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Norton Upcoming Bikes Above Rs 20 Lakh

Norton Upcoming Bikes Above Rs 20 Lakh - Find out the new and upcoming Norton motorcycles or bikes Above Rs 20 Lakh with their expected price and launched date in India. We've compiled a list of all the forthcoming Norton motorcycles, along with their estimated pricing and approximate release dates. Five bikes are expected to be released between and 2023, including the Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer, Norton 500, and Norton Dominator. Find information about the most recent bike debuts in India, as well as a pricing list.

Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer

Name

Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer

Expected Price

Rs. 20.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Mar, 2023

About Upcoming Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer - The Norton Commando 961 Cafe Racer can be purchased in India for Rs 23 lakh (ex-showroom Pune). Because it is a "made to order" item, there is just one unit available in India. The Commando 961 Cafe Racer features a round headlight up front, a small flyscreen, a curved rear section, and a contoured fuel tank with comfortable leg recesses, all inspired by old British bikes. The bike has aluminium clip-on handlebars for a dynamic riding stance. The flyscreen and mudguard have been treated with carbon fibre to improve their appearance.

A 961cc parallel-twin motor provides power of 80PS at 6500rpm and peak torque of 90Nm at 5200rpm, powering the Cafe Racer. The Indian version, on the other hand, is less powerful, with 72.8PS at 7500rpm and 67Nm at 6500rpm, respectively. The front suspension is handled by 43mm Ohlins USD forks that can be adjusted for preload, rebound damping, and compression. Ohlins dual shock absorbers are fitted to the back of the vehicle.

It has 320mm Brembo twin-discs up front and a single 220mm Brembo disc in the back for braking. The front and rear sections of the aluminium 17-inch spoke wheels are shod with 120/70 and 180/55 section tyres, respectively. Only one Commando 961 Cafe Racer exists in India, and it is completed in silver. There are five other colours to choose from: black, grey, red, green, and white.

Norton Dominator

Name

Norton Dominator

Expected Price

Rs. 23.70 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Mar, 2023

About Upcoming Norton Dominator - Only 18 units of the Limited Edition Norton Dominator were available in India when it was launched at a price of Rs 23.70 lakh (ex-showroom, pan-India). It is, however, no longer accessible since it does not meet BS6 emission standards. However, Norton's new owner, TVS, plans to upgrade the British brand's existing portfolio to meet Euro 5 / BS6 emission standards as soon as possible. The bike is based on the unique Domiracer and features some contemporary and high-spec components while maintaining a traditional and nostalgic appearance. To add to its uniqueness, there's carbon fibre treatment across the body, a small flyscreen, and a tidy looking tail section with a hand-painted British flag.

The Dominator and the Commando have the same powerplant. It is powered by a 961cc parallel-twin engine that generates 80PS at 6500rpm and 90Nm at 5200rpm and is connected to a 5-speed gearbox with a wet multi-plate clutch. It rests on a twin cradle frame with 43mm Ohlins USD forks with adjustable preload, rebound damping, and compression at the front, as befits an old-school motorbike. A 36mm Ohlins rear monoshock unit with remote reservoir and adjustable preload, ride height, and compression handles the rear suspension chores.

Brembo 320mm discs with 4-piston radially mounted callipers are fitted to the front of the Dominator, while a Brembo 240mm single disc with 2-piston calliper is fitted to the rear. ABS is included as standard equipment. It has 120/70 front and 180/55 rear tyres on its 17-inch spoke wheels. The Triumph Thruxton R and the BMW R nineT are up against the limited edition Norton Dominator.

Norton Commando 961 Sport

Name

Norton Commando 961 Sport

Expected Price

Rs. 20.99 Lakh*

Expected Launch Date

Mar, 2023

About Upcoming Norton Commando 961 Sport - The Norton Commando will be built in Kinetic's Ahmedabad plant starting next year. The motorcycles will continue to be imported, but they will now arrive via CKD rather than CBU. This change is expected to bring costs down from Rs 23 lakh to about Rs 15 lakh. The Norton Commando 961 is a traditional yet contemporary motorbike from the British bike manufacturer's stable, priced at Rs 20.99 lakh (ex-showroom pan-India). The Commando 961 is based on the iconic 1960s classic cafe racers. It has a tiny front flyscreen that rests on top of the round headlight, a chiselled fuel tank that allows you to comfortably put your legs, and a curved back portion with an integrated tail light. A hand-painted British flag on the gasoline tank, as well as the customer's name engraved on the motorbike and an uniquely assigned serial number, add to the bike's distinctiveness for India.

It comes in red, black, silver, grey, green, and white and has a dual-seat configuration. The Commando is powered by a 961cc fuel-injected, air-cooled parallel-twin engine that generates 80PS at 6500rpm and 90Nm at 5200rpm and is coupled to a 5-speed transmission. The front suspension is handled by 43mm Ohlins USD forks, while the rear suspension is handled by fully adjustable Ohlins dual shock absorbers. The front brakes are 320mm twin Brembo discs, while the rear brakes are 240mm single Brembo disc with 2-piston calliper. The front and rear tyre sections on the bike are 120/70 and 180/55, respectively.