Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Upcoming Bikes In India 2017


2017 so far has been a cracker of a year ,for the motorcycling enthusiasts from the new FZ  to the Duke it just kept getting better. And this is not yet going to stop, we are getting you the new upcoming motorcycles of the year 2017.

Here are the,  upcoming bikes in India 2017 -


1. Akula 310-

The new tvs is ready to shine, it is the bigger sibling of the apache series and tvs's first step towards 300cc motorcycles, in reasonable rates. It is built to exaggerate 33 years of tvs racing,this all out rack tool has been developed to be a winner on the track. Wrapped with carbon type body and fiber graphics ready to be loved by the indians with a roaring sound and sporty looks.


  • A Tvs production motorcycle unveiled at the auto expo, announces its launching in august 2017.
  • This 313 cc motorcycle is a new concept to the sports bikes.
  • single cylinder , liquid cooled engine .
  • comes with a 6-speed gearbox.
  • It uses the G 310 R's frame and cycle parts but will be tuned for a sporty handling.
  • Covered with tvs Fulfairing.
  • Price to be around 2 Lakh.


2. Benneli Tornado 302 R-

It is the first and only full faired motorcycle by the benneli itself .It is depicted on the elder sibling TNT300 which produces the same power of 35.5 bhp and 27.4 nm of torque.Its strong rivals could be Kawasaki ninja 300 and Yamaha R3. The bike will be launched in 2 models which is with abs and without abs.
  • A 300 cc racing motorcycle by the Benneli.
  • Maximum power of 35.5 bhp @ 10,000 rpm.
  • Max torque- 27.4 nm @ 9,000 rpm.
  • 2 cylinder and 6 speed gear.
  • Liquid cool , fuel injected engine.
  • fuel capacity of 14 ltr.
  • Top speed of 170 km/hr.
  • Launching in august 2017.
  • Price to be 3.5-3.7 lakh.


3. BMW G310 R-

Its the first budget motorcycle by the bmw which targets the budget economy well, this shows the bmw is trying hard to be the first choice to everyone in the country. Tvs is aligned with the bmw showering a whole new racing generation. The design has been thrived from the big beasts S100RR and R1200 R.



  • First motorcycle under tvs-bmw alliance.
  • Designed on the elements of  S1000RR.
  • It is a 313 cc motorcycle, single cylinder and liquid cooled ingine.
  • 34 bhp @9500 rpm.
  • Torque of 28nm @ 7500rpm.
  • 6 speed gearbox.
  • top speed of 150 km/h.
  • Fuel tank of 11 ltrs.
  • Launching at the end of 2017.
  • Pricing around 2.5 lakh.


4. Hero HX 250 R-

After getting separated from the honda ,this is the only hope for hero to get back in to sports bike generation and grow the business in bigger aspect. The chance is big , so the bike is being under many tests and changes which cant get easily beaten. Hoping for the best for hero.




  • Hero needs a sure sure comback after the Karisma.
  • This new HX 250 R is a 249 cc motorcycle.
  • Max power - 31 bhp @ 9000 rpm.
  • Max torque - 23 nm @7000 rpm.
  • single cylinder, liquid cooled engine.
  • 6 speed gearbox.
  • Fuel tank of 13 ltrs.
  • Weighs 140 kg.
  • Top speed - 165 km/h.
  • Launching at the end of 2017.
  • Pricing around 1.5-2 lakh.

5. Kawasaki X-300 -

The X-300 is the new low cost entry motorcycle which was unveiled at the auto expo 2016,this motorcycle is an off road bike giving competition to the himalyan by royal enfield.
Being a touring bike kawasaki has equipped with a reliable and long 41mm telescopic suspensions in the front and a monoshock suspension in the back. And as assumed the wheels are supported by spokes to maintain the light weight of the vehicle .Kawasaki will be launching 2 models for this Bike - Urban model and the adventure model.


A few focus on the specs-

  • Many optional storage containers will be offered with it.
  • New LCD tachometer to know the fuel efficiency.
  • Offers 17 ltrs of fuel tank.
  • 296 cc parallel twin engine.
  • Long travel adjustable suspensions.
  • launching in august 2017.
  • pricing around 3.5 lakh.


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