Upcoming new bikes in India in 2023

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Upcoming new bikes in India in 2023
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  • The Indian 2-wheeler market is set to witness a change in 2023 with some new launches.
  • Below, check out the list of new bikes expected to launch in India in 2023.
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India is the world’s largest two-wheeler market, and in recent years, the biking culture in India has witnessed immense growth with a wide range of options available.

The Indian 2-wheeler market is set to witness a change next year as most companies are preparing some interesting launches. Royal Enfield will soon launch its much-awaited 650cc twin-cylinder cruiser motorcycles. Also, Yamaha is expected to launch an all-new 250cc adventure bike. In addition to these lineups, the naked version of the TVS Apache RR 310 is expected to debut in 2023.

In addition to the above-mentioned bikes, premium brands such as Ducati, Triumph, Aprilia, and Kawasaki are also planning to launch their bikes in 2023.

Here is the complete list of new bikes expected to launch in India in 2023.

Upcoming bikes in India


Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650


The Royal Enfield’s Super Meteor 650 is expected to launch in India in January. The bike is expected to have a price tag of ₹3,00,000 to ₹3,50,000. Similarly, Royal Enfield is also planning to launch Shotgun 650 in June 2023.
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KTM 890 Duke


KTM has already taken the wraps off the 890 Duke globally. The KTM 890 Duke is up for sale in the global market, and it is expected that KTM will bring the 890 Duke to India by February 2023. The pricing of the KTM 890 Duke is expected to be around ₹9 lakh (ex-showroom).

Bajaj Avenger 400


One of India’s most loved cruiser bikes, the Bajaj Avenger, is likely to get bigger and better with a 400cc engine. The Bajaj Avenger 400 is expected to launch in India by February and could have a price tag of ₹1.82 lakh to ₹2 lakh. Once the bike is launched, it will compete against Royal Enfield Classic 350 and Thunderbird 350.

Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE


The Kawasaki Ninja H2 SX SE is expected to launch in India by January 2023. This superbike is expected to have a price tag of ₹28,50,000 - ₹29,50,000 in India. So far, the bike will be available in 1 variant and powered by a 998 cc BS-VI engine.

Hero Maestro Xoom 110


The Hero Maestro Xoom 110 is a scooter that could launch in India by January 2023. It will be available in 1 variant and powered by a 110cc BS-VI engine.

Honda CB350 Brigade


The Honda CB350 Brigade could launch in India by February 2023, with a price tag of ₹2,00,000 to ₹2,10,000. The CB350 Brigade could sport a new design and features. The Honda CB350 Brigade could use the same single-cylinder 348cc air-cooled motor engine.
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Royal Enfield Himalayan 450


The expected launch date of the Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 is March 2023. The bike can have a price tag of ₹2,60,000 to ₹3,00,000. So far, it will be available in one variant, and it will be powered by a 450 cc BS-VI engine.

Harley-Davidson Custom 1250


The Harley-Davidson Custom 1250 is a cruiser bike with an expected launch in India by March 2023. It could have a price tag of ₹16,00,000 to ₹17,00,000 in India.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Next Gen


The latest spy shots suggest Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Next Gen could debut in India by May 2023. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Next Gen will follow the same design as the current model. The expected price of Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Next Gen can be between ₹1,50,000 to ₹1,80,000.

Ducati Panigale V4 R


The Ducati Panigale V4 R is a legal road racer bike expected to launch in India in June 2023. This pro bike could have a price tag of ₹52,50,000 to ₹53,00,000. It will be powered by a 998 cc BS-VI engine that will produce a massive 221bhp.

Honda CBR300R


The Honda CBR300R is expected to launch in India by June 2023, and it could have a price tag of ₹2,00,000 to ₹2,29,999. The bike will sport 286cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that will generate 30bhp.
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