10 most expensive bikes on sale in India

    If money is no object to you, here are ten of the most exotic two-wheeled creations to splurge on.

    Published On May 27, 2021 11:28:00 AM

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    10 most expensive bikes on sale in India

    This list will evolve as more BS6 big bikes slowly and steadily get launched in India. However, as of today, here are the 10most expensive motorcycles currently on sale in India:

    10. Harley-Davidson Road King

    Price - Rs 26.99 lakh

    Quite unsurprisingly, the first bike on this list comes from Harley-Davidson, specifically from the brand’s touring range, in the form of the aptly named Road King. It's powered by a large 1,746cc V-twin motor, and the 'King’ also offers a whole host of electronic aids under Harley's Reflex Defensive Rider Systems (RDRS) banner. These include cornering ABS and traction control, electronic linked brakes, engine braking control, hill-hold control and a tyre pressure monitoring system.

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    9. Harley-Davidson Street Glide Special

    Price - Rs 31.99 lakh

    Sliding further up Harley-Davidson’s range, we arrive at the Street Glide Special. Kitted out with Harley’s flagship Milwaukee-Eight 114 motor displacing a whopping 1,868cc, the Street Glide Special makes you the master of 163Nm of torque at the twist of your wrist. Just as well, then, that it packs in the RDRS electronic aids as standard. For the price, Harley is also gracious enough to throw in a Bluetooth-enabled infotainment system controlled via a 6.5-inch colour TFT screen.

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    8. Indian Springfield

    Price - Rs 33.06 lakh

    Built for the long haul, the Indian Springfield is the brand’s first of two motorcycles on this list from the ‘Bagger’ line-up. It gets a massive 1,890cc Thunderstroke 116, producing a similarly mammoth 171Nm of torque. The fact that peak torque kicks in at just 3,000rpm should make this a pretty effortless highway mile-muncher. The Springfield gets three ride modes, cruise control, keyless ignition and cylinder deactivation, and also a tyre pressure monitoring system to boot. The main differences to the more affordable Vintage are that the Springfield gets vinyl seats and remote-locking hard saddlebags,while the Vintage stays true to its name and offers leather seats and leather saddlebags.

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    7. Honda CBR1000RR-R

    Price - Rs 32.64-33.14 lakh

    After years of lagging behind its superbike competition, the Honda Fireblade was finally given the massive overhaul it needed a couple of years ago, to create the CBR1000RR-R Fireblade. The 999cc inline-four cylinder engine puts out a monstrous 217.5hp, making it one of the most powerful production bikes in the world. Helping manage all that firepower is a vast IMU-assisted electronics suite that offers five power modes, 10levels of traction control,engine braking control, wheelie control and a bi-directional quickshifter.

    6. Indian Chieftain Dark Horse/Chieftain Limited

    Price - Rs 33.29 lakh to 33.54 lakh

    The second model from Indian’s Bagger lineup is the Chieftain. It’s offered in two trim levels - Dark Horse (Rs 33.29 lakh, ex-showroom) and Limited (Rs 33.54 lakh, ex-showroom), and as you’d expect, the former features a more understated, darker paint scheme with very little chrome. Both versions are loaded to the brim with features, coming with a 100-watt infotainment system that features Bluetooth connectivity and Apple CarPlay. You also get full-LED lighting, power-locked saddlebags and an electric windscreen.

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    5. Harley-Davidson Road Glide Special

    Price - Rs 34.99 lakh

    In the absence of the CVO, the Road Glide Special is the pinnacle of Harley-Davidson’s lineup in India, and carries a price tag to suit that position. Like the more affordable Street Glide, the Road Glide Special also packs in a Milwaukee-Eight 114 motor that’s reigned in by the RDRS electronics. Likewise, the infotainment system is also the same. The difference comes from the Road Glide’s frame-mounted fairing, compared to the Street Glide’s fork-mounted unit. The feeling of luxury aboard these bikes is further enhanced by keyless operation, which also extends to the saddlebags - one touch is all it takes to lock and unlock them.

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    4. Honda Goldwing Tour

    Price - Rs 37.20-39.16 lakh

    Honda’s answer to the full-fat tourers from Indian and Harley-Davidson is the mighty Goldwing Tour. In typical Honda fashion, it shuns the V-twin layout and is instead powered by a 1,833cc, flat-six engine producing 126hp and 170Nm. It’s also got a typically jam-packed features list, including an electrically adjustable windscreen, adjustable pillion backrest, cruise control, a 7.0-inch TFT display and even Apple CarPlay! And its massive 121litres of storage space should be more than enough to let you carry all your precious possessions with you wherever you go.

    3. Indian Roadmaster

    Price - Rs 43.21 lakh to 43.96 lakh

    At the summit of Indian’s lineup sits the imposing Roadmaster. This being the flagship model, it gets all the features that the Chieftain gets, and then some. Both rider and pillion are seated in utmost luxury aboard heated seats that come as standard! You also get heated grips, and with 140-litres of weatherproof storage on-board, it’s more like a shrunken camper-van than a very large motorcycle.

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    2. BMW M 1000 RR

    Price - Rs 42 lakh to 45 lakh

    With its eye-watering price tag, carbon-fibre winglets, a sharper chassis and even more power, the BMW M 1000 RR makes the S 1000 RR seem positively bourgeois, even though the former is based on the latter. Power is up by5hp to 212hp and the wings produce a claimed 16.3kg at 299kph. For an extra Rs 3 lakh, the Competition variant throws in a lighter swingarm, an M carbon parts package and an M milled parts package, as well as BMW's innovative new DLC-coated maintenance-free chain.

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    1. 2019 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

    Price - Rs 79.90 lakh

    The maddest bike in the H2 stable is also the most expensive bike on sale in India, and by a humongous margin. The numbers on the H2R are almost beyond belief – a stratospheric 326hp (with Ram Air) and 165Nm of torque – all from just a 998cc supercharged engine. Fortunately (or unfortunately), the H2R isn’t a street-legal motorcycle so buyers can use it only at the track. Over its lifetime, the Ninja H2R has been updated with Brembo Stylema brakes, a special self-healing paint job and a new supercharged emblem on the engine casing.

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