India has grown up a lot, certainly. Facilities, cultures, communication and everything has been given its was of alteration. By the time the country became the best two-wheeler market in the world. The passion of Indians for motorcycling is innumerable. Big brands have already occupied their slots here. Only few more names left. They are also planning to arrive, while some will get settled soon, whereas some showcase themselves with partnership with Indian bi-wheeler firms.
Bigger engined motorcycles have always a long queue of fan followers anywhere in the world. India is no different. Motorcycles are very warmly welcomed here with hyped anticipations are rumoured loaded in uncountable number of blogs and magazines.
Mid-size superbike category is one of the most famous two-wheeler class. The most advantage of this segment is the bike is somewhat affordable. They are priced just about a diesel hatchback. So passionates buy it for no reason but to have fun and then to ride on. Middle-weight superbikes almost keep the engine ranging between 300cc and 1000c. Please realize that machine under 300cc are entry level superbikes and the same which are above 1000cc are absolutely suberbikes. So here we have arranged a right tabulation of India's top 10 superbikes above 300cc engine.
1. Ducati Superbike 848 Evo Corsa SE
Precisely the best or nothing in this class. You can't get a better option here in India. Stylish, arrogant, powerful, and sexy the Superbike 848 Evo Corsa SE. Mated with a pumping heart of 849.4cc, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine, the bike delivers stunning power of 140 hp @ 10,500 rpm and gorgeous torque of 98 Nm @ 9,750 rpm. Its engine is coupled with 6 speed transmission.
2. Ducati HyperMotorad Hyperstrada
If your concept on motorcycling is touring and wandering, this is your bike. Being coupled with a fully loaded features for long journeys such as ABS, DTC, windshield, side bags, dedicated ergonomics, the HyperMotorad Hyperstrada beocomes the best choice in the middle-weight class. The bike is wedded with a 821,1cc, Testastretta 11°, L-Twin cylinder, 4 valve per cylinder, Desmodromic, liquid cooled engine, which is capable to deliver an extreme power of 110 hp @ 9250 rpm and a credential torque of 89 Nm @ 7750 rpm. It's coupled with a 6 speed transmission as well.
3. Harley Davidson Iron 883
Go for cruising this time, because you have got the best in its class, the Iron 883 from the one and only ultimate maker of ultra premium cruisers. Harley Davidson. The Iron 883 is shaded with staring black paint, which makes the bike sportier. It comes with an 883cc, Air-cooled, Evolution engine. Even though the power is uncertain, the bi-wheeler discovers a torque upto 69 NM @ 3500 RPM. The machine an ex showroom Delhi price tag of Rs.6,71,000
4. Ducati Monster 796
It's for sure, if you're a die-hard fanatic of naked machine, you can't live without riding this particular motorbike of Ducati. The Monster 796 from the Italian was just invented from an idea of its inventor, Mr. Miguel Angel Galluzzi theming all you need is a saddle, tank, engine, two wheels and a handlebar. It is powered by a 803cc,L-Twin cylinder, 2 valve per cylinder Desmodromic, air cooled engine, that fires out maximum power of 64 kW @ 8250 rpm and maximum torque of 78 Nm @ 6250 rpm. It's equipped with a 6 speed gearbox.
5. Hyosung ST7
Another cruiser to this segment. Though it can't bring the beauty of Harley Davidson, this tourer can certainly ensure some leisure trips for every rider. It is built in classic styling. A dual chromed exhaust, widest tyre in its class, rear back supporting seat, LED brake light and all highlight the beauty of the machine. It is powered by a 678.2cc, 4stoke , DOHC, Water cooled engine. Firing out a good amount power, 43 KW @ 8000 Rpm and torque of 57 Nm @ 6000 rpm, the bike is a real value for money product. It tags Rs. 5,79,329 (ex-showroom Delhi).
6. Harley Davidson Superlow
The another warrior from Harley Davidson, the Superlow. Crafted out in the same platform of the Iron 883 under the Sportster label, the Superlow is humbled and honoured with a minimal design and priced very affordably at Rs. 5,71,000 (ex showroom Delhi). The Sportster Superlow is throttled with the same 883cc, Air-cooled, Evolution engine used in the Iron 883 and produces the same torque of 69 NM @ 3500 RPM. It is also the cheapest Harley Davidson bike available in India.
7. Kawasaki Ninja 650R
Here is your crowd puller, the Ninja 650R. Being painted in green is more than enough to spell out the coming of this monstrous machine. It is the flagship motorcycle from Kawasaki in India. It comes with a 649cc, Four - stroke, DDHC 8 Valve, Parallel Twin -BSIII engine, which spits out massive power of 72.1 PS @ 8500 RPM and abrupt torque of 64 NM @ 7000 RPM. Its engine is wedded with a 6 speed transmission. It is priced Rs. 4,62,000 (ex-showroom Delhi).
8. Hyosung GT650R
From the South Korean premium motorcycle manufacturer, Hyosung. The GT650R is not a great machine compared to its rivals. Still, the machine fills the gap placed by the Indian motorcycle industry. It has good looking appearance with a stunning structure and incredible graphics. The GT 650R comes with a 647cc, 4 stroke , DOHC 8 Valve 90° V Twin, Water cooled engine. Delivery a maximum power of 72.68 Bhp @ 9000 rpm and a maximum torque of 60.9 Nm @ 7500 rpm, the bike is a great piece of bi-wheeling to be placed in middle class sports biking. It is equipped with 6 speed transmission.
9. Hyosung GT650N
A naked beauty from the South Korean Firm, the GT 650N. Manufactured in the same platform of the GT650R. It is very vibrant to be driven through cities and streets and even through hard terrains you need to tread on. It has a 647cc, 4stoke , DOHC, Water cooled, 4 valve engine, which is able to expose a power of 54.2 KW @ 9000 rpm and a torque of 60.9 Nm @ 7500 rpm. Its engine is equipped with a 6 speed transmission. The GT650N is priced at Rs. 3,87,159 (ex showroom Delhi).
10. KTM Duke 390
The Duke 390 is yet to be launched in India. The bike is a real beauty of naked sports at reasonable pricing. It is really surprising to see to the in this classification since the bike is specially crafted to compete with Kawasaki Ninja 300, Honda CBR 250R, and Hyosung GT650R. The fact is that the Duke 390 has a bigger 373.2cc, Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, spark-ignition engine, liquid-cooled engine to be here. It delivers a gorgeous power of 44 Hp as well.
The bikes are engined between 300cc and 1000cc.
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