Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India 2021-22 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

Akash Vashisth
Akash Vashisth
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With the disposable income among the young Indian rising, the sales of expensive motorcycles are also increasing year by year. People are opening up on spending their money of premium bikes for their riding needs that includes long distance touring, adventure riding as well as city riding. Also, many companies are bringing up many middle-weight bikes in the Indian market to provide more options to the potential buyers. Here we brought you top 10 middle weight bikes in India in 2021-22.

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Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes price list in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650₹ 2,98,079
Triumph Street Triple R₹ 9,15,000
Kawasaki Z650RS₹ 6,65,000
Triumph Trident 660₹ 6,95,000
Kawasaki Ninja 650₹ 6,61,000
Honda CBR 650R₹ 8,89,363
Kawasaki Z650₹ 6,24,000
Triumph Street Twin₹ 8,25,000
Ducati Scrambler Icon₹ 7,99,000
Benelli Leoncino 500₹ 4,84,900

In this post, we have listed the top 10 best middle-weight motorcycles among many premium machines on sale in India. The ranking has been given according to the appeal a bike has among the masses, the performance, styling, value the bike offers as well as the customer reach which is due to the pricing of the machine. So, which middle-weight bikes made their way into this top 10 list? Let’s find out.

You will find a total of ten premium bikes in this list and these are – Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, Triumph Street Triple R, Kawasaki Z650RS, Triumph Trident 660, Kawasaki Ninja 650, Honda CBR 650R, Kawasaki Z650, Triumph Street Twin, Ducati Scrambler Icon and Benelli Leoncino 500. All these performance machines are arranged according to the performance, road presence, visual appeal, brand value, the value for money proposition and many other things which will be explained in the blog.

This list of top 10 bikes is charted out with internal valuation of the engine performance, the design, popularity among the riders and the way the bike offers best to the riders. Let’s get started with the first motorcycle in this list.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650

Premium motorcycles are packed with powerful engines and the top rank on this list is occupied by the most affordable middle-weight motorcycle, the Royal Enfield Continental GT 650. It is powered by a powerful 650cc engine that provides performance to a level of other middle-weight motorcycles.

There are many reasons of Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 to be on the top spot and the first and foremost reason is the ultra-low price tag. The price is so low that you can get yourself two Continental GT 650 when considering other expensive bikes available on this list.

Royal Enfield Continental 650 carries a price tag of Rs 2,98,079 ex-showroom, New Delhi for the base variant that is available with one single colour shade – Rocker Red. The dual tone paint scheme costs Rs 3,06,368 and it offers Ventura Storm, Dux Deluxe and British Racing Green colour options and finally the Mr Clean full Chrome paint job demands Rs 3.20 lakh. All these prices are ex-showroom New Delhi.

Speaking about the looks, the Continental GT 650 is a classic looking café racer motorcycle and if features retro elements including spoke wheels and round headlight. The fuel tank is stretched with proper knee recess for the rider to hold on to. Its riding posture is sporty because of lower-set clip-on handlebars and the seat is long and spacious for the rider. However, despite having lower-set handlebars, the forward leaning angle is not that steep and can be manages by most riders out there. It is more of a sports touring level of ergonomics.

Coming to the major plus point of the Continental GT 650, its engine. The prime mover on the GT 650 is a twin-cylinder, 648cc, air and oil cooled, fuel-injected, 8-valve, four-stroke engine. This powerplant cranks out 47 bhp of max power at 7250 rpm and 52 Nm twisting force at 5250 rpm. It gets a 6-speed gearbox which is patched up with the motor via a slipper slutch. This gearbox is designed to offer good rideability on the city roads and highways.

It is s heavy motorcycle at 198 kg but lighter than the Interceptor. All that 52 Nm of torque pushes the bike to 100 kmph from 0 in under 7 seconds which is a great performance when looking at the price. The top speed is 160 kmph and for cruising, 100 to 120 kmph is the sweetest spot for long distance touring.

On the economy front, the Continental GT 650 delivers around 25 kmpl on the highways at a constant speed and the mileage in the city limits drops to around 22 kmpl. The fuel tank is small and manages to hold only 12.5 litres of fuel. This allows anyone to clock a range of around 260 to 280 km from a single tankful.

Coming to the features department, the Royal Enfield Continental GT continues to flaunt its classic elements with the presence of a two-pod meter console with classic analogue speedometer and tachometer. A small LCD screen provides info related to distance covered, trip meters, fuel gauge and so on. In the latest iteration, it was expected the Royal Enfield might introduce tripper navigation system for getting turn-by-turn navigation for touring.

The headlight, tail-light, turn indicators are all halogen bulbs to keep the cost in check of to simply make the bikes look classy and original. No options for alloy wheels are present on the GT 650 which is kind of missing for someone looking to get modern feel on their bikes. However, a range of accessories and functional equipment are available to purchase through the company that would enhance the appeal and rider convenience.

In terms of suspension, the Continental GT 650 gets telescopic forks on the front wheel and twin spring-loaded shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers on the rear swing-arm. This setup is tuned towards a bit of stiffness but manages to provide fairly comfortable ride on the bad patches of roads especially due to the high kerb weight. But when it comes to the highway manners, the bike is pretty stable and feels rock-solid around the corners enough for inspiring confidence I the rider.

