Here, we are introducing india’s most popular bikes during the year 2016-17 among the users with their details:
The Bajaj V15
is the latest 150cc offering from Bajaj Auto for the Indian market. The bike has been positioned as a 150cc commuter offering and the fuel tank has been crafted using metal from INS Vikrant, the country’s first aircraft carrier.
Price- Rs. 63,311/-
- Honda Navi
Honda Navi, the infamous two-wheeler from HMSI grabbed skewed attention at the 2016 Auto Expo for its quirky looks that combine comfort of a scooter and ruggedness of a motorcycle. Initially confused as a bike, Navi, is a scooter at heart based on the popular model in the 110cc segment-Honda Activa. To reinforce its funky character, Honda has added a number of new elements to it like the tall handlebar, the edgy fuel tank cover, bold headlight etc. Navi is by far the boldest product from Honda India that targets the youth, looking for a funky two-wheeler as their daily commuting vehicle. Navi was unveiled at the 2016 Auto Expo and was officially launched in April 2016.
Price- Rs. 42,449/-
- Yamaha Fascino
The all-new Yamaha Fascino is a performer whose skill and virtuosity enthralls you with grace. And once you are in awe of its charming looks, you can’t step down without experiencing the power of its air-cooled, 4 stroke, single cylinder 113cc Blue Core engine resting under its extra-cushioned seat, designed for the everyday Indian commuter. The scooter also conceals a 21L of storage space, enough to accommodate a full-face helmet. Fascino is elegance in motion. And the first thing
to catch your eye is the chrome-plated front grill and rear view mirrors that bring back the retro times paired with its modern curves.
Price- Rs. 56,881/-
- Bajaj Avenger Street 150
The Bajaj Avenger Street 150 is the sm
allest displacement cruiser motorcycle on sale in India and also the cheapest cruiser offering. The styling of the Bajaj Avenger Street 150 is based on its 220cc sibling and so is the list of features.
Price- Rs. 83,127/-
- Honda CB Hornet 160R
Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) has launched its much-awaited 160cc bike – Honda CB Hornet 160R a few months back. The bike has been made available in two trims- Single Disc and Dual Disc with CBS, starting from Rs. 79,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It uses the same 160cc engine that is used to ser
ve its older sibling CB Unicorn 160 with 12 liter fuel tank capacity.
Price- Rs. 87,900/-
- Hero Duet
The leading Auto company Hero Moto Carp launched the new 110cc Hero Duet scooter with a metal body, superb styling and an unparalleled array of features.
In this scooter Viscous, Paper Pleated Type air filteration and Carburetor fuel system is used with a maximum speed 85 kmpl.
Price- Rs. 50,856/-
- Suzuki Gixxer
The first-gen Suzuki GSX-R started the race-replica production models trend internationally. The new Suzuki Gixxer has been specifically designed for India and its neighbouring regions with the focus being on styling, fuel efficiency and cost effective production. The muscular and stylishly sculpted fuel tank has great knee recess offering excellent grip giving the Gixxer a big bike feel and also has the segment standard 12-litre fuel capacity. There’s also the currently trending ‘3D’ Suzuki logo on the tank with edgy tank scoo
ps bearing the Gixxer nomenclature.
Price- Rs. 84,596/-
- Bajaj Avenger Street 220
The Bajaj Avenger 220 will be available in two variants – Cruise and Street variants. Bajaj has kept the basic design of the Avenger unchanged and new one is now available in two variants – Street and Cruise. The Street variant sees additions in the form of an all- black paint scheme with red highlights, mag wheels, black exhaust, black painted engine, new grab rail, new instrument cluster and much more. Now these changes might remind you of the Harle
y Street 750 but we guess that was the idea. The 220cc Bajaj Avenger is capable of putting out 18.76bhp and developing 17.5Nm of torque. The 220 Street comes with a bit more
chrome on it and the headlamps, side grabs and a handlebar are all dipped in it.
Price- Rs. 84,999/-
- Honda Livo
Honda Livo is designed for rural and urban commuters featuring the same 110cc petrol engine that powers CB shine. The modish commuter promises to yield impressive mileage. In terms of styling, the commuter seems to be afflated from the CB Twister, body panels on the Livo lend it an all new design. Honda Livo is also built on the same diamond frame as CB Twister whereas the 110cc, four stroke, single cylinder engine has been borrowed from CB Shine. Livo range includes two variants-self drum alloy and self disc alloys.
Price- Rs. 57,274/-
- Mahindra Gusto
It isn’t easy to catch fancy of buyers in the mass segment, which is long dominated by Honda’s ace scooter Activa. More than that, this segment is preferred by customers looking for a daily commuter yielding healthy economy to save on their monthly expenditure on fuel. With all these things in mind and of course considering that pricing could not go beyond the affordable limit, Mahindra (a relatively new player in two-wheeler segment), spun off Gusto a couple of years ago. Touted as a global model, Gusto sports decent design although it is not very appealing but it is on par with other models in the volume segment. For power generation, it employs a 110cc engine mated to an auto tranny.
Price- Rs. 45,510/-