Breezing through busy Indian streets is a challenge you’re bound to face, no matter which city you live in. Most Indians prefer using a bike since they are cheap, easy to maintain, and suitable for Indian climate and roads. For daily use, the following bikes are the best ones you can buy in 2020.
1. Bajaj Pulsar
Pulsar is easily the highest selling 150cc bike in India. It comes with a carburettor-based fuel delivery system, a digital twin spark ignition system, a wet multi-plate clutch, and is air-cooled. This mean machine offers an incredibly high mileage of 65 kmpl. Its muscular and compact design also makes it attractive to buyers. Usual ex-showroom prices for this bike range from Rs. 65,000 – 70,000.
2. Hero Splendor Plus
This is one of the oldest Indian bikes and holds a very strong market. This bike has a 97.2cc air-cooled, single-cylinder 4 stroke engine with a mileage of 80.6 kmpl. The usual ex-showroom price for this bike ranges from Rs. 51,000 – 57,000.
3. Royal Enfield Classic 350
Famous for its Anglo-Indian bikes, Royal Enfield manufactures some excellent machines. The Classic 350 comes with a 346cc engine, a transistorized coil ignition, a wet multi-plate clutch, and a carburettor-based fuel delivery system. Prices start at Rs. 1.5 lakhs.
4. Yamaha YZF R15 V3
This bike comes with a 155cc engine, a fuel injection system, a transistor-controlled ignition, and a chain drive. Prices start at Rs. 1.4 lakhs.
5. Yamaha FZ S V3
Another 150cc commuter, this bike comes with a multiple-disc clutch, a fuel injection system, an LED headlamp, and a chain drive transmission type. Ex-showroom for this bike price begins at around Rs. 98,000.
6. Honda CB Shine
Honda CB Shine has a 125cc engine, a carburettor-based fuel delivery system, and a wet multi-plate clutch. Ex-showroom prices are around Rs. 60,000.
7. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
This bike is a premium 150cc commuter with a transistor-controlled ignition and an oil-based cooling system. Ex-showroom price starts at Rs. 92,000.
8. TVS Apache RTR 160
This model of Apache comes with a 160cc engine and an IDI-dual mode digital ignition. The ex-showroom price starts at Rs. 87,000.
9. Bajaj Pulsar NS 200
This model of Pulsar comes with a 199.5cc single cylinder 4-stroke engine that gives a mileage of 36.1 kmpl. Ex-showroom price for this model starts at Rs. 1 lakh.
10. KTM 200 Duke
KTM 200 Duke has a 199.5cc single cylinder 4-stroke DOHC engine. It gives a mileage of 35 kmpl and has a 11 L fuel tank. The usual ex-showroom price for this bike starts at Rs. 1.5 lakhs.
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