To bring GT 650 to a surefooted halt, a 300 mm front disc brake and 240 mm disc brake on the rear wheel does their job well. You get a dual-channel ABS for preventing the wheels from locking up under hard braking.

Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is a great machine for the people who want a capable and powerful middle weight motorcycle. The young riders who want to own a powerful and value-for-money bike at a fraction of cost.

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ModelRoyal Enfield Continental GT 650
Engine648 cc
CoolingOil-Cooled
Power47 bhp @ 7,250 rpm
Torque52 Nm @ 5,250 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre100/90- 18"M/C56H
Rear Tyre130/70- 18"M/C63H
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight198 kg
Fuel Tank13.7 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,98,079

Triumph Street Triple R

Triumph Street Triple R holds the second rank thanks to its performance and character. It is not a cheap bike that can do wonders but a racing machine for the uninitiated with powerful engine and precision ride and handling. Even if you are just a regular road rider, you can easily touch your knees down around the corners on a Street Triple R, it is that ease to ride but same cannot be said about mastering the bike.

This naked sports bike is priced at Rs 9.15 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi making it the most expensive middle weight premium bike on this list. Its performance is the main factor that brought it up on this list’s second position. If you want more from the Street Triple R, then you have to go for the Street Triple RS which is priced further north of Rs 11 lakh mark.

Triumph Street Triple R has minimalistic design language with exposed front end with sharp LED headlight units. The side has exposed frame and minimum body work. The fuel tank is sculpted for allowing rider to comfortable hold the bike while on the run.

Powering the Triumph Street Triple R is a marvellous 765cc, four-stroke, inline three-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 12-valve DOHC engine. This unit blast out 114.7 bhp of power at 12,000 rpm and max twisting force of 79 Nm at 9350 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is mated to the motor via a slip and assist clutch allowing for lighter clutch feel and aggressive down-shifting.

The Street Triple R sprints from 0 to 100 kmph in under 4 seconds and tops out at 220 kmph making it an extremely quick and unbeatably fast in this price range. Due to naked design the top speed is kind of limited.

On the mileage front, the bike returns around 15-17 km per litre on a normal day. The 17.4-litre fuel tank can allow you to cover about 280 km in a single tankful. However, if your spirits are high, the mileage will drop to around 10-12 kmpl.

On the dashboard of the Triumph Street Triple R, you get a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer. A premium LCD screen offers readouts of the speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel consumption readouts, distance to empty etc. Also, the setting of the bike can be altered from the meter console itself.

Triumph Street Triple R is equipped with 41 mm fully adjustable inverted separate function big piston forks connecting the front wheel and a fully adjustable monoshock unit with gas reservoir connected to the rear swing-arm. This suspension setup is tuned to deliver class-leading ride and handling characteristics. It is a stiffer setup that let you feel connected to the road and is stable around the corners and also keep accurately on its line of attack.

The braking system is comprised of dual 310 mm floating discs on the front wheel gripped by Brembo M4.32 4-piston radially mounted monobloc callipers. On the rear wheel, there is a 220 mm disc which is gripped by Brembo single-piston floating calliper. A dual-channel ABS and traction control system is present for safer rides and keeps the bike stable under different and non-controllable situations.

ModelTriumph Street Triple R
Engine765 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power114.7 bhp @ 12,000 rpm
Torque79 Nm @ 9,350 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70 ZR17
Rear Tyre180/55 ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight168 kg
Fuel Tank17.4 Ltr
Mileage17 kmpl
Top Speed220 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 9,15,000

Kawasaki Z650RS

On the third spot, we have the Kawasaki Z650RS which is a retro-modern motorcycle for the stable of Kawasaki. The Japanese company calls it a ‘Retroevolution’ because it features a classic design taken from the Z900RS motorcycle and features the modern engine and powertrain. The Retro elements on the bike are many, starting from the overall look to the dashboard, the riding posture, retro style paint, classic badge and spoke type alloy wheels.

The Z650RS has been priced at Rs 6.65 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and is more expensive than both the Z650 streetfighter and the Ninja 650. There is no direct rival of this bike apart from the Triumph Street Twin which is nearly 1.5 lakh more expensive than the RS and Interceptor 650 from Royal Enfield which priced less than half the price of Z650RS.

Starting with its design, the bike gets round LED headlight cluster with other lighting being LED units as well. The fuel tank is tear drop shaped and has the necessary classic element. The handlebars are raised bar-type unit which is high enough for riders to hold on to them without leaning forward. It gets flat and long seat with right amount of padding for comfortable riding in the city as well as on the highways. The saddle height stands at 800 mm which is good for medium height riders and the kerb weight of 192 is manageable for many. The weight is less than the popular Royal Enfield Classic 350.

The paint scheme on offer are Candy Emerald Green and Metallic Moonlight Grey. Both these colour options are done with great accuracy to provide the charm of retro bike. It features contrasting lines and classic Kawasaki chrome badge for highlight. There is right amount of chrome elements including the headlight bezel, meter console bezels, sides of the radiator and exhaust muffler. Since it is a premium bike, using spoke wheels might not to justice to the bike and hence the company plonked golden alloy wheels with spoke design that looks both retro and modern.

