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Discounts on expensive motorcycles – Kawasaki, Ducati, BMW, Indian

The Supreme Court of India has extended the BS4-sale deadline by 10 days post lockdown

COVID-19 pandemic in India has caused a lockdown period which is expected to end on 17th May. Post this, dealerships with leftover BS4 models can sell the vehicles for 10 days but on a conditional basis. The Supreme Court of India reached this decision after FADA (Federation of Automobile Dealers Association) and (SIAM) Society of Automobile Manufacturers made an appeal.

In view of this short period to clear out stocks, motorcycle dealerships across the country are selling off pending BS4 stocks of their high-capacity motorcycles at hefty discounts. These discounts could vary depending on the respective dealership but one might be able to find a good deal in most cases.

Kawasaki Ninja 1000: Rs 1.3 lakh (from Rs 10.29 lakh)

The Kawasaki Ninja 1000 is a popular sports tourer. It is powered by a 1,043cc, inline-four engine offering 138bhp at 10,000rpm and 111Nm at 7,300rpm.

BMW F 750 GS: Rs 4 lakh (from Rs 13.50 lakh)

The touring-oriented BMW F 750 GS middleweight motorcycle is offered in three variants: Standard, Pro and Pro Low Suspension. It comes powered by an 853cc parallel-twin engine making 76bhp at 7,500rpm and 83Nm at 6,500rpm.

BMW F 850 GS Adventure: Rs 4 lakh (from Rs 16.30 lakh)

In India, BMW Motorrad’s F 850 GS comes only in one format – Pro with the Style Rallye package. It gets adventure-oriented features such as a large fuel tank, crash protection guards, gear levers and an adjustable windscreen. The 853cc inline, parallel-twin engine also powers the BMW F 750 GS but offers an output of 94bhp at 8,250rpm and 86Nm torque at 6,250rpm.

Ducati Multistrada 1260 Enduro: Rs 2.5 lakh (from Rs.19.99 lakh)

The high-end adventure motorcycle is powered by a 1,262 cc Ducati Testastretta DVT (Desmodromic Variable Timing) L-Twin power plant. It is capable of churning out 158bhp at 9500rpm and 128Nm at 7500rpm.

Ducati 959 Panigale: Rs 2.5 lakh (from Rs 15.30 lakh)

Ducati is apparently working on the successor of the L-Twin (or V2) 959 Panigale. The motorcycle is powered by a 955cc engine offering 154bhp at 10,500rpm and 102Nm of torque at 9,000rpm.

Indian Scout, Chief Darkhorse and FTR 1200: Rs 1.5 lakh

The Indian Scout is powered by a 1131cc engine that generates 98.7bhp at 8,100rpm and 97.7Nm at 5,900rpm. The Chief Darkhorse cruiser’s air-cooled, 49-degree, V twin is rated at 73bhp and 139Nm at 5,075rpm and 2,600rpm, respectively. The Indian FTR 1200 gets a 1,203cc V-Twin capable of 120bhp at 8,250rpm and 115Nm at 6,000rpm.

MV Agusta F3 800 RC: Rs 6.5 lakh (from Rs 21.99 lakh)

With only six units allotted to India and currently just one in stock, this exclusive superbike is offered at a hefty discount. Its 798cc inline-3 engine makes 148bhp at 13,000rpm and 88Nm at 10,600rpm.

MV Agusta Turismo Veloce 800: Rs 6.5 lakh (from Rs 18.99 lakh)

The adventure tourer also comes with a 798cc three-cylinder engine. However, the tuning is different and it makes 110bhp at 10,150rpm and 80Nm at 7,100rpm.

SWM Superdual T: Rs 2 lakh (from Rs 6.5 lakh)

The SWM Superdual T is an exclusive adventure motorcycle. It is powered by a 600cc ‘single-cylinder’ engine that produces 54.4bhp at 7,500rpm and 55Nm at 6,250rpm.

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