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High 5 heaviest bikes on sale in India | Autocar India

Written by Ravi Kapoor

The lightest bike on this checklist weighs 375kg, practically 100kg greater than a BMW R 1250 GSA.

The latest unveiling of the 241kg (moist) Royal Enfield Tremendous Meteor 650 at EICMA 2022 raised some eyebrows as that is now the heaviest bike that Royal Enfield makes. Nevertheless, in comparison with different bikes on this checklist, the Tremendous Meteor 650 is a relative welterweight. This checklist options the highest 5 heaviest bikes on sale in India.

5. Harley-Davidson Avenue Glide Particular – 375kg (Rs 33.99 lakh)

Who’d have thought that an honest-to-goodness Harley-Davidson touring mannequin can be the ‘lightest’ bike on any checklist? However that’s precisely the case with the 375kg Avenue Glide Particular. Whereas 375kg is lots of bike, the 1,868cc Milwaukee Eight V-Twin engine churns out 158Nm of torque at simply 3,250rpm, which is greater than sufficient to make this behemoth boogie. The Rs 33.99 lakh price ticket that the Avenue Glide Particular instructions additionally makes it probably the most, errm, ‘inexpensive’ bike right here.

4. Harley-Davidson Highway Glide Particular – 387kg (Rs 36.99 lakh)

If you’re the type that desires a extra modern-looking land-barge from the bar-and-shield model, look no additional than the Highway Glide Particular. Whereas the Highway Glide Particular and the aforementioned Avenue Glide Particular share most of their underpinnings, there are a number of nuanced variations. For starters, the fairing on the Highway Glide is mounted to the chassis slightly than the Avenue’s fork-mounted batwing fairing and it additionally encompasses a extra fashionable twin-LED headlight setup. At 387kg, it’s 12kg heavier than the Avenue Glide and prices Rs Three lakh extra as effectively.

3. Honda Gold Wing Tour – 390kg (Rs 39.72 lakh)

That is maybe the one checklist the place a Honda is heavier than not one, however two Harley-Davidsons! The Honda Gold Wing Tour, aside from providing all of the bells and whistles beneath the solar, is even outfitted with an airbag. The liquid-cooled 1,833cc horizontally-opposed flat-six engine makes 125hp and 170Nm of torque. The Gold Wing has lengthy been lauded because the final phrase in consolation and long-distance touring, and now could be even supplied with a DCT gearbox.

2. Indian Roadmaster Restricted – 403kg (Rs 43.80 lakh)

In the present day’s flagship superbikes all have kerb weights within the ballpark of 200kg, which successfully signifies that the Indian Roadmaster Restricted weighs as a lot as two of them put collectively. The Roadmaster is to Indian what the Avenue Glide is to Harley-Davidson – a contemporary model of the cruisers offered within the ‘70s, when designs have been extra rounded. The Restricted is the decked-out model of the Roadmaster with a extra highly effective music system and flashy paint choices. The Roadmaster Restricted is powered by the air-cooled, 1,890cc Thunderstroke 116 V-Twin engine churning out a staggering 171Nm of torque at simply 3,000rpm.

1. Indian Pursuit Restricted – 416kg (Rs 44.70 lakh)

The heaviest bike presently on sale in India is the 416kg Indian Pursuit Restricted. That is the flagship bike in Indian’s line-up and is powered by the corporate’s new liquid-cooled, 1,768cc PowerPlus V-Twin engine making a gargantuan 178Nm of torque at 3,800rpm. Whereas the main target of this story is the load, the staggering price ticket of this leviathan bears particular point out as effectively. For reference, the worth distinction between the Indian Pursuit Restricted and the Harley-Davidson Avenue Glide Particular is sort of Rs 11 lakh. That worth distinction alone is sufficient to buy a sporty, multi-cylinder middleweight bare. The truth is, the Indian Pursuit Restricted can’t be bought simply off the shelf, you’ll want to place an order to Indian Motorbike for this flagship tourer.

All costs talked about are ex-showroom, Delhi.

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