There has always been a demand for two-wheelers in the Indian automobile market. Several motorcycles including Yezdi and Jawa have been re-introduced in the last 2 to 3 years. Bajaj Auto relaunched the Pulsar 220F to regain its lost market share. Here we are telling you about the top 3 motorcycles that will make a comeback in the Indian market in the next few years.
Bajaj Avenger 220 Street
The country’s leading automobile manufacturer Bajaj Auto (Bajaj Auto) is currently selling the Avenger 220 Cruise (Avenger 220 Cruise) motorcycle. According to the news, the company is planning to reintroduce the Avenger 220 Street. Its mechanical details will be similar to the Cruise. The motorcycle will get the same air/oil-cooled, 220cc, single-cylinder engine. This engine generates power of 19bhp and torque of 17.55Nm. This engine is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. For suspension duties, the bike gets telescopic front forks and twin shock absorbers at the rear. The motorcycle is likely to get front disc brake and drum at the rear. It will get blacked-out panels and alloy wheels. However, there will be no backrest and large front windscreen in it.
Yamaha (Yamaha) aims to reintroduce a wide range of premium motorcycles in the Indian market. If reports are to be believed, Yamaha may relaunch the R3 fully-faired motorcycle in India in 2023. The motorcycle has recently received some changes in the global markets like new sleek LED indicators and a new purple color option. It gets a liquid-cooled, 321cc, parallel-twin engine. This engine generates power of 42bhp and torque of 29.5Nm. Based on the Diamond Frame chassis, the motorcycle gets 37mm USD front forks and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear. It comes with slipper clutch and dual-channel ABS. The new Yamaha R3 will compete against the likes of KTM RC 390, BMW G 310 RR and Kawasaki Ninja 400.
Hero MotoCorp (Hero MotoCorp) is currently testing several new motorcycles including the XPulse 400 and the new Karizma on Indian roads. The next-generation Hero Karizma (Hero Karizma) will be a fully-faired motorcycle with low-set handlebars that will give a sporty riding position. The fully-faired bike will feature a smaller windscreen while the rear will sport a slimmer tail section with a split seat and a smaller exhaust with a heat shield. The bike will get disc brakes on both the wheels along with dual-channel ABS. The model seen in the test gets upside-down front forks and a mono-shock at the rear. Hero MotoCorp has also filed a trademark for the Karizma XMR nameplate. It is expected to be powered by a new 210cc, liquid-cooled engine, which will be mated to a 6-speed gearbox.