among its many advantages.
(5) BMW S1000R
The new BMW S1000R was introduced nationwide, with prices starting at Rs 18.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). For those curious, it is propelled by a 999 cc single-cylinder petrol engine that produces a maximum of 114 Nm and 162.26 horsepower of torque. Its features include an anti-hopping clutch, traction control system, ABS Pro, Hill Start Control, Riding Modes Pro, Dynamic Brake Control (DBC), engine drag torque control MSR, and engine brake control.