Top 10 Bikes Launched In India | Yamaha R15, Suzuki Hayabusa at Ola S1 EV at Royal Enfield Classic 350 | Year 2021



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Top 10 bikes launched in India in 2021: The year 2021 brought vast varieties of two-wheelers, including electric ones. Although 2021 has presented several challenges for the industry, several two-wheelers have been launched in the past year. India’s auto industry heads to 2022 with a positive frame of mind in its quest to reach pre-pandemic sales volume levels, having built a solid foundation in 2021 amid a shortage of semi. drivers hampering production.

Let’s look at the top 10 two-wheelers launched in 2021:


India Tv - Kawasaki: 2021 Ninja ZX-10R

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Kawasaki: 2021 Ninja ZX-10R

Kawasaki is one of the most successful bicycle manufacturers in India, thanks in large part to the Japanese giant’s competitive pricing. Kawasaki’s biggest launch in 2021 was the heavily updated 2021 Ninja ZX-10R. The new Ninja ZX-10R is offered at a dream price of just Rs 15.14 lakh (ex-Delhi showroom), which is significantly lower than its competitors. At the same time, Kawasaki launched the new MY22 Z900, Ninja 1000SX and Z H2.

Royal Enfield Classic 350

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Royal Enfield Classic 350

Royal Enfield launched an improved Classic 350, a cruising bike, in India in September. The popular Classic 350 is available at a starting price of Rs 1,84,486. It comes in 5 variants and 12 colors with a top variant price starting at Rs 2,14,980. The Royal Enfield Classic 350 is powered by a 349cc BS6 engine that develops 20.2hp and 27Nm of torque.

Ola S1 EV

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Ola S1 EV

2021 saw a multitude of EV two-wheelers presented in the country. Ola Electric announced on August 15 the launch of its long-awaited electric scooter. The electric two-wheeler is available in two versions, S1 and S1 Pro. The price of the basic trim, S1, starts from 85,099 (ex-showroom, Delhi) while the latter rises to 1,10,149 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Ola S1 comes with a 2.98 kWh battery and gives the EV a range of 121 km on a full charge.

Honda CB500X

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Honda CB500X

In 2021, Honda launched the CB500X. The bike has full LED lighting, including both headlight and taillight, compact signal indicators and a clear screen taillight. Honda CB500X is an adventure bike available starting at Rs 6.87,811 in India. The Honda CB500X is powered by a 471.03 cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 46.93 hp and a torque of 43.2 Nm.

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Harley-Davidson Sportster S

Harley-Davidson almost completely shut down operations in India last year, but after a helping hand from Hero MotoCorp, it made a comeback in India. Sportster S is the brand’s second major launch in India in 2021 following the debut of the Pan America 1250 adventure touring model. Sportster S – The price has been set from Rs 15.51 lakh. The new model is the second bike based on the company’s new Revolution Max 1250 platform, as it also underpins the Pan America 1250 ADV.

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Ducati jammer icon

Ducati India has launched a trio of Scramblers for 2021. The Italian brand rode in the Scrambler Icon, Scrambler Icon Dark and Scrambler 1100 Dark Pro at Rs 8.49 lakh, Rs 7.99 lakh and Rs 10.99 lakh respectively . Ducati Scrambler Icon is available in 2 variants and 3 colors with a top variant price starting at Rs. 8,49,240. The Ducati Scrambler Icon is powered by an 803 cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 71.87 hp and a torque of 66.2 Nm.

Yamaha YZF R15 V4

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Yamaha YZF R15 V4

Yamaha Motor India launched the fourth generation Yamaha R15 V4 in September 2021. The R15 has always been a very popular motorcycle and represents a significant improvement over its predecessor. The new generation of Yamaha R15 V4 has arrived with a better-than-ever iteration with a new premium design, awesome technology and premium components. The 2021 R15 V4.0 is priced from Rs 1.70 lakh up to Rs. 1.82 lakh depending on the color option. The big update is the new design language on the 2021 R15 range. The bike borrows design elements from the new R7 which made its world debut in May of this year, as well as the M1 MotoGP machine.

Bounce Infinity – EV

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Bounce Infinity – EV

Bengaluru-based EV start-up Bounce launched its first electric scooter – Infinity E1 – in India in December 2021. The EV scooter is available for $ 68,999 including battery and charger. However, the price of the scooter is 36,000 without the battery. The scooter also comes with two riding modes – Power and Eco. The Infinity E1 is powered by a 2 kWh lithium-ion battery that offers a certified range of 85 km per charge. The battery can be recharged in about 4 to 5 hours by plugging into any regular electrical outlet.


India Tv - BMW G 310s

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BMW G 310

The Bavarian company launched a handful of bikes in 2021, but the headlines were picked up by the G 310, more affordable than ever. The model is an adventure bike available at a starting price of Rs. 2,90,327 in India. It is available in only 1 variant and 3 colors. BMW also launched its naked flagship, the S 1000 R, the wacky M 1000 RR, R 1250 GS and the R Nine Ts. in India.

Suzuki hayabusa

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In April 2021, the Suzuki Hayabusa motorcycle was launched in India at a price of 16.40 lakh. The 2021 Suzuki Hayabusa is available in three two-tone color options. They are in black glittering glass with Candy Burnt Gold, Metallic Matte Sword Silver with Candy Daring Red and Pearl Brilliant White with Metallic Mat Stellar Blue. The 2021 Hayabusa will be powered by a 1340cc liquid-cooled inline-four engine which now meets Euro 5 emission standards, the equivalent of the BS 6 in India.

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