As we know, in India people’s tendency is money oriented greater than other objects. In India, there are a lot of people who buys expensive motor bikes but the large number of people wants to buy a budget bike for heavy and strong use with perfect sight and less expensive. If we alter the matter of service charges of particulars from this discussion, we find that fuel charges is a great impact which decides the sale (loot) of bikes in India. So, we have bring a list of top 10 bikes which fulfill the all terms and conditions of a middle and business class (use for business purpose) that are mentioned before buying such types of objects.
Hero Splendor iSmart
A technology advanced version of India’s favorite bike, the Splendor, the iSmart comes with start/stop technology which has helped it in achieving a fuel efficiency rating of very impressive 102.50 kmpl. This bike is the number one choice for the person who wish to buy a familiar bike by all point of view like look, design, budget and mileage.
- Price: INR 50,000-INR 51,000 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 102.50 kmpl
- Specifications: 97cc, 7.6 bhp, 8Nm
- Color: Heavy Grey, Leaf green, Excellent Blue and Sport Red. All are dual tone colors.
Indian two-wheeler manufacturer TVS Motor Company has launched the 2017 Sport with the BS-IV engine and a 35 Watt Auto Headlamp On feature (AHO). The 2017 TVS Sport is priced at Rs 37,580 for the kick start/spoke wheel model, and Rs 43,236 for the kick start/ alloy wheel model. The self-start/alloy wheel trim carries a price tag of Rs 46,924. All prices are Ex-showroom (Delhi).
The newly launched TVS Sport is offered in seven colour options. Black Silver, Indigo Streak, Mercury Grey, Blaze Red, Volcano Red, Dazzling White and Electric Green
The 2017 TVS Sport draws power from a 99.77cc 4-stroke Duralife engine producing 7.7bhp and 7.8Nm of peak torque. The engine is coupled to a 4-speed gearbox.
Up front, the motorcycle features telescopic forks and a 5-step adjustable twin suspension at the rear. Braking duties are carried by a 130mm drum and 110mm setup at the front and rear respectively.
- Price: INR 39,000-INR 49,000 (Ex-showroom, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 95 kmpl
- Specifications: 99.77 cc, 7.8 ps@7500 rpm, 7.8Nm @5500 rpm
- Color: Flaming Red,Blaze Red, Electronic Green, Mercury Grey, Dazzling White, Indigo Streak.
Hero Splendor Pro Classic
India’s very own cafe racer for the masses is easily one of the most interesting bikes to come out of Hero MotoCorp’s desing house in recent times. Based on the Splendor Pro the bike gets classic cafe racer styling and retro features like the round tail lamp and headlamp. Being a cafer racer, the Splendor Pro Classic can seat only one individual which hurts its commuter bike credentials. Powered by the same single cylinder 97.2 cc motor as the Splendor Pro, the bike returns healthy mileage of 93.21 kpl.
- Price: INR 50,500 (ex-showroom, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 93.21 kpl
- Specification: 97.2cc, 8.2 bhp & 8.05 Nm
- Color: Red, Maroon and carbon black.
Hero Splendor Pro
The second most iteration of the popular Hero Splendor on this list, the Splendor Pro returns a very impressive mileage of 93.21 kpl. Powered by a 97.2 cc single cylinder motor, the Splendor Pro produces 8.2 bhp @ 8,000 rpm and 8.05 Nm @ 5,000 rpm. Styling is typical commuter bike like and looks very plain. Hero offers a black alloy variant as well to add some sportiness.
- Price: INR 47,650-50,100 (ex-showroom, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 93.21 kpl
- Specification: 97.2cc, 8.2 bhp & 8.05 Nm
- Color: Black Purple, Black with Red, Heavy Grey, Shield Gold, Cloud Silver, Candy Blazing Red, Palace Maroon, Black Monotone.
Hero Glamour FI
Hero MotoCorp unveiled the new 2017 Hero Glamour in Argentina in January 2017. This was Hero MotoCorp’s first ever global product launch. With the launch of the New Glamour (called ‘Ignitor’ in Central & South American markets), the Indian two wheeler manufacturer now has a presence in 35 countries. The new 2017 Hero Glamour is on sale in India. The 125 cc single cylinder engine that powers the new Glamour 2017 model is BS IV compliant. It puts out a max power of 11.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 11 Nm @ 6500 rpm. In comparison to the older model, the new 2017 Glamour makes 27% more power and 6% more torque. The bike also benefits from Hero’s i3s stop start technology that should help enhance the bike’s mileage.
- Price: INR 72,355 (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 81 kmpl
- Specifications: 124.8 cc, 9 bhp@7000 rpm, 10Nm@4000 rpm.
