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Rs. 205,000 On the Road Price

Dandugama

محمد حسني
  • 25,000 Km

owener name- Mohamed Haneef bike in condition,

Rs. 116,000

Colombo

Firdows
  • 7,000 Km

DEMAK BIKES FOR MALESIA. Brand New Condition Bikes. SP BDY-17XX Rinos 125 Model Bike. Self start. Front dish brake. 125 cc, Or 7000Km Warranty.

Rs. 83,000 Negotiable

Panadura

Alhamd Minimart
  • 10,000 Km

A good bike, well maintained

Rs. 85,000 Negotiable

Piliyandala

Priyanath Samarasinghe
  • 39,925 Km

First owner

Rs. 167,000 Negotiable

Kurunegala

Riz Khan
  • 13,700 Km

This Yellow Honda Motorcycles Dio 2015 is exceptional value at just Rs.167000. The car has a Tiptronic transmission system and has traveled 13700km to get to you. You won't find a better deal a...

Rs. 250,000

Nugegoda

Praveendanuja Praveendanuja
  • 14,000 Km

BCY Bike is in good condition 95% All the services done properly Tyres are good Kmpl 50 Red Well maintained

Rs. 155,000 Negotiable

Colombo

Buddhi Hettiarachchi
  • 16,000 Km

BCG-xxxx Itha hodin nadaththu kara atha Mudal hadisiyak nisa wikunami Call 0712092765/0788997164

Rs. 175,000 On-site Finance Available

Colombo

Buddhi Hettiarachchi
  • 40,000 Km

Itha hodin nadaththu kara atha BAT-xxxx Mudal Hadisiyak nisa wikunami Call 0712092765/0788997164

Ask for price

Sri Lanka

Hybrid Motors
  • 26,000 Km

Hero Pleasure Bike for Sale

Rs. 370,000 Negotiable

Panadura

Pradeepam Fernando
  • 25,000 Km

EFI engine. 95 petrol has being used from beginning and good fuel consumption. 1st Owner Good performance.

Rs. 78,000 Negotiable

Kalutara

Mohamed Fazlan
  • 28,000 Km

TVS has delivered quality for years and this bike is no exception. This TVS Star Sport 2011 2011 has travelled a total of 28000km as well as other great features. Priced at Rs.78000, this bike i...

Rs. 80,000 Negotiable

Nittambuwa

Sanjeewa
  • N/A

hodama thawaya atha .kesema aduwik na

Rs. 94,000 Negotiable

Colombo

Thushara Nuwan
  • 32,540 Km

hodatm tiyenawa. kisima awlak na. orginal pelent. new batari. WN.xxxx nambare.

Rs. 148,000 Negotiable

Kurunegala

Riz Khan
  • 20,000 Km

This Black Honda Motorcycles Dio 2013 is exceptional value at just Rs.148000. The car has a Tiptronic transmission system and has traveled 20000km to get to you. You won't find a better deal an...

Rs. 95,000 Negotiable

Padeniya

Ranathunga
  • N/A

Excellent Running Conditions Brand new rear Tire Front disk brake Price slightly negotiable after inspection only Please call only if you are a serious buyer

Rs. 260,000 Drive Away

Kaduwela

Nipuna Galkolage
  • 19,000 Km

Mint Condition Serviced Very Recently Free Pulsar Power Jacket And Helmet

Rs. 150,000 Negotiable

Badulla

Madusanka
  • 20,000 Km

Bajaj platina 100 BCR-xxxx 1st owner New tyres Accident free Self start No any damages Verry good condition vehicle

Rs. 50,000

Ragama

Dharmapriyeuwp
  • 71,278 Km

Yamaha Fazer 125cc, 71000km, 2005 model year, Good Condition Clear Document I do not want to be contacted by telemarketers.

Rs. 158,000 Negotiable

Kalagedihena

Anshaq
  • 17,800 Km

Bike in Good condition. Original paint. New two tyears. Betray good. Engine 100% Good. 100% Body condition. All documents are clear. License insurance up to date. Open papers. LADY kenk used kar...

Rs. 90,000 Negotiable

Panadura

Pathum Dilusha
  • 19,350 Km

Hero has delivered quality for years and this car is no exception. This Hero Pleasure 2012 has travelled a total of 19350km and features a Automatic transmission system as well as other great f...

