45+ User Votes to help you to find Upcoming 150cc Bikes in India. 2015 will be very exciting for Indian consumer as in India lots of big powerful bikes will be launching here along with them new fuel efficient, daily usage bikes will also be launching with the engine capacity starting from 100cc to 150cc.
last updated on 04-02-2017
Here is the list of Bike coming in India.
The new Sports version Hero Extreme is been recently seen in many bike shows but its launch dates are yet to be confirmed by the company but we can expect that it will be seen soon this year. The bike is powered by a 149.2 cc Honda engine that produces 15.2 bhp of power and 13.5 Nm of torque, mated to a five-speed gearbox. It is priced at Rs 75,725.
One of the darling bikes from Bajaj, Pulsar 150 will be coming with its naked version 150NS. The bike will be launched in mid 2015 with an approximate price of Rs 70 thousand according to soe rumors floating the bike will come with 149.5cc single-cylinder motor which produces 17 PS of power at 9,000 rpm and 13 Nm of torque at 7,500 rpm, and is mated to a five speed gearbox. This is great news for buyers interested in the Pulsar 150, as the new version gets 1.9 bhp of power boost and .5 Nm higher torque compared to the current version.
Yamaha is looking to launch an upgrade version of their flagship bike in India R15 soon this year. The will have a 150cc fuel injection system and a remapped ECU, which would lead to 18PS of max power (up by 1PS). The torque figure, at 15 Nm. The expected price of the bike will be around 1 lakh and will be available for the general public from may 2015.
Suzuki launched its Gixxer motorcycle in India in 2014 and again in this year they will be relaunching the bike with some minor tweaks on looks and in the engine side of the bike . It will be launched in the month of April. The new Gixxer will come with 154.9 cc single-cylinder engine seen on the naked Gixxer, engineers could retune this engine to account for the additional weight of the fairing. For reference, the naked Gixxer weighs 135 kg. The Gixxer is good for 14.8 PS at 8,000 rpm and 14 Nm of torque at 6,000 rpm, and comes matched to a 5-speed transmission.
India Yamaha Motor has launched the YZF-R15 S at Rs 1.14 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi). This variant will be sold alongside the YZF-R15 V 2.0, which has been on sale since the last four years. The major difference between these two full-faired motorcycles is the seat. While the R15 V 2.0 had very well cushioned split seats, it was next to impossible for a pillion rider to sit on the bike for longer duration. The pillion rider sits higher than the rider and to make things worse, the integrated grab rail is not very user friendly. The Japanese manufacturer says the reason behind the launch of the R15 S is customer feedback. Lot of customers complained about the rear seat, which wasn’t very comfortable. The single seat, which was first seen on the original YZF-R15 will do the job on this new version. Other than this, the R15 S will be available with new colour schemes. Mechanically, there are no changes. The bike will continue to be powered by the same 150cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. This mill produces 16bhp at 8500rpm and peak torque of 15Nm at 7500rpm.
Bajaj V – Bajaj's next launch for India is 'V' in 150 cc. Bajaj has released an official teaser video of 'V'150 on its official website. Bajaj V is a 150cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine is expected to power the V, churning out around 14.3bhp and develop 12.75Nm of torque with a 5-speed gearbox. The new V 3D emblem on the fuel tank seated with pride. Doing a quick reminder on India's first aircraft carrier, the INS Vikrant started life as the HMS Hercules in 1943 for the British Royal Navy commissioned during World War II. Having played important roles in the 1961 Goa liberation as well as the Indo-Pak war of 1971, the aircraft carrier was eventually decommissioned in 1997 and was preserved as a museum from thereon.
Mahindra recently launched the Arro, a commuter bike in Uganda, South Africa. It is expected to be launched in India by the end of 2015 or by early 2016. Let's take a closer look at its specifications. Mahindra’s two wheelers are a relatively new entry to the segment but they have carved a little niche for themselves in the market through products with unique features. Arro will join the Centuro and Pantero and will be Mahindra’s most affordable motorcycle in the lineup, powered by the same 106.7 cc engine making about 8 bhp and similar torque figures.
On road off road bikes have a base in our market but so far we haven’t seen anything significant launched in this segment except for the Impulse, which Hero hasn’t updated for over three years, despite owners clamoring for a more powerful engine. Honda will soon launch the NXR 160, offering existing Impulse owners a choice and also attract new buyers to this appealing and practical segment. Powered by the same engine as the Hornet, but tuned for more torque to help it out through the rougher situations, the 162cc single cylinder engine should provide ample power for drive-ability in the city too. 180 mm telescopic front forks and 150.3 mm mono-shock rear suspension coupled to a clearance of 247 mm should help you explore the off beaten track without any damage to the bike. Rear disc brake will also be available as an option. It will be an interesting option out of the many upcoming bikes.
Hero Motocorp has unveiled its newest offering in the Splendor iSmart series. The newest splendor boasts of a more powerful engine and an aesthetic design. The Splendor iSmart 110 is Hero's first, fully developed in-house production. The launch of the new Splendor is Hero's first step in their disassociation from Honda.The Splendor iSmart 110 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke 110cc engine. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox. n the promos shown today for the Hero Splendor iSmart 110, it was mentioned that you need to “fill it, shut it and forget it.”
Unicorn is the best seller of Honda in the 150cc segment of bikes in India. This bike has direct competition with others like Bajaj Pulsar 150, Yamaha FZ and its cousins Hero Xtreme and Hunk. Introduced in 2005, the Unicorn still has a dedicated fan following with owners and riders swearing on its perfect balance of ride comfort, handling and performance. The bike is butter smooth when cruising with very few vibrations and has a refined engine that you might miss being on at idle. Updated iterations of the Unicorn, didn’t enjoy the same love as the original had and this finally prompted Honda to re introduce it. Unicorn 150 will have no changes to it and will be powered by the time tested 149.1cc single cylinder motor outputting about 13 hp and 12 Nm of power and torque respectively. The mono shock rear setup (one of the first to be introduced on a bike in India) and the five speed gearbox are also a carry over.
Benelli has done its best to make a significant place in the Indian motorcycle market and company’s all bikes are a proof that it will surely make the consumer once think of it before going for any section in the automobile market. The latest revealed model is TNT 15, which was shown in Indonesia on 6th June, 2015. The bike is a mass market oriented bike, with the iconic Benelli styling and a low powered engine for developing markets like India. It will come by the end of this year or by early 2017.
CT 100 was discontinued by Bajaj in 2006 but in 2015 they are relaunching the bike with some minor changes in its outlook and engine as it has got new graphics and new exhaust pipe. The bike will also come with a alloy variant. The CT 100 is powered by a single-cylinder, four-stroke 99.27 cc engine capable of 8.2 hp and 8.05 Nm of torque, matched to a 4-speed gearbox.It is priced around 38 thousand .