Top 10 Best Bikes Under Rs. 2 Lakhs in India 2017

Motorcycles are very much useful in a jam packed country like India. Also, in the remote places where no other vehicle can get through at ease, motorcycles will easily do. This flexible and versatile nature of motorbikes have made them very popular in this country, and fortunately a very wide range of motorbikes are available at a very reasonable price range of below 2 lakh rupees. We have sorted out 10 options.

10. KTM 390 Duke ABS

KTM 390 Duke ABS

This KTM Duke model is equipped with greater stopping power, using ABS breaking technology. Engine displacement is 373 cc and maximum power output 44 bhp at 9,500 rpm. Rated mileage on Duke 390 ABS is 25 kmpl. Price – Rs. 187,780.

9. Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500

Royal Enfield Thunderbird 500

500 cc engine displacement is quite large, combined with a maximum power output figure of 27.20 bhp at 5,250 rpm and 41.30 Nm maximum torque at 4,000 rpm. Fuel tank holds 20 liters of fuel and mileage is 32 kmpl. Price – Rs. 178,118.

8. Mahindra Mojo

Mahindra Mojo

In the motorbike industry, Mahindra is doing pretty well with Centuro and Mojo. The engine has a displacement of 295 cc and it offers maximum power output of 26.45 bhp at 8,000 rpm. Fuel tank capacity on this motorbike is 21 liters. Price – Rs. 165,500.

7. Hero Karizma ZMR

Hero Karizma ZMR 2014

Despite being a 2014 model, this Hero motorbike is still very popular in 2016. Engine displacement is 223 cc on this motorbike, with 20 bhp rated maximum output at 8,000 rpm and 19.70 Nm torque at 6,500 rpm. There are 5 gears and the mileage is around 40 kmpl. Price – Rs. 103,993.

6. Benelli TNT 25

Benelli TNT 25

Benelli TNT 25 is made by the Italian company Marque, it’s an entry level iteration with a 250 cc engine. Maximum rated power output is 28.16 bhp at 9,800 rpm and maximum torque is 21.61 Nm at 8,000 rpm. 159 kg curb weight is pretty heavy, made of steel trellis frame. Price – Rs. 172,750.

1 thought on “Top 10 Best Bikes Under Rs. 2 Lakhs in India 2017”

  1. Midhun Narayan says:

    Where the hell is Himalayan in ur article

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