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India’s latest commuter in the Indian market is christened as the Honda Livo. The bike is inspired from the Dream Yuga and shares most of its characteristics with it. It is powered by a 109.19cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that cranks out 8.42PS of power and 9.09Nm of torque. Talking about visuals, the bike is equipped with tank shrouds that look premium. The bike gives a tough competition to other leading 110cc commuters such as Hero Passion Pro, Ma hindra Pantero and TVS Star City Plus. The Honda Livo retails at 60,293 (On-road, Delhi) and is available in two variants: Drum and Disc. The Livo provides a mileage of 74kmpl with a fuel tank capacity of 8.5 litres and runs on a 4-gear system and reaches a top speed of 86kmph.
- Price: INR 56,576 (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 74 kmpl
- Specifications: 109.19 cc, 8.2 bhp @7500 rpm, 8.63 Nm @5500 rpm
- Color: Athletic Blue Metallic, Black, Sunset Brown Metallic, and Matt Axis Grey Metallic.
The new entrant in the V Series from Bajaj is primarily a smaller version of V15 that weighs slightly less than its elder sibling at 133kg (kerb weight). It derives power from the downsized version of 149cc engine used in V15. Transmission duties are taken care of by the conventional five-speed manual unit. Taking inspiration from the V15 model, the lower capacity V12 commuter is available at a price point of Rs 56,283 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Similar to the V15 in terms of design and looks, V12 gets slimmer tyres, redesigned alloy wheels and is bereft of front disc units. Power is drawn by the125cc, single cylinder petrol engine, essentially a stripped down version of 149cc unit used in V15. Mated to the five-speed manual transmission, the commuter makes 10.7bhp and 11Nm of torque.
It borrows most of the features from the elder sibling V15 save for some equipment such as the new 5-spoke alloy wheels and drum brakes in place of 240mm disc units. Even the tyres are slimmer measuring 100/90 instead of 120/90 offered with the V15. Other than the aforementioned features, the bike also gets similar instrument cluster, body graphics, chrome-tipped matte black exhaust pipe, foot pegs, saree guard, grab rail and removable cowl at rear. In the 125cc segment, the premium commuter fields against rivals including Hero Glamour 125, Yamaha Saluto and Honda CB Shine SP.
- Price: INR 60,541 (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 70 kmpl
- Specifications: 124.5 cc, 10.5 bhp@ 7500 rpm, 10.9 Nm @5500 rpm
- Color: Ebony Black, Pearl White, Red and Ocean Blue.
Honda CB Shine SP
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) has already made its intentions of dethroning Hero MotoCorp as the largest selling two wheeler manufacturer in India quite clear. They seem to be taking a very aggressive approach as evident from the REVFEST, which witnessed the launch of multiple models across 8 cities simultaneously. Now, Honda has launched the new Honda CB Shine SP to further consolidate its position in the ultra competitive 125cc executive commuter segment. This launch happens just months after the launch of the Honda Livo 110cc commuter bike. The new Honda CB Shine SP is the logical successor of the Honda Shine and here, the short details on the new model Honda CB Shine SP 125cc motorcycle.
- Price: INR 64,400 Top Variants (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 65 kmpl
- Specifications: 124.73 cc, 10.57 bhp@7500 rpm, 10.3 Nm @5500 rpm
- Color: Black, Athletic Blue Metallic, Pearl Amazing White, Rebel Red Metallic, Greny Grey Metallic.
Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS
bout Pulsar 135 LS. The Bajaj Pulsar 135LS is the entry level model in the Pulsar range, which caters to customers looking for a commuter bike with a sporty character. … The motorcycle gets a 135cc, single cylinder air-cooled engine four valve engine that produces 13.56bhp and 11.4Nm of torque.
- Price: INR 61,052 (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 64 kmpl
- Specifications: 135 cc, 13 bhp@9000 rpm, 11 Nm @7500 rpm
- Color: Midnight Black, Plasma Blue, Cocktail Wine Red.
Honda CB Unicorn
Honda has passed on the GST benefits to its customers and prices for its two-wheelers have dropped between Rs 300 and Rs 700 depending on the state of purchase. 2016 is the year when Honda’s Unicorn 150 not just returned to the market but, since its relaunch, it has become even more popular with masses than it was in its first outing. It is no small feat when you consider the Unicorn 150 is technologically inferior to the Unicorn 160. The popularity of the Unicorn 150 has now led Honda to introducing the BS IV-compliant version of the motorcycle.
- Price: INR 68,004 (Ex-showroom price, New Delhi)
- Mileage: 60 kmpl
- Specifications: 149.2 cc, 12.73 bhp@8000 rpm, 12.80 Nm@5500 rpm
- Color: Red, Grey and Black.