5 Motorcycles From EICMA Which Are Likely To Come To India

Image Credits: Suzuki

Suzuki V-Strom 800DE   While Suzuki still sells the V-Strom 650 here, the recently unveiled V-Strom 800DE has a good chance of making it to our market. Powered by a 776cc, parallel-twin motor, it makes 84PS of power and 78Nm of torque and rides on 220mm suspension travel, with 21/17-inch wire-spoke wheels.  

Image Credits: Ducati

2023 Ducati Scrambler   Ducati has introduced its new and improved Scrambler series for 2023 with major mechanical and electronic updates. All three variants - Icon, Full Throttle and Nightshift, are powered by the same 803cc engine (74PS), they come with two riding modes, a 4.3-inch TFT dash and are 4kg lighter than before.

Image Credits: Royal Enfield

Royal Enfield Super Meteor 650   The Super Meteor 650 was unveiled yesterday. Packing the same 650cc parallel-twin motor seen on the Interceptor and Conti GT, the Super Meteor gets a laid-back riding position, with alloy wheels, USD forks and a heft of 241kg!  

Image Credits: Benelli

Benelli 250cc, 500cc models   Benelli showcased three models in Milan this year - the Tornado Naked Twin 500, BKX 250 S and the BKX 250 adventure bike. While the latter two are powered by the same 249cc single-cylinder engine (25.85PS), the 500 gets the Leoncino 500 and the TRK 502's engine, making 47.65PS.  

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Honda XL750 Transalp   Falling under “hopeful launches,” the mid-segment XL750 is the least likely of the bunch to arrive here. It takes design inspiration from the Honda Africa Twin while packing the trusty 750cc parallel-twin motor seen on the recently launched CB750 Hornet (93PS and 75Nm).

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