India is one of the largest two-wheeler markets and also happens to have a young population (when compared with most other nations). And since teens, college students often prefer motorbikes to other forms of transportation, most manufacturers have started introducing customized motorbikes for the Indian market, and to try and tap this niche. And if you are in the market for a bike, one that’s really powerful, then you may want to check out some of the top performers listed below.
Top 5 Fastest Super Bikes in India
Today’s Biker class has been an essential crossroads for many biking enthusiasts in the world. The Indian leading companies with successful bikes on the new launch scheme of the superbikes have challenged the meaner frontiers, raising the hopes with the new models on a new top speed and highest bhp bikes. Do check out the Highest BHP (Brake Horse Power) Bike in India 2023
1. Yamaha Fazer FI V 2.0
The Yamaha Fazer FI V 2.0 definitely stands out for the right reason with its sharp design, innovative curves and the way, the seat cuts back towards the end. It definitely sports a new look, one that sets it apart from the rest. It comes with a 149cc engine, along with a BHP 13 which comes loaded with enough power to make you grin. The new Frazer manages to deliver more in terms of performance and power when compared to the older variants. It currently comes with a torque of 12.80Nm, as well as a mileage that’s truly remarkable.
The mileage offered by the bike is 45 bhp and it is a good mileage considering the power it has. This bike also comes with Disc Brakes which are very much required on Indian roads. Yamaha Fazed FI V 2.0 comes only in one standard variant which is priced at Rs 89,643. If you have decided to purchase this bike then you must know that there are 3 color options available in this model.
2. Yamaha FZ16
This bike may well be the smallest one of the whole FZ series but it still stands out as remarkable as ever. The Yamaha FZ16 may seem tiny, compact even but it packs in a lot of power with its 153CC engine. As far as the design goes, it comes with the basic look, without most frills but most of these are optional. It comes with a better headlight variant than the earlier models with the requisite turn indicators. It also features both disc brakes at the front along with drum brakes for more safety. The bike also comes with a power output of 13.80 BHP as well as a torque of 13.60Nm.
Talking about the mileage, the bike runs 50 kilometers in one liter of petrol and this is a phenomenal mileage with this kind of power. The top speed of Yamaha FZ16 is 107 Kmph and it is a perfect touring bike. The tire in the rear offers a very good grip as well. Just like Fazer, Yamaha FZ16 also comes in one single variant which has disc brakes as well. The cost of this bike is Rs 78,712.
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3. Honda CB Unicorn 160
The Honda CB Unicorn 160 comes with a minimalistic look and certainly looks stylish enough to attract eyeballs. It certainly looks elegant in black with the side body panels gleaming dark. This bike was mainly designed for daily use and has been engineered to withstand all the rough wear and tear. What makes this bike stand out is its understated muscular look, and it certainly looks to be packing in quite a bit of power with its 163 CC engine. The bike’s current power output stands at 14.50 BHP with a torque of 14.60Nm. It also comes with a top speed of 106 Kmph.
The mileage offered by Honda CB Unicorn 160 is 62 Kmpl and there are two variants available on the bike. The base variant only comes with Disc Brakes and it is priced at Rs 77.227 while the top variant also comes with Combi braking system. The cost of the top variant is Rs 79,675. This bike is available in 5 different colors and the Pearl Igneous Black looks the best. Considering our advice, if you plan to purchase this bike then go for the variant which comes with CBS.
4. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500
The Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 really packs in quite a lot of power but that should not be surprising seeing that the bike comes with a 499 CC engine. The Royal Enfield motorbike certainly stands out on account of its raw power as well as the fact that it comes with a retro look. If you wanted a powerful motorbike with a retro look, then this is the one that you need to take a closer look at. The motorbike in question comes with a single down tube chassis, which is interesting enough along with a 41 mm telescopic fork. It comes with a power output of 27.20 BHP, 41.30 Nm, as well as a top speed of 130 KMPH.
The 500 cc engine is really fun to drive and all of the bike lovers have a dream of visiting Leh and Ladakh on their Royal Enfield. This dream can also turn true if you purchase this bike. Royal Enfield Thunderbird also has two variants available. One is the non-ABS variant and the second one is the ABS variant. The non-ABS variant comes with Disc brakes and it is priced at Rs 1, 90,874. The ABS version is priced at Rs 2, 06,645. Lastly, Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500 is also available in 5 different colors.
5. Kawasaki Ninja 300
The Kawasaki Ninja 300 certainly manages to catch your eye right away with its sleek, elegant look, the Colour, and graphics on the body panel, and the overall design. The bike stands out for the right reasons; it comes with a 296CC engine that cranks out a power output of 39 BHP as well as a torque of 27Nm. It currently has a top speed of 160 KMPH.
The mileage of the bike is low and that is mainly because of this 300 cc engine. Talking about the numbers, the mileage is 25 Kmpl. In addition to this, the headlamps of the bike look very aggressive and they are the most attractive part of the bike. Ninja 300 comes in one single variant which is also loaded with ABS. The cost of this beauty is Rs 2, 98,000. The standard green color looks the best but Ninja is also available in 2 more dual-tone shades and you can surely have a look at those colors as well.
These are some of the top-performing motorbikes with a high BHP and a good top speed. Just check them out and choose the one that you prefer, given your current budget.
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