5 Affordable in-line 4-cylinder Bikes in India

(Rs.8.49L ex-showroom)

Kawasaki Ninja ZX-4R This engine is a screamer and there is nothing available at the lower revs. You think it is crazy for a 400cc bike to produce 77 PS of power and 39 Nm of torque but what will blow your minds is that this peak power and torque is achieved at an insanely high 14500 rpm and 13000rpm respectively. It comes equipped with a WorldSBK-inspired Trellis chassis design and the suspension duties are handled by adjustable Showa Separate Function Fork(Big Piston) upside-down forks at the front and adjustable mono-shock at the rear. For a bike that goes from ok to oh damn in a few seconds, you will need immense stopping power, which is why Kawasaki has equipped the ZX-4R with dual 290mm discs at the front and a single 220mm disc at the rear. Regarding features, it comes with all the latest electronic wizardry like dual-channel ABS, cornering ABS, traction control with different riding modes, and a TFT instrument cluster that supports Bluetooth and navigation. 
(Rs.9.2L ex-showroom)

The Kawasaki Z900 wait till you swing a leg and twist the throttle. The 948cc, in-line 4-cylinder beast of an engine produces 125 PS of power and 98.6 Nm of torque that is mated to a 6-speed gearbox with a slip and assist clutch. The exposed chassis is a steel trellis frame which is supported by an adjustable 41mm USD fork at the front and an adjustable monoshock at the rear. It is equipped with LED headlamps and taillights, an all-digital TFT instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity, 4 riding modes, and a 3-level traction control.
(Rs.9.15L ex-showroom) 

The Honda CB650 R will impress you. This naked motorcycle was recently updated and now gets a new digital instrument cluster that provides information such as gear position indicator, gear shift indicator, average fuel consumption and 2 trip meters. It also now gets a USB-C socket for charging your smartphone on the go. The feature list includes Honda Selectable Torque Control (HSTC), slip and assist clutch, traction control, round LED headlamps and dual-channel ABS. The sweet-sounding in-line 4-cylinder engine produces 87PS of power at 12000 rpm and 57.5 Nm of torque at 8500 rpm, mated to a slick 6-speed transmission. The front suspension comprises of 41mm Showa Separate Function Big Piston USD fork, while the rear is a pro-link monoshock unit. The braking duties are handled by twin discs at the front with Nissin radial callipers and a single disc at the rear. 
(Rs.9.35L ex-showroom) 

The Honda CBR 650 R simply put, it is the faired version of the CB650 R and there is absolutely no change in the hardware and features, except the addition of weight because of the beautiful looking fairing. Of course, the power-to-weight ratio will decrease which means that the outright performance might be a little toned down, but the real advantage starts to shine at higher speeds when aerodynamics starts to play a major role. It is mostly because of this feature that the Honda CBR 650 R is touted as a sports tourer, and it rides like wind in the highways.
(Rs.12.2L ex-showroom) 

The Kawasaki Ninja 1000SX is a fully faired litre-class motorcycle that has the styling of a supersport bike but has the comfortable ergonomics of a tourer because of which it is one of the most sought-after sports tourers in the world. The liquid-cooled in-line 4-cylinder engine produces 142PS of power at 10000 rpm and a peak torque of 111Nm at 8000 rpm. Since this is a litre-class machine, it comes loaded to the teeth with respect to features that include 2 power modes, 3-level traction control, 4 riding modes, cornering ABS and even electronic cruise control. The suspension setup is handled by adjustable 41mm USD forks at the front and horizontal backlink monoshock at the rear.

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