Upcoming motorcycles under Rs4 lakh to keep an eye on

In the upcoming months, a number of launches from both domestic and foreign titans are expected in India's entry-level premium bike market. Here is a list of every bike that will be arriving.

Next-gen KTM 390 Duke

When the 390 Duke was first back in 2013, it helped to usher in an era of reasonably priced performance bikes, which is one of the reasons it is so well-liked today. After ten years, this small firecracker of a motorcycle is about to receive what will likely be its most thorough makeover. 

Yamaha R3, MT-03

There has been a lot of talk about Yamaha returning to the luxury bike market after a long absence, but the YZF-R3 and the MT-03 are undoubtedly the most eagerly anticipated of all the machines coming from Iwata. 

Bajaj/Triumph bikes

In less than a month, Triumph will introduce its first single-cylinder engine of the modern era, which will power two different models. Bajaj will construct this motorcycle home in India for both domestic and international markets.

Hero/HD 4XX

The first product from the alliance between Hero MotoCorp and Harley-Davidson, the venerable American brand, will be released soon. The 4XX is a bike that is more of a roadster than a classic cruiser and will be produced right here in India by Hero MotoCorp, just like the Triumphs listed above.  

RE Himalayan 450, 450cc roadster

The Himalayan 450, which is expected to go on sale this year, will house Royal Enfield's first liquid-cooled engine before being integrated into the 450cc roadster. Both of these bikes have been seen numerous times, both domestically and abroad. 

RE Shotgun 650, 650cc scrambler

With a twin-cylinder 650cc engine, Royal Enfield now offers three versions, but there are many more in the works. The Shotgun 650 should meet the needs of riders looking for a sportier cruiser than the relaxed Super Meteor 650. For those looking to veer off the main path, there is also the 650cc scrambler. 

Aprilia RS 440

The Aprilia RS 440 will bridge the gap between the Noale-based company's entry-level scooters and its ultra-premium superbikes, which is a much-needed product for the brand. Additionally, this will be the first Aprilia motorbike made wholly in India. Although we are aware that this bike will be released in the upcoming months, there is a significant likelihood that its price would exceed Rs4 lakh.

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