The Honda Hornet 2..0 is one of the most-stylish mainstream motorcycles sold by Honda in the Indian market. It features sharp edges combined with a muscular stance. It also comes with attractive colour options. The Honda Hornet 2.0 features LED lighting, split seats, LCD screen, hazard lights, etc. It is the only motorcycle in its segment to feature an upside-down fork. The Honda Hornet 2.0 is also the most-powerful motorcycle in its segment with its 184.4cc, air-cooled engine putting out 17bhp and 16.1Nm. Petal discs with a single-channel ABS handle braking.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180F takes its design inspiration from its elder sibling — the Pulsar 220F. The semi-faired bike features the brand’s ‘Neon’ graphics with a clean look. The Pulsar 180F also comes with a split-seat design, digital-analogue instrument cluster, single-channel ABS, back-lit switch-gear, and projector headlamps. The Bajaj Pulsar 180F is powered by a single-cylinder 178cc engine producing 16.78bhp and 14.52Nm. A five-speed gearbox drives the rear wheel.
The TVS Apache RTR 180 is the company’s sole contender in the 180cc segment in India. It features a race inspired design with faux carbon-fibre trims and panels across the bike. The motorcycle features an extended tank cowl which. The Apache RTR 180 features LED DRLs, petal disc brakes with dual-channel ABS, and an analogue-digital instrument cluster. The motorcycle is powered by a single-cylinder 177cc engine producing 16.56bhp and 15.5Nm. A 5-speed gearbox drives the rear wheel.