As we are about to enter a new month there will be a lot of bikers in India looking forward to what new bikes will be released, and so we thought we would offer them a gentle reminder as to what is coming up.
We know we could look at new bikes in the US, and UK for August 2016, but we know just how popular the motorcycle market is in India, and so thought it would be nice for our Indian readers to see just what they have to look forward to.
August does not seem to be a very bust month for the bike market, as there are not too many models being launched, although what there are will certainly get you a bit excited if you are in the market for a new bike model in India next month.
First up we expect to see the Yamaha YZF R15 V3 launch next month, and has an estimated price of RS 1.20 lakh. This is to be a facelifted version 3,0.
Next is the Aprilia Motard 125 with an estimated price of RS 75,000. And sticking with the same company, there is also to be the launch of the Aprilia RSV4, which is to also receive a facelift. As for price, most rumors seem to suggest this will be around RS 22.00 lakh.
We have just come across another bike from the same company, and this time it is the Aprilia SR 150. This will be the first Aprilia to be assembled on Indian soil and in terms of price, expect it to be in the region of RS 65,000 – 70,000.
If you are looking for something a bit different, then how about the Benelli Tornado 302. We have already been teased this model, although it does feel as though bikers in India have had to wait a lifetime for its release. As for its price, expect it to cost between RS 3,00,000 – 3,25,000. Finally, we have the Suzuki Gixxer Fi, and so we presume this to be a full-injected model. This model was unveiled at the 2016 Auto Expo, and so will finally be nice to see it released to the India market. In terms of pricing, we presume between RS 92,000 – 95,000.
Have we missed any models out, if so please feel free to add them below?
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