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  • Top 10 Bikes in India

    Motorcycles are popularly considered the “manly” vehicle to ride, despite most men considering their first bike to be their girlfriend or wife. But there’s much more than “cool looks” to a motorbike. The value of the motorcycle lies in its mileage, engine power and pick-up, speed, affordability, body style and ease of driving.

    If you have to pick the best bikes in India, there are many criteria you can base them on. With each varying measuring rod you’d get a different set of list. But since fuel economy is one of the most important benchmarks in a vehicle, we shall base our list on the bikes that give you the best mileage as well as comfort and utility. Fuel economy or mileage means the ability of the motorcycle to cover the maximum distance with minimum fuel input. So if your vehicle can cover 60km with 1 litre of petrol, then 60km/l (kilometre per litre) is your fuel efficiency.

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    1. Hero Splendor iSmart:

      The Hero Splendor iSmart is any fuel-conscious person’s dream. At a mileage of 102.5 km/l, you cannot get a better deal. It also comes with the i3S Technology that intuitively shuts down the engine when idle and starts it when you press the clutch. This means that you need not worry about losing petrol at traffic signals anymore! The 92.2cc engine displaces just enough fuel to give you a maximum speed of 87 kilometre per hour (kmph). This bike is also a looker, with dual colour combination and a muscular body. The vehicle is priced a little over Rs. 50,000 ex-showroom.

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    3. Bajaj Platina CT100:

      Bajaj’s Platina CT100 offers you a fuel economy of 99.1 km/l and a high speed of 90 kmph from a 99.27cc engine. Its spring-in-spring suspension allows you to have a comfortable drive even on bad roads. The wheels – 3 inches wide – are wider than many other bikes, giving it a better grip on slimy or wet roads. It comes in 4 colour variants and has an ex-showroom price of around Rs. 36,000. The bike’s standard chiselled body may not look as cool as you’d want, but if this is your first bike, you’d save a lot of money on fuel!

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    5. TVS Sport:

      Touted to give 95 km/l, the new TVS Sport has a DuraLife Engine with Roller Cam Follower Technology that reduces friction and increases the life of the engine. It also has a 5-step adjustable shock absorber that make your drive smoother. The 99.77cc engine gives you a top speed of 85 kmph. The bike has a cool instrument cluster, gear electric start feature and comes in 8 different colour combinations. This standard-looking bike comes in 3 variants – Kick start, spoke wheel; kick start, alloy wheel and electric start, alloy wheel – and is priced between Rs. 37,000 and Rs. 45,000 ex-showroom.

    6. Hero HF Dawn:

      The Hero HF Dawn looks similar to the Splendor series and is quite the utilitarian, common man’s vehicle. Its straight back and wide seat allows both the driver and the pillion-rider to sit comfortably for long rides. The side-stand indicator makes sure you always park safe. Its 97.2cc single cylinder engine gives a fuel economy of 88.5km/l and the highest speed of 87 kmph. Its ex-showroom price is around Rs. 39,500.

    7. Mahindra Centuro:

      Mahindra Centuro comes with a host of special features such as an anti-theft alarm and engine immobiliser, “Find-Me” lamps that make it easy to recognise in crowded parking spots, tubeless tyres, digital econometer and instrument panel with service prompt, and remote flip-key with 96-bit encryption. Its MicroChip-Ignited 5 curve engine with a patented MCi-5 lubrication system gives you good pick-up, a maximum speed of 85 kmph and a fuel efficiency of 85.2km/l. You can choose from 3 colours in this chiselled rider-friendly bike. The bike’s ex-showroom price is between Rs. 45,000 and Rs. 53,000 depending on which of the 5 models you choose.

    8. Yamaha Saluto:

      Yamaha Saluto is marketed as a family bike, offering a mileage of 78 km/l and a top speed of over 86 kmph on a 125cc engine. Its highest attainable speed is The secret to this is the new Blue Core Engine that has a compact combustion chamber, which makes the vehicle lighter and contributes to a rise of at least 10% in fuel economy. Saluto’s suspension, footrests and seat are built for a better driving experience. The tubeless tyres, easy grab bar and footrests, and rear swingarm suspension adds to the comfort of driving. Keeping the Indian pillion riders in mind, the bike comes with a Saree Guard that prevents clothes from getting in the way of tyres. Its ex-showroom price is approximately Rs. 53,000.

    9. Bajaj Pulsar 135LS:

      The Pulsar series are for those looking for high performance bikes. The Pulsar 135LS has the world’s first 4-valve DTS-i engine and a high power-to-weight ratio, which lends great pick-up to the vehicle. Its 240 mm ventilated front disc brake, upright seats and 5-way adjustable nitrox shock absorber allow greater ease of driving in city traffic to the driver. This bike doesn’t compare with the previous ones in the list in terms of mileage as it gives you less than 60km/l, but it can attain a top speed of 110 kmph. The vehicle costs around Rs. 59,000 ex-showroom in India.

