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After Ducati, Aprilia became the second premier Italian Motorcycle brand to make its entry in the Indian two-wheeler segment under the ownership of Piaggio. Aprilia is renowned for endowing its production bikes with technology and knowledge gained from the world of motorsports. In India, it has put on sale most of the bikes from its international line-up.
As part of your research on purchasing a vehicle from Ducati, it is a good practice to compare the price and technical specifications of the model of your choice with rival brand products. We also encourage you to view our photos of the various offerings made by Ducati.
The wholly owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company, Japan, Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has amassed impressive numbers and credibility over the past decade with some very succesful models like the Activa scooter and the Honda Shine 125cc motorcycle. HMSI is currently the third largest two-wheeler company in India and is steadily climbing up the ranks. And now with its third plant getting operational, the long wait for its products also seems to be dropping effectively.
The big Japanese, Kawasaki, which has enjoyed a strong partnership with Bajaj Auto for decades released two of its finest motorcycles in the country and is now planning to launch some more models. Known for their quality of parts and perforomance, Kawasaki products are truly world class.

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Kawasaki Ninja, Kawasaki Z800
Moto Guzzi
Even though Moto Guzzi is the oldest European motorcycle manufacturer in continuous production, it is still the least known of the Italian two-wheeler companies. It is the second brand to be launched in India after Aprilia by Piaggio and made its debut with the Grisso 1200 8V in 2012. Moto Guzzi is distinguished for its retro-styled bikes and operates out from a single dealer based in Gurgaon but there are plans to expand the dealer spread.

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Moto Guzzi Bellagio
After having exited its tie-up with TVS Motor, Suzuki entered the Indian market by itself and has been doing fairly well in the Indian sphere with its three chief offerings including the very popular Access 125 scooter. Alongside its volume segment offerings, Suzuki has also brought its high-end superbikes via the CBU route including the iconic Suzuki Hayabusa.
Japanese biggie Yamaha is back on track with its premium products and has accumulated enormous respect for its performance oriented motorcycles. With exceptionally high part quality and superb engineering, Yamaha motorcycles are known to be one of the first choices amongst the enthusiast buyers in the country.
India's second largest motorcycle company, Bajaj Auto has been at the helm of the performance brigade in the country with its Pulsar and Avenger range of motorcycles. Churning out non-stop upgrades and upping the bar in the premium motorcycle category, Bajaj Auto has definitely struck a chord in the hearts of million bikers in the country while at the same time bringing up the commuters up to pace with higher capacity commuter products like the Boxer 150 and the Discover range.
The most famous and popular name in the world of motorcycles, Harley-Davidson announced its entry into India in 2008 and clearly stated that it has big plans for the huge two-wheeler market in India. After setting up an assembly line in the counry, the American cruiser-bike company is dedicated to serving the Indian bikers with its luxurious set of wheels.
Korean motorcycle manufacturer Hyosung now owned by S&T Motors has ventured into the middleweight motorcycle space in India with its Indian partner Garware Motors to cater to the enthusiast buyers. Currently with three products in its kitty, the Hyosung-Garware tie-up is planning to expand its line-up soon with newer motorcycles.
KTMKTM
One of the biggest motorcycle companies from Europe, KTM has made its foray in India with the 200 Duke street model via the Bajaj-KTM partnership. While many would not be aware about the KTM brand, it is only a matter of time before the 200 Duke goes and paints the town orange. With Bajaj Auto manufacturing the 200 Duke at their Chakan plant near Pune, the maker has been able to price the gorgeous 200 Duke competitively in a market like India which is highly price conscious.

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KTM Duke 200, KTM Duke 390 ABS
The most iconic scooter company in the world, Vespa, has made its Indian return. The Italian firm has been the most revered name in the world of scooters since its inception in 1940s. Over the years the Vespa brand has transformed from affordable transportation to a lifestyle product that carries a retro-modern appeal but with all the modern-day technologies and features found on two-wheelers. The Italian brand is here to stay and committed to cater to the burgeoning Indian scooter segment, albeit it opens a new lifestyle premium scooter segment with its entry.

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Piaggio Vespa
Triumph
Iconic British Motorcycle manufacturer, first established in 1902. It has a wide range of motorcycles across segments that include Classics, Roadsters, Adventure bikes and Supersports models.
BMWBMW
German bike-maker BMW Motorrad known for some of the most iconic motorcycles and innovation in two-wheeler technologies has made its entry into the Indian market with its extensive range of high-end superbikes including its adventure motorcycle series. Its entire line-up is available in India sold via BMW dealerships across the country.
Country's leading bike-maker, Hero MotoCorp (previously known as Hero Honda) is at the top of the game and is taking bold steps with its new-found identity bringing enthusiastic models while taking home a chink of the large commuter segment ixisting in India with its iconic Splendor and Passion models.
Indian
Indian Motorcycle is among the most iconic two-wheeler brands from across the globe and is the first American motorcycle manufacturer established in 1901. The Indian brand has been brought to our shores by its parent company Polaris and it will compete in the premium end of the cruiser motorcycle segment with its CBU offerings against arch-rival, Harley-Davidson.
The newest Indian two-wheeler company, Mahindra 2 Wheelers is working on developing a foothold in the highly competitive Indian tw-wheeler bazaar. Currently running only scooter models, the company will soon be launching motorcycles in the market.
One of the oldest motorcycle company in the world, Royal Enfield has swiftly transformed into a lifestyle company with smart brand promotion and churning out some really competitive products. Blending retro-charm with modern technologies, Royal Enfield has an expanding base of buyers who will not settle for anything less than the thump.
TVSTVS
South-based bike-maker TVS Motors has been holding decent ground in the market with its range of scooters and motorcycles. Known for its quality of parts and good relaibility, TVS products dominate the Southern market in the country along with growing presence in other zones.
 
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