Price Comparison Of All 300-400cc Bikes In India: February 2023

  • Feb 7, 2023
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Any guesses on which bike is the most expensive in this segment?

Feisty streetfighters, thumping cruisers and corner-carving supersports, the options in the Indian 300-400cc segment are plenty. Here’s a quick look at the prices of all the bikes in this segment.

Model

Variant

Price (ex-showroom Delhi)

Benelli Imperiale 400

Standard

Rs 2,30,001

Bajaj Dominar 400

Standard

Rs 2,23,538

BMW G 310 GS

Standard

Rs 3,20,000

BMW G 310 R

Standard

Rs 2,80,000

BMW G 310 RR

Standard

Rs 2,95,000

Honda CB300F

DLX

Rs 2,25,900

DLX Pro

Rs 2,28,900

Honda CB300R

Standard

Rs 2,77,267

Honda H'ness CB350

DLX

Rs 2,00,386

DLX Pro

Rs 2,05,386

Anniversary Edition

Rs 2,07,886

Honda CB350RS

Monotone

Rs 2,05,386

Dualtone

Rs 2,06,015

Jawa Perak

Standard

Rs 2,09,187

Jawa 42 Bobber

Standard

Rs 2,09,187

Kawasaki Ninja 300

Standard

Rs 3,40,000

Kawasaki Ninja 400

Standard

Rs 5,14,000

Keeway K300 N

Matte White

Rs 2,65,000

Matte Red

Rs 2,75,000

Matte Black

Rs 2,85,000

Keeway K300 R

Glossy White

Rs 2,99,000

Glossy Red

Rs 3,10,000

Glossy Black

Rs 3,20,000

Keeway V302C

Glossy Grey

Rs 3,89,000

Glossy Black

Rs 3,99,000

Glossy Red

Rs 4,09,000

KTM 390 Adventure

Standard

Rs 3,37,043

KTM 390 Duke

Standard

Rs 2,96,230

KTM RC 390

Standard

Rs 3,16,070

GP Edition

Rs 3,16,070

Mahindra Mojo

Black Pearl

Rs 1,99,000

Coral Red

Rs 2,11,000

Garnet Black

Rs 2,12,000

QJ Motor SRV 300

Green

Rs 3,49,000

Black, Orange, Red

Rs 3,59,000

QJ Motor SRK 400

White

Rs 3,59,000

Red & Black, Red

Rs 3,69,000

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 (on-road Delhi)

Onyx Black, Bullet Silver

Rs 1,74,107

Black

Rs 1,81,378

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 ES (on-road Delhi)

Jet Black

Rs 1,90,812

Regal Red, Royal Blue

Rs 1,90,814

Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Retro

Rs 1,49,900

Dapper

Rs 1,66,900

Rebel

Rs 1,71,900

Royal Enfield Classic 350

Redditch Red, Grey & Sage Green

Rs 1,90,002

Halcyon Single Channel

Rs 1,92,890

Halcyon Dual Channel

Rs 1,98,971

Signals Edition

Rs 2,10,385

Dark Stealth Black, Gunmetal Grey

Rs 2,17,588

Chrome

Rs 2,21,297

Royal Enfield Meteor 350

Fireball

Rs 2,01,253

Fireball Custom

Rs 2,03,089

Stellar

Rs 2,07,333

Stellar Custom

Rs 2,09,169

Supernova

Rs 2,17,469

Supernova Custom

Rs 2,19,306

TVS Apache RR 310

Standard

Rs 2,65,000

BTO

Rs 2,86,500

Yezdi Adventure

Slick Silver

Rs 2,12,900

Mambo Black

Rs 2,14,900

Whiteout

Rs 2,14,942

Yezdi Roadster

Inferno Red, Glacial White, Smoke Grey

Rs 2,01,142

Crimson

Rs 2,03,829

Hunter Green, Steel Blue

Rs 2,05,142

Sin Silver, Gallant Grey

Rs 2,09,142

Yezdi Scrambler

Fire Orange

Rs 2,07,900

Bold Black, Outlaw Olive, Yelling Yellow

Rs 2,09,900

Midnight Blue, Mean Green, Rebel Red

Rs 2,13,900

Zontes 350R

Blue

Rs 3,15,000

Black, Silver

Rs 3,25,000

Zontes 350X

Black Gold

Rs 3,35,000

Black Green, Silver Orange

Rs 3,45,000

Zontes GK350

Black Blue

Rs 3,37,000

Black Gold, Silver Orange

Rs 3,47,000

Zontes 350T

Orange

Rs 3,37,000

Champagne

Rs 3,47,000

Zontes 350T ADV

Orange

Rs 3,57,000

Champagne

Rs 3,67,000

The most affordable bike in this segment is the Royal Enfield Bullet 350, which is due for a revamp in its 2023 iteration. It’ll finally be based on the J-platform, same as the Classic 350. Here’s why we love the Classic 350.

The most expensive bike on this list is the Kawasaki Ninja 400, which is also the most expensive supersport. On the other end of the supersport spectrum lies the TVS Apache RR 310. However, if we had to pick a supersport in this segment, it would be the KTM RC 390, which, with its revamped avatar and sweet handling, won us over.

If you’re on a tight budget and looking for a streetfighter in this segment, the Mahindra Mojo is the option for you; however, we haven’t seen many on the road despite this bike still being on sale. The most expensive streetfighter in this segment is the QJ Motor SRK 400; however if you’re looking for extreme performance, look no further than the KTM 390 Duke. That said, there’s an updated iteration of this bike around the corner.

If you love cruising with a pillion, the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 would be the most inexpensive option to look at, while the Keeway V302C and the QJ Motor SRV 300 are the most premium options. We would pick the Meteor 350, and our long-term report tells you why. Here’s our review of the Keeway V302C.

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