Best 125cc Bike Models

Here is a list of the best 125cc bikes in india. Check out these top-ranked 125cc bike's prices, specifications, features, and more.

  • 1 . Hero Glamour i3s

    New Hero Glamour i3s
    Street | 124.7 CC
    62,850 Onwards
    The Hero Glamour i3S is essentially a funkier, more attractive, and more efficient version of the Hero Glamour. The Glamour i3S features attractive, edgy graphics, and funky styling. It does certainly have looks which belong in a segment above it. The most significant change though is the implementation of the i3S start-stop-idle system, which is claimed to make the motorcycle more efficient than it already is. The Hero Glamour i3S is powered by an air-cooled, 124.7cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 11.4bhp and a peak torque figure of 11Nm. Hero claims the mileage of the motorcycle to be 60km/l.
  • 2 . Honda CB Shine

    New Honda CB Shine
    Street | 125 CC
    61,201 Onwards
    The CB Shine is a 125cc commuter motorcycle from Honda, which does look understated, but performs brilliantly. A commuter motorcycle at this price point is expected to be extremely frugal and comfortable during commutes, and the CB Shine delivers on that front. It looks stylish to an extent, with edgy graphics on the fuel tank. The Honda CB Shine is powered by an air-cooled, 124.7cc, single cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 10.16bhp and a peak torque output of 10.30Nm. Transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed gearbox. The engine also comes with Honda Eco Technology (HET) which increases fuel efficiency and claimed mileage for the motorcycle stands at 65km/l.
  • 3 . Hero Super Splendor

    New Hero Super Splendor
    Street | 124.7 CC
    59,350 Onwards
    The Hero Super Splendor is an updated model with higher power output and a host of upgrades as compared to the regular model. The new Super Splendor features a new body graphics and a host of premium features. It also gets an updated tail section with newly designed tail lamp. The Hero Super Splendor 2018 draws power from the same 124.7cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine producing 11.1bhp and 11Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox.
  • 4 . Bajaj Pulsar 125

    New Bajaj Pulsar 125
    Street | 124.4 CC
    66,586 Onwards
    The Bajaj Pulsar 125 looks similar to its elder siblings, the Pulsar 150. The bike is offered with dual-disc and attractive neon paint scheme. The motorcycle also features part-digital instrument cluster as well. The Pulsar 125 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder, 124.4cc engine producing 11.8bhp and 11Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a five-speed gearbox.
  • 5 . KTM 125 Duke

    New KTM 125 Duke
    Street | 124.7 CC
    1,31,667 Onwards
    The KTM 125 Duke is one of the most powerful motorcycles in the Indian 125cc motorcycle segment. It is also the first performance motorcycle in 125cc segment. The KTM 125 Duke borrows the same design from its larger 200cc sibling, however, it does offer new body graphics, which help differentiate between the two. The 125cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder unit on the ‘baby Duke’ produces 14.5bhp and 12Nm of torque with a claimed mileage figure between 35 to 40km/l.
  • 6 . Honda SP 125

    New Honda SP 125
    Street | 124 CC
    74,072 Onwards
    Honda SP 125 is offered with several segment first features including an engine start-stop switch, fully-digital instrument cluster, silent start with ACG motor and more. The SP 125 also features programmable fuel-injection with Honda’s Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) engine technology. The motorcycle is powered by a BS-VI compliant fuel-injected 124cc engine producing 10.7bhp and 10.9Nm of torque, and comes mated to a five-speed gearbox.
  • 7 . Bajaj Discover 125

    New Bajaj Discover 125
    Street | 124.5 CC
    59,136 Onwards
    The Bajaj Discover 125 is one of the most bare-basic motorcycles out there, with a basic engine and a basic design bordering on boredom. However, it does its job of commuting rather brilliantly, keeping the rider and pillion comfortable while making its way through traffic while being extremely fuel efficient. The Discover 125 features a Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTS-i) technology which helps it achieve high efficiency figures. The Bajaj discover is powered by an air-cooled, 124.6cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 10.8bhp and a peak torque output of 10.8Nm. The engine is paired to a 5-speed gearbox and Bajaj claims a mileage of 82km/l for the Discover 125, which is higher than other motorcycles in the 125cc segment.
  • 8 . Hero Glamour FI

    New Hero Glamour FI
    Street | 124.7 CC
    70,400 Onwards
    The Hero Glamour FI, as the name suggests is a fuel-injected variant of the Hero Glamour, so while the styling remains exactly like the Glamour, (with the exception of the PGM-FI decals), the only significant change is the fuel intake system. It is the only fuel-injected 125cc motorcycle in the country and it also features a digital-analogue instrument cluster with current fuel efficiency indicator. It continues to be powered by the air-cooled, 124.7cc, single-cylinder engine doing duty in the carburettor-fueled version of the motorcycle. The engine has a maximum power output of 9bhp and a peak torque output of 10.35Nm. The Hero Glamour FI returns a claimed mileage of 70km/l.
  • 9 . Yamaha Saluto

    New Yamaha Saluto
    Street | 125 CC
    61,800 Onwards
    The Yamaha Saluto is similar in design to the now discontinued Yamaha SZ-R which is a good thing, as the Saluto does look extremely stylish. The Yamaha Saluto features the ‘Blue Core’ which is claimed to make the engines more efficient and is being used in almost all Yamaha products today. The Yamaha Saluto is powered by an air-cooled, 125cc, single-cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 8.2bhp and a peak torque output of 10Nm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox and Yamaha claims a mileage of 78km/l for the Saluto, making it one of the most efficient commuter motorcycles.
  • 10 . KTM RC125

    New KTM RC125
    Sports | 124.7 CC
    1,47,917 Onwards
    The KTM RC125 is an entry-level fully-faired track ready motorcycle from the brand. The motorcycle comes equipped with clip-on handlebars, rear-set footpegs, fully-digital instrument cluster and more. The KTM RC 125 is being powered by a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 124cc engine producing 14.5bhp at 9,250rpm and 12Nm of peak torque at 8,000rpm. The engine comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. The RC 125 also comes equipped with a single-channel ABS.
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