Rs. 275,000 Negotiable

Gampaha

Romesh48 Romesh48
  • 7,167 Km

-Brand new condition, original mileage -First owner -Original tyres, battery -Home used -55 km/l -License & Insurance up to date -Immediate sale for migration -Genuine buyers only

Rs. 225,000 Negotiable

Gampaha

Nuwan Atulage
  • 51,000 Km

This Red colored Yamaha FZ – 16 2012 is a fantastic deal at just Rs.230000. It comes with a Manual transmission system and has 51000km on the clock. This is a bargain you can't afford to miss s...

Rs. 118,000 Negotiable

Kurunegala

Riz Khan
  • 65,000 Km

This Red colored Hero Hunk 2012 is a fantastic deal at just Rs.118000. It comes with a Tiptronic transmission system and has 65000km on the clock. This is a bargain you can't afford to miss so ...

Rs. 55,000

Gonawala

Hasantha Mihindhukulasuriya
  • 2,177 Km

Money Urgent All in good condition Engine is in good condition Meter has replaced

Rs. 110,000 Negotiable

Koswatta Rd

Amila Sandaruwan
  • 92,000 Km

service eka karala tynne.all document clear.bike eka hoda condition eke tyenawa.

Rs. 207,000 Negotiable

[no name]

Arhamahamed07 Arhamahamed07
  • 45,000 Km

Mint condition Best running Well modified

Rs. 95,000 Negotiable

Gampaha

Vish Warnakulasooriya
  • 60,000 Km

Good running condition for more details please call the given phone number

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New and used Motorbikes for sale in Sri Lanka

The legacy of the two wheel motorcycles, which we have come to love here in Sri Lanka, is as old as the automotive industry itself. There is no clear consensus of what or who built the first motorcycle, due to the varieties of technologies used at that time, but it is widely credited that a British inventor named Edward Butler, in 1884 built one of the first commercial designs for a motorcycle, which was a three-wheeled bicycle that he named as the Butler Petrol Cycle. The Daimler Reitwagen, which was built in 1885 by the German designers Gottlieb Daimler and Wilhelm Maybach is also considered as one of the first true motorcycles, for that it was a two wheeler and ran on a gasoline powered internal combustion engine.

However, it should also be noted that there are earlier designs of motorized two wheelers that used alternate steam powered engines, such as the French Michaux-Perreaux steam velocipede (1867) and the American Roper steam velocipede (1867). Nevertheless, since these did not use petroleum internal combustion engines, they are not considered true motorcycles as we see today.

Motorcycles in Sri Lanka

The very first motorcycles were brought to Sri Lanka at the time when the country was under the British Monarch. However, very little information about these vehicles survive today. What was clear is that the use of the Motorcycles in our island took off at the time of the Second World War, when they were largely brought to the country to be used by the British Armed Forces.

After the independence of Sri Lanka, the motorcycles gained a gradual popularity in the country, due to its versatility, highly favorable fuel economy and very affordable price margins that fit the needs of many Sri Lankans. Today the motorbikes represents the largest proportion of any vehicle type driven in Sri Lanka. Unlike cars, vans or SUV’s, the bike segment is largely dominated by Indian manufacturers, mainly due to their cheap price margins and are closely competed by the Japanese bike makers, for the high-end motorcycle segment. Similar to other vehicles, the motorbikes are also imported to the country through official distributors. These merchants provide servicing as well as aftersales support for their customers. Third party suppliers also provide a significant service and import both spare parts as well as accessories depending on the consumer demand.

05 Things to Consider When Buying a Motorbike in Sri Lanka

  1. When considering to by a motorcycle for your personal use, one of the first things you should think about is whether to buy a standard motorbike or a scooter. The majority of people would go for a standard bike, but if you are a commuter mostly within a city, then buying a scooter could be more beneficial in the long term. Such scooters are easier to ride and easier to maneuver, and has the added advantage of having cargo compartments that can be helpful for typical families
  2. Another aspect to consider is whether to buy a brand new bike, or a reconditioned / used This will depend on how you will be using your bike and for what duration. If you are a long distance commuter and carry another passenger with you for most of the time, then going for a brand new one would be the best choice
  3. Most Sri Lankans, who decide to buy a bike instead of a car, do so not because they enjoy the ride, but simply because the bikes are cheaper and fuel-efficient compared to cars. However, it is still better to do your research to have an understanding of the level of fuel efficiency your desired model offers, as well as the minimum price for that model in Sri Lanka’s motorcycle market
  4. Regardless of whether you are buying a brand new bike or a used one, it is always best to do a check for any defects that might end up costing you in the long-term. Unlike cars, motorcycles do not have to pass strict regulations, which means the manufacturers are more focused on reducing the cost and increasing profits that might compromise on the quality aspect.
  5. Remember to do a thorough test ride, if possible more than once. Specifications of a vehicle might sound good on paper, but the only way to be sure is to test it in the real world.

