Bikes: Most Expensive bikes in Nepal

Top 10 expensive bikes of Nepal

With the increasing appetite and desire for the public to ride a variety of bikes or motorcycles, manufacturers have introduced various models in the market from cheap ones to luxurious. Usually, bikes up to Rs. 4, 00,000/- are the most sold models in Nepal. But that doesn’t mean that there is no room for the expensive ones. There are bikes sold up to Rs. 61, 90,000/- in Nepal which most of us also may not have seen. Among various expensive bike models sold in the Nepali market, here we have enlisted 10 of the most expensive bike models by different brands.

10. BMW G310 GS

BMW G310GS can induce 33 bhp of power and 28 nm of rotating force (Torque) from its 313cc engine. The single-cylinder engine of G310GS has a 6-speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, BMW G310GS also has an anti-locking braking system. This 169.5 kg bike is available in 3 colors. The G 310 R and G 310 GS are the small-scale bikes, acknowledged to endorse BMW Motorrad garner records for projected. India, the largest two-wheeler market in the world, was a big part of those plans. But now BMW has performed backtracking and has announced that the 310 twins will not be about quantities, but quality. It is something that BMW Motorrad has been knowing for in markets universally.

9. TNT 600i

Benelli TNT600i generates 78.9 bhp of power and 54.6 nm of torque from its 600cc engine. The double cylinder engine of TNT600i has a 6-speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, Benelli TNT600i also has an anti-locking braking system. This 231 kg bike is available in 2 colours. The Benelli introduced Benelli TNT 600i, an average weight street bike along with 4 additional Benelli models in
March 2015. Pitted against the Kawasaki ER-6n, Hyosung GT 650N and the Ducati Scrambler, the TNT 600i is one of the first 600cc four-cylinder motorcycles in Nepal. More on, the other features of the bike include dual-channel ABS, Headlamp, Analog Tachometer, Halogen Light and more. The Benelli TNT 600i has a wheelbase of 1480mm along with 150mm ground clearance.

8. Yamaha YZF R6

The 2016 Yamaha YZF-R6 uses a shoe grip, the YCC-T, Yamaha Chip Controlled Throttle shelf, and a high output starts framework. The ordinary city mileage is 30 km/l and with 123BHP and 6 equips this bicycle is fair as for its cost. Yamaha R6 comprises of a 599cc, 4-cylinder engine generating 118.4 HP at 14,500rpm. The engine comes to copulate to a 6-speed gearbox. It weighs 190 kg and thus, a huge loss
of torque and power was there for just 10 kg of weight reduction from Yamaha R1.

7. Suzuki B king 1340

Suzuki B-King 1340S claims around 181 horses form the new-gen 1340 engine, which is only about 9 down on the new Busa and translates to a hefty 165-plus at the rear wheel, or a little more than a first-generation Busa. That’s a very serious urge. In case that wasn’t enough, the gearing is lower than for the Hayabusa, so up to near 200km/hrs. It’s going to out-accelerate one, provided you can keep the front wheel somewhere near the deck. Wrapping all that into a package is a twin-spar alloy frame, an alloy swingarm welded from three pieces, high-end suspension with full adjustment, and a big set of four-piston radial-mount brakes up front. Fuel capacity is a relatively small 16lt and weights a claimed 235kg dry.

6. Honda CBR 600

This is one of the most expensive bikes by Honda. It is a middleweight super sports racer that may not get a launch event in India in the coming years. This is because of the taxes on fully imported products that would place the bike somewhere around the 1000 cc bikes from certain manufacturers. CBR 600RR consists of a 599 cc, 4 engine generating 118 BHP at 13500 rpm, and 66 Nm at 11250 r/m. The gearbox is a 6-speed physical component while the motorcycle evaluates quite high at 196 kg. It alleges an ultimate speed of 252 km/hrs and opponents Suzuki GSX-R600 and Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R.

