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G2B Picks: Top 10 Motorcycles Under 1 Lakh in India

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While you are going to buy a bike of your choice, the most important concern is whether it will be under your budget or not. Another major factor is whether it comprises of the features and specifications that you are looking for or not. It might create a lot of hustle-bustle for you and you might end up in buying a motorcycle which is completely different than what you have thought before.

To resolve this problem, Gadget2Buy has listed some top 10 bikes that are under your budget as well it consists of the basic features that you must be aware of before investing a huge amount of money into it.

Suzuki Gixxer @ INR 77,015

If Gixxer SF is not that you are looking for at first place then Gixxer could be a great deal. It incorporates the same engine as of Gixxer SF has. What’s better is that weighs just 135Kg. It holds top speed up to 115kmph. However, if you want to buy it in a dual disc variant it will cost around INR 80,929.

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Honda xBlade @ INR 78,500

Honda xBlade comes up with an elegant design and stylish LED lights. It is boosted up with a powerful engine of 160cc. This motorcycle is suitable for 13.93 BHP at 8500 rpm and 13.9 Nm at 6000 rpm.

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TVS Apache RTR 160 4V @ INR 81,490

Other than TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, there is an option if you are looking for another variant of Apache with rear disc and wider tyre which will cost at INR 84,490.For those buyers, who wants fuel injection can get RTR 160 4V EFi at INR 90,490.

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Yamaha FZS V2 Fi @ INR 83,042

The V2 Fi version of Yamaha FZS has come up with fuel injection. It weighs just 132Kg. If you are looking for dual disc variant then it will cost at INR 86,042. There is an option to choose semi-faired Fazer for touring at INR 88,143. Yamaha is best known for bringing India’s first muscular looking road machine into the country and FZS V2 Fi has also proved the same.

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Honda CB Hornet 160R @ INR 84,675

CB Hornet 160R provides the buyers with an option of the single and double disc. It also gives an option to choose between CBS or ABS. It weighs quite high i.e 138Kg. Moreover, if you are looking for Top spec ABS model, it will cost at INR 92,675.

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Bajaj Avenger 220 @ INR 94,464

Avenger 220 is available as Street and Cruise variant without any price difference. It is the only bike below INR 1 lakh which consists of 200cc of the engine which is very powerful as it produces 18.8BHP and 17.5 Nm of torque. Moreover, it is the only bike below INR 1 lakh which consists of above 200cc engine.

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Bajaj Pulsar 220F @ INR 94,682

Pulsar has been one of the inexpensive motorcycles of India under INR 1 Lakh. Pulsar 220F is boosted up with the powerful 220cc engine. It produces 18.55 Nm of torque and 20.64 BHP. Before Pulsar RS200 came into the Indian market,220F has been considered as the fastest among all the variants of Pulsar.

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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V @ INR 95,685

Apache RTR 4V holds top speed up to 128kmph. It produces 20.23BHP and 18.1 Nm of torque. However, there is an option of another variant at INR 1,08,385 incase you are considering Fi. On the other hand RTR 200 ABS comes at INR1,09,485. Apache RTR 200 runs on a powerfull engine of 197.75 cc.

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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 @ INR 98,714

Pulsar NS200 has 199.5 cc engine which produces 23.17 BHP and 18.2 Nm of torque along with liquid cooling. We can say that Pulsar NS200 is the most powerful among all the motorcycles under INR 1 Lakh as it holds the top speed of 136kmph. If you are looking for ABS, it will cost at INR 1,10,714.

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Suzuki Intruder 150 @ INR 99,995

Intruder 150 has launched recently along with 154.9cc of a powerful engine. If buyers are looking for another fuel injected variant then they need to spend INR 1,06,896. It is fuel efficient.

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