Speaking about the engine, Kawasaki Z650RS derives its power from the 649cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin, four-stroke, fuel-injected, 8-valve DOHC unit. This powerplant dishes out 67.31 bhp of max power at 8000 rpm and 64 Nm of twisting force at 6700 rpm. These numbers are great and are made at certain engine revs which looks like that of a retro bike.

The power is sent to the rear wheel via a 6-speed gearbox which is matched to the engine through a slipper clutch. Coming to the performance, the engine is exactly the same as seen on the Z650 and so is the performance. This retro bike hits from 0 to 100 kmph in 4.5 seconds with a top speed of over 200 kmph. If you want to cruise on this bike, then you can easily cruise between 100 to 120 kmph all day long.

Coming to the fuel efficiency, the Z650RS can deliver about 24 to 25 kmpl on the highways with city mileage being under the 20 kmpl mark. There is a small 12-litre fuel tank which would help in covering about 220- 240 km in a single tankful.

Let’s talk about the instrument cluster on the Z650RS. The modern-retro machine from Kawasaki comes with a twin-pod classic style instrument panel that is comprised of analogue speedometer, analogue tachometer and a reverse LCD screen for delivering information on many aspects of the bike such as gear position indicator, odometer, trip meters, trip computer, distance to empty, fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge and much more.

With regular telescopic forks up front and a monoshock suspension on the swing-arm, the bike offers a well-balanced ride. Kawasaki ensured that rider is no thrown from the saddle on bad patches of roads and continues to stay stable under every circumstances. The front wheel travel is 125 mm and rear wheel travel is 130 mm. The ground clearance is pegged at just 125 mm which is not good for Indian road conditions. This is further made difficult by a long 1405 mm wheelbase.

For stopping this bike from any speed, the company has plonked a pair of 300 mm rounded discs at the front wheel with classic looking 4-psiton callipers gripping them. On the rear wheel, there is a 220 mm disc brake unit manages the braking performance. There is a dual-channel ABS which works on to prevent any kind of wheel lock-up sunder hard braking.

ModelKawasaki Z650RS
Engine649 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power67.31 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17M/C
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17M/C
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight192 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage20 kmpl
Top Speed210 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 6,65,000

Triumph Trident 660

On the fourth position, we have this amazing roadster from the house of Triumph. The Triumph Trident 660. It is a segment shaker in terms of its pricing, features, performance and value. It is behind the Z650RS only because of its modern look whereas the Z650RS is a retro machine which will have more visual appeal and road presence.

Triumph Trident 660 is the most affordable triple-cylinder streetfighter motorcycle and comes with Triumph’s exotic performance and the character of triple cylinder engine. It is priced at Rs 6.95 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, making it just Rs 30,000 over the Z650RS nut brings a lot on the table in terms of performance and ride character. There is another colour variant on offer which will set you back by Rs 7.08 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. At this price, the nearest rival of the Trident is none other than the Kawasaki Z650 that carries a price tag of Rs 6.24 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Trident 660 comes with modern and aggressive streetfighter motorcycle design that allows a rider to have total control on the bike when ridden with enthusiasm. It gets exclusive paint schemes and feels more of a rounded package for a middle weight motorcycle.

Triumph Trident 660 draws its power from a four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 660cc, inline-triple cylinder, 12-valve DOHC engine. A multi-port sequential electronic fuel injection system feeds the engine and it churns out 80 bhp at 10,250 rpm and 64 Nm torque at 6250 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is paired with the engine via a slipper clutch. The company is also offering a bi-directional quick-shifter as an optional accessory for those who want to have test the bike up to its full potential.

Acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph takes only around 4.5 seconds and the top speed is 200 kmph. You might think why the top speed is less for an 80 bhp bike. The answer is that its gearbox has short gear ratios and also the final drive ratio is also short. This provides explosive acceleration but lower top speed and hence, this motorcycle is best used within city limits.

The Trident 660 can return mileage of 18 kmpl in mixed riding conditions but out on the highways, the mileage inches up to 20 to 21 kmpl. There is a 14-litre fuel tank fitted on the bike which can let you ride between 250 to 280 km in a single tankful.

As you settle on the seat, you will be greeted by a compact instrument cluster with two displays – part LCD and part TFT. The LCD screen is placed on the upper part which has speedometer, a bar-type tachometer, gear position indicator and fuel gauge. The TFT screen under the LCD unit shows info regarding odometer, trip meters, instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, a digital clock and more. There are two ride modes as well – Rain and Road. This provides better safety to the rider by providing different settings of the ABS for riding on wet and slippery surface.

Triumph Trident 660 is hung on Showa 41 mm USD separate function forks at the front and a monoshock unit sourced from Showa with preload adjustment on the swing-arm. This setup is tuned towards a stiffer side which clearly means that this bike has been developed to be ridden hard and around the corners without a second thought. The confidence inspiring handling and ride dynamics is what you are actually paying for and when you connect it with the triple-cylinder engine, you go on a different level. The ground clearance of 145 mm is more than the Kawasaki Z650RS but not high enough to prevent scrapping the underbelly from scrapping on high speed-breakers.

