Honda launched their flagship touring motorcycle, the Goldwing at Rs 26.85 lakhs. Give or take Rs 1 lakh and you could opt for a streetfighter, a supersports or a cruiser. Here is what you could buy at the price of the Honda Goldwing-
On offer is the most powerful bike in Ducati's streetfighter range, the Monster 1200 S. It is powered by a 1198cc Testastretta L-Twin cylinder that produces 145bhp and 125Nm of torque through a six-speed transmission. The bike is based on a new platform and sports modern tech but retains the raw 'Monster' design language. The carbon fibre fenders, machined rims and the ‘S’ branding set the Monster 1200 S apart from the standard bike. The Ducati Monster 1200 S will set you back by Rs 28.21 lakhs.
You could consider the MV Agusta F4 if you are awed by fully-faired racing motorcycles. The manufacturer's flagship motorcycle is also the most technologically advanced in the line-up.The electronics package includes an eight-level traction control, torque control with four maps, anti-wheelie function, lean angle sensor and a torque shift system. The ABS system gets a Race Mode and RLM (Rear wheel Lift-up Mitigation). It is powered by a 998cc inline four-cylinder engine, which delivers 192bhp and 111Nm of torque through a six-speed gearbox. The bike retails at a price of Rs 27.71 lakhs.
The last bike in this grid is the Moto Guzzi MGX-21. The cruiser looks as radical as its name sounds. The 21-inch front wheel, aerodynamic headlight fairing and sweeping tail is accentuated by the black paint and red highlights. It also gets a carbon fibre fuel tank, fenders and radiator cowl. At the heart of the bike is a 1400cc transversely-mounted V-twin engine, delivering 96bhp and 121Nm of torque through a six-speed gearbox. You could get your hands on the Moto Guzzi MGX-21 at a price of Rs 29 lakhs
All prices ex-showroom Delhi.