Bikes of 2013 : Special Coverage
The year 2013 will bring with it some very interesting and exciting motorcycles into the Indian market while also hinting on the fact that the 100cc space will witness more or less very little activity. Next year will see action mainly in the 200cc-400cc affordable performance motorcycle class as well as the middleweight (500cc-800cc) segment which will see entry from bigwigs like Honda, Kawasaki and Triumph Motorcycles. In the Superbike class there will be some new entries as well as worthy upgrades to existing models like the 2013 Hayabusa with ABS making its foray as well as the top off the line Ducati Panigale 1199 R being introduced in India in 2013. All in all, 2013 is going to be a great year to wish all the bikers in the country a very happy new year!
While last year was a slouch with regards to superbike launches in the country with most bike makers focusing on lower segments, this year promises to cheer the deep pocketed buyers as some big machines like the 2013 Suzuki Hayabusa, the Ducati Panigale R, Victory cruiser motorcycles and the Triumph Rocket III prepare for their Indian debut.Read More..
Hyosung has two motorcycles lined up for 2013, the first of which will be the GV650 cruiser machine also knowns as the Aquila 650 followed by the 2013 upgraded version of the Hyosung GT650R supersports machine in its latest form. Also in the pipeline is the dynamic new Kawasaki Z800 and select middleweight models from Triumph that include the Tiger 800XC, the Triumph Daytona 675, Triumph Street...Read More..
The 200cc-400cc segment in the country will witness some intense action next year as there are some very exciting launches lined up for 2013. Ofcourse assuredly the KTM 390 Duke will make its entry and so will the new bigger Pulsar. Also one can expect an all-new Yamaha machine in this class before 2013 year end.Read More..
Clogged up to the core, the Indian scooter segment seems ready for an upgrade to bigger scooters. While Yamaha has already entered the segment with the Ray, its arch rival Honda is preparing to launch a premium scooter in the Indian market next year. We won't be surprised if the like of Vespa and Yamaha follow suit shortly.Read More..