Five best looking bikes at the Auto Expo

  • Hindustan Times, Greater Noida
  • Updated: Feb 07, 2014 17:57 IST

You are wearing a leather jacket, sunglasses, a smart helmet and are cruising down a highway on a bike. If that's your fantasy, we have bikes to recommend. Here are the five best looking bikes at the India Auto Expo in Greater Noida.



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Harley-Davidson Street 750


Harley Davidson’s Street 750 is the company’s first new launch in the category in 14 years. Harley had approached 3,000 bikers in 10 countries including some 600 from India — mainly Delhi and Mumbai — for inputs while designing the bike.

Harley-Davidson India launches the much awaited Street 750 at the 12th Indian Auto Expo in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Burhaan Kinu)

Triumph Daytona 675


Iconic British bike maker Triumph on Thursday expanded its product portfolio in India with the launch of 'Daytona 675' having a price tag of Rs. 10.15 lakh at the Auto Expo. The new bike is expected to give Triumph a competitive edge within the super sports segment of the market.

Triumph Motorcycles launch the Daytona 675 during the 12th Indian Auto Expo in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Burhaan Kinu)

Pulsar SS400


Bajaj unveiled its much awaited high-end bike Pulsar SS 400 at the Auto Expo. Sporting a six speed transmission, the bikes will be powered by a 375cc liquid-cooled engine with fuel injection.

Bajaj unveiled its bike SS 400 at the 12th Indian Auto Expo in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Vivek Sinha)

Honda CBR 650F


Honda announced a new sports bike CBR 650F at the Auto Expo. The CBR 650F will be assembled in India and powered by an all-new 650cc four-cylinder engine. The engine will come with a six-speed gearbox.

Honda CBR 650F, launched at the 12th Indian Auto Expo in Greater Noida, will be priced at around Rs 7 lakh. (HT Photo/Vivek Sinha)

Hyosung Aquila 250


DSK Hyosung launched the Aquila 250 at the Auto Expo. With its low price and good looks, the Aquila 250 is expected to rope in the younger consumers.

DSK Hyosung unveils the Aquila 250 during the 12th Indian Auto Expo, in Greater Noida. (HT Photo/Burhaan Kinu)
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