Not all motorcycles depreciate in price as soon as their rubber hits the road. Some two-wheelers keep their value game strong and prove they're not just about speed and style. Today, we will look at motorcycles with the highest resale value on the market.
From cruisers that exude timeless cool to sporty speedsters built for the track, these bikes are as savvy for your wallet as they are on the asphalt. Yes, these bikes are powerful, fast, and stylish, but they are more than just a fun ride. They are smart investments as well. So, let's get started.
Harley-Davidson FXLRS Low Rider S - 95% (MSRP: $18,399)
Being one of the most popular brands, a high resale value on Harley-Davidson is not surprising. The FXLRS Low Rider S is a performance cruiser that comes with a Milwaukee-Eight 117 V-Twin engine churning out 105 horses, moto-style drag bars, and a revamped softail chassis.
The bike has an all-black attractive look, comfortable sitting, and an upright riding posture. It also has electronic cruise control to let you ride for hundreds of miles in absolute comfort and style. The original price of the FXLRS Low Rider S is $18,399, and reselling it in good condition can get you up to 95% of its value.
BMW R1250 RS - 99% (MSRP: $15,695)
With a price tag of $15,695, the BMW R1250 RS is a sports tourer featuring a two-cylinder ShiftCam-powered 1254 cc boxer engine that generates up to 105 lb-ft of torque and 135 horses and takes just over 3 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph!
The bike has a slim and sporty persona, numerous safety features, comfortable heated seating, and an economical drive mode that makes it perfect for long-distance rides. Moreover, if you have BMW Motorrad accessories attached to your bike, you can actually recoup 99% on your R1250 RS.
Kawasaki Ninja 650 - 97% (MSRP: $8,499)
Kawasaki is known for making some of the most stylish and high-performance sports bikes without breaking the bank. Costing just under $9,000, the Ninja 650 comes with a sporty 649 cc 4-stroke parallel-twin engine, a large TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity, twin LED headlights, and a 6-speed transmission.
The Ninja 650 also offers comfortable seating with an upright riding posture and a number of safety features, including wind protection and ABS braking. If you resell this motorcycle to a sports bike enthusiast, you can easily get up to 97% of what you paid for!
Ducati Diavel V4 - 91% (MSRP: $26,995)
Blending features of sport nakeds and muscle cruisers, the Ducati Diavel V4 has a monocoque aluminum frame and a lightweight (yet super-sporty) V4 Granturismo engine, resulting in a dry weight of just 465 lb. The 1158 cc liquid-cooled 4-cylinder engine generates not just 168 horses but also an unmistakable sound.
The Diavel V4 further offers a 5" TFT screen with Bluetooth connectivity and navigation, four driving modes (sport, touring, urban, and wet), wheelie control, traction control, cruise control, cornering ABS, and power launch, to name a few. And like the other Ducatis, it also has a good resale value of 91%.
Honda Gold Wing GL1800BD DCT - 96.9% (MSRP: $25,600)
The Honda Gold Wing GL1800BD DCT is a high-end motorcycle that's known to keep its value. Priced at $25,600, this touring bike is powered by an 1833 cc 6-cylinder engine mated with either a conventional 6-speed or Honda's automatic 7-speed DCT transmission.
The GL1800BD DCT has an attractive body, comfortable seating, excellent weather protection, and plenty of storage, thanks to the rear trunk and side panniers. It also has a classy infotainment deck with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay compatibility. Reselling the bike in good condition can get you 96.9% of the original price.
Indian Chief Dark Horse (Colored) - 96% (MSRP: $17,999)
The Chief Dark Horse by Indian Motorcycle is a striking and graceful cruiser. With a base price of $17,999, the bike comes in 4 different, very attractive colors and is powered by an air-cooled Thunderstroke 116 engine (1890 cc) generating 120 lb-ft of torque.
The Chief Dark Horse has an intuitive 4" infotainment touchscreen that not only keeps you updated about ride metrics but also tells you everything from navigation and weather to live traffic data and engine oil condition. The bike comes standard with ABS, keyless ignition, a USB charge port, and a 12V charge port. It can be resold for up to 96% of its original value.
Yamaha YZF-R1 - 99% (MSRP: $17,999)
One of the most popular bikes in the world, the Yamaha YZF-R1 is good for everything from local commuting to drag racing to even long-distance rides. The bike's 998 cc inline 4-cylinder engine uses Yamaha’s exclusive cross-plane crankshaft technology derived from the brand’s iconic YZR-M1 MotoGP race bike.
These bikes are easy to maintain and reliable to the max. The YZF-R1 features a Power Delivery Mode that lets you adjust engine response for various riding conditions, an Engine Brake Management system, Lift & Launch Control Systems, and multiple other features to give riders the complete MotoGP experience. The base price is $17,999, and you can sell it for up to 99% of the value to the right customers.
Triumph Bonneville Street Twin - 92% (MSRP: $9,895)
Triumph Motorcycles is renowned for making some of the most powerful and appealing motorcycles, and the Bonneville Street Twin is no different. With a base price of $9,895, this cruiser bike comes with a 5-speed Bonneville 900 cc engine that produces 50 lb-ft of torque and 60.1 horsepower.
The Street Twin has traction control, two ride modes (rain and road), ABS, and a USB charging socket. It also has a KYB fork front suspension and a KYB dual shock rear suspension. On reselling this bike, you can get a 92% payback on the original price, provided that it is in good condition.
Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon - 99% (MSRP: $35,000)
The Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon is a heavily muscular sports bike that costs $35,000 for the base model. If it seems expensive, just know that Kawasaki has provided more than enough features to back this price.
The Ninja H2 Carbon has a 998 cc supercharged inline-4 engine that generates 228 horsepower and 105 lb-ft of torque, propelling riders from 0-60 in just 3 seconds. It has nine different traction control modes, engine brake control, quick gear shifters, and IMU-enhanced chassis orientation awareness, to name a few things. A well-maintained Ninja H2 Carbon can easily net you a 99% resale value.
Honda Rebel 500 ABS - 96% (MSRP: $6,449)
The Rebel 500 ABS is another Honda bike that can get you a high resale value on its original price of $6,449, a nice 96% on your investment, provided that the bike is in good condition. It's an entry-level cruiser and is in great demand with new riders who want something for touring and local commuting without breaking the bank.
The Rebel 500 ABS has a light 471 cc twin-cylinder engine, an anti-lock braking system, a clutch assist, and, of course, a super-stylish body. If you want to go all out, you can opt for the Special Edition to get a headlight cowl, diamond-stitch seat, and plenty of other cool accessories.
Ducati Monster SP - 96% (MSRP: $15,595)
Ducati manufactures some of the world's most popular motorcycles, and the Monster SP is one of them. It’s a sports bike with a base price of $15,595 and a liquid-cooled 4-valve Testastretta 11 (937 cc) engine, churning out 111 horses and 69 lb-ft of torque.
The Monster SP is light to ride and extremely attractive to look at. It offers traction control, launch control, ABS, and multi-ride modes to adapt to different weather conditions. Reselling the Monster SP in a well-maintained condition can get you up to 96% of what you paid for the bike.
Suzuki VL800TM3 Boulevard C50T - 96% (MSRP: $10,359)
Suzuki is one of those brands that can make all types of bikes on the market and really excel at that. The Boulevard C50T is a cruiser bike perfect for both local commuting and long-distance rides. It features an 805 cc liquid-cooled 4-valve V-Twin engine working with a 5-speed transmission.
The Boulevard C50T has wide handlebars, forward-mounted floorboards, and studded seating for comfortable riding. A perfect example of form with function, the bike has a base price of $10,359, and a well-maintained unit can be resold for up to 96% of that initial investment!
BMW R1250 RT - 93% (MSRP: $19,995)
The BMW R1250 RT is a touring bike with a 1254 cc dual-cylinder ShiftCam boxer engine that produces 105 lb-ft of torque at 6,250 rpm. The bike features adaptive headlights, a new Active Cruise Control, heated seats, a keyless ride, a 10.25" TFT dashboard with navigation and connectivity, and a standard storage capacity of 18.4 gallons.
The R1250 RT can fetch you a great price on resale if it has factory-installed side panniers and fairing. However, it still maintains a high resale value (up to 93%) on its original price of $19,995, even without the accessories.
Harley-Davidson Street Glide - 96% (MSRP: $22,199)
As bike fanatics may know, the Harley Street Glide is one of the most legendary touring bikes of all time. Besides being comfortable, it has its own bagger style, state-of-the-art safety features, a dependable and powerful Milwaukee-Eight 107 V-Twin engine, a cool infotainment deck, and plenty of accessories, including a passenger seat, saddlebags, floorboards, and a fork-mounted fairing.
All this makes the Street Glide perfect for touring solo or with a partner. Harleys have their own appeal, and if you are interested in getting another bike, selling a well-maintained Street Glide can get you 96% of your initial $22,199 investment.
Kawasaki Z900RS - 92% (MSRP: $11,949)
Another bike from the Kawasaki Z-line, the Z900RS, is a timeless classic with a retro design. It's more of a local cruiser but can be used for long drives as well. With a base price of $11,949, the Z900RS has a 16-valve, 6-speed 998 cc engine that delivers 100 horsepower with 72.3 lb-ft of torque.
The Z900RS also comes with an assist and slipper clutch, traction control, dual throttle valves, horizontal back-link rear suspension, and ABS. If you want a sportier look and slightly better performance, you can go for the Z900RS Cafe version of the bike. The resale value you get from the Z900RS is 92% of the original price.
Indian Roadmaster - 96.5% (MSRP: $31,499)
The Indian Roadmaster is an extremely luxurious touring bike worth every cent of its $31,499 starting price. It has a Thunderstroke 116 V-Twin engine that generates a peak torque of 126 lb-ft and a locking storage capacity of 36 gallons, giving you plenty of room to haul your gear on long-distance journeys.
The Roadmaster comes with full fairings, adjustable passenger floorboards, a power windshield, vinyl seats, heated grips, cruise control, keyless ignition, tire pressure monitoring, remote locking, and ABS. It also has a really nice 7" infotainment deck with Apple CarPlay, navigation, Bluetooth integration, and live weather and traffic monitoring. It's not hard to see why you can easily get 96.5% of resale value out of this bike.
Honda CB1000RR - 103% (MSRP: $17,145)
The Honda CB1000RR is world-famous for its lightning-fast speed and precise control. Costing $16,599, it has a 998 cc liquid-cooled inline four-cylinder engine that works with a 6-speed transmission to generate 184 horsepower and 83 lb-ft torque and does 0-60 in just 3.09 seconds.
The bike is not only about speed; it has some great features as well, such as dual-fuel injection, an electronic steering damper, selectable torque control, gyro-assisted ABS, assisted slipper clutch, and an intuitive TFT display. Moreover, with an average resale value of 103% (thanks to its high demand), this is one of the bikes that you can sell for a profit!
Triumph Rocket 3 GT - 92% (MSRP: $24,595)
The Triumph Rocket 3 GT is powered by an inline 3-cylinder 2458 cc engine, which is the largest displacement engine ever fitted to a production motorcycle and can generate an astonishing 165 hp and 163 lb-ft of torque.
Costing $24,595, the Rocket 3 GT has its own unparalleled muscular design, a complete touring kit, a 6-speed gearbox, Brembo disc brakes, and a large and intuitive TFT display with a Triumph connectivity system. All in all, the Rocket 3 GT is one of the most powerful and distinctive bikes for touring. A well-kept unit can give you up to 92% of its original value on resale.
KTM 390 Duke - 91% (MSRP: $6,800)
The KTM 390 Duke is a sports bike that can also be used for local commuting and long drives. Costing about $6,800 for the base trim, it has a relatively low price but has many features that make it a good investment.
The bike has a 370 cc engine with 6-speed transmission, an attractive sporty look (and feel), upside-down WP fork suspension, dual circuit BOSCH ABS, and an intuitive infotainment system. For added thrill and fun, you can also use the supermoto mode. The 390 Duke can easily get you up to 91% of the value of the original base investment.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R - 99% (MSRP: $12,299)
A lighter version of the Kawasaki ZX line, this is another bike that has been designed on the same principle of being sleek and powerful. The base version of the bike costs around $12,299 and is powered by a 6-speed 636 cc 134 horsepower engine with 52 lb-ft of torque.
Considering the price difference with the ZX-10R, there is an expected difference in the features as well. But you still get multiple power modes, assist and slipper clutch, dual throttle valves, traction control, ABS, and smartphone connectivity with Bluetooth. It is also similar to the ZX-10R when considering the resale value of up to 99% of the original tag.
Ducati Scrambler 800 Icon - 93% (MSRP: $10,995)
The Ducati Scrambler 800 Icon comes under the sport-cruiser category and costs $10,995 for the base trim. Like the other Ducati bikes, it's also extremely attractive and extremely powerful. As the name suggests, the Scrambler 800 Icon has an L-Twin 800 cc engine that works with a 6-speed transmission and generates 73 horsepower.
The bike also comes with a number of great features, such as multiple ride modes, traction control for wet surfaces, cornering ABS for sharp braking, and a 4.3" TFT color display with intuitive controls. And you don't just get a sporty and fun ride but also a good 93% of the base value on reselling.
Harley-Davidson Road King - 92% (MSRP: $24,000)
Costing just over $24,000, the 2023 Harley-Davidson Road King is powered by the Milwaukee Eight 114 (1868 cc) engine, generating 93 horsepower and a max torque of 116 lb-ft and comes complete with everything from floorboards to saddlebags to a comfortable passenger seat.
The Road King has a standard storage capacity of 19 gallons, as well as great safety features, including vehicle hold control, ABS, electronically linked braking, cornering enhanced traction control, and cornering enhanced drag-torque slip control. Like most Harleys, a well-maintained Road King can easily bag you 92% value on reselling too.
BMW K 1600 Grand America - 90% (MSRP: $28,130)
The BMW K 1600 Grand America is one of the best touring bikes on the market. Like the luxury cars produced by BMW, the Grand America is also very comfortable and smooth driving long distances.
The base cost for the latest model is $28,130, and the bike has all the qualities to back that price up. It has a powerful 6-speed 1649 cc engine that delivers 160 horsepower and a max torque of 132.7 lb-ft. It also comes with heated seats, hill start control, engine brake control, traction control, 29.5 gallons of storage space, and navigation. It also has a resale value of 90%.
Indian Pursuit Elite - 90% (MSRP: $39,999)
A high-end tourer from Indian Motorcycle, the Pursuit Elite is capable of matching the Harleys and giving them a run for their money. Costing $39,999, this bike has a behemoth 108 cu-in (1768 cc) engine that churns out 122 horsepower and 131 lb-ft of torque.
The Pursuit Elite features adjustable fairings, a power windshield, heated seating, and adjustable rear suspension. It also has multiple ride modes, cruise control, rear cylinder deactivation and a large 7" TFT screen with navigation, temperature readings, weather/traffic reports, and pretty much everything you may want to know. Combine it with a 90% resale value, and this becomes an amazing ride and investment.
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R - 99% (MSRP: $18,799)
Another sports bike by Kawasaki, the Ninja ZX-10R is a lightweight, sleek, yet very powerful bike with a 998 cc inline 4-cylinder engine, capable of generating 203 horses, sustaining a top speed of 163 mph, and hitting 0-60 in just 3.6 seconds.
Although at $18,799, it's a bit steeper in price than the Kawasaki bikes that came before, it more than makes up for that with a long list of amazing features, such as engine brake control, cruise control, launch control, multiple power modes, ABS, and smartphone connectivity. It also re-sells well, with a well-maintained unit getting you up to 99% of the original price.
Harley CVO Road Glide Limited - 91% (MSRP: $52,999)
The CVO Road Glide Limited is a high-end touring bike launched to commemorate Harley's 120th anniversary. Harley-Davidson has perfected the art of making luxury touring bikes, and it isn’t easy for any bike maker to match them. With a Milwaukee-Eight 117 (1923 cc) engine generating 105 horsepower and 126 lb-ft of torque, the CVO Road Glide Limited is a beast of a bike.
It comes with heated Alcantara seats, heated hand grips, commemorative paint, a frame-mounted fairing, a large 10" TFT screen with Bluetooth integration… and a number of safety features, including traction control, drag-torque slip control, cornering ABS, hill hold control, and tire pressure monitoring system. You also get a 91% resale value on the original $52,999 price!
BMW R18 Transcontinental - 90% (MSRP: $23,995)
Another tourer with a great value-to-money proposition from a well-renowned maker, the BMW R18 Transcontinental costs $23,995 and has a 6-speed transmission, twin-cylinder 1800 cc boxer engine (good for 91 horsepower and 116 lb-ft of torque), and a high-resolution 10.25" TFT display with numerous intelligent features including navigation.
The R18 Transcontinental also packs Dynamic Cruise Control, Automatic Stability Control, Reverse Assist, Hill Start Control, and Engine Brake Control to ensure a fully controlled ride. You can also opt for the Marshall Gold Series 2 (a high-end audio system with six speakers) to ride in absolute pleasure. Reselling this bike can get you up to 90% of the original value.
Indian Challenger Elite - 91% (MSRP: $35,999)
With only 150 units made, the 2023 Indian Challenger Elite is a highly exclusive motorcycle with a resale value of 91%. This bike's engine and power output are similar to the Pursuit Elite (1768 cc and 122 hp), and almost all features are similar. Both bikes have a 7” TFT screen, multiple ride modes, cruise control, ABS, Brembo brakes, adjustable passenger floorboards, and keyless ignition.
The main difference lies in the storage capacity of the two bikes. The Pursuit Elite can store a little over 36 gallons of stuff, whereas the Challenger Elite has only 18.6 gallons of storage space. There is a price difference as well, with the Challenger Elite costing $35,999.
Suzuki Hayabusa - 99% (MSRP: $18,799)
One of the best sports bikes around, the Suzuki Hayabusa is a legendary name and probably the most famous bike produced by Suzuki. With a base price of $18,799, the Hayabusa comes power-packed with a 1340 cc DOHC inline-4 engine that delivers a staggering 190 horsepower.
Over the years, the bike's look has changed, and the latest design has a muscular, sporty stance with a logo etched on the front. The Hayabusa comes with multiple ride modes, ABS, as well as anti-lift, traction, launch, cruise, and engine brake control. It means it's not just power-packed but also fully controllable. It also has an astonishing resale value of 99%.
Harley-Davidson Ultra Limited - 92% (MSRP: $29,999 )
Another lavish tourer by Harley-Davidson, the Ultra Limited has a powerful Milwaukee-Eight 114 (1868 cc) V-Twin engine generating a serious 114 lb-ft of torque. The bike is considered one of the brand's most advanced touring models thanks to its assortment of features.
For instance, it has a 10.25" Boom Box GTS infotainment system with integrated audio support, navigation, and intercom between rider and passenger. The comfort features include a responsive suspension, an electronic cruise control, and heated hand grips, while the safety features include ABS, electronic hold braking, vehicle hold control, cornering enhanced traction, and drag-torque slip control (to name a few). The bike also has a good 92% resale value!
Kawasaki Vulcan Voyager ABS - 91% (MSRP: $19,299)
If you think Kawasaki can only make good sports bikes, you better think again. The Vulcan Voyager ABS is a touring motorcycle with form and function perfected. With an MSRP of $19,299, this bike gives you great value for money, besides a nice 91% payback on reselling.
The Vulcan Voyager ABS has a 1700 cc V-twin engine that churns out 100 lb-ft of torque and is cooled by both liquid and air. It also has cruise control, electronic throttle valves, K-ACT ABS (Kawasaki's advanced coactive-braking technology), a stellar audio system, a frame-mounted fairing, and a storage capacity of 10 gallons with an additional 13 gallons coming from a lockable tail trunk.
Honda Rebel 1100T - 93% (MSRP: $11,299)
The Honda Rebel 1100T is an upgrade on the Rebel 500. Costing $11,299 for the base trim and a resale value of 93%, the bike is powered by a 1083 cc parallel-twin engine that produces 81 horsepower and 72 lb-ft of torque while working with a 6-speed transmission.
The Rebel 1100T has a blacked-out appearance (bodywork, engine covers, forks, muffler, and frame), nitrogen-filled remote-reservoir shocks in the rear, cruise control, wheelie control, and ABS. The bike ensures a low center of gravity and a super comfortable riding posture. And don't forget those million-dollar bagger-style cruiser looks!
Suzuki M109R BOSS - 96% (MSRP: $15,599)
The Suzuki M109R BOSS is a muscular-looking, high-powered bike for the long road. With a base price of $15,599, it has a 1783 cc V-Twin engine delivering up to 125 horsepower and going 0-60 mph in 3.65 seconds, making it one of the fastest cruisers in the world.
The bike comes with all-black engine covers, handlebars, and levers, with contrasting colors in the body, giving it an attractive look. As a matter of fact, BOSS is an acronym for "Blacked Out Special Suzuki." Besides the performance and the looks, the M109R also brings a 96% resale value on its original price.
Honda CRF1100L Africa Twin Adventure Sports ES - 92% (MSRP: $18,830)
A sports off-roader by Honda, the CRF1100L is meant for adventure and thrill seekers across the world. Costing around $18,830, this lightweight bike has a 1084 cc engine working with a 6-speed gearbox and generating a power output of 101 horsepower.
The bike has a cartridge-type inverted telescopic fork suspension with a dial-style preload adjuster at the front. In the rear end, it has a gas-charged damper with a hydraulic dial-style preload adjuster, which makes it perfect for off-roading. It is also loaded with tech and has an intelligent infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility. On resale, you can recoup 92% of the original tag.
Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide - 87% (MSRP: $51,999)
A similar bike to the Road Glide, the Harley-Davidson CVO Tri Glide differs by having three wheels rather than two. Considering that a rider needs to feel as comfortable as possible while traveling long distances, the Tri Glide does just that with its three wheels and a plethora of features.
Costing about $51,999, the bike has a twin-cooled Milwaukee-Eight 117 (1923 cc) engine providing 103 horsepower. Standard features include traction control, cornering enhanced ABS, drag-torque slip control, tire pressure monitoring system, and a stellar audio system. The resale value of the CVO Tri Glide is 87% of the original price.
Kawasaki Z400 - 99% (MSRP: $5,399)
With a starting tag of $5,399, the Kawasaki Z400 is a relatively cheap sports bike. It has a lightweight build, an upright riding posture, and a sporty 399 cc engine mated with a 6-speed transmission. Though the bike can only produce 44 horsepower and 28 lb-ft of torque, its nimble handling and responsive power delivery make for an enjoyable ride.
The Z400 also has a slipper clutch, an anti-lock braking system, a telescopic front fork, and a swingarm rear suspension. On a well-maintained Z400, you can get up to 99% of the original value.
Indian Scout Rogue - 90% (MSRP: $12,749)
The Indian Scout Rogue is a popular and stylish cruiser from Indian Motorcycle. It costs $12,749 and gives its owner a 90% cashback on reselling. The bike has an 1133 cc engine mated with a 6-speed transmission, delivering 100 horses at the crank and has lots of other features as well.
You have a telescopic fork suspension in the front, dual shocks in the rear, and gigantic disc brakes on both wheels. There is no infotainment deck, but you do have a digital tachometer, odometer, and engine temperature scale. The Scout Rogue is perfect to be used for both local commuting and mid-to-long-distance cruising.
Yamaha YZ450FX - 87% (MSRP: $15,899)
The Yamaha YZ450FX is one of the best options on the off-road bike market. With its light, smart design and a 450 cc engine that can be adapted for different tracks, it costs you $15,899 for the base model. And on reselling, you can recoup about 87% of the original value.
The bike has telescopic fork suspensions at the front and swingarm suspensions at the rear. It also has a 5-speed transmission and comes with a PowerTuner app that allows you to configure fueling and ignition timing before uploading it to the bike through the inbuilt wifi system.
Honda Shadow Phantom - 97% (MSRP: $7,999)
The Honda Shadow Phantom is similar to the Indian Chief in design and style. Costing $7,999, it has a 745 cc liquid-cooled V-Twin four-stroke engine working with a 5-speed gearbox to produce 44.6 horsepower and 47.9 lb-ft of torque.
The bike has adjustable suspension, programmed fuel injection, tank-mounted gauges, and a low seat height for comfortable sailing. All in all, when you consider its affordable pricing and stylish build, the Shadow Phantom comes out as a decent bike for local commuting. You also get a nice 97% value back on reselling it in a well-maintained condition.
Ducati Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini - 100+% (MSRP: $68,000)
A product of both Ducati and Lamborghini, the Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini is a super sports bike. It combines the technology, design, and performance prowess of both companies to produce a high-powered, high-speed bike that costs about $68,000.
The Streetfighter V4 Lamborghini has a 6-speed 1103 cc powertrain that generates a mind-boggling 208 horsepower. The bike has traction, slide, and wheelie control… in addition to multiple ride modes, Ducati quick shift, electronic Ohlins suspensions, and a steering damper. All in all, it's a very high-end bike, and since it was created in limited numbers, reselling it will always be profitable!