Bikes are very popular in India. They are easy to ride, cheap, and convenient. There are many types of bikes available in India, ranging from small scooters to large motorbikes. Bikes are also called “two-wheeler” in India. These are very popular because they are affordable and convenient. Fuel efficiency is not a big concern when buying a bike. However, there are certain factors that you need to consider before purchasing a bike. Some of them are listed below.
However, if you are looking for a cheaper alternative, here are some motorcycles that will fit your budget. These are the cheapest motorcycles in India, and they are all under Rs 1 lakh.
1. Hero Splendor+
Hero Splendour Plus is a commuter bike that is priced at Rs. 67,054. It is available in five variants and thirteen colors. The top variant costs Rs. 73,174. The bike is powered by an inline four-stroke 97.2 cc motor that produces 7.91 horsepower and 8.05 Nm of torque. The bike also features a combined brake system that helps you stop quickly. The Splendour Plus weighs 112 kg and has a fuel tank size of 9.8 liters.
2. Bajaj CT100
The Baja CT 100 is a commuter motorcycle that comes in three variants. The first variant is a kick-start bike with alloy wheels and spoked wheels. The second variant is an electric start bike with alloy wheels. And the third variant is a combination of both. The Baja CT 100 is powered by a 1.0-liter 4-stroke engine that produces 7.8 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and 3.5 Nm at 5,500 rpm. The Baja Jet is unquestionably one of the cheapest motorcycles in India. In the BS6 version, the Baja Jet is available in just two versions: a kick start variant priced at Rs. 52,832 and a non-kick starter variant priced at Rs. 53,696.
3. Bajaj CT110
Bajaj CT110 is a mileage bike available for sale at a starting price of Rs.56,625 in India. Available in two variants and seven colors, the top variant starts at Rs.61,232. Powered by an 11.46 cc BS6 engine, the CT110 produces a maximum power of 8.48 hp and a peak torque of 9.81 lb/ft. With both front and back disc brakes, the CT110 comes equipped with a combined brake system for both wheels. Weighing in at 118kg, the CT110 also features a 10.5-liter fuel tank.
4. Honda SP 125
In India, the Honda SP 125 is a mileage bike with a starting price of Rs. 80,151. It is available in two models and five colors, with the top variant starting at Rs. 84,297. The Honda SP 125 is powered by a 124cc BS6 engine with 10.72 horsepower and 10.9 Nm of torque. Honda SP 125 has a combined braking system for both wheels thanks to front and rear drum brakes. This SP 125 motorcycle weighs 117 kg and has an 11-liter gasoline tank.
5. Honda Shine
Honda’s Shine is an affordable commuter bike that starts at just Rs.75,000. It is available in two variants – the base variant and the premium variant. Both variants come with a 125 cc BS6 engine which produces 10.59 BHP and 11 Nm of peak torque. The base variant comes with a single disc brake while the premium variant comes with dual disc brakes. The base variant also gets a combined braking system while the premium variant gets ABS. The base variant weighs 114 kg while the premium variant weighs 115 kg.
6. TVS Star City Plus
TVS Star City Plus is a mileage bike with a starting price of Rs. 69,841 in India. It comes in three models and eight colors, with the top variant starting at Rs. 73,667. The TVS Star City Plus is powered by a 109.7cc BS6 engine that generates 8.08 horsepower and 8.7 Nm of torque. TVS Star City Plus has a combined braking system of both wheels with front and rear drum brakes. This Star City Plus bike weighs 115 kg and has a petrol tank size of 10 liters.