Best Bikes Under 1 Lakh in India 2020
June 25, 2020
There are a multitude of motorcycles in the Indian two-wheeler space, and in recent times, some rather interesting models have made their foray in the market. These bikes cater to different requirements from the rider, offering sporty looks, good performance and practicality along other attributes. Now while most budget sports bikes cross the 1 lakh rupee mark, we’ve taken time out to shortlist bikes you can buy the 1 lakh rupee mark. As you will find out, there are some pretty interesting choices.
Price: ₹ 89,136
Honda is aiming at the young crowd with the X-Blade, thanks to its aggressive and sporty styling. It has sharp looks that start with the all-LED headlight, a big fly screen, LED tail lamp, underbelly cowl and a grab handle at the rear. It also sports a twin-outlet exhaust, while the instrument cluster is fully digital and gets a service indicator, gear-position indicator, hazard lights and a white backlight. Power comes from a 162.7cc, air-cooled engine also found on the CB Hornet 160R. It produces 13.93bhp and 13.9Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed transmission. The bike comes with 80/110 R17 tyres for the front and 130/70 R17 tyres at the rear. It is also equipped with a disc brake up-front and a drum brake at the rear. The X-Blade is available in five colour options: Matte Marshal Green Metallic, Matte Marvel Blue Metallic, Matte Frozen Silver, Pearl Igneous Black and Pearl Spartan Red.
Price: ₹ 98,500
The Xpulse 200 is sold in two variants: a carbureted model and a fuel-injected variant, making it perfect for the entry-level off-road category. Keeping in mind the fact that it is an off-road motorcycle, it boasts of a complex suspension setup and an up-swept exhaust. It gets telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock-absorber at the rear. Up-front, the bikes is equipped with a 21-inch wheel at the front and an 18-inch wheel at the rear, shod with 90/90-21 tyres at the front and 120/80-18 tyres at the rear. The bike also features single-channel ABS and disc brakes. The Xpulse has a kerb weight of 154kgs and a seat height of 825mm. Its digital instrument cluster is also Bluetooth-compatible.
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Price: ₹ 97,000
The RTR 160 is sold in six colour options: Gloss Red, Pearl White, Matte Red, Matte Blue, Gloss Black and T Grey. The design continues to be the same, and although the bike does look sporty, the design is now beginning to age.
4. Yamaha FZ V3
Price: ₹ 99,700
The bike weighs 137kgs and is sold in two colour options: Racing Blue and Metric Black. It also features Bosch single-channel ABS and gets an LCD instrument cluster. It boasts of an LED headlamp that looks like the one on the FZ25. The FZ V3 also comes with a front and rear disc brake. The FZ looks very stylish, sporty and muscular, thanks to the large tank and the fat rear tyre.
Price: ₹ 64,998
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon is nothing but the Pulsar 150 Classic with new color options. It is sold in three colours: Neon Silver, Neon Red and Neon Yellow. The bike now sports neon highlights on the headlight, grab handle, badges and side-panels. And the Neon Yellow colour gets a matte finish. Externally, the bike remains untouched. The suspension remains the same, and the bike gets a disc brake up-front and a drum brake at the rear. The Pulsar 150 Neon may be a familiar design, but due to its tried and tested performance, sporty design and updated look, it is sure to lure young buyers.