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Top 5 Affordable Bikes with Slipper Clutch in 2021

Top 5 Affordable Bikes with Slipper Clutch in 2021

Zooming across the streets on your bike is a truly exhilarating experience. Sure, speed feels good on the highway, but a sudden arrival of an obstacle can put you in danger. That’s where a slipper clutch can save the day. It is a mechanism that keeps the rear-wheel from locking-up when you suddenly apply brakes and downshift gears quickly. Thus, if an object appears in front of you unexpectedly, the slipper clutch helps prevent an accident.

Earlier, you could find a slipper clutch only on high-end sports-bikes. But today, it is available in relatively cost-effective bikes. Let’s have a look at five of the most affordable slipper clutch bikes in 2021.

Bajaj Dominar 400

The Dominar 400 is Bajaj’s flagship bike model. Along with the slipper-clutch provision, it is equipped with various innovative features such as all-digital instrumentation, USD upfront forks, dual-channel ABS, LED headlamp, striking looks and more.

The model dons a robust liquid-cooled, 373.3cc engine producing 35Nm of torque along with 40PS of power. The Bajaj Dominar 400’s ex-showroom price in Delhi is Rs 1.99 lakhs.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

Within a price range of Rs. 1.28 – 1.33 lakhs, the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is one of the most affordable bikes with slipper clutch in India. It is powered by a 197.75cc engine delivering 20.82PS of power at 8500rpm.

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has an all-digital instrument console with a smartphone connectivity option. Thus, you can access SMS/call and navigation seamlessly while riding. This panel also displays the trip meter, race telemetry, tachometer, lean angle, speed, etc. The bike sports tubeless tyres with double disc brakes.

Additional Read:  Best bikes for long rides in India

KTM RC 390

The KTM RC 390 packs a roaring 373.3cc engine. This liquid-cooled machine churns out 43.5PS of power at 9000rpm. It features the digital instrument cluster, dual-channel ABS, double disc brakes and a slipper clutch.

KTM RC 390, priced at Rs. 2.6 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi) is the most expensive bike on this list. You can easily avail of a bike loan from a trusted lender if you’re short on funds.

Yamaha R15

In addition to its remarkable design, the Yamaha R15 delivers good performance for a bike with a price tag of just Rs. 1.49 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). It has an LCD instrument panel, a 155cc engine and a slipper clutch for improved performance.

Additional Read:  Top 5 Yamaha Bikes Launching in 2021 in India

Honda H’Ness CB350

The CB350 is a classy-looking motorcycle with a powerful 348.36 single-cylinder engine that produces a peak torque of 30Nm. It houses a five-speed gearbox with assist and slipper clutch. The Honda H’Ness CB350 falls in a price range of Rs. 1.85 – 1.9 lakhs.

Final Thoughts

Looking to purchase a safe and affordable bike? Bring home the ride of your dreams with two-wheeler finance from Tata Capital. With two-wheeler interest rates starting at 10.75%, we offer swift processing and disbursements.

Secure loan amounts as high as Rs 3,00,000 and easily apply for a repayment tenure of up to five years with Tata Capital. Head over to our website and use our two wheeler loan EMI calculatorto plan your financing effectively.

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