Top 5 Upcoming Motorcycles in India

Here are the upcoming bikes which are coming soon to the market

Festive seasons are approaching and so the two-wheeler manufacturers are boosting their vehicle options for the customers who might be looking for a brand new bike with new style and features.


Here are the upcoming bikes which are coming soon to the market:


Royal Enfield Classic 350


Royal Enfield’s best-selling model is the classic 350. The bike is all set to undergo significant changes. Reports show that the next-generation Classic 350 has been transformed and new multiple things are included. It is expected to launch around mid-2021 in its updated avatar. It will get the engine which has a 349cc, air/oil-cooled, single-cylinder unit that outputs 20.4 PS and 27 Nm.



TVS Apache RR 310


The Indian multinational automotive manufacturing company TVS was expected to bring out it's updated Apache RR310. People waiting for the bike expect the new Apache RR310 to have an updated model including adjustable front suspension and better engine refinement while the engine and power figures will likely remain unchanged.


Royal Enfield 650 Cruiser


Another product of the Royal Enfield is set to launch. The rumours have been out for almost a year since we have started spotting spy pictures of a new Royal Enfield cruiser. The bike will be powered by a 650cc parallel-twin engine producing 47.65 PS and 52 Nm of torque, the same as the Interceptor 650 and Continental GT650.


Bajaj Pulsar 250F


The Pulsar 250F, which is expected to arrive with a single-cylinder unit that is likely to be air and oil-cooled. Many speculations surrounding it suggest that the motor powering the machine is to be paired with a speed transmission that might have power output between the range of 20.4hp/18.5Nm to 27hp/23.5 Nm. The bike is set to rival against KTM Duke 250, Suzuki Gixxer 250 SF and many others.


CFMoto 650 GT


The CFMoto recently announced the new 650GT in India which will be launched very soon. The model is powered by a 649cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin motor, which generated 62.54 PS and 58.5 Nm in its BS4 guise.


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