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Bikes To Be Launched In 2010-11

Youngsters are fan of speedy bikes which are stylish too. In India not only boys but also girls are driving bikes. Gone are the days when sports bikes were imported in India by paying heavy import duties. These high-speed super-bikes truly rule young hearts and are their dream machine.

BMW K1300S. The K1300S is the most advanced bike from BMW stable. In the international market, the bike comes loaded with a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, in-line four-cylinder, four valves per cylinder and two-overhead camshafts. The displacement of the bike is 1293cc.


Expected: Nov 2010
Estimated price: Rs 10.2 lakh.

Honda Interceptor VFR800. Honda intends to launch a couple of sports and sports tourer new bikes in India. The Interceptor comes loaded with a liquid-cooled 90-degree V4, 4-stroke, DOHC, VTEC power plant with a higher displacement of 781cc.

Expected: Nov 2010
Estimated price: Rs 8 lakh.

Hyosung ST7. Hyosung ST7 is expected to be equipped with a 678cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 90 V Twin, 4 valves per cylinder and DOHC valve configuration. 

Expected: Nov 2010
Estimated price: Rs 10 lakh.


Honda CBR is loaded with very powerful and dynamic 999cc engine with a 6-speed manual transmission. The new and stylish Honda CBR is incorporated with dynamic disc brakes and advanced suspension system which absorbs maximum shock. The fuel tank capacity of the new Honda CBR is 17.7 litres with 3 litres of reserve. 

Expected: Nov 2010
Estimated price: Rs 12.5 lakh.

YZF R6. This sports bike has crossed a good number of milestones on the racing track. In fact, this is the dream sports bike for many professional bikers. 

Expected: Dec 2010
Estimated price: Rs 6 lakh.


Yamaha Fazer 250cc is expected to come with a 249cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled, SOHC (Single Overhead Camshaft) petrol engine with five speed manual transmission producing 20PS of maximum power and 20Nm of maximum torque. 

Expected: Jan 2011
Estimated price: Rs 1.25 lakh.

The Demak Cougar is expected to be equipped with an engine capacity of 250cc. The 4-stroke engine is expected to generate a maximum power of 19bhp.

Expected: Feb 2011
Estimated price: Rs 1 lakh.

Hyosung GT 650R is expected to be a powerful bike which will be equipped with an engine capacity of 650cc. The powerful and dynamic engine of the Hyosung GT 650R is expected to produce a power of 80PS at 10,000rpm and churn out a maximum torque of 67Nm at 7250rpm. The engine of the GT 650R is expected to be loaded with V-twin 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC valve configuration. 

Expected: Mar 2011
Estimated price: Rs 4 lakh.


Suzuki GSXR 1000 is a very powerful bike which is packed with a 999cc engine. The powerful and dynamic engine produces an awesome top power of 160bhp. 

Expected: Mar 2011
Estimated price: Rs 5 lakh.

Suzuki Gladius is powered by a 645cc, 2-cylinder, solid V-twin engine. The bike has a great sporty look and its powerful engine expected to generate great power and torque figures.

Expected: Mar 2011
Estimated price: Rs 7-8 lakh.

Honda CBR600RR is one of the most successful racing machines in middleweight section across world. The CBR600RR comes with a liquid-cooled, inline, four-cylinder, 16-valve, DOHC engine with a displacement of 599cc.

Expected: Nov 2010
Estimated price: Rs 12.5 lakh.
 

KTM Duke. Bajaj Auto and Austrian bike maker KTM are coming together in India with the plan to launch a premium segment bike. Bajaj KTM is expected to produce power bikes with 125cc to 250 cc engines, starting with the KTM Duke 125. The KTM Duke 125 is expected to be powered by a 2-stroke, liquid-cooled, DOHC valve configuration with a displacement of 124 cc which will deliver 11KW of power.

Expected: Mar 2011
Estimated price: Rs 1 lakh.













































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