Braking duties are provided by two 330 mm floating discs fitted on the front wheel gripped by twin 2-piston callipers from Nissin and on the rear wheel, a 255 mm single floating disc manages the brakes with single-piston Nissin calliper. Further rider safety is ensured by a dual-channel ABS and a traction control system with multiple settings and can be switched off when not needed by the rider.

ModelTriumph Trident 660
Engine660 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power80 bhp @ 10,250 rpm
Torque64 Nm @ 6,250 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70R17
Rear Tyre180/55R17
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 255mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight189 kg
Fuel Tank14 Ltr
Mileage23 kmpl
Top Speed200 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 6,95,000

Kawasaki Ninja 650

Here we have the Kawasaki Ninja 650 which holds the fifth position and is a faired sports tourer motorcycle made to be used for long distance sports touring. It is one of the only two faired sports bike that managed to made their way into this list of best middle weight bikes. Kawasaki Ninja 650 has a name in the market because of its road presence and the name that is known even to young boys who don’t even know riding a motorcycle.

The Ninja 650 is nothing but the faired Z650 with different riding posture and aesthetics. Its engine, frame, exhaust system and tyres are all similar to the Z650. This bike is present here before the Z650 because of its road presence, the way it flaunts its design on the roads, powerful and reliable engine the comfortable and sporty riding posture it offers are all mark of a great sports tourer.

At present, the Kawasaki Ninja 650is priced at Rs 6.61 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and there is no direct rival of the bike from a well-known manufacturer in this price range.

Sports touring is made possible by the raised clip-on handlebars which are situated at the right position for the rider to hold on to them without leaning down too much to call for body aches on long distance rides. Speaking about the rider seat, it is large and spacious providing a large area for comfortable sitting. However, same cannot be said about the pillion seat because it is smaller in size and pillions on long tours won’t be in good comfort. This pillion seat is good for short city rides only.

The saddle is 790 mm high which is good for most riders, medium to tall, and some short riders might find difficult in the city speeds due to 196 kg kerb weight. At 130 mm, the ground clearance is quite low and might scrap the underbelly or exhaust system while riding over poorly made speed breaker. Since, this bike is made to cruise on the highways, you can manage it pretty well.

Moreover, the highway rides are made relaxing and tolerable due to the presence of front fairing and a tall windshield visor to protect the rider from high-speed wind-blasts. Also, the bike’s fairing keeps the bike stable in all speed range.

Kawasaki Ninja 650 is propelled by a parallel twin, 649cc, liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 8-valve DOHC engine. This mill is equipped with dual throttle bodies that provides greater throttle precision and helps in making 67.27 bhp of power at 8000 rpm and 64 Nm torque at 6700 rpm. A wet multi-plate clutch act as connection between the 6-speed gearbox which is designed to work as a proper transmission for this sports tourer.

The average mileage that you would get from it is around 23 to 24 kmpl and with a 15-litre fuel tank capacity, the tank range is expected to be around 320 to 340 km.

Speaking about the performance, the Ninja 650 charges from 0 to 100 kmph in about 4.5 seconds and goes up to a top speed of 212 kmph. The gearing on the bike is taller and specifically the 6th gear is good for cruising. Ninja’s aerodynamic design aids in achieving a good top speed along with all that power at hand. It is a comfortable touring machine which can be used for daily commuting as well because it is easy to ride bike. Maintaining 100 to 120 kmph on the Ninja 650 is not at all hard and bike feels relaxed cruising in this speed range.

On the dashboard, a new 4.3-inch TFT meter console is present on the bike with Bluetooth connectivity support. With full-colour user interface, the console provides all readouts including speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meters, fuel calculators, gear position indicator and distance to empty. Rider can connect their smartphone via a Kawasaki Rideology app and get access to various connected features like ride logs, trip history and more. No GPS navigation is present on this meter which is a bit let down.

The suspension system is comprised on telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock suspension takes care of the rear part of the bike. It gets 125 mm front wheel travel and 130 mm rear monoshock travel. These are great suspension for the Indian roads as they soak up the bumps and undulations with ease and do not send jolts to the rider. There is enough stiffness in the suspension keeping the bike glued to the road at highway speeds.

Braking power comes from twin 300 mm disc brake units on the front wheel and single 220 mm disc brake on the rear wheel. This setup offers strong brake force that shed the speed quickly and bring down the Ninja 650 to a safe halt. Accidental wheel lock-ups is handled by dual channel ABS. At this price and segment, there is no traction control system to enhance the safety factor of the bike.

Kawasaki Ninja 650 is a perfect choice are those who are looking to upgrade from 250 to 300 cc motorcycles. It offers a premium and sporty appeal and is easy to take on the highways with its comfort and worthy features.

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ModelKawasaki Ninja 650
Engine649 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power66.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17M/C
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17M/C
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight196 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage20 kmpl
Top Speed212 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 6,61,000

Honda CBR 650R

After the Ninja 650, we have on the sixth position, the mighty 4-cylinder sports bike from Honda, the CBR 650R. It is a fully-faired sports bike from the house of Honda that makes this middle-weight segment a bit interesting. Apart from the Ninja 650R, the CBR 650R is the only faired bike you can have in the middle-weight segment.

