The Best motorcycles from the Delhi Auto Expo 2016
The Best motorcycles from the Delhi Auto Expo 2016

India is one of the fastest growing automotive markets and every international motorcycle manufacturer wants a slice of the pie. Here are six highly anticipated motorcycles from the 2016 Delhi Auto Expo

DSK Benelli TRK 502


After taking the wraps off the TRK 502 at the Milan Motor Show in 2015, DSK Benelli has decided to bring their dedicated touring bike to India. Unlike most big capacity, high priced tourers, the TRK 502 comes with a 500cc, in-line twin cylinder putting out 47 bhp of power. However it’ll also be one of the more affordable and approachable touring bikes out there and one of the best ways to learn the finer points of off-road motorcycling.


Benelli Tornado 302


The Benelli Tornado is the first fully faired bike from the manufacturer since the Tornado 1130. IT’s got the Benelli TNT 300’s engine and has a claimed top speed of 170 kph.



Indian Scout Sixty


No one mixes traditional-hog style design cues with modern-day muscle quite like Indian. The Scout is a design masterpiece to say the least, even when its sporting a more compact and friendly 60-inch V-twin motor. This will make it a little lighter and easier to own since it’ll be the cheapest motorcycle by Indian that you can buy.


2016 Indian Scout Sixty


Triumph Bonneville Street Twin


Stout of heart, noble in intent and reliable to a fault – the Triumph Bonneville is the quintessential classic British motorcycle. But what if all that old-fashioned charm feels a little too heavy around town? That’s where the Bonneville Street Twin comes in. It’s the base version of the brand-new Bonneville range, with a slightly smaller 900cc engine,  lighter frame, and a scalloped seat which gives it a more modern appearance. The new Bonneville continues to be as understated as ever, making it one of the coolest neo-retro bikes out there. It’s just been launched at Rs 6.9 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)







Honda NXR160


Hero seemed to have gotten things right with the Impulse except that it felt considerably underpowered. Honda seems to have picked the guantlet casually thrown aside by its estranged collaborator and has decided to bring in the NXR160. It’s no fire-breather but it does have a little more power than the Impulse. If there’s one bike suited to Indian riding conditions, it’s this.


Honda Navi


The world of scootering has a new champion and it’s called the Honda Navi. It’s been Honda’s big secret for a while and looks like a cross between a commuter scooter and a BMX. It’s got 8 bhp of power, so one can assume it’s got the same 110cc engine powering the Activa. The Navi was launched on the inaugural day of the expo for Rs 39.5 thousand (Ex-Delhi)



BMW G 310R


Beemers have been a bit out of reach for the average Indian motorcyclist thanks to their extraordinarily sophisticated nature and high price tags. Who knew that TVS would be the one stepping up for the novice rider and bringing BMW’s revered technological know how to the begginer level motorcyles. It’s called the G 310R and it’s the first bike by BMW Motorrad that’s under the 500cc mark. BMW has designed an developed the bike while TVS Motors will take care of the manufacturing end. What do you finally get? A 34 bhp, single cylinder bike and a chance to own a BMW for under Rs 5 lakh.








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