2015 New Bike Price Guide

Michael Mann - Web Editor, Bike Social
By Michael Mann
MannOnABike Web editor of Bike Social. Been riding bikes since he was four-years-old. Fast and smooth road rider, just about hangs on in a track day quick group.

We know what's coming but do we know how much they cost?

The three major motorcycle shows have been and gone and we now know which new models will be lining up at dealerships next year. We know what they look like, their power, suspension travel, seat height and even colour range but we haven't had a definitive and official guide from every manufacturer for how much each will cost.

Most have revealed their prices for 2015 so we've compiled a handy guide which will be updated as the likes of Honda, Aprilia and BMW join in.

117,000 visitors passed through the gates over the nine days at Motorcycle Live, 10% up on last year, and much of that increase can be aportioned to the headline bikes on show. 2015 looks like a good year to be in the market for a new machine with 200bhp+ super sports bikes and a range of adventure/tourer cross overs as the main attractions.

In alphabetical order:

 APRILIA

 

 RSV4RR

 £ tbc

 Tuono V4

 £ tbc

 Tuono V4 1100 Factory

 £ tbc

 Capanord 1200 Rally

 £ tbc

  

 

 BMW

 

 S1000RR

 £13,700

 S1000XR

 £ tbc (before Christmas)

 F800R

 £7,595 Standard
 £7,855 Sport

 R1200R

 £10,250 Standard
 £11,060 Sport
 £11,910 Exclusive

 R1200RS

 £ tbc (before Christmas)

 

 

 DUCATI

 

 1299 Panigale

 £16,695

 1299 Panigale S

 £20,795

 1199 Panigale R

 £28,995

 Multistrada 1200

 £12,995

 Multistrada 1200S

 £15,995

 Scrambler Icon

 £6,895

 Scrambler Classic, Urban Enduro and Full Throttle

 £7,995

 Monster 821 Stripe

 £9,495

 Monster 1200S Stripe

 £13,995

 Diavel Titanium

 £22,995

 

 

 HONDA

 

 VFR 800 X Cross Runner

 £10,300 (estimate)

 Forza 125

 £ tbc

 Goldwing 40th Anniversary

 £ tbc

 

 

 INDIAN

 

 Scout

 £10,399

 Roadmaster

 £21,999

 

 

 KAWASAKI

 

 Ninja H2

 £22,000

 Ninja H2R

 £41,000

 Z300

 £4,349

 Z250SL

 £3,649

 250SL

 £3,849

 1400 GTR

 £13,699

 Vulcan S

 £5,949

 Versys 650

 £6,749

 Versys 1000

 £9,749

 

 

 KTM

 

 Super Adventure 1290

 £15,999

 1050 Adventure

 £10,999

 Freeride E-XC

 £10,299

 Freeride E-SX

 £9,999

 Freeride E-SM

 £10,599

 

 

 MOTO GUZZI

 

 Eldorado

 £ tbc

 Audace 

 £ tbc

 V7 

 £ tbc

  

 

 MV AGUSTA

 

 Brutale 800 RR 

 £11,599

 Dragster 800 RR 

 £13,299

 Stradale 800 

 £11,599

 Turismo Veloce 

 €15,990 (UK price tbc)

 Turismo Veloce Lusso 

 €18,990 (UK price tbc)

  

 

 SUZUKI

 

 GSX-S1000

 £9,000 (estimate)

 GSX-S1000F 

 £9,500 (estimate)

 Bandit 1250S ABS 

 £7,000 (estimate) 

 Address 110

 £1,800 (estimate)

 Inazuma 250 

 £ tbc

 GSX-R1000 MotoGP 

 £11,299

 GSX-R750 MotoGP

 £9,899

 GSX-R600 MotoGP

 £8,899

 V-Strom 650XT 

 £7,499

  

 

 TRIUMPH

 

 Tiger 800 XR

 £8,499

 Tiger 800 XRx

 £9,499

 Tiger 800 XC

 £8,999

 Tiger 800 XCx

 £9,999

 Rocket X

 £14,799

 Thunderbird Nightstorm

 £13,399

 Street Triple Rx

 £8,549

 Bonneville Spirit

 £7,499

 Bonneville Newchurch

 £6,999

 Bonneville T214

 £7,849

 

 

 VICTORY

 

 Magnum

 £17,699

 Gunner

 £9,999

 

 

 YAMAHA

 

 R1

 £14,999

 R1M

 £18,499

 YZF-R3

 £4,799

 MT-09 Tracer

 £8,149

 MT-07 Moto Cage

 £6,299

 XJR1300

 £8,599

 T-Max

 £8,699

 Iron Max

 £8,999

 

Suzuki GSX-S1000Aprilia RSV4RRKawasaki Z300Triumph Tiger 800 XRxBMW S1000XRYamaha MT-09 TracerDucati Multistrada 1200Yamaha R1

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