Top 06 Best Selling Motorcycle Brands In Sri Lanka

These are the most popular motorcycle brands that produces Motorbikes, Cruisers, Sport Bikes, and Scooters, to be sold in Sri Lanka.

1. Yamaha

Established in 1955, the Yamaha Motor Company is today one of the leading motorcycle manufacturers in the world. Headquartered in Iwata, Shizuoka, Japan, the brand is also one of the most prominent motorbike brands found in Sri Lanka. It is widely regarded as a high-end brand by many Sri Lankan bike lovers with the Yamaha FZ16 and the Yamaha FZ-S being some of the most sort after motorcycles by the younger generation of our country. The Yamaha Ray scooter must also be mentioned, as it is the most popular scooter from the manufacturer to be sold in Sri Lanka.

Price of Best Selling Yamaha Bike

  • Yamaha FZ16 153 cc:  New bikes, around Rs. 377,000 Reconditioned or used bikes, between Rs. 225,000 to Rs. 325,000.
  • Yamaha FZ S 149 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 210,000 to Rs. 347,000.
  • Yamaha Ray 113 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 211,000 to Rs. 224,500
  • Yamaha Alpha 113 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 223,900 to Rs. 225,900
  • Yamaha Fazer 153 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 425,000
  • Yamaha R6 600 cc: Reconditioned or used bikes, between Rs. 1,050,000 to Rs. 1,400,000

2. Hero

Founded in 1984, the Hero MotoCorp Ltd., which was previously known as Hero Honda, has been a highly admired motorcycle brand in Sri Lanka. Based in Dharuhera, India, the company’s motorbikes are well known for durability, excellent fuel economy and competitive pricing, which have all resulted in it being a widely requested motorcycle brand in the country. Some of its highly popular models includes the Hero Hunk and the Hero Glamour for the working class as well as the Hero Pleasure scooter, which is increasingly becoming popular among Sri Lanka’s first time bike riders.

Price of Best Selling Hero Bike 

  • Hero Pleasure 102 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 204,990 to Rs. 209,990
  • Hero Hunk 149.2 cc:  New bikes, between Rs. 279,990 to Rs. 299,999
  • Hero Glamour 124.7 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 229,990 to Rs. 239,990
  • Hero Dawn 97.2 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 145,990 to Rs. 158,990
  • Hero Splendor iSmart 97.2 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 189,990 to Rs. 194,990

3. TVS

Founded in 1979, the TVS Motor Company saw rapid growth within the following decades, to become the third largest two-wheel vehicle manufacturer of India. As of 2015, it is also one of the top 10 two wheel vehicle manufacturers in the world. One of the main reasons for the brand to gain prominence in Sri Lanka is its reliable build quality, which helps riders to get to their intended destination without any hassle. Particularly the scooter varieties of TVS has been a hit in Sri Lanka with models such as the TVS Scooty Zes, the TVS Wego and the TVS Jupiter taking the top spot.

 Price of Best Selling TVS Bike

  • TVS Scooty Zest 110 cc : New bikes, between Rs. 195,000 to Rs. 240,900
  • TVS Wego 110 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 215,900 to Rs. 270,900
  • TVS Jupiter 110 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 218,000 to Rs. 218,500
  • TVS Metro 100 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 159,900 to Rs. 197,900
  • TVS Apache 177.4 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 293,900 to Rs. 344,000
  • TVS XL Super 70 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 102,000
  • TVS Phoenix 125 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 219,000

4. Bajaj

Without a doubt, the Bajaj motorcycles are a leading motorbike brand sold in Sri Lanka. First established in 1945, it has secured itself as a maker of reliable, low price and highly fuel efficient motorcycles that are a favorite among many middle class Sri Lankans today. Particularly its higher all-purpose offerings such as the Bajaj Pulsar, the Bajaj Platina and the Bajaj Discover have been a huge success among the countries younger generation, who wanted a well performing bike without breaking their bank in the process.

