The automobile sector has been a major driving force behind the recent boom in the Indian economy. This itself is a great evidence that the social living status of the Indian population is in the transforming mold for the better interest of all. The up-gradation in the living status of the rural areas to the higher status has also paved the way for a huge market for the top two wheelers. If we take a keen look and draw a comparison of the two wheeler market with the other products and services markets in India we would find that the two wheeler automobile market is on the ascent. This very trend has compelled several international players or companies to venture into the ever growing two wheeler vehicle market in India.
Top five new two wheelers that are about to launch in India
Recently, at least in the last four to five years, there has been a continuous growth in the Indian automobile market and now India ranks second in the two wheeler market segment. The present and future of the Indian market is blessed with some trendy and stylish scooters and bikes. Here, a brief analysis of the same is provided keeping in mind the best two wheelers that are going to launch very soon in the Indian market this year:
Yamaha's new 125 cc scooter
After getting a grand success by launching the 110 cc Ray scooter for the women genre the Japanese company, Yamaha, is about to launch a new 125 cc scooter for men. The news is that the company is going to name it as Xeon. As this vehicle is targeted mainly to the male genre it would have a bold and dashing outlook with an added tinge of stylish finish. The price is expected to range from RS 40,000 to RS 50,000. Another good thing is that the Yamaha Xenon comes with Yamaha's latest technology and that too at a standard market price. Moreover, the vehicle is built keeping the security aspects of the riders in mind which would definitely add a buzz to its final sale. It is a two wheeler scooter with a strong cylinder to manage the regular wear and tear when riding on the rough roads in India. Besides, the liquid system cooling would keep the engine's temperature in control while riding a long distance. The fuel tank size is about 4.10 liters and the type of the wheel is that of alloy. The automatic gears and the steel tubular chassis is more than handy on bumpy roads and regular traffic jams. When launched, it would be available in black, red, blue and green white.
Piaggio's Flyer 125 scooter
Piaggio is an Italian company which, if you could remember, started with the sale of Vespa in the Indian market and believe me, ever since it never looked back. It has now expanded its market and got a strong foothold in the country market and thus become a brand name today. It is going to launch the Flyer 125 scooter this year which is expected to run on a reliable 125 cc motor. Apart from being sleek and light on the outlook it boasts of a 125 cc four stroke engine. A steel body with front 200 mm disc brake, rear 140 mm drum and wheels with tubeless tyres adds to the joy of overall riding. There is enough also enough space at the foot rest and also suited to place a helmet just below the seat. The fuel capacity of the vehicle is 7.5 liters of petrol. It has an electric start and may cost you around RS 50,000.
Honda's first 125 cc scooter
Though internationally, the company Honda sold out several 125 cc scooters and proved their mettle in manufacturing sophisticated scooters in the world, it has yet to do so in Indian market. Now, Honda is prepared to fill up this gap by launching its first 125 cc scooter in the Indian market. It would come up with a powerful fuel efficient engine to beat its competitors by a huge margin. A 125 cc four stroke light engine with liquid coolant system is what is going to be unfolded by Honda two wheeler launch this time. This two wheeler price would be around RS 40,000 to RS 50,000. This is certainly believed to give the consumers a respite from the regular traffic jams as the automatic gears comes very handy while switching gears on the go. It would be fully sophisticated ride for the unisex.
Bajaj's 100 cc motorcycle
The Bajaj auto is aiming to sell more than 40,000 units of new 100 cc bikes per month. It would launch the new Discover 100 T with more power capacity, two spark plugs and gear boxes with high speed. The Bajaj company claims the new vehicle would deliver output like that of the125 cc engine with 87 km pl fuel efficiency. The company has the capacity of manufacturing four lakh units every month with its factory based at the different locations in India. Its top speed is 91 kph and has the four speed gears. It would run on one cylinder, has wet multi-plate clutch and an air cooler to cool the vehicle in hot humid conditions of the country. It would be available in black green, black red, black blue, red blue within the price range of RS 45,000.
The Kwasaki Ninja 300 R
If you could remember the Kwasaki Ninja 250 R was a big hit five years back. The bike was worth for its price and very population too. Now Kwasaki is again back with the new Ninja 300 R which is slated to be launched in the month of June. 2013. To be a specific it is a bike with good power engine unlike the 250 R. The chassis of the bike would promise more and the overall look is stylish. It is expected to give a good mileage and would be worth for a ride both for the new and experienced riders. It has a four stroke parallel twin engine with six manual gears. It has two cylinders with a parallel twin, tube diamond steel chassis. The fuel tank has the capacity to hold 17 liters. It would be available in white, black, green, red.
To wrap up
The above mentioned two wheelers are going to hit the Indian market very soon and with the rise in the demand of the consumers they are going to sell like hot buns. This would also give the opportunity to those consumers who would look to upgrade with the latest ones. The good thing about these two wheelers is that these appeals to the unisex class of population which forms the most of the population and also to the people belonging to the different age groups. Certainly, having the keys of the newly launched motorbikes or scooters in one's hand is the happiest moment for any two wheeler riders and with the boom in the latest two wheeler automobile sector this dream seems to be easily achievable for everyone.
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