If you have been longing to purchase your own bike but have a limited budget, fear not! Here are the best bikes you can buy for under Rs.1 lakh:
1. Yamaha FZ SV 2.0: The FZ SV 2.0 from Yamaha Motors is among the more popular motorcycles for youngsters. Known for its, stylish, relaxed and controlling ride, the FZ SV 2.0 offers high speed performance in a way that is hardly even affected by the bumpiest of Indian roads. Powered with a 149cc, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air cooled, SOHC engine that pumps out a maximum power of 13.1 PS at 8,000 rpm along with a peak torque of 12.8 nm at 6000 rpm. The bike is priced somewhere between Rs.70,000 and Rs.90,000.
2. Hero Karizma ZMR: The Karizma ZMR 2014 is among the most popular bikes manufactured by Hero MotoCorp. Powered with a 223cc single cylinder petrol fuel engine in addition to the Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System, this motorcycle has the ability to generate 20bhp at 8000 rpm in addition to a maximum torque of 19.7nm at 6500 rpm. One of the most stylish bikes out there the Karizma ZMR can be yours for around Rs.90,000 to Rs.95,000.
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3. Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Twin Spark: If you want a bike with both power and style for a reasonable price, the Bullet 350 Twin Spark is the best option out there. The motorcycle comes with a solid 346cc 4-stroke single cylinder twin spark engine that has the ability to produce a top power of 19.8bhp at 5250 rpm as well as top torque of 28nm at 4000 rpm. The bike also comes with a fuel tank that can hold 13.5 litres of petrol, and the mileage of 53 kilometres per litre that it offers is among the best you can find for Indian roads at slightly under Rs.1 lakh.
4. Bajaj Avenger 220: One of the biggest and most popular manufacturer of motorcycles in India, Bajaj’s Avenger 220 is another class bike that can be purchased with a limited budget. Powered with DTS-I, single cylinder 4-stroke, air-cooled engine, this bike is designed in an ergonomic manner so that riders enjoy a comfortable experience. The maximum power that can be generated by the motorcycle is 19.03bhp at 8400 rpm and 17.5 at 7000 torque. The Avenger 220 has established itself as one of the best bikes in the country and can be bought for somewhere between Rs.77,000 and Rs.80,000.
5. Suzuki Gixxer 150cc: The Gixxer 150cc from Suzuki comes with an aggressive and edgy designs that makes it ideal for young riders. There are five options when it comes to choosing a colour, and the motorcycle comes with a single cylinder 4-stroker air-cooled engine. The bike also has a telescopic front suspension in addition to a monoshock at the rear end. Available for around Rs.70,000 the Gixxer 150cc from Suzuki may not be too popular among its competitors, but it offers good value for money nonetheless.
6.TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS: Although TVS was among the biggest motorcycle brands in India for a long time, the company grew by leaps and bounds with the release of the RTR 180 ABS. This motorcycle comes with a 177.4cc 4-stroke engine that has the ability to generate a top power of 17.03 bhp at 8500 rpm, and a maximum torque of 15.5 nm at 6500 rpm. The two wheeler can be purchased for somewhere between Rs.80,000 to Rs.87,000 and it comes with a 16-litre fuel tank with a maximum speed of 124 kilometres per hour, making it a perfect fit for youngsters and middle-aged bikers alike.
7. Yamaha Fazer: Yamaha has built a reputation for delivering some of the best performing bikes on Indian roads, and Fazer is among the most renowned two wheelers in its niche. The bike comes with a 153cc 4-stroke engine that has the ability to generate a maximum power of 14bhp at 7500 rpm in addition to a maximum torque of 14nm at 6000 rpm. With a 12-litre fuel tank and mileage of 45 kilometres per litre, the Fazer is available for purchase in India at just Rs.76,700.
If you want to purchase a bike but have a limited budgets, any of the aforementioned motorcycles will be the best option as they have all the features to ensure a comfortable ride in addition to stylish looks, combined to create a fine experience for riders on Indian roads.