Publish On 21/04/23, By Adminsahil
India's growing market for entry-level supersports is obsessed with the killer looks, sharp handling, and power-packed performance they offer.
Yamaha R15 has ruled the market for 14 years, but it's time to explore new options. Here are the top five sub-500cc supersports bikes that India deserves.
The Honda CBR150R is the perfect rival to the Yamaha R15, with a 149cc liquid-cooled engine that offers a perfect balance between thrilling performance and everyday usability.
The Aprilia GPR250 is perfect for India, with its 250cc liquid-cooled engine that offers 27.87PS and 21.5Nm, making it an ideal bike for beginners to hone their skills on.
The Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4RR is the modern embodiment of a wild idea from the 1990s, offering an inline-four 400cc screamer that could give bigger supersports a run for their money.
The Aprilia RS125 with its 15PS and 11.2Nm on tap, packs a twin-spar aluminium frame, beefy swingarm, disc brakes (with dual-channel ABS), and a fully digital console (with Bluetooth connectivity).
The Honda CB300R's 286cc liquid-cooled engine is tractable enough to take on city duties while being a lot of fun when you want it to be.
Putting the same package in a beautiful supersport cladding sounds like a win-win situation to us, making it the perfect rival to the TVS Apache RR 310 and the BMW G 310 RR.
Each bike on this list offers a perfect blend of thrilling performance and everyday usability, whether you're a beginner or an experienced rider.
Get ready to experience the thrill of riding these drool-worthy supersports bikes on Indian roads and take on the challenge of exploring new options.