Upcoming Bike Launches That Are Happening Soon – RE To KTM – GaadiWaadi.com

November is here, and the world of two-wheelers is abuzz with exciting launches and new models hitting the Indian market. These upcoming bike releases promise an exciting and diverse range of options for motorcycle enthusiasts. Whether you’re a fan of adventure, sportiness, or eco-friendly commuting, there’s something for everyone in this exciting lineup.
Let’s take a closer look at what’s in store for motorcycle enthusiasts this month:
Expected Price: Rs. 2.75 Lakh
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Royal Enfield Himalayan 450 will get a liquid-cooled 452cc engine, which belts out 40 BHP. It comes mated to a 6-speed transmission, with a slip & assist clutch offered as standard. It will also get USD front forks, a mono rear shocker, seat height adjustment, etc.
Expected Price: Rs. 4.5 Lakh
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Italian manufacturer Aprilia will launch its lower middleweight sportsbike – RS457 – In the Indian market soon. The motorcycle offers a fine balance between performance and affordability while being one of the most stylish in its segment. This sportbike, unveiled in September, features a 457cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine generating 47 BHP, promising a thrilling ride that doesn’t break the bank.
Expected Price: Rs. 4.2 lakh (YZF-R3) and Rs. 3.9 lakh (MT-03)
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Yamaha showcased the highly awaited R3 and MT-03 at the Buddh International Circuit in September, hinting at their imminent launch in India. Unofficial bookings are already open, indicating that this motorbike duo may hit the Indian roads by the end of November or early December. Both bikes share Yamaha’s 321cc liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine (42 BHP), offering an exhilarating ride with the MT-03 boasting a slight edge in torque.
Estimated Price: Rs. 70,000
Kinetic e-Luna is a forthcoming electric moped that is expected to revolutionise affordable green mobility. With an estimated top speed of 50 kph and a claimed range of 100 km, it’s a greener alternative to traditional scooters like the TVS XL100. With the rising demand for eco-friendly urban mobility, the e-Luna is poised to make a mark.
Estimated Price: Rs. 1.75 lakh
The updated KTM Duke 125 will also go on sale in our country very soon, featuring the new 390-Duke-inspired design and new equipment. The motorcycle will flaunt edgy tank cowls and an LED headlight. The bike will retain the 124cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine with 14.7 BHP on tap, coupled with a 6-speed gearbox. The new-gen Duke 125 also features a redesigned swingarm, 43mm WP inverted forks, and switchable dual-channel ABS.

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