Honda CBR 650R is not a full-fledged middle-weight superbike rather, it is a blend of sports bike and a sports tourer machine. The price tag of this sporty Honda is 8.88 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which caused it to slid behind the Ninja 650R. On one end where Ninja 650R is a popular bike thanks to its pricing and appeal, the CBR 650R fails to cause any stir in this premium motorcycle segment because it is priced too high to offer any excitement whatsoever. However, at this price, there is no other 4-cylinder sports bike available from any other manufacturer as of now.

Since it is a Honda, you can be pretty sure that CBR 650R won’t be too difficult to ride, it is pretty easy to become friends with and ride without any fuss. It is a bike to be sued for sports racing as well as hyper touring.

Powering the Honda CBR 650R is a four-stroke, 648.72cc, inline four-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 16-valve DOHC engine. This powerplant belts out 85.8 bhp of maximum power at 12,000 rpm and 57.5 Nm torque at 8500 rpm. All this power is handled by a 6-speed gearbox that is mated to the motor via a slipper clutch.

0 to 100 kmph acceleration is achieved in just 4 seconds the engine has enough grunt to hit a top speed of 220 kmph. It is a great machine to tackle the race circuits, explore the area around the town and if possible, the CBR can let you explore the unknown for it is a premium sporty and aggressive touring machine.

On the fuel economy front, the CBR 650R can return about 20 kmpl mileage in mixed riding conditions and up to 22 kmpl is possible on the open roads only if ridden with very light wrist. It gets a 15.4-litre fuel tank and with average mileage of 20 kmpl, you can clock up to 300 km in a single tankful.

The instrument cluster is packed with a fully-digital reverse LCD unit offering all the info that is important on a bike. It provides digital readouts related to speed, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, instant and average fuel consumption and much more. No TFT meter console and Bluetooth connectivity which should have come up at this price range. Coming on the features, the bike gets full LED headlight, tail-light and LED turn indicators which good premium and appealing.

Honda CBR 650R is built on a perimeter frame that inherently provides best-in-class riding dynamics due to higher rigidity. This bike is capable of going around any corner with confidence because of aggressive riding posture and stiffer suspension setup. At the front wheel, you get to see a golden-brown shaded USD forks and linked-type rear monoshock unit. Both of these units are stiff and provides good ride and dynamics. The bike rides on wide 120/70 tyre at the front and 180/55 section rear tyre wrapped around the 17-inch alloy rims offering superb grip on all road conditions.

There are a pair of 310 mm disc on the front wheel gripped by four-piston calliper and a 240 mm disc brake is present at the rear. A dual channel ABS and traction control system are available to keep the amateur riders safe on this powerful sports bike.

ModelHonda CBR 650R
Engine648.72 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power85.8 bhp @ 12,000 rpm
Torque57.5 Nm @ 8,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17M/C
Rear Tyre180/55ZR17M/C
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight211 kg
Fuel Tank15.4 Ltr
Mileage20 kmpl
Top Speed220 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 8,89,363

Kawasaki Z650

After the CBR 650R, we have the Kawasaki Z650 streetfighter motorcycle on the seventh position. It is a great streetfighter motorcycle for those looking at something big, powerful, with a lot of appeal and comfortable ride in the city limits.

It is priced at Rs 6.24 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, making it cheaper than the Triumph Trident 660 and the Ninja 650 R. the naked Ninja is a premium middle class streetfighter motorcycle that is targeted at the young riders who want to upgrade from their existing bike of 250cc to 300cc category. Kawasaki Z650 brings the big-bike look with its large dimensions which are clearly greater than the Trident.

The latest iteration of the Z650 comes with even more aggressive Sugomi design language. This design is seen on the larger Z series of bike from Kawasaki and enhances the overall appeal and road presence of the bike.

When compared to the Trident, the Z650 offers more comfortable ride thanks to its supple suspension setup and spacious seat. It has enough place of the pillion as well and pillion won’t complain on the city rides. Its saddle height is pegged at 790 mm and with a kerb weight of 191 kg, the middle-weight bike form Kawasaki is a god bet for anyone upgrading from light motorcycles. One thing which might be of concern is the low ground clearance of 130 mm and it increases the probability of the underbelly scraps over tall speed breakers which you will find in plenty on city roads.

Powering the Kawasaki Z 650 is a four-stroke, parallel twin, 649cc, liquid-cooled, 8-valve DOHC engine. This powerplant comes equipped with dual throttle bodies for greater throttle precision. With all the tech wizardry, the engine pumps out 67.27 bhp at 8000 rpm and 64 Nm torque at 6700 rpm. There is no slipper clutch on this bike which is big let-down and a wet multi-plate clutch manages the connection between the engine and the 6-speed gearbox.

Speaking about the performance, the Z 650 dashes from 0 to 100 kmph in just 4.5 seconds and goes over to a top speed of 200 kmph. This is made possible by taller gear ratios on the 6th gear and right amount of power on tap. If you are planning to take this bike out for a long tour, you will face a problem of wind-blast at highway speeds. Its comfortable posture, easy ride, manageable weight and lower seat height makes it a perfect middle-weight motorcycle for city use.

The fuel efficiency of the Z650 is 20 kmpl in the city limits and up to 24 kmpl on the highways. It has a respectable 15-litre tank volume, and thus a rising range of 320 to 350 km is achievable on an average.