Price of Best Selling Bajaj Bike 

  • Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 259,000 to Rs. 460,400. Reconditioned or used bikes, between Rs. 155,000 to Rs. 260,000
  • Bajaj Platina 102 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 175,990 to Rs. 169,500
  • Bajaj Discover 124.6 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 160,000

5. Honda

There is no denying that if most young Sri Lankans could afford, then they would certainly buy a Honda sports bike, for their personal use. Established in 1948, Honda has been building motorcycles since 1955 and has attained the coveted position of being the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer since 1959. The success of Honda as a motorbike manufacturer is primarily due to its technology, which offers a superb built quality with an admirable fuel economy, yet to a competitive price range. Particularly the company’s scooters, such as the Honda Activa I and the Honda Activa are a hit in Sri Lanka.

Price of Best Selling Honda Bike 

6. Suzuki

Headquartered in Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Japan, the Suzuki Motor Corporation was first founded in 1909. The company has been manufacturing motorbikes since 1952 and has been a leading name in the bike world ever since. The Suzuki Hayabusa superbike has been one of the company’s greatest achievements to date, with the Hayabusa achieving the title of the fastest mass-produced legal superbike in the world. In Sri Lanka, the company has seen success with its all-purpose offerings such as the Suzuki GN as well as its scooters that includes the Suzuki Lets, which are highly popular among the Sri Lanka’s working class.

Price of Best Selling Suzuki Bike 

  • Suzuki GN 125 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 262,500. Reconditioned or used bikes, between Rs. 40,000 to Rs. 210,000
  • Suzuki Lets 112.8 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 206,000
  • Suzuki Gixxer 154.9 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 329,500 to Rs. 336,500
  • Suzuki SlingShot Plus 124 cc: New bikes, around Rs. 237,400
  • Suzuki Swish 125 124 cc: New bikes, between Rs. 219,000 to Rs. 224,000

Other notable motorcycle brands found in Sri Lanka includes the Amur Leopard, Bourget, Greeves, Harley Davidson , Hino, Hodaka, Hyosung, Indian, KTM, Kawasaki, MV Agusta Qingqi and Vincent.

Where to find Motorbikes for Sale in Sri Lanka

For those who are hoping to buy a brand new motorbike, the best option is to contact the authorized distributor of the bike model that you have decided to buy. Most of these distributors are based in and around Colombo, with the majority of them having an island wide branch network, to serve customers living in other regions of the country. Details of some of these distributors can be seen below.

Top motorcycle brands and their official distributors in Sri Lanka

Yamaha

  • Associated Motorways (Private) Limited.
  • Address: Corporate Head Office, No: 185, Union Place, Colombo 2, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)112309300, (+94)112433371 - 8
  • Fax: (+94)112449909, (+94)112304646
  • Email: mail@amwltd.com
  • Website: http://www.amwltd.com/

Hero

  • Abans Auto (Pvt) Ltd
  • Address: No. 498, Galle Road, Colombo 03, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)112565265, (+94)112376000
  • Fax: (+94)112263300
  • Email: cust_care@abans.com
  • Website: http://www.heromotocorp.com/en-lk/

TVS

  • TVS Lanka (Pvt) Ltd.
  • Address: No. 38, Old Negombo Road, Wattala, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)114600500
  • Fax: (+94)114614906
  • Email: info@tvslanka.lk
  • Website: http://www.tvslanka.lk/

Bajaj

  • David Pieris Motor Company Ltd.
  • Address: No. 75, Hyde Park Corner, Colombo 02, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)114700600
  • Fax: (+94)112687175
  • Email: info@dpmco.com
  • Website: http://www.dpmco.com/motor_company?sub=7

Honda

  • Stafford Motor Company (Pvt). Ltd.
  • Address: Corporate Office, No. 718/7, Maradana Road, Colombo 10, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)117607200
  • Fax: (+94)112686840/ (+94)112697423
  • Email: info@honda.lk
  • Website: http://www.honda.lk/

Suzuki

  • Suzuki Motors Lanka Ltd.
  • Address: No. 315, Deans Road, Colombo 10, Sri Lanka.
  • Telephone: (+94)112680724 - 5
  • Email: info@suzukilanka.com
  • Website: http://www.suzukimotorcyclessrilanka.com/

Buy your dream motorbikes at Carmudi Sri Lanka 

Apart from the official distributors, motorcycles are also imported to Sri Lanka through third party dealers. For those who want to by a reconditioned or used motorcycle as well as spare parts and accessories, can also contact these third party distributors to obtain what you need. To learn if such dealers operate in your city and the models they offer, check through the links given below.

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