New Bike Launches In 2021 Between Rs 5 lakh And Rs 10 lakh: KTM 890 Duke, Triumph Trident, Honda CBR650R And More

Modified On Dec 31, 2020 05:25 PM By Pratik Bhanushali for Honda CBR650R

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If you’re looking for a motorcycle in this budget, you might want to check out this comprehensive list

2021 is set to be an action-packed year with several new motorcycles likely to be launched in the country. Here’s a detailed list of what we expect from different manufacturers in the price range of Rs 5 lakh to Rs 10 lakh:

Honda CB500X

Expected Price- Rs 5.50 lakh

Expected Launch- Q2, 2021

The Honda CB500X will be the brand’s first mid-displacement adventure touring motorcycle. It will get a 471cc parallel-twin motor rated at 47.5PSand 43Nm. If launched, the CB500X will initially be sold as a CKD product and depending on the demand, Honda may localise the ADV in future.

Suzuki SV650

Expected Price- Rs 6 lakh

Expected Launch- Q3, 2021

With the Suzuki V-Strom garnering good numbers, Suzuki has plans to expand its CKD product portfolio by launching the new SV650 in India. The Suzuki streetfighter will compete against the likes of the Kawasaki Z650 and the upcoming Honda CB500R. It packs a 645cc twin-cylinder engine that makes 73PS and 64Nm. 

KTM 890 Duke

Expected Price- Rs 10 lakh

Expected Launch- Q2, 2021

If not the most, the KTM 890 Duke has to be one of the most anticipated bikes for 2021. KTM dispatched only 100 units of the 790 Duke for India which was good enough for the brand to consider the launch of 890 Duke. As of now, it is only available in the ‘R’ version but we expect the standard 890 Duke to be unveiled, replacing the 790 Duke for India. It will have a larger engine and better performance figures and that will come with a higher price tag.

Triumph Trident 660

Expected Price- Rs 7.49 lakh

Expected Launch- Q1, 2021

The Trident 660 has already been launched in international markets and should make its way to India by Q1 of 2020. Official pre-bookings are underway for Triumph’s offering and you can get more details here. With the Trident 660, Triumph aims to make a dent in the middleweight naked bike segment and take on upcoming rivals, the Honda CB650R and the Kawasaki Z900.

Honda CBR650R

Expected Price- Rs 7.70 lakh

Expected Launch- Q2, 2021

The 2021 Honda CBR650R has been unveiled in the foreign market with a Euro5-compliant 649cc inline-four motor. It makes 95PS of power and 63Nm of torque. The new CBR650R receives a redesigned headlight, front fairing, and a new LCD console. The 2021 Honda CBR650R also gets a Showa Separate Function Big Piston USD fork. All these upgrades are likely to bump up the price.

Benelli TRK 502 BS6

Expected Price- Rs 5.10 - 5.50 lakh

Expected Launch- Q1, 2021

Benelli offers the TRK 502 in two variants: Standard and X. The 2021 model gets cosmetic upgrades in the form of all-LED lighting and a 5-inch TFT console. The new motorcycle has also managed to shed about 10kg and received hardware upgrades such as Brembo brakes. 

Benelli 600RR

Expected Price- Rs 6.50 lakh

Expected Launch- Q3, 2021

Benelli’s sister company has already unveiled the SR600 and it is expected to be rebranded as Benelli 600RR for export purposes. It will have the TNT 600’s four-cylinder mill, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike will be available in two variants, both of which will use a trellis frame. The 600RR will feature LED lighting, keyless ignition, and a 5-inch TFT console with an adaptive display. 

Honda CB650R

Expected Price- Rs 7.50 lakh

Expected Launch- Q2, 2021

Apart from the CB500X and the CBR650R, Honda is likely to bring the CB650R in India during Q2 of 2021. The CB650R is a neo-retro styled motorcycle with a 649cc inline-four liquid-cooled engine. It’s mated to a 6-speed gearbox and makes 95PS of power and 64Nm of torque. The new motor will be BS6-compliant and run much cleaner. The Honda CB650R gets Showa Separate Function Big Piston USD Forks and preload-adjustable monoshock.

Benelli TNT 600

Expected Price- Rs 7 lakh

Expected Launch- Q3, 2021

It will come with a BS6-compliant 600cc inline four-cylinder engine, mated to a 6-speed transmission. The motor produces 85PS of power and 54.6Nm of torque. Its design seems influenced by Kawasaki Z1000’s styling. The signature twin under-seat exhausts have made for a single underbelly exhaust. It will compete against the Kawasaki Z650, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, and the upcoming Honda CB650R.

 

 

 

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