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Norton Motorcycles is a British marque based out of Donington Park in the United Kingdom. It was originally from Birmingham. It is almost as old as Royal Enfield, and started in a similar fashion: it was a parts manufacturer for two-wheelers when it came into existence in 1898, and started assembling motorcycles with crate engines in 1902. 1908 was the year in which Norton had its own engine powering its products. Norton became a very successful manufacturer leading up to World War 2, and had good sales even during the 1950s recession even though it wasn’t the biggest of the British marques during that period. Norton has a few iconic models in its history – the Atlas, Dominator and Commando are the most well-known ones. They were all typical British parallel twin motorcycles that follow the kind of styling that India associates Royal Enfield with. The last change of ownership came in 2008, when UK businessman Stuart Garner bought the rights to Norton. Since then it has revived the Commando marque and also has a V4 superbike whose deliveries have begun. Norton has had a long, successful link with motorcycle racing and aims to leverage that once again by signing Isle of Man TT legend (and 23 time winner) John McGuiness to the Norton factory racing team for the 2018 edition of the event. Norton has launched in the Indian market with the Commando and Dominator. It is an extremely niche brand, and commands a large premium over equivalent products.
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Due to the unavailability of BS6-compliant vehicles from Norton in the Indian market, there are fewer or no models available for display here. We will update this space once the manufacturer starts to update its India portfolio with BS6 vehicles.

Norton Bikes News

  • Norton V4-SS recalled over severe safety issues
    Norton V4-SS recalled over severe safety issues
    20 May 2021
    Bhavin Umre

    Norton Motorcycles UK Limited (NMUL) has recalled its V4-SS over severe safety issues. The British brand has identified defects and safety issues on the V4-SS bikes sold in 2019 and early 2020. The liquidator of the company, Binder Dijker Otte (BDO) has sent a letter to the...

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  • Updated Norton V4SS to be launched soon
    Updated Norton V4SS to be launched soon
    14 May 2021
    Suvil Susvirkar

    In the press announcement, the two-wheeler brand confirmed that the updated Norton V4SS will be launched very soon. The motorcycle will be available in limited numbers, and Norton will only produce 200 units of the V4 SS.

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Discontinued Norton models: -
Discontinued Norton models: - Norton Dominator Norton Commando 961