Best Bikes For Indian Roads

Here is a list of the best bikes for Indian roads. Check out these top-ranked bikes for Indian roads including their prices, specifications, features, variants, and more.

  • 1 . Hero Splendor Plus

    New Hero Splendor Plus
    Street | 97.2 CC
    45,750 Onwards
    The Hero Splendor Plus is a perfect commuter that has a decent blend of style. The Splendor Plus carries a name that has been tried and tested in India for a long time, and the higher end variant comes with alloy wheels and an electric starter. The Hero Splendor Plus is powered by a 97cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 8.2bhp and 8Nm of torque with the help of a 4-speed gearbox. Also, Hero MotoCorp claims a mileage of 81km/l, which makes it one of the most fuel efficient motorcycles in the Indian market today.
  • 2 . Hero Passion PRO i3s

    New Hero Passion PRO i3s
    Street | 97.2 CC
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    The Hero Passion Pro i3Sis a variant of the Passion, which made its debut in India a long while ago. The perfect mix of mileage, pricing, and styling makes the Passion Pro a great commuter. Also, Hero’s latest i3S technology is featured on the Passion Pro. The Passion Pro is powered by a 97cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 8.2bhp and 8Nm of torque with the help of a 4-speed gearbox. Hero claims a mileage of 84km/l, owing to the stop-start system, the i3S.
  • 3 . Honda CB Unicorn 150

    New Honda CB Unicorn 150
    Street | 149.1 CC
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    The name Unicorn brings back memories of the motorcycle being the first model in India to be sold with a monoshock at the rear. Times have passed, and the Unicorn has received cosmetic changes to appeal to the modern day commuter. The Honda CB Unicorn comes with a 149cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that produces 13bhp and 12.8Nm of peak torque paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Honda claims a mileage of 60km/l and the Honda CB Unicorn 150 weighs 146kg.
  • 4 . TVS Victor

    New TVS Victor
    Street | 109.7 CC
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    The TVS Victor was synonymous with mileage, and TVS suddenly decided to discontinue the model. Later, in 2016, TVS revived the Victor brand, and the new motorcycle is impressive. The new TVS Victor comes powered by a 109.7cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 9.4bhp and 9.4Nm of torque, paired to a 4-speed gearbox. TVS claims a mileage figure of 74km/l and the motorcycle weighs 112kgs.
  • 5 . Bajaj Platina

    New Bajaj Platina
    Street | 102 CC
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    The Bajaj Platina is one of the best commuter motorcycles out there, equipped with more than just reliability and efficiency. The Bajaj Platina is placed above the CT 100 in Bajaj’s commuter lineup in India and features Comfortec spring in spring suspension at the rear, and the front suspension has 28 percent longer travel than other motorcycles in the segment. The Bajaj Platina is powered by an air-cooled, 102cc, single-cylinder engine with an output of 8bhp and 8.6Nm. Transmission duties are handled by a 4-speed gearbox and Bajaj claims a mileage of 108km/l however, the motorcycle realistically returns around 90km/l. If your primary requirement from a motorcycle is fuel efficiency, look no further than the Bajaj Platina. With the 11-litre fuel tank capacity, the motorcycle realistically has a riding range of over 900 kilometres. Quite literally a fill it-shut it-forget it motorcycle.
  • 6 . Royal Enfield Bullet 350

    New Royal Enfield Bullet 350
    Cruisers | 346 CC
    1,07,690 Onwards
    The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is the ‘Bullet’ at its purest, with the modern Unit Construction Engine. The Bullet 350 features the unmistakable gold pinstripes, and skips some modern features such an electric start and disc brake. The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is powered by a 346cc, single-cylinder air-cooled engine that makes 19.8bhp and 28Nm of peak torque, paired to a 5-speed gearbox.
  • 7 . Honda CB Shine

    New Honda CB Shine
    Street | 125 CC
    59,680 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.
  • 8 . Bajaj Pulsar 220F

    New Bajaj Pulsar 220F
    Street | 220 CC
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    The Bajaj Pulsar 220F is one of those few evergreen motorcycles which has carved out a space for itself in the market and in people’s hearts. The motorcycle has held onto that position ever since its launch, and by the looks of it, it intends to stay right there. The motorcycle has been extremely popular among the youth and the same does not seem to decline anytime soon. The Pulsar 220F is powered by an air and oil-cooled, 220c, single cylinder engine with a maximum power output of 20.64bhp and a peak torque output of 18.55Nm. Driving the rear wheel is a 5-speed gearbox. Acceleration from 0-60km/h happens in 4.1 seconds, and the motorcycle will go on to touch a top speed of around 135km/h. Mileage is claimed to be 35km/l.
  • 9 . Bajaj Pulsar NS200

    New Bajaj Pulsar NS200
    Street | 199.5 CC
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    The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 was the first motorcycle designed on the KTM platform. The NS200 is a street focused motorcycle, which competes with the KTM Duke 200. The Bajaj NS200 is also the first motorcycle to sport a liquid-cooled engine in the Bajaj lineup. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is powered by a 199cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 23bhp and 18Nm of torque. The engine also features three spark plugs and comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
  • 10 . KTM 200 Duke

    New KTM 200 Duke
    Street | 199.5 CC
    1,36,147 Onwards
    The KTM 200 Duke was the first KTM model to be introduced in India, and still, manages to sell well. The Duke 200 also set the benchmark for performance in the 200cc segment when launched, and still manages to stay ahead of the competition. The KTM 200 Duke is powered by a 199cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 24.6bhp and 19.2Nm of torque with the help of a 6-speed gearbox. KTM claims a mileage of 35km/l and has a claimed top speed of 138km/h.
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