Every year motorcycle manufacturers design new models and tease us with their convoluted and more eye-catching looks. This year, as well, is all about different varieties of motorcycles. From cruisers to scramblers and sports bikes to ADVs, we have to put together a list of top 10 motorcycles to buy in 2016 along with their reviews, features, and prices. Enjoy!
2016 Indian Scout Sixty
Indian Scout has become the best selling motorbike of the company in no time.
The addition of another Scout Sixty into the already loved series with a smaller engine capacity is the best buy this year. It has one gear less and some other cosmetic differences from its big brother but all the other things are same. It’s light and easily maneuverable. The Scout Sixty makes It very affordable to buy this Indian cruiser brand at around $8999.
2016 Suzuki SV650
This latest SV650 sportbike has recaptured the magic of 1999 original at the closest. It’s trellis-framed styling, low seat height, and narrow waist along with its lightweight handling make it so popular. In fact, it is approachable by even inexperienced or shorter riders.
The bike’s weight is considerably reduced and a horsepower of around 75 is given to it. The bike comes at a reasonable price of $7990.
2016 Kawasaki Z800
This European model by Kawasaki is new to America for 2016. Being a 500 pounds plus bike, Kawasaki Z800 wears its weight well and can be handled easily.
The overall ergonomics are extremely comfortable with a perfectly positioned seat and low slung handlebars. It comes standard with ABS which cannot be disabled. An 806cc inline four engine gives it 110HP and 60 foot pounds of torque. At $8399, this naked sporting bike is reasonably priced.
Ducati Scrambler Sixty2
Ducati Scrambler is all set to make us fall in love with its very first sight. It is the finest blend of an old school dirt track bike with a minimalist street fighter.
This Scrambler has all the cool styling add-ons with a smaller air-cooled 399cc Twin with 41HP. However, it is not the quickest Ducati but it is undoubtedly a lightweight and the most reasonably priced model of Italian Ducati. It is available at a base price of $7995.
2016 Yamaha SR 400
This classic styled bike with a 399cc, single cylinder, and SOHC 2-valve engine is compact and lightweight. It has an easy-to-use kick starter and is air cooled.
Disc brakes on the front wheel along with sealed drums on the rear make this bike appear classic and appealing. A perfect meld of old and new in this easily customizable bike is truly a blank canvas. This is one of the lowest priced bikes of this list at only $5990.
2016 Triumph Bonneville Street Twin
The stronger engine of this classic British machine with an improved chassis has undergone a complete redesign for 2016.
900cc Twin of this bike is larger than the old Bonneville’s engine. The bike has a five-speed transmission, slipper-style clutch, USB charging port under the seat and finally a traction control system adding to its technicalities. This new lineup with a more retro look can be purchased at only $8700.
2016 KTM Duke 390
This light and the tossable street bike is a great deal with 373cc single and a responsive chassis.
The bike is extremely lightweight and weighs only around 300 pounds. Available at only $4990, this bike is light, fun and powerful.
2016 Honda CBR300R
This bike is intentionally devised for inexperienced riders and ensures amazing sportbike feel with a 286cc single.
Its low weight and nimble dynamics are equipped with ABS for a safe ride in wet weather. It has also donned the heritage red, white and blue paint scheme and is available at an affordable price for $4719.
2016 Star Bolt C-Spec
First launched in 2014 when it became a low-priced competitor to legendary sportster by Harley, the bike has donned a more athletic style this year.
942cc V-twin, clip-on style bars, and easy ride are some of the main benefits of this amazing Bolt. However, It is a little heavy cruiser with a slightly taller ride height which is available at $8690.
Harley Davidson Softail Slim
This is undoubtedly the least expensive way to slide a leg over usually high-priced Harley’s. This old-school bobber version can be a little harder to handle because of its 700 pound weight.
If you can afford a few thousand more, you can also opt for a Slim S model which has more attractive features. This one is unbelievably priced for $14,899.
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