Power: 193bhp Engine: 1441cc Economy: 38mpg
Nowt quite like a ZZR. New revvy litre bikes may have more horses but can’t touch the 1400’s luxurious, planet-shrinking thrust. It’ll devour motorways with effortless class and despite girth it handles – steering and accuracy are far better than Suzuki’s rival (and defunct) Hayabusa. And now the ZZR is leaving. The final hyperbike will sadly be discontinued next year, so this is your last chance to experience its heady mix of performance and refinement. List for the Performance Sport version (Öhlins, Akrapovic) is £15,849, but go for a 2019 model (better colours, actually) and pay under £14k. Regular 2020 ZZRS have £600 off, too.