List of Most Popular Indian Bikes Ever
Boys and bikes are entirely synonymous. This current Indian youth is just compelling about the bikes. Each year some interesting bikes come in picture and the youth just go crazy about it. This inspires the manufacturers to make it even better. It’s always refreshing to see the tactics of manufacturers in Indian scenarios though. They have to make sure always that all their powerful unions are matched with affordable cost as well. Anyway, we provide you a list of the several popular bikes on present time.
Honda Unicorn Dazzler
Honda Unicorn Dazzler is one of the freshest bikes from Honda Motorcycle & Scooter. Priced Rs. 62,900, the CB Unicorn Dazzler comes with a five-speed transmission, 17-inch alloy wheels, digital instrumentation and rear disc brake. The bike is Bharat Stage III emission compliant. Available in four colours, Unicorn Dazzler have Dual Disc brakes in 150cc bikes in India.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-i
Bajaj Pulsar is one of the strong bikes of Bajaj and one of the top bikes in India. It has four strokes, 220 ccs, Digital twin spark ignition engine that is the most powerful engine of its class. It gives the highest output and enough torque. The price of the bike is Rs. 80,760 with a top speed 144 kmph.
Kawasaki Ninja 250
Kawasaki Ninja 250 is powered by a 49cc liquid-cooled, parallel twin, DOHC petrol engine. The top speed of this bike is 176 kmph and it can touch the 0-60 kmph mark in just 3.1 seconds and 0-100 kmph in just 5.75 seconds making it one of the top bikes in India. Available in Rs.269000, the length, height and width of the motorcycle are 2085mm, 715 mm and 1115 mm respectively.
Hero Honda CBZ XTreme
This is one of the heavy bikes in this series. New CBZ Xtreme has all the Hero Honda hallmarks – engine refinement, slick-shifting smooth gearbox, top-of-the-class vibration isolation, low engine noise and quality components. The 149.2cc air-cooled single cylinder engine has been left untouched and still produces 14.4 PS of power and 12.80Nm of torque. However it has made few feature related development such as reshaped fuel tank design, included new alloy wheels with 5 pairs of spokes, new LED tail lamp, rear disc, new exhaust heat shield, step seats, undercowl for the engine and Clip-Ons.
Yamaha R15 comes under 150cc segment. The top speed of this bike is 145kmh with fuel injection system and Deltabox frame. It brings the looks of the R series bikes launched by Yahama worldwide. It seems quite close to mini R1. Currently priced at Rs 97,000, the on road price may go up to Rs 1,11,500 depending upon accessories one opt with this bike.
Hero Honda Karizma ZMR
Karizma ZMR is saddled with 4-stroke, oil cooled, single cylinder OHC, PGM-FI 223 cc engine. The maximum speed of this bike is 126 kmph with excellent acceleration 0-60 kmph mark in just 3.7 seconds. This is also one of the top end bikes available in five attractive colours i.e. Moon Yellow, Pearl White, Vibrant Blue, Panther Black and Sports Red.
Royal Enfield Thunderbird Twinspark
The new Royal Enfield Thunderbird Twinspark offers an unmatched cruising experience for the Enfield enthusiasts. With an integrated gearbox transmission losses are reduced and the engine develops 20BHP of power and 28Nm of torque. It has balanced Twin Spark Plugs for better combustion leading to better power and fuel efficiency, thus making it another favourite and top bike in India. With attractive cruiser styling, gas filled shock absorbers, lots of chrome and disc brakes, Royal Enfield Thunderbird has been improved to a Digital Transistor Controlled Ignition System.
TVS Apache RTR 180
This is one of the most sturdy bikes from TVS in the Indian market. It is loaded with a 177.4cc engine that powers the bike to the top speed of 125kph. It also gives fuel economy of 40-50 Km depending upon the driving situations. It’s a five gear bike with dual disc breaks and priced at Rs. 76,500.