On the dashboard, a new 4.3-inch TFT meter console is present on the bike with Bluetooth connectivity support. With full-colour user interface, the console provides all readouts including speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip meters, fuel calculators, gear position indicator and distance to empty. Rider can connect their smartphone via a Kawasaki Rideology app and get access to various connected features like ride logs, trip history and more. No GPS navigation is present on this meter which is a bit let down.

The suspension system is comprised on telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock suspension takes care of the rear part of the bike. It gets 125 mm front wheel travel and 130 mm rear monoshock travel. These are great suspension for the Indian roads as they soak up the bumps and undulations with ease and do not send jolts to the rider. There is enough stiffness in the suspension keeping the bike glued to the road at highway speeds.

Braking power on the Z650 comes from twin 300 mm disc brake units on the front wheel and single 220 mm disc brake on the rear wheel. This setup offers strong brake force that shed the speed quickly and bring down the Z650 to a safe halt. Accidental wheel lock-ups is handled by dual channel ABS. At this price and segment, there is no traction control system to enhance the safety factor of the bike.

ModelKawasaki Z650
Engine649 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power66.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17M/C
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17M/C
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight191 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage20 kmpl
Top Speed210 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 6,24,000

Triumph Street Twin

Eighth spot has taken up by the Triumph Street Twin. It is the third Triumph motorcycle on this list of top 10 middle-weight bikes in India. There was a time when Triumph Street Triple was the entry-level motorcycle in the Triumph’s Indian line-up. But with the introduction of Triumph Trident 660, the Street Twin is now the second most affordable motorcycle.

The Street Twin is a classic-modern roadster made for highway touring and it has few alternatives in the middle weight segment. There is Kawasaki W800, the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 and now the newly launched Kawasaki Z650RS. It is a great machine to feel the character of real British twin engine whether it is in the city or on the highways.

Right now, you can get yourself a Street Twin at a price of Rs 8.25 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. But in the lowest price, you can only get the Jet Black colour option. There are two other colour schemes – Matt Ironstone and Cobalt Blue are priced Rs 13,000 over the base variant at Rs 8.38 lakh. There is a gold line edition of the bike that is priced at Rs 8.55 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Coming to the riding stance, the Street Twin offers a comfortable and upright posture which allows anyone to ride the bike comfortable in and out of the cities. Long distance touring is possible because of raised handlebars, flat seat and centre-set foot-pegs.

At the heart of the Triumph Street Twin is a four-stroke, twin-cylinder, 900cc, liquid-cooled, 8-valve engine. It gets 270-degree crank angle which offers smoothest engine performance with near to nil NVH levels. This powerplant makes 64.1 bhp at 7500 rpm and 80 Nm twisting force at 3700 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by 6-speed gearbox and is fixed with a torque assist light-weight clutch.

On the performance front, the Street Twin sprints from 0 to 100 kmph in just 5 seconds and hits a top speed of 180 kmph. The cruising speed on the Street Twin is around 100 kmph all day long without any issue because of liquid-cooled engine. The wind-blast might cause problem since it is a classic motorcycle.

Since, the engine makes modest power, the mileage returned by the Street Twin is 25 kmpl on the open roads. Its fuel tank can hold 12 litres of petrol tank which can cover 280 km in a single tankful which is not a great number for highway touring. The city mileage is around 20-22 kmpl when ridden with a light wrist.

A single-pod analogue-digital meter console is what makes it cool classic and cool. There is an analogue speedometer with LCD screen that features a fuel gauge, fuel efficiency, distance to empty and much more. There are two ride modes as well – Road and Rain. Also, it gets multi-level traction control system for configurable riding characters according to the weather and road conditions.

Suspension system of Triumph Street Twin is made up of telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers on the front and the rear wheel respectively. This suspension setup is well-tuned for providing best-in-class comfort as it absorbs the potholes and bad patches of roads with ease. There is enough stability and comfort that won’t scare away the ride anywhere on the road.

Braking performance comes by a 310 mm disc at the front gripped by Brembo 4-piston fixed axial calliper and, on the rear, a disc of 255 mm diameter is gripped by Nissin 2-piston floating calliper. There is a dual-channel ABS which prevents the wheels from locking up under hard braking scenarios. Further, the traction control system keeps the rear wheel from spinning under hard acceleration.

ModelTriumph Street Twin
Engine900 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power64.1 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque80 Nm @ 3,700 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre100/90-18
Rear Tyre150/70 R17
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight198 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed180 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 8,25,000

Ducati Scrambler Icon

Ducati Scrambler Icon has occupied the ninth position. It is a scrambler from Ducati and managed to make its way into this list because of its capability of tackling the dirt trails with ease and also has the character of original Ducati Scramblers.

Ducati is offering the entry-level Scrambler motorcycle in two variants – Dark and Icon. The Dark is the most affordable Ducati motorcycle in India and it is priced at Rs 7.99 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. Icon, on the other hand, comes in Rosso Ducati Paint scheme which is exclusive to this bike. Ducati Icon is priced at Rs 8.49 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

The Scrambler range of bikes from Ducati have exposed frame, minimum body panels, blacked out engine, air-box and the under-tank shrouds. And this is the very reason for their smart styling and urban swag.

