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.
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, Bajaj Discover
, Bajaj Discover 100M
, Bajaj Discover 100T
, Bajaj Discover 125ST
, Bajaj Discover 125T
, Bajaj New Discover 125M
, Bajaj Platina 100
, Bajaj Pulsar 135LS
, Bajaj Pulsar 150
, Bajaj Pulsar 180
, Bajaj Pulsar 200NS
, Bajaj Pulsar 220F
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.
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.
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.
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.