One of the first things that people look for in a two wheeler is fuel efficiency. If you are looking to purchase a new vehicle and wish to go for one that offers relatively good mileage, here is a list of some of your best options at the moment:
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1. Bajaj Platina ComforTec – 104 kilometres per litre
The Platina ComforTec from Bajaj offers a mileage of 104 kilometres per litre and is quite reasonably priced at Rs.43,000. The bike runs on a102cc DTS-I equipped engine that has the ability to generate a maximum power of 8.1 bhp at 7500 rpm along with a maximum torque of 8.6 nm at 5000 rpm. Among the most prominent features of the bike are an electric start and alloy wheels. Moreover a long travel suspension is also present to provide extra comfort for the passenger.
2. Hero Splendor iSmart – 102.5 kilometres per litre
The iSmart from Hero MotoCorp is a technologically advanced version of the Splendor – which happens to be among the most popular bikes in the country. The bike is equipped with a start/stop technology that has enabled it in attaining a significantly high fuel efficiency at 102.5 kilometres per litre. The bike runs on a 97cc single cylinder engine that has the ability to generate a maximum power of 7.6 bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 8 nm at 4500 rpm. Priced between Rs.50,000 and Rs.51,100, this bike is affordable as well as efficient.
3. Bajaj CT 100 – 99.1 kilometres per litre
The CT 100, released by Bajaj in 2015, is relatively less expensive when compared with the Bajaj Platina, and boasts pretty much the same features as the latter, such as the SNS rear suspension. The motor of the CT 100, however, does not feature the DTSi tech engine, which means that the torque produced by the bike is slightly lower in comparison with the Platina. The bike can be purchased for a little over Rs.35,000.
4. Bajaj Platina – 96.0 kilometres per litre
The new Platina released by Bajaj offers a mileage of 96.9 kilometres per litre and is among the most fuel efficient two wheelers in the country. The Platina is more stylish than most other fuel efficient bikes, and the black finish on large parts of the lower half of the vehicle in addition to alloy wheels make the bike look as sporty as ever. A 102cc DTSi engine is used to power the bike, producing a maximum power of 8.1 bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 8.6 nm at 5000 rpm. You can purchase this vehicle for a little over Rs.44,500.
5. Hero Splendor Pro – 93.21 kilometres per litre
The Splendor Pro, from Hero MotoCorp, has a relatively good mileage of 93.21 kilometres per litre. The bike is powered by a 97.2cc single cylinder engine that has the ability to produce a maximum power of 8.2 bhp at 8000 rpm in addition to a maximum torque of 8.05 nm at 5000 rpm. The bike is available for purchase at somewhere between Rs.47,500 and Rs.50,000.
6. Hero Splendor Pro Classic – 93.21 kilometres per litre
The very first café racer to hit Indian roads was the Splendor Pro Classic from Hero MotoCorp. The bike comes with retro and styling features such as a headlamp and a round tail lamp. The two wheeler has only one seat, which does not suit riders who travel with passengers, but the bike is powered by a 97.2cc single cylinder engine that has the ability to produce a maximum power of 8.2 bhp and a maximum torque of 8.05 nm. The mileage offered by the bike is 93.21 kilometres per litre, and at a price of Rs.50,500, it is affordable as well as efficient.
7. Bajaj Discover 100 – 90.3 kilometres per litre
The Discover 100 may be the smallest of the motorcycles produced under the Discover series, but it is one of the most fuel efficient bikes in the country. With a mileage of 90.3 kilometres per litre, the Discover 100 is powered by a 94.38 cc single cylinder motor that has the ability to produce a maximum power of 7.6 bhp at 7500 rpm and a maximum torque of 7.85 nm at 5000 rpm. It is also quite stylish and sporty, and at a price of Rs.48,000, it is well worth your money.