Rumbling inside the Ducati Scrambler Icon is an 803cc, air and oil-cooled, L-twin, four-valve engine which is fuelled by a multi-port electronic fuel injection system. It generates 71.8 bhp of power at 8250 rpm and 66.2 Nm twisting force at 5750 rpm. Between the engine and the 6-speed constant mesh gearbox, a wet multi-plate clutch manages the connection.

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Ducati Scrambler can easily return around 18 kmpl of fuel economy in mixed riding scenarios. This when combined with a 13.5-litre tank, the riding range turns out to be 230 km which is enough for scrambling around in the suburbs and trails.

The Scrambler from Ducati tips the scale at 189 kg and offers a 798 mm high saddle which can be accessible by most riders out there. A lower saddle height of 778 mm is available as an option from the company which is a great deal for shorter riders to plant their feet on the ground. The ground clearance stands at 182 mm which is enough for occasional off-road trails stints.

The Scrambler Icon comes fitted with a small round-shaped fully digital LCD panel. This cluster offers readouts of speedometer, odometer, trip meters, gear position indicator, side stand indicator and much more. It is compatible with Ducati Multimedia System and it is available as an accessory for extra amount.

Ducati Scrambler Icon uses a pair 41 mm Kayaba USD forks on the front wheel and Kayaba monoshock on the rear wheel is adjustable for pre-load. This suspension setup is calibrated to provide balanced ride quality on and off the roads. The Scrambler rides on 18-inch front alloy wheel and 17-inch rear alloy wheel which are fitted with Pirelli MT 60 RS dual purpose tyres which are for delivering great level of grip on and off the road.

To bring the bike to a safe halt from higher speeds, there is 330 mm disc available on the front wheel and is gripped by radially mounted Brembo 4-piston callipers while on the rear wheel, you get a 245 mm disc brake managing the braking power. It features a dual channel ABS from Bosch with cornering ABS function to take the safer braking a level above.

ModelDucati Scrambler Icon
Engine803 cc
CoolingAir Cooled
Power71.8 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque66.2 Nm @ 5,750 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/80 R18
Rear Tyre180/55 R17
Front BrakeDisc - 330mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 245mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight189 kg
Fuel Tank13.5 Ltr
Mileage20 kmpl
Top Speed193 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 7,99,000

Benelli Leoncino 500

On the last position, we have the Benelli Leoncino 500. It is a re-retro naked bike for city and highway use which has been launched in India at by the Chinese company that owns the Benelli brand. We have placed this particular bike at the last position because it is too early to say anything about the quality and the reliability of the bike. Also, Benelli, as a brand is relatively new in India and it still have to build trust among the rider community.

Leoncino means Lion’s cub in the Italian language and this bike brand takes design cues from the first 125cc Leoncino motorcycle which was first launched in 1960’s. Right now, the Leoncino is priced at Rs 4.85 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, It feel the pressure from established motorcycles in the middle-weight segment and despite priced lower than many other premium bikes, the sales are not promising as of now.

At the core of the Benelli Leoncino 500 is a twin-cylinder, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 8-valve DOHC engine. This motor manages to put out 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and 46 Nm torque at 6000 rpm. The comapny have used two-to-one exhaust system which is enables the engine to create a sound of an in-line four-cylinder engine which is music to the ears.

There is a 6-speed gearbox paired with the engine via a wet multi-plate clutch. Non-availability of slipper clutch is a let-down though. Leoncino dashes from 0 to 100 kmph in just 5 seconds and goes up to a top speed of 160 kmph. At 100 kmph cruising speed, the bike is great for all day mile munching thanks to the liquid-cooled engine with good thermal management.

The fuel economy that can be achieved from the Leoncino is around 23 kmpl in mixed conditions and up to 25 kmpl can be extracted on highway rides. A 12.7-litre fuel tank is installed that allows you to cover about 300 km before needing to re-fuel.

The dashboard on the Leoncino 500 is blessed with a fully digital LCD-type meter panel which provides the readouts of all major functionality such as speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator and more. The Italian brand should have offered a TFT console with Bluetooth connectivity features for better user experience.

Suspending the bike is pair of 50 mm USD forks at the front and monoshock unit on the swing-arm which is adjustable for preload and rebound damping. This suspension setup is made to deal with the bad patches of roads with ease and the ride is not unsettled while riding over the broken patches of roads.

The system which is responsible for bringing the Leoncino to a safe halt, is comprised of twin 320 mm discs on the front wheel gripped by 4-piston callipers for strong braking performance. On the rear wheel, you have a single 260 mm disc brake and is gripped by a single-piston calliper. A dual-channel ABS keeps the wheels from lockup under hard braking.

All said and done, the Leoncino 500 from the house of Benelli is a perfect middle weight neo-retro naked bike which is affordable and is equipped with respectable performance. However, there is a stiff competition from Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, Kawasaki Z650RS, CFMoto 650 NK in the middle-weight market.

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ModelBenelli Leoncino 500
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 4,84,900

In Conclusion

Here we conclude our list of top 10 middle-weight bikes in India and will wait to see if more such premium motorcycles launch in India in the near future. If any new middle-weight machine found to be capable of replacing any other bike in this list, we’ll update this top 10 list and present you our choices for best bikes for ruling streets.

