Top 10 Best Motorcycle Brands with Price in the World 2018
Lots of today’s Motorcycle riders are realizing the significance of comfort and ease that comes with Motorcycle/bikes, thanks to their tidier dimensions and tinier engines. Below you will find details of top 10 best Motorcycle brands with price in the world 2017.
10. 2017 Yamaha SCR 950 ($8,700)
There is no denying the fact that some individuals have a weakness for bikes that are Retro-styled.
This latest offering from Yamaha is exactly that. Just one look at the Yamaha SCR 950 and you will get to feel the sweet vintage lace wheels.
The SCR gives you an impression of someone who has come out of 70s Steve McQueen’s garage. This new scrambler-style machine is based on the Yamaha Bolt cruiser with a much taller suspension alongside handlebars, giving you a more comfortable riding position.
- Classic style
- Estimated 51 mpg
- Easy riding personality
9. 2017 Suzuki Vanvan 200 ($4,600)
The original Vanvan is making its presence felt from the 70s. But with Suzuki Vanvan, you are going to get a feel of 70s in a much better way. Despite all the features it has added on, price is not too high. However, when it comes to power, you may feel a bit disappointed. It has a 199cc single cylinde. But because of the fact that it weighs just 282 pounds, it is quite nimble and fun to ride.
Company has put plenty of emphasis on your comfort with upright controls and wide seat.
If you are looking for a bike experience without spending too much, you would surely like the look of Suzuki Vanvan 200.
The skinny fuel tank of the bike ensure that the proportions of it remains tidy.
- 199cc single cylinder
- Weighs just 282 pounds
8. 2017 Triumph Street Cup ($10,500)
Triumph is one of the most sought after bike brands and is renowned for its classic style.
Although, these bikes are quite costly in nature but if you are looking for a classic bike experience, it is worth it. In 2015, Triumph completely redesigned the Bonneville lineup with power outputs and array of engine sizes.
The new Street Cup includes all the modifications that are being done by the company. It employs the mildly-tuned 900cc version of the twin engine with a much better exhaust system. With the design of the Street Cup, company wanted to recreate the magic of a classic café racer. And they have succeeded in that.
- Low handle bars
- Small flyscree
- Unique suspension
7. 2017 Honda CBR500R ($6,500)
It is one of the middleweight sportbike of Honda. The best part about CBR500R is that not only it is tremendous for first time riders but also seasoned enthusiasts that are happy with its low price, solid handling and the nimble size.
The 471cc parallel twin is quite torquey and smooth, so you do not need to worry about the suspension. It is comfortable to say the least.
The CBR500R benefited from few important modifications last year consisting of new styling and a revised suspension. Simply put, it looks much better.
- Nimble size
- Solid handling
6. 2017 Kawasaki Z125 Pro ($3,000)
Honda was the talk of the town with its Grom minibike in 2014. It was immediately a blockbuster success. The bike was highly successful and that is where Kawasaki also plunged into 125cc single-cylinder pie. The new Z125 Pro is quite light and compact (225 lbs.) Even better, it is less than the price of Honda.
The 31.7-inch seat height means it is tailor made for every individual. It comes under the category of an ‘aggressive’ bike with a sport-style suspension.
- Ultra compact and light
- Sport style suspension
5. 2017 Victory Octane ($10,000)
To start with, keep in mind that Victory bikes are not cheap. One of the most important things about this brand is that they are quite comfortable and in the meantime equipped with all the latest mechanical advancement.
In terms of features, it has the 1200 liquid-cooled V-Twin, delivering 104 hp and 76 lb-ft of torque. To give you a more sportier feel, the suspension has been calibrated.
Because of the fact that it weighs over 100 pounds less than Victory’s own Vegas, this bike is quite rewarding to ride.
- Muscled up street fighter
- Mechanical makeup
- Calibration of the suspension
4. Ducati SuperSport ($13,000)
Latest bikes have power, sharp handling and technology to seamlessly make the transition lot easier. But the comfort factor is somewhat missing. Taking cue from this, Ducati has created a sportbike that is not only advanced in terms of technology but also comfortable all the way.
It has 937cc liquid-cooled L-Twin that puts down 113 hp way up at 9,000 rpm.
- High performance suspension
3. 2017 Moto Guzzi V7 Stone II ($9,000)
Guzzi upgraded the V7 in 2015 to give you lot more chill and thrill in your ride. The new version has half-inch lower seat and an engine pushed forward in the chassis.
Its a new 750 cc, air-cooled V-Twin linked to a six-speed transmission to take the place of five.
- Traction control
2. 2017 Harley-Davidson Road Glide ($19,000)
The Harley-Davison Road Glide is costly without making too much fuss. But with the kind of features it offers, its not a bad deal, especially if you feel you are a bike rider with a difference.
It has all-new 107 cubic-inch (1753cc) Milwaukie Eight V-Twin. You do not find Harley making modifications in engines but they have to tackle noise regulations and stricter emissions. Harley has already announced in media that the new bike gives more torque (10 percent) due to the four valve heads and a bump in compression.
- Bump in compression
- Reduced vibration
- Redesigned the suspension
1. 2017 BMW G310R ($5,500)
BMW are not cheap bikes but when it comes to new G 310 R, you would like to think it is affordable. It features a 313cc liquid-cooled single cylinder, cranking out 34 hp up at 9,500 rpm.
And its huge especially when you take into account that bike weighs just 350 pounds. But the best part about this bike is the high-level of craftsmanship with which it has been developed. You cannot call it a budget bike.
- ABS standard
- Classic styling
- Liquid-cooled single cylinder