    10. Honda CBF Stunner:

      Honda’s CBF Stunner boasts of a 125cc engine that can give you a fuel efficiency of over 55 km/l and the highest speed of 95 kmph. The 11 bhp Honda Engine comes with 5-Speed Transmission that delivers high performance with great initial acceleration, pick-up and good power at all speeds. The bike’s stylish looks come from sporty graphics, split seat and sharp cowls for both the front and back sides. The CBF Stunner is available in 4 bold colours and costs around Rs. 61,000 ex-showroom.

    11. Suzuki GS150R:

      Suzuki GS150R is another high-performance bike similar to Bajaj Pulsar. This 150cc bike can give you up to 110 kmph. It has a GSX-R-derived engine rpm indicator lights that tells the driver about the optimum up-shift timing. The vehicle’s cool and chiselled appearance comes from the sporty headlight that is borrowed from Suzuki’s international super bike GSX-R. Other features borrowed from the GSX-R are streamlined aerodynamic LED Tail Lamp and Integrated Rear Turn Signals. Available in 3 colour variants, the bike has a fuel economy of 52-54 km/l and is priced around Rs. 80,000.

    12. Bajaj Avenger Street 150:

      Avengers may not be the same as Bullets and Royal Enfields, but with a mileage of 50 kmpl, it is one of the most fuel efficient bikes of this kind. Avengers are great for long rides due to stability from the cool Street Control Handlebar, alloy wheels, wide rear tyre and long wheel base, and low-slung seating. The twin-spark 2-valve DTS-i engine with 150cc displacement gives high cruising speeds of over 100 kmph. Among the costliest of the bikes in this list, Avenger Street 150’s ex-showroom price is around Rs. 76,000.

      There are many people who buy bikes for convenience of driving or for its image. Bullets, KTMs and Royal Enfields, for example, are “cool and macho” bikes known for their comfort and smooth drive, but they give low mileages of 25-37km/l. If speed is your thing, then you need to check out the average speed of motorcycles before you buy one. You may also consider the engine displacement (CC – cubic centimetre) numbers. If a bike engine’s CC power is high, then the power and fuel consumption of the engine would also be proportionately be higher.

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      The 2016 EICMA saw the launch of some fantastic motorcycles ranging from Kawasaki's to Ducatis. These motorcycles are heading India’s way in 2017, as well with the KTM 390cc Duke being one of the top contenders. These bikes have not only new and futuristic designs but have fantastic torque to suit the roads of 2017.

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    Top 10 Bikes in India Reviews