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We hope that after reading this post you can choose the right bike for you according to your requirements and usage pattern. Which one will you choose and why? Do tell us in the comments section below.

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Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650648 ccOil-Cooled47 bhp @ 7,250 rpm52 Nm @ 5,250 rpm6-Speed
Triumph Street Triple R765 ccLiquid-Cooled114.7 bhp @ 12,000 rpm79 Nm @ 9,350 rpm6-Speed
Kawasaki Z650RS649 ccLiquid-Cooled67.31 bhp @ 8,000 rpm64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm6-Speed
Triumph Trident 660660 ccLiquid-Cooled80 bhp @ 10,250 rpm64 Nm @ 6,250 rpm6-Speed
Kawasaki Ninja 650649 ccLiquid-Cooled66.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm6-Speed
Honda CBR 650R648.72 ccLiquid-Cooled85.8 bhp @ 12,000 rpm57.5 Nm @ 8,500 rpm6-Speed
Kawasaki Z650649 ccLiquid-Cooled66.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm64 Nm @ 6,700 rpm6-Speed
Triumph Street Twin900 ccLiquid-Cooled64.1 bhp @ 7,500 rpm80 Nm @ 3,700 rpm6-Speed
Ducati Scrambler Icon803 ccAir Cooled71.8 bhp @ 8,250 rpm66.2 Nm @ 5,750 rpm6-Speed
Benelli Leoncino 500500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed

Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock100/90- 18"M/C56H130/70- 18"M/C63H
Triumph Street Triple RUSD ForksMonoshock120/70 ZR17180/55 ZR17
Kawasaki Z650RSTelescopicMonoshock120/70ZR17M/C160/60ZR17M/C
Triumph Trident 660USD ForksMonoshock120/70R17180/55R17
Kawasaki Ninja 650TelescopicMonoshock120/70ZR17M/C160/60ZR17M/C
Honda CBR 650RUSD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17M/C180/55ZR17M/C
Kawasaki Z650TelescopicMonoshock120/70ZR17M/C160/60ZR17M/C
Triumph Street TwinTelescopic ForksTwin Shock100/90-18150/70 R17
Ducati Scrambler IconUSD ForksMonoshock110/80 R18180/55 R17
Benelli Leoncino 500USD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17

Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Royal Enfield Continental GT 650Disc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel198 kg
Triumph Street Triple RDisc - 310mmDisc - 220mmDual-Channel168 kg
Kawasaki Z650RSDisc - 300mmDisc - 220mmDual-Channel192 kg
Triumph Trident 660Disc - 310mmDisc - 255mmDual-Channel189 kg
Kawasaki Ninja 650Disc - 300mmDisc - 220mmDual-Channel196 kg
Honda CBR 650RDisc - 310mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel211 kg
Kawasaki Z650Disc - 300mmDisc - 220mmDual-Channel191 kg
Triumph Street TwinDisc - 310mmDisc - 220mmDual-Channel198 kg
Ducati Scrambler IconDisc - 330mmDisc - 245mmDual-Channel189 kg
Benelli Leoncino 500Disc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg

Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedEx-showroom Price
Royal Enfield Continental GT 65013.7 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 2,98,079
Triumph Street Triple R17.4 Ltr17 kmpl220 kmph₹ 9,15,000
Kawasaki Z650RS12 Ltr20 kmpl210 kmph₹ 6,65,000
Triumph Trident 66014 Ltr23 kmpl200 kmph₹ 6,95,000
Kawasaki Ninja 65015 Ltr20 kmpl212 kmph₹ 6,61,000
Honda CBR 650R15.4 Ltr20 kmpl220 kmph₹ 8,89,363
Kawasaki Z65015 Ltr20 kmpl210 kmph₹ 6,24,000
Triumph Street Twin12 Ltr25 kmpl180 kmph₹ 8,25,000
Ducati Scrambler Icon13.5 Ltr20 kmpl193 kmph₹ 7,99,000
Benelli Leoncino 50020 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 4,84,900

Top 10 Middle-Weight Bikes in India FAQs

Q: Which is the most affordable middle-weight bike that one can buy in India?
A: Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is the most affordable middle-weight bike you can buy in India. It is priced at Rs 2.98 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: What is the price range of top 10 middle-weight bikes in India?
A: The price range of top 10 middle-weight bikes is from Rs 2.98 lakh ex-showroom for Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 to Rs 9.15 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi for Triumph Street Triple R.

Q: What is the most premium middle-weight bike in India?
A: Triumph Street Triple R series is the most expensive and premium middle-weight bike in India and that is priced at Rs 9.15 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: Which middle-weight bike model provides best value for your money?
A: Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 is the most value for money middle-weight bike in India.

Q: Why Triumph Trident 660 is among the best middle-weight bikes?
A: Triumph Trident is among the best middle-weight bike because it offers 80 bhp of power and exhilarating performance at just Rs 6.95 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: Which is the fastest middle-weight bike in India under Rs 10 lakhs?
A: Triumph Street Triple R is the fastest middle-weight bike as it offers 114 bhp of power. Its price is Rs 9.15 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

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