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      SuperBikes availability in India and their prices

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      This post is a place holder for Superbikes that are available in India and what could be thier OTR Price

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      Up until a year ago, most SBKs in India used to be imported as CKDs and the mechs here would "assemble" them part by part and register them as older bikes. The papers were never "legal" and the DRI seem to be having a field day winding up these illegal imports that skipped on customs and duties for the last couple of years. Importing SBKs was a big scam.

      So if you are buying a SBK, make sure all the documentation are legal.

      The Suzuki Hayabusa will cost you 12,61,111 Ex-showroom in Bangalore.
      Yamaha R1 is around 12L OTR.
      Honda CBR1000RR is around 15L in Bangalore OTR.
      Honda CBR1000R is around 12L in Bangalore OTR.

      The good thing with the showrooms now importing these bikes is, the bikes are legal, you even get loan on buying these bikes.
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      Quote Originally Posted by [url=http://gearheads.in/post27586.html#p27586
      mclaren1885 » Sat May 01, 2010 1:18 am[/url]]Up until a year ago, most SBKs in India used to be imported as CKDs and the mechs here would "assemble" them part by part and register them as older bikes. The papers were never "legal" and the DRI seem to be having a field day winding up these illegal imports that skipped on customs and duties for the last couple of years. Importing SBKs was a big scam.

      So if you are buying a SBK, make sure all the documentation are legal.

      The Suzuki Hayabusa will cost you 12,61,111 Ex-showroom in Bangalore.
      Yamaha R1 is around 12L OTR.
      Honda CBR1000RR is around 15L in Bangalore OTR.
      Honda CBR1000R is around 12L in Bangalore OTR.

      The good thing with the showrooms now importing these bikes is, the bikes are legal, you even get loan on buying these bikes.
      all those assembled bikes have all gone into hiding now or have been sold to some small towns.
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      They have a showroom only in Bombay and Delhi i think. Anyways, they're now officially available in India.

      Hyper Mortard
      HM1100 - Rs13,88,568
      HM1100 S - Rs16,50,203

      Monster
      M696+ - Rs9,66,084
      M1100 - Rs13,58,378
      M1100 S - Rs15,89,826

      Fighter
      Fighter - Rs18,07,185
      Fighter S - Rs23,10,330

      Super Bikes
      848 - Rs15,33,383
      1198 - Rs19,82,279
      1198 S - Rs23,64,669
      1098 - Rs23,57,955
      1098 R - Rs39,94,860
      1098 R TB - Rs43,36,999

      Sport Classic
      Sport 1000 S - Rs14,72,291
      GT1000 - Rs12,50,303
      GT1000 Bicolore - Rs13,13,297
      GT1000 Touring - Rs13,28,593
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      [quote=[url=http://gearheads.in/post27591.html#p27591]avinash » Sat May 01, 2010 3:31 am[/url]]
      Quote Originally Posted by "[url=http://gearheads.in/post27586.html#p27586
      mclaren1885 » Sat May 01, 2010 1:18 am[/url]":1j90yp7j]Up until a year ago, most SBKs in India used to be imported as CKDs and the mechs here would "assemble" them part by part and register them as older bikes. The papers were never "legal" and the DRI seem to be having a field day winding up these illegal imports that skipped on customs and duties for the last couple of years. Importing SBKs was a big scam.
      all those assembled bikes have all gone into hiding now or have been sold to some small towns.[/quote:1j90yp7j]
      .... like Goa. You'll find a lot of KA, MH & TN registered superbikes in Goa. So you know where they have come from. There are even some of these bikes still running on plates from their country of origin.
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