Majority of bikes that are purchased by the Indian Buyers, are commuter bikes reason being in order to fulfill the daily needs, like going to the office, college etc requires the bike which gives best of the mileage, and easy to maintain and most importantly the affordable bikes , but now things are changing even the commuter bikes are good in looks and motorcycle companies are working really hard to design such machines that could give the feel and comfort to the mass audience of their expected bike and still fulfill their requirements ,
So here is the list of the top 10 commuter bikes in India which you could purchase which are best in mileage and fit for commuting use and even you could use them for weekend rides to enjoy some happy moments.
The 2018 Suzuki Gixxer comes with new graphics. Its the naked style motorbike that comes with the 154.9 cc SOHC engine which puts out 14.8 PS at 8,000 rpm, and 14 Nm at 6,00 rpm this bike has a 5-speed gearbox, and the Gixxer SF comes with fuel injection and single-channel ABS as an option. The 2018 Suzuki Gixxer comes with the Moto GP inspired Metallic Triton Blue Gixxer SF model features Ecstar logo as well. Gixxer produces a mileage of 64.00 Kmpl and has a self-start and kick-start starting mechanisms this bike is priced at Rs 77,015 Ex-Showroom Price, The Suzuki Gixxer is a very popular bike in India and overall its a good bike and is perfectly fit for the commuting purposes.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200
The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is a naked style motorcycle design offered by Bajaj Motorcycles, This bike was relaunched in 2017 and is now a BS-IV compliant in India priced at Rs. 96,453 (ex-showroom Delhi). but Bajaj is not offering an ABS equipped variant of the NS200 for every model its an option that you choose after spending some extra cash, The Pulsar 200 NS has 199.5 CC, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4 valve engine which produces maximum power at 23.52 PS with 18.3 Nm Peak Torque, this bike has a 6-Speed Manual transmission and Telescopic Forks front suspension along with Rear Mono-suspension , 200 NS has a 1363 mm wheelbase . 200Ns has a 45 KMPL city mileage and 49 KMPL mileage at highway
Yamaha FZ S FI (V 2.0)
Yamaha India has launched Yamaha FZS FI (V 2.0) in the 2018 auto expo, this bike comes with at least 8 color variants out of which 4 colors are brand new, the colors include
Astral Blue, Moonwalk White, Cyber Green, Molten Orange, Wolf Gray (new), Shark White (new), Viper Black (new), Alligator Green (new), The refreshed Yamaha FZ-S V 2.0 has been priced at Rs. 82,159 , the Yamaha FZS fi (v 2.0) comes with 149 CC air cooled engine which produces Peak power of 13.1 BHP & Peak torque of 12.8 Nm and 5 Speed manual transmission gearbox and this bike has a Kerb weight of 132 Kg, it has a Full Digital multi-information instrument cluster with Eco-Indicator this bike has a Disk brakes as front and Sharp clear headlamps at front FZ S FI offers Black alloy wheels .
This bike is more aerodynamic this bike is now more comfortable and reduced vibrations this bike gives 14% more mileage compared to the previous generation motorcycle its Lightweight chassis improves efficiency and Improved tires with tubeless radials technology
TVS Apache RTR 200
Visually, aside from the new graphics, the Apache RTR 200 Race Edition also features a fly-screen. Colour options on offer include – Black (with red graphics), Grey (with fluorescent yellow graphics), Red (with black graphics), White (with red graphics), and Matte Black (with red graphics). The ‘A-RT Slipper Clutch’, a race-derived technology enhances the motorcycle’s performance, with a 22% reduction in clutch force for quicker upshifts.
It also aims at ensuring rider safety in high speed downshifts, avoids wheel-hopping while cornering, and improves vehicle stability with the back-balance torque limiter effect. The motorcycle draws power from a 197.75cc single-cylinder motor which is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine develops 20.5 PS (Carb)/21.0 PS (EFI) of power at 8,500 RPM and 18.1 Nm of torque at 7,000 RPM.
The Race Edition 2.0 is available in Carburetor, EFI as well as Carburetor with ABS variant. The TVS Apache RTR 200 v4 race edition 2.0 starts at Rs INR 95,185 onwards (Ex-Showroom Delhi) and with ABS it reached INR 1,08,985
Honda CB hornet 160r
The 2018 Honda CB Hornet 160R also features an all-new LED headlamp. The 2018 Honda CB Hornet 160R with single channel ABS will be launched in the month of March The mechanicals are unchanged, with a traditional front fork, and a rear mono shock. The Hornet is Honda’s second motorcycle to feature ABS, This bike offers Hazard lamps and blue-lit all-digital instrumentation is standard as well. The bike comes in a new Dazzle Yellow Metallic color, in addition to the existing color variants. The motorcycle will be available in 4 variants – Standard, CBS, ABS and ABS Deluxe.
The 162.71 cc single cylinder HET mill is good for 15.25 PS at 8,500 rpm and 14.76 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The engine works in conjunction with a 5-speed gearbox. The 17-inch alloy wheels are shod with 100-section front and 140-section rear rubber. The addition of an LED headlamp will conserve more power and result in better battery life.
The 2018 Honda CB Hornet 160R rivals the 2018 Yamaha FZ-S FI, Suzuki Gixxer, and Bajaj Pulsar NS 160.
The single-channel ABS will enhance the braking performance of the 276 mm front and the 220 mm rear petal disc.
Hero Glamour SV
The Hero Glamour SV is powered by a new 124.7 cc mill coupled to a 4-speed gearbox. The engine is capable of producing 11.4 bhp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 11 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. The previous generation Glamour produced 9.1 PS and 10.35 Nm. The engine is BSIV compliant and the fuel injected variant allows them to be ready for BSVI norms which will be applicable from 2020.
Hero Glamour SV also gets i3S technology which is a start-stop technology helping the bike return an improved fuel efficiency of 3 percent (carburetted) and 7 percent (fuel injected). An exact fuel efficiency figure though has not been revealed.
The Hero Glamour SV is powered by a new 124.7 cc mill coupled to a 4-speed gearbox. The engine is capable of producing 11.4 bhp of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 11 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm The fuel injected version of the Hero Glamour accounts for 10 percent of the sales and is priced considerably higher than the carburetted version at INR 63,580 (ex-showroom, Delhi) despite which it is the most accessible fuel injected motorcycle in India. The previous generation Glamour produced 9.1 PS and 10.35 Nm.
The engine is BSIV compliant and the fuel injected variant allows them to be ready for BSVI norms which will be applicable from 2020.
The carburetted Hero Glamour SV starts at INR INR 57,755 for the drum brake variant and goes up to INR 59,775 for the front disc brake trim (both prices ex-showroom, Delhi). Brakes in the Hero Glamour SV are a disc brake up front and a drum setup in the rear. Colour options for the carburetted version include Candy Blazing Red+Black, Black+Sports Red, Black+Techno Blue and Black+Tornado Grey. The fuel injected version misses out on Black+Techno Blue shade.
The double cradle frame rides on 33 mm front telescopic fork with fork guards. The rear gets twin gas-charged shock absorbers. Bajaj has equipped the V15 with a disc up front and a drum at the rear. The brakes feature single-channel ABS as well. The 2018 Bajaj V15 has been showcased for the first time and features a nicely-designed backrest with cushion. The rear portion of the backrest features the ‘V’ logo, and the long single piece seat gets premium stitching as well. For the turkey market, the bike comes with a 150 cc DTS-i engine with fuel injection for Euro 4 compliance. The powerplant produces 12.09 PS of power at 7,500 rpm and 12.57 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm.
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