Top 10 Mileage Bikes in India
The key concern for most Indian bike owners is mileage and fuel efficiency, due to the rising price of petroleum and diesel. Daily riders need to think, in particular, how they can minimize their daily travel expenses when riding their trusty bikes. Therefore, keeping this problem in mind for potential bike buyers, here is a list of some of India’s highest bike mileage. The best bikes in India with price and mileage and top 10 Bikes that provide good mileage are listed below,
1. TVS Sport (Mileage: 95kmpl)
TVS Sport is available in India as a commuter bike at a starting price of Rs. 55,884. It is available in 2 variants and 7 colours, starting from Rs. 61,438, with the top variant price. The Sport is powered by a 109.7cc BS6 engine that produces 8.18 bhp of power and 8.7 Nm of torque. TVS Sport has a hybrid braking system on all wheels with both front and rear drum brakes. This is said to be one of the best mileage bikes in India. The Sportbike weighs 110 kg and has a capacity of 10 litres for the fuel tank.
Engine Capacity: 100cc
2. Bajaj Platina 100 (Mileage: 90kmpl)
The Bajaj Platina 100 is a commuter bike offered in India at a starting price of Rs. 52,786. It is available in 3 variants and 6 colours, starting from Rs. 63,043, with the top variant price. The Platina 100 is powered by a 102cc BS6 engine that produces 7.9 bhp of power and 8.34 Nm of torque. The Bajaj Platina 100 comes with both front and rear drum brakes and a hybrid braking mechanism for both wheels. Weighing 117 kg, this Platina 100 bike has a fuel tank size of 11 litres.
Engine Capacity: 102cc
3. Bajaj CT 100 (Mileage: 89kmpl)
The Bajaj CT 100 is a commuter bike which is available in India at a starting price of Rs. 45,911. It is available in 3 variants and 6 colours, starting from Rs. 52,326 with the highest variant price. The CT 100 is powered by a 102cc BS6 engine that produces 7.79 bhp of power and 8.34 Nm of torque. The Bajaj CT 100 comes with both front and rear drum brakes and a hybrid braking mechanism for both wheels. Weighing 114 kg, this CT 100 bike has a fuel tank size of 10.5 litres.
Engine Capacity: 99.28cc
4. TVS Star City Plus (Mileage: 86kmpl)
At a starting price of Rs. 66,117 in India, TVS Star City Plus is a commuter bike available. It is available in 2 variants and 5 colours, starting from Rs. 66,158, with the top variant price. The Star City Plus is powered by a 109.7cc BS6 engine that produces 8.08 bhp of power and 8.7 Nm of torque. TVS Star City Plus comes with both front and rear drum brakes and a hybrid braking mechanism on both wheels. Weighing 116 kg, this Star City Plus bike has a fuel tank size of 10 litres.
Engine Capacity: 109.7cc
5. Honda Dream Yuga (Mileage: 84kmpl)
The Dream Yuga in their ‘Dream’ series of motorcycles is the most premium product from Honda. This motorcycle has a very traditional look, targeted at the commuter market, and is very simple in its styling, like the other bikes in the ‘Dream’ series. A moulded headlamp cowl that adds a dash of style is provided to The Dream Yuga. Its fuel tank of eight litres is more utilitarian than trendy. On the side of the fuel tank, the motorcycle also gets flashy decals which run all the way from the side panels to the grabrail.
6. Yamaha Saluto RX (Mileage: 82kmpl)
Yamaha’s entry-level offering in the lucrative 110cc commuter market is the Yamaha Saluto RX. A successor to the Yamaha Crux, with BlueCore technology, the Saluto RX adopts a brand new platform and engine. The Yamaha Saluto RX is influenced, cosmetically, by its larger 125cc sibling, the Saluto. With a host of elegant painting programs, it gets the same conservative styling. A bikini fairing with a curvy headlamp unit is on the front of the Saluto RX, while the tank is sculpted to give it a slightly muscular appearance. The instrument cluster is minimalistic and, along with other simple functionalities, integrates an analogue speedometer and fuel gauge.
Engine Capacity: 110cc
7. Hero Splendor Plus (Mileage: 81kmpl)
A commuter bike available in India at a starting price of Rs. 61,714 is Hero Splendor Plus. It is available in 4 variants and 7 colours, starting from Rs. 65,291, with the top variant price. The Splendor Plus is powered by a 97.2cc BS6 engine that produces 7.91 bhp of power and 8.05 Nm of torque. Hero Splendor Plus comes with both front and rear drum brakes and a hybrid braking mechanism on both wheels. Weighing 110 kg, this Splendor Plus bike has a fuel tank size of 9.8 litres.
Engine Capacity: 97.2cc
8. TVS Radeon (Mileage: 70kmpl)
The Radeon provides respectable mileage, while still being more affordable than the Star City Plus, another TVS entry in this series. This bike has plenty of features to sell, along with its superior mileage, with drum brakes, a 4-speed gearbox, tubeless tyres and self-start. It looks very attractive, concentrating on simplicity while retaining elegance. The recipient of numerous prizes, this bike is available in four colour variants for customers.
Engine Capacity: 109.7cc
9. TVS Victor (Mileage: 70kmpl)
In the estimated price range of 56,000 to 60,000 INR, TVS Victor BS6 is expected to be launched in India in April 2021. TVS Sport, Hero Splendor Plus & TVS Radeon are bikes currently available that are identical to Victor BS6. After a period of more than eight years, TVS resurrected the Victor brand and put the motorcycle in their line-up above the Star City Plus. A host of cosmetic and technical improvements appear in the latest Victor. But, along with some new features, the BS6 version is likely to come with revamped styling and performance.
10. Bajaj Discover 110 (Mileage: 69kmpl)
The Discover 110 is the newest attempt by Bajaj to crack the 110cc commuter premium market. It is a stylish motorcycle that provides all the advantages of a commodity from Bajaj – great value and excellent characteristics. A semi-digital instrument cluster that has a tachometer and a tripmeter are among the latest features. The Discover 110 is powered by a single-cylinder, air-cooled 115cc engine. It also has Bajaj’s proprietary twin spark DTS-i technology. 8.5bhp and 9.81Nm are the findings. The Discovery 110’s alloy wheel design is particularly fetching, but it does not, even as an option, offer a front disc brake. For nearly Rs 1000 more, however, a connected brake system is now an optional extra.
Engine Capacity: 115.5cc
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