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Looking to buy or upgrade your bike? Here are your top 5 options

Looking to buy or upgrade your bike? Here are your top 5 options

Bikes and two-wheelers have become a way of life. We are not exaggerating. Most people these days, irrespective of where they reside, have a bike. And, why not? It actually has made commuting extremely easy. This is the major reason why India is seeing a growth in the two-wheeler market. And we have all seen the transition of two-wheelers in India.

While you, too, may have an aspiration to buy yourself a two-wheeler, how would you do it? If you have saved up some in your little financial nest, then you are sorted. If you haven’t you can consider a two wheeler loan.

Like a car loan, a two-wheeler loan can be availed if you have plans to buy two-wheelers. Borrowers like you can approach lenders like Tata Capital, if you need a security-free two wheeler loan. They have listed the two-wheeler loan eligibility criteria.

If you meet all the eligibility criteria and have all your two-wheeler loan documentation ready, you can click here to apply for a two-wheeler loan online.

Well, now that you know managed the money part, let's see which two-wheeler you can buy. You can consider the following 5 models that we have detailed below before you avail a two-wheeler loan. You can evaluate these models and other models and perhaps wait for the launch before you apply for two-wheeler loan.

1. Yamaha MT 03:

The Yamaha MT 03 is a street bike designed for the bike buffs slated for launch in June 2019. This bike is the twin of the Yamaha YZF-R3. It boasts a muscular tank contrasted with a dainty tail lamp, a naked frame with sharp lines and a low riding seat position. The wide handlebar offers a stance comfortable for riding. Hosting the same configuration as the YZF-R3, the MT 03 is a powerhouse better than the YZF-R3 because of the naked bike frame. The price could be around the Rs 3 lakh mark.

2. Hero Leap Hybrid SES

From the Hero stable, you can expect the Leap Hybrid SES scooter that is quite revolutionary. The hybrid scooter boasts an 8kW Permanent magnet AC (PMAC) motor as well as a 124cc petrol engine as a range extender. The petrol engine drives an onboard generator to charge the lithium-ion batteries. You can charge the batteries through an ordinary wall socket. The scooter is available with an all-LED lighting system and the headlamp fits in snugly between the handlebars. This scooter may debut in April 2019 at a price range of Rs 74,000-100,000.

3. TVS Zeppelin

The TVS Zeppelin has the potential to shake up the motorcycle market. While the 220cc liquid-cooled motor gets support from an integrate Starter Generator providing more motive engine power, the looks of the motorcycle are the show stealer. It resembles a Ducati Diavel – a power cruiser in its own right. The Zeppelin hosts features that are refreshingly new for TVS models. Some of them include integrated action camera, gold-painted upside-down front forks, ‘bio-key’ speedometer, all-LED lighting and online connectivity. This incredible bike may debut in October 2019 at a price of Rs 1.5 – 1.8 lakh.

4. Honda CBR300R

The Honda CBR300R is a modified version of the CBR250R with a more powerful 286cc single-cylinder fuel injection liquid-cooled engine delivering 27Nm and 30bhp of power. The real difference though comes through with the twin-headlamp design. Standard features include a six-speed gearbox, disc brakes, CBS and ABS. The bike exudes Honda’s conservative styling. It is likely to debut in June 2019 between the Rs 2 lakh and 2.3 lakh price range.

5. Bajaj Pulsar 180NS

The Bajaj Pulsar 180NS creates anticipation in the executive bike rider because it promises extra zip for the staid urban commuter. The extra power would come from a liquid-cooled four-valve engine based on triple spark technology. The inspiration for the 180NS is the Pulsar 200NS. It clones its features such as slimmer sub-frame on a perimeter frame, crash guards, instrument cluster, alloy wheels, turn indicators, swing-arm, foot pegs and clip-on handlebar. The 180NS is slated to be launched in December 2019 at a price around the Rs 80,000 mark.

This is just the tip of the iceberg. There will definitely be many new launches in the year. So keep your options open and your mind free, as we can help you buy the bike you would really want with a two wheeler loan. Click to Know more about Tata Capital Two-wheeler Loan online.