Harley Davidson Street 500
Of course, the Street 500 is the most awaited motorcycle. Not only for Indians, but might be for all motorcycle enthusiasts, the anticipation the Street 500 have given may not be small. Being the cheapest Harley Davidson motorcycle yet is the only reason for this much anticipation for this machine. The Street 500 comes with a 494cc, V Twin 60° 4-Valves per Head, Liquid Cooled Revolution X engine
Bajaj Pulsar 375
Pulsar might be the most fan following motorcycle which is currently in production in the country. Sometimes, it seems that the name 'Pulsar' is more popular than Bajaj Auto its maker. Anything that is related to Pulsar becomes a great news. Here, Bajaj is planning to launch the Pulsar 375. According to rumours, the bike will be powered by the same engine that powers the Duke 390 just like the Duke 200's engine powers the Pulsar 200NS.
Bajaj certainly need a fully-faired motorcycle as its flagship. Although the right time has gone past, the well going business with the Pulsar 200NS doesn't shake the stake of Bajaj in the country. Still, it's very needed to go along with the present generation motorcycling. Hence, Bajaj too decided to launch a full-faired motorcycle, which will a full-faired version of the existing Pulsar 200NS.
KTM RC 390
KTM has already unveiled the RC390 to the world. It's just a faired version of the Duke 390 powered by the same 373.2cc, Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled engine delivering a peak power of 43.5 Ps @ 9000 Rpm and a peak torque of 35 Nm @ 7000 Rpm. This could be a cool challenge for the Ninja 300m the present unbeatable monster in the class.
KTM RC 200
Powered by the same 200cc, Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition, liquid-cooled heart that powers the Duke 200. In other words we could say that the RC 200 is the faired version of the Duke 200. The motorcycle will be placed between R15 and CBR250R and will enjoy its freedom a unique machine in the class. This would probably bring a lot of customers to it.
Hero Karizma ZMR
The flagship motorcycle of Hero MotoCorp. This time, for 2014 edition, Hero has moulded out some interesting modifications on the ZMR including headlight, tail light, seat, exhaust, visor, meter console, and paint job. So you could expect an all Karizma ZMR on road. However, it is yet to confirmed whether Hero uses the same engine or not.
The long reputation Honda has built through decades is more than enough to imagine how great each and every motorcycle of Honda would be. The CBR500RR is the next super bike in the mid-size class to hit India from the house of Honda. The machine is powered by a 500cc, Liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine.
Mahindra has been bubbling news columns with its sport bike, the Mojo, for a couple of years. Every time we hear that the Mojo will launch on this date and that day. Now, at least, we can the production model Mojo will be unveiled at the Motor Show 2014 happening in Noida. The Mojo is powered by a 292cc, Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 Valves Direct Drive, SI engine delivering a peak power of 26 bhp @ 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 24 Nm @ 7000 rpm.
Certainly, the GSX R1000 baby on road. That would be the upcoming GSX150R. The bike will be specially manufactured for Indian riding conditions. It has been reported that the GSX150R will be powered by the same 149.5cc, Air-cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC engine that powers the GS 150R. Still, chances are there to go for the same engine, but tuned-up for a perfect Gixxer baby.
Suzuki Inazuma GW250
A naked quarter liter motorcycle from Suzuki. I has been hinted that the bike will be priced Rs. 3.14 lakhs in India. However, it hasn't been confirmed by Suzuki yet. If it is so, possibilities are very less to become a successful machine for Suzuki in India since CBR250R and Ninja 300 are there at reasonable prices.
Here are the 10 upcoming bikes which are eagerly waited and anticipated by millions of motorcycle fans across the country.
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