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    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Better Service"
      BAJAJ FINSERV
      0.5 3.0/5 "Satisfactory"
      I had taken two wheeler loan from Bajaj finance. The loan will be cleared in the month of September'17. Bajaj completed the loan process in a same day and sanctioned the loan on time. But customer service is not really good and they do not have foreclosure option. Actually I want to close the loan earlier but unable to do as there is no option with Bajaj.
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      , gorakhpur
      Reviewed on Jul 24, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Always the best"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      I have taken a two wheeler loan twice from HDFC Bank. There were two different instances and both times, the experience is good and satisfactory. The process was quick and very much easy as well. The rate of interest and processing charges was also smooth.
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      , new delhi
      Reviewed on Jul 13, 2017
    • Shriram City Two Wheeler Loan
      "Good Service"
      SHRIRAM CITY UNION FINANCE
      0.5 3.0/5 "Satisfactory"
      I got a 2 wheeler loan from SHRIRAM CITY UNION FINANCE. They just took 3 days of time to disburse my loan. The customer service and the response is good. The rate of interest very high when compared with others. I have finished paying this loan within a year of time.
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      , salem
      Reviewed on Jul 13, 2017
    • Shriram City Two Wheeler Loan
      "Helpful Service"
      SHRIRAM CITY UNION FINANCE
      0.5 4.5/5 "Excellent!"
      I had taken the two wheeler loan from Shriram. This is an ongoing loan. I do not recall the interest rate but last year only I got the loan. Shriram was very supportive during the loan process. They immediately approved the loan and sanctioned it on time.
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      , kolar
      Reviewed on Jul 12, 2017
    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Good service"
      BAJAJ FINSERV
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      I got a 2 wheeler loan from Bajaj Finserv. They have disbursed the loan within a week time, the rate of interest is nominal with Bajaj finserv. I am happy with the loan amount. I have paid Rs.37,000 as Initial amount and the loan got sanctioned for Rs,60,000 and I am satisfied with the service.
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      , visakhapatnam
      Reviewed on Jul 12, 2017
    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Good Offer"
      BAJAJ FINSERV
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      I had taken two wheeler loan from Bajaj about long time back. In the first week of launching Bajaj Platino, they had announce an offer. The cost of the bike is 32,500, as per the offer I paid 20,000 and for the rest of the amount I paid it as EMI. But there is no interest rate for the loan. It was a good offer and good service from Bajaj.
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      , erode
      Reviewed on Jul 11, 2017
    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Excellent Service"
      HDFC LIFE
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      My bike loan was taken from Hero Finance, this loan was taken in 2015. The loan amount what I taken was around 60k. I had made a down payment of around 15000 rupees. The total EMI is for 110months, the EMI amount is 3000. All the information was properly conveyed to me, and in 2016 I have closed this account
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jul 09, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Excellent Service"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 4.5/5 "Excellent!"
      I have availed two wheeler loan from HDFC bank, this loan would get completed most probably by 6 months. Their interest rate is very nominal when compared with other banks in the market. I am happy banking with HDFC. Their response and the customer service provided by HDFC Bank is really excellent.
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      , ahmedabad
      Reviewed on Jul 07, 2017
    • ICICI Two Wheeler Loan
      "Unhappy with the services"
      ICICI BANK
      0.5 1.0/5 "Really Bad"
      I have earlier taken a two wheeler loan from ICICI Bank and the process was not satisfactory. The customer support was not responsive and the whole process was inconvenient. They did not respond on time. The bank is not recommendable and the interest rates are high.
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      , bangalore
      Reviewed on Jul 07, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Customer friendly bank"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      HDFC bank is also plays a good role, I am very satisfied with their charges and their norms are good. That's the reason I have taken two loan from HDFC, My loan amount is around Rs.53,000 to purchase Activa worth of Rs.62,000 before two months. Overall HDFC good experience.
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      , indore
      Reviewed on Jul 07, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Good in customer service"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      For two wheeler loan, I had approached HDFC bank and the services are good with them. I had taken the loan with the interest rate of 9.5%. They done with the process in a good manner and all their services are really good. I am happy with HDFC bank.
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      , raipur
      Reviewed on Jul 07, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Supportive "
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      My two wheeler loan is running with HDFC bank. Recently I got this loan and I had done with 2 EMIs. I do not remember about the interest rate but I am happy with the bank for the loan process. Actually this is my second two wheeler loan from the bank.
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      , hyderabad
      Reviewed on Jul 06, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Wonderful "
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      I have closed the two wheeler loan with the HDFC bank and the interest rate was bit like it was around 14%. Customer service and everything was good, also I don't have any issues with them till now. Response is also good one with the HDFC bank.
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      , pune
      Reviewed on Jul 06, 2017
    • L&T Finance Two Wheeler Loan
      "Excellent"
      L&T FINANCE LIMITED
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      Services are good with Larsen and turbo a in availing bike loan is good enough and the main reason approaching this is rate of interest. Initially this was named as Family credit, customer service team is quite ok and overall I like the service from them
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      , kolkata
      Reviewed on Jul 06, 2017
    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Its Great"
      BAJAJ FINSERV
      0.5 5.0/5 "Blown Away!"
      I took a two wheeler loan from Bajaj Finserv they offered me 8% of interest which is the very least in the market, they are very much responsible I felt it is a better service. Moreover they are supporting the customer by offering a lower interest based on their need. My loan amount was Rs. 1.67 lakh, I purchased Ktm 319 bike worth Rs. 3 lakhs and it is recently launched.
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      , hyderabad
      Reviewed on Jul 05, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Dissatisfied service"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 1.0/5 "Really Bad"
      I already submitted all the document to HDFC for two wheeler loan. But they kept changing the interest rate they were not transparent in their process. Initially they told me interest rate would be around 12 % then they changed to 20% of interest. I am not fine with their service, Though I am an existing customer they are not good in offers.
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      , amritsar
      Reviewed on Jul 03, 2017
    • ICICI Two Wheeler Loan
      "Excellent and satisfactory service"
      ICICI BANK
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      ICICI is very much transparent, they provide all the information about the charges. I took two wheeler loan amount of Rs.30,000 for an interest rate of 12.5% this is for a tenure of six years, my EMI was Rs.3000 now my loan amount got closed without any hassles.
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      , amritsar
      Reviewed on Jul 03, 2017
    • ICICI Two Wheeler Loan
      "Interest rate has to be reduce"
      ICICI BANK
      0.5 4.0/5 "Great!"
      Earlier, I was holding a salaried account with ICICI so they were able to process the two wheeler loan approval without any hassles. My two wheeler loan amount was Rs. 38,000 that was for a tenure of three years. Interest rate was good. Their way of approach was also good, I don't want to run behing banks rather they voluntary offered the loan.
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      , hubli
      Reviewed on Jul 03, 2017
    • review Two Wheeler Loan
      "Satisfactory services"
      BAJAJ FINSERV
      0.5 4.5/5 "Excellent!"
      I have taken my two wheeler loan earlier from Bajaj Finserv and the process is good. I received the loan on time and the after loan services is also perfect. The documentation was not much. It was a nice experience as they were supportive. The interest rate and charges was a bit high.
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      , pune
      Reviewed on Jun 25, 2017
    • HDFC Bank Two Wheeler Loan
      "Not Happy"
      HDFC BANK
      0.5 2.0/5 "Expected more"
      During the year of 2014, I got two wheeler loan from HDFC bank. Interest rate was high with the bank and the process was average. I had already completed the loan. But I am not happy with the services of HDFC bank for the two wheeler loan process.
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      , guwahati
      Reviewed on Jun 24, 2017
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