5. Suzuki GSX-1300

Suzuki Hayabusa produces 197 bhp of power and 155 nm of rotating force from its 1340cc double cylinder engine. The engine of Hayabusa has a 6-speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, Suzuki Hayabusa also has an anti-locking braking system. In addition, it has a 1340cc liquid-cooled inline-four-cylinder engine that aggravates 197bhp at 9,500rpm. This unit has copulated to a six-speed constant shaped gearbox. The S-DMS, Suzuki Drive Mode Selector regulates the power outcome. It authorizes the rider to establish one of the three engine supervision maps for different riding circumstances.

4. Ducati Multistrada 1200

The Multistrada 1200S comprises of a new 1200cc Testastretta engine that produces 160bhp at 9500rpm and peak torque of 136Nm at 7600rpm. This engine makes bond with a six-speed gearbox, which transfers power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. This engine transmits power and rotating force across the band, to give a pleasant riding adventure. In terms of the appliances, the Multistrada 1200 S has new tools and devices. It conveys Ducati Safety Pack (DSP) which blends the Bosch 9ME multi-calibration cornering ABS with the Ducati stamped 8-levels DTC. Italy trades the Ducati Multistrada 1200S as a fully-built-up component. The bike is available in almost all the Ducati showrooms available in Nepal.

3. Harley Davidson Iron 883

Harley-Davidson Iron 883 produces 50 bhp of power and 70 nm of rotating force from its 883cc engine. Double cylinder engine of Iron 883 features a 5-speed manual gearbox. Harley-Davidson Iron 883 also has an anti-locking braking process with both back and front brakes. This 256 kg bike is out there in 6 colours. The Iron 883 was to be the stepping stone there to the all-hallowed brand from Milwaukee. It comes with a newer, economical brand within the Street sequel appropriating that role. The Iron 883 now determines the function of the middleweight cruiser and therefore the access to the Dark Custom family. The Iron 883 grips to the Sportster ideology and gets a clutter-free layout.

2. Ducati Diavel Carbon

Powering this motorcycle is a 1200cc Testastretta liquid-cooled engine that produces 160bhp at 9250rpm and peak torque of 130Nm at 8000rpm. This engine makes a team with a six-speed gearbox that transfers power to the rear wheel via a chain drive. The bike consists of ride-by-wire technology and three riding modes – urban riding mode, touring riding mode, and sport riding mode. The urban riding mode limits the power to 100bhp and the Ducati Traction Control is set at 5. In touring riding mode, the bike delivers 162bhp but the power delivery is smooth. In the sport riding mode, the bike delivers a full 162bhp with precise and sporty throttle response for maximum acceleration. Almost all Ducati showroom sells the Ducati Diavel as a completely-built-up (CBU) unit through.

1. MV Agusta F4

MV Agusta F4 RR generates 192.3 bhp of power and 110.8 nm of torque from its 998cc engine. The F4 RR stores a 998cc inline-four-cylinder engine that provides 198bhp and 111Nm of rotating force through the six-speed gearbox. The double cylinder engine of F4 RR has a 6-speed manual gearbox. With both rear and front disk brakes, MV Agusta F4 RR also has an anti-locking braking system. This 190 kg bike is available in 2 colors. The celebrated Italian automotive designer, Massimo Tamburini the original F4 1000, over a decade ago. Such was the artistic impact of the F4 1000 that the 2016 model still carries the considerable influence of the first model.

Which of the bikes on the list do you like the most? Do you think expensive bikes are worth buying in Nepal? Please let us know your views on the comment section below.

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7 months ago


7 months ago

I don’t think buying expensive bike worth in Nepal. It will be ok in the capital but if we talk about roads in the other part of nepal then there will be a lot of repairing cost required for the maintenance of bike..I guess it’s not viable for Nepalease. Just an opinion

7 months ago

I think its better to upload bike pics along with the description

2 months ago

Interesting post. Thank you for sharing.
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