In this guide go through the 10 top costliest bikes in India with pricing and detailed info. Hunting for super and sports bikes with the best technology in race riding? Here’s a list-down of top costliest bikes in India. Yamaha RZF-R1 Open-class and powerful the Yamaha RZF-R1 is a 998cc 4-stroke DOHC superbike featuring the maximum speed of 285 kph. This superbike brings in a huge jump in terms of technology and performance amid the liter-class sports bike models designed on the crossplane crankshaft and marked by a highly linear throttle and powerful torque that can be controlled easily. Engine apart you get the YCC- Yamaha Chip Controlled Intake system for a broadened power spread and D-Mode that provides control maps for programming the performance during riding. Price is Rs. 15.6 lakhs. Suzuki Hayabusa A 1340 CC 4-stroke and 4-cylinder engine wonder that can go to 312+ kmp and accelerate from zero to 97 kmph within 2.6 seconds, the Suzuki Hayabusa is certainly not for the uncharted in serious sports-bike riding. The beautiful 260-kgs superbike comes with 6-speed constant mesh transmission that features oil-spray for higher gears so that the engine is protected from wear-tear or noise as you cruise it on highways. The 2012 upgrade performs 11% better than previous versions. It has SDTV- Suzuki Dual Throttle Value for improved fuel economy. Price? Rs. 15 lakhs! Also Read - Top 12 Bikes in India Honda CBR 1000RR Available for Rs. 13.4 lakhs the Honda CBR 1000RR has maximum speed of 299 kph, with a 0-97kmph response time of 3.59 seconds, a 17.70 liters-tank and 43.0mm inverted HMAS cartridge fork in front along with HMAS pro-link single shock-absorber in rear. The superbike delivers power and riding quality with strong emphasis on comfortable build. It features HESD for high-speed handling, LCD instrumentation and combined ABS-brakes for better control in high speed. Suzuki GSX-R1000 Get a feel of a strongly designed road-ready body over a 4-stroke liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine of 999 cc power. The bike is priced at Rs. 15 lakhs and comes fitted with Suzuki’s new shorter wheelbase chassis and a big piston for great ride quality. Braking capabilities use heat-resistant stainless-steel brake discs and Brembo calipers. BMW S1000RR At 999 ccc the BMW S1000 RR costs Rs. 18 lakhs and can full speed to a maximum 125 mph. It has a composite-bridge body sporting a partially self-supporting engine, boasting of the most advanced machine for track/road performance built by BMW yet. Ride it on track or the most winding passes and narrowest streets to feel the thrill of its four modes, banking-rotation speed and the DTC-dynamic traction control of its gears. Also Read - Top Gearless Bikes So which bike you choosed?