Luxury Motorbikes to Invest in 2023

Luxury Motorbikes to Invest in 2023

These luxury bikes offer superior performance and style that will surely take your ride to the next level.

Luxury motorbikes have come a long way over the years and are now available in a variety of styles and colors. A report predicts that between 2022 and 2027, the luxury bike market will grow by US$4786.35 million at a CAGR of 6.16%. The key factors driving said growth are the decreasing cost of lithium-ion batteries, rising traffic congestion and government support towards ebikes. With ‌urban ‌life getting more and more crowded, motorbikes appear to be an appealing means of transport that offers flexibility and convenience. For motorcycling enthusiasts out there wondering the best luxury bikes to invest in, here is an overview of the best luxury bikes in 2023. 

Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter

Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter
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The Neiman Marcus Limited Edition Fighter is a fast and flashy bike that stands out in many ways. Besides being one of the fastest motorcycles in the world, it has a sleek design and an air-cooled, fuel-injected 1966.55cc V-twin engine with aluminum parts. The bike’s lightweight frame is made up of carbon fiber, and its custom braking system makes it efficient to brake quickly. Additionally, the motorcycle also has a round LED headlight and a single seat for the rider only, making it an ideal bike for riders. The only downside to this bike is its high price tag and limited availability (i.e. Neiman Marcus only manufactured 45 units of this bike). 

Price: US$11 million

Color Option: Silver

2023 Kawasaki Ninja H2R

2023 Kawasaki Ninja H2R
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This is the world’s only limited-production supercharged hypersport model, featuring incredible acceleration and top speeds that will blow your mind. The Ninja H2R has a 998cc inline four-cylinder engine, and it’s been given a supercharger system that ranks it as one of the most technically advanced motorcycles in its class. The many features you can enjoy with this bike include Stylema monobloc brakes, an Öhlins rear shock, self-healing paint and Kawasaki Launch Control Mode (KLCM) (that optimizes the starting acceleration).

Price: US$57,500

Color: option: Mirror Coated Matte Spark Black

Honda CB750 Hornet

Honda CB750 Hornet
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The CB750 Hornet is equipped with a parallel-twin engine inspired by the Africa Twin’s motor and Honda’s motocross engines. It provides the same performance as the original four-cylinder CB600F Hornet but with more torque (rotational force available at the wheels), less weight and reduced emissions. Additionally, its style is also modern and not flashy, making it excellent for folks who prefer riding modern bikes.

Price: US$7,900 

Color options: 

  • Pearl Glare White with a metallic red frame and red anodized forks
  • Graphite Black with a red frame and forks
  • Matte Grey Metallic with a black frame and silver forks
  • Matte Goldfinch Yellow with a black frame and silver forks

Ducati Diavel V4

Ducati Diavel V4
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The new Diavel V4 has been introduced, and it is powered by Bologna’s V4 Granturismo engine. The engine comes equipped with a cylinder deactivation system (which turns off the rear two cylinders when required to reduce fuel consumption and heat), a bidirectional quick shifter and a 6-speed gearbox. 

Apart from this, Ducati has also changed Diavel’s styling and chassis for the 2023 model. The Diavel V4 comes with a new LED headlight, signature C-shaped daytime running lights, diamond-cut alloy wheels, a rear light that emulates the daytime running lights and quad exhaust tips. Other features include a 5.0-inch TFT display with Bluetooth and dynamic indicators, cruise control, launch control and wheelie control to name a few. 

Price: US$26,695

Color options:  Ducati Red and Thrilling Black

BMW S 1000 RR

BMW S 1000 RR
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On top of the design, the 2023 BMW S 1000 RR has several mechanical improvements with the addition of the M 1000 RR-style winglets and a revised tail section. A package of revised features has made the 2023 bike more track-focused than ever before, including greater power, quicker acceleration, sharper handling and better electronics. Additionally, the previously optional M Chassis Kit is now a standard, and it gives the 2023 S 1000 RR an adjustable swing arm pivot point. The rear shock and 45mm USD forks have also been revised. 

Price: US$16,995

Color options: Style Passion, Light White/Racing Blue Metallic/Racing Red, Red, Blue, Black Storm Metallic

Luxury bikes are a great investment for those who want to enjoy the thrill and convenience of riding on two wheels. With so many options available, whether you’re looking for speed, comfort or style, there’s something for everyone in 2023. Remember to do your research before investing in any bike—safety is always paramount when cycling. We hope this article has given you some ideas as to what luxury bike best suits you!

Happy riding!

Please make investment decisions based on your own discretion. This article is intended for informational purposes only.

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