Here are the top 10 bikes in India which can be checked out in 2022.
Indians, more than many other countries, have always had a love affair with two-wheelers. This is why India is home to some of the world's major motorcycle and scooter manufacturers, including TVs, Hero, Honda, and Bajaj. Recognizing the opportunities presented by this market, many multinational corporations have also built large operations here.
As a potential bike buyer, you may find it increasingly difficult to select the ideal bike, given the numerous possibilities available in each sector. To make things easier, we've compiled a list of the top bikes in India based on the number of units sold in January 2022. One most important aspect after buying bike is to, get a best Two wheeler Insurance Policy
So, let's get started.
1.Hero Passion Pro i3S
The Hero Passion Pro i3S is our top option among entry-level bikes, owing to the maximum mileage value of 84 KMPL. It has a Halogen headlight, an LED taillight, an engine kill switch, a semi-digital instrument cluster, and other features. The bike has a 97.2 CC engine that generates 8.35 PS of power and 8.05 Nm of torque. In terms of rider comfort, the bike has a Swingarm suspension with Adjustable Hydraulic Shock Absorbers in the front and Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers in the rear. The bike is available in three models, with prices ranging from Rs 51,446 to Rs 58,065 (ex-showroom price). The Honda Dream Yuga, Bajaj Discover 110, and Hero Splendor are all competitors for the Passion Pro i3S. One can also consider getting a Hero Passion Bike Insurance.
2.Bajaj Discover 125
The Bajaj Discover 125 is our choice for the 125 CC market, primarily because it is the most affordable 125 CC bike. The bike also receives a computerized twin-spark ignition. It has Spider mag-wheels, a Textured Tail-lamp Bezel, a Part-Digital Instrument Cluster, and Twin LED DRLs. The bike is powered by a 124.6 CC engine that generates 11 PS and 11 Nm of torque. It has a claimed mileage of 82.4 KMPL and a range of 536 Kms. The bike is available in two models: Drum and Disc, with prices ranging from Rs. The bike is available in two models: Drum and Disc, with prices ranging from Rs 51,793 - Rs 62,253 (ex-showroom price). The Honda Shine SP, Hero Glamour, and Yamaha Saluto compete with the Bajaj Discover 125. One can also read about Bajaj Discover Bike Insurance.
Many people enjoy riding a bare bike. Gixxer is most likely the cheapest naked bike in town. Suzuki Gixxer is a naked bike that looks like a Suzuki GSX 1000. It is now one of the top machines available in the 150 CC segment. Gixxer receives a fully digital instrument cluster with a gear position and RPM indication, automatic headlