This post is about the cost of power bikes in South Africa this 2022. We will give a list of different brands of power bikes in South Africa and their various prices, taking into cognizance whether they are brand new, tokunbo (foreign used) or locally used. All the information you need concerning the current prices of power bikes in the country currently will be discussed in this post as we continue, and we encourage you to read along.
Power bikes are very much loved in South Africa today and they come in different brands and designs that differentiate them from the normal, regular motorcycles on our roads. These impressively built machines with power engines that can propel them all the way are the kings of all bike types as seen in their designs, engines, speed and sound.
Power bikes are very popular among the young and elderly in South Africa, and as long as you can ride it, and follow the necessary safety precautions, you are good to go. As earlier mentioned, different brands of power bikes exist in the South African market, such as Suzuki, Yamaha, Honda, Kawasaki, to mention but a few, and based on what you want and most importantly, your budget, you can get your dream power bike.
You can find many power bike riders in major cities in the country, especially in Durban, Johannesburg, Port Harcourt, Owerri, etc. This is to tell you that most dealers of this sleek automobile are concentrated in cities where they can easily sell their products and if you need one of these power machines, you may have to do your checks and findings in major cities.
The power bike market in South Africa is still a growing market with the potential to expand further and become even bigger than what it is today. Surprisingly, not many people or dealers are into it as people think but the potential for its market expansion in South Africa is very huge, and with time, more and more dealers will spring up. That said, let us take a look at a few things you should know about power bikes before finally giving you the latest prices of power bikes in the South African market today.
POWER BIKES IN South Africa: THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW
Power bikes are very convenient for meeting your appointments in time considering the traffic situation in South Africa. They are very durable, and can comfortably move past traffic situations in major cities in the country especially Durban State. Power bikes are also very fast and not for the faint hearted, they can move up to speeds as high as 300 km/h, an interesting feature about them that makes them even faster than most on the road.
A major reason why power bikes are very fast is that their power engines are designed to carry two impressively built wheels without the added load of bearing the weight of up to four or five people, and the fact that they are not really regulated in terms of their speed limit makes it very easy for the biker to move at top speed, it is advised however, that the rider takes the necessary precautions while riding to avoid putting his life and the life of his passenger at risk.
MERITS OF POWER BIKES IN South Africa
The following are the merits/adv of power bikes in South Africa:
Power bikes are very fast automobiles that can easily get you to your destination in no time. Their speed is out of this works and you can be rest assured that your appointments will be met irrespective of how the traffic situation of a particular day might turn out.
Power bikes are very efficient and reliable in terms of getting you to your destinations. They are great alternatives for your cars and can withstand the pressures of South African roads. They can travel very far distances that even the best regular motor bikes cannot.
Power bikes are very durable and long lasting. They do not easily break down and can serve you for a really long time. They are designed with very quality tough parts that can withstand some level of pressure as well as resist damage.
Riding a power bike is safe as long as precautions are taken and protective clothing are worn. These machines are built for speed, and as such, they possess great balance. It is very rare to see a power bike lose its stand, and power bike related accidents in the country is very low.
The fun of gliding past vehicles on South African roads at top speeds gives you that adventure-like feel. This is what power bikes offer and the feeling is priceless.
DEMERITS OF POWER BIKES IN South Africa
The following are the demerits or down sides of power bikes in South Africa. They are:
Almost everyone in the country would love to own a power bike but these machines are very expensive as we shall see shortly. They may not be all that expensive for those who can afford them but considering the economic situation in the country, not many people can afford to buy a power bike even if they want to.
NOT FAMILY FRIENDLY
Power bikes are designed for two people only, making it not family friendly. People with kids cannot afford to ride with their entire family members at the same time even if they wanted to.
Spare parts are expensive and not many people are into the business making it a luxury that some people cannot really afford.
COST OF POWER BIKES IN South Africa 2022
The following are the current prices of power banks in South Africa this 2022. We shall be considering the cost of brand new power bikes as well as tokunbo (foreign used) and local South African used brands.
CURRENT COST OF BRAND NEW POWER BIKES IN South Africa TODAY
- Ducati Superbike 2018 (Brand New): R$ 179,000 – R$ 220,000
CURRENT COST OF TOKUNBO (FOREIGN USED) POWER BIKES IN South Africa TODAY
- Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike 2014 (Black): R$ 55,000 – R$ 68,000
- Kawasaki 600cc Power Bike: R$ 29,280 – R$ 51,000
- Kawasaki GPZ Power Bike: R$ 32,940 – R$ 33,672
- Yamaha YZF 2011: R$ 92,000 – R$ 128,000
- Yamaha R1 Power Bike: R$ 24,888 – R$ 32,940
- Yamaha R6 600cc Power Bike 2005: R$ 27,450 – R$ 44,000
- Yamaha MT-03 2010 660cc Power Bike (White): R$ 21,960 – R$ 32,940
- Honda 2002 900cc Power Bike: R$ 73,000 – R$ 92,000
- Honda CBR 600cc Power Bike: R$ 27,450 – R$ 40,000
- Ducati Monster 700cc Power Bike 2013: R$ 73,000 – R$ 92,000
- Harley Davidson 2014 Power Bike: R$ 190,000 – R$ 220,000
- BMW S-Series: R$ 128,000 – R$ 165,000
- BMW R-Series: R$ 29,280 – R$ 55,000
- Buell XB Series 2009: R$ 62,000 – R$ 92,000
- Qasa Qlink Power Bike: R$ 15,372 – R$ 21,960
CURRENT COST OF LOCALLY USED POWER BIKES IN South Africa TODAY
- Kawasaki 400cc Power Bike 2014 (Black): R$ 18,300 – R$ 29,280
- Kawasaki Vulcan 2010 Power Bike (Silver): R$ 31,110 – R$ 42,000
- Suzuki Gsxr 4000- 600 (Yellow) Manual Power Bike 2002: R$ 16,470 – R$ 25,620
- Sinoki Supra 150 Power Bike: R$ 5,490 – R$ 10,980
- Haojin Power Bike HJ-150-50 Fabio: R$ 5,490 – R$ 10,980
- Electric Power Bike: R$ 10,980 – R$ 17,568
- Suzuki Epicuro Power Bike: R$ 6,588 – R$ 11,712
- Yamaha YZF-R6 Power Bike (Black): R$ 4,392 – R$ 11,712
- Peugeot Power Bike (Blue): R$ 7,320 – R$ 13,908
- Honda Power Bike 900cc 2003: R$ 6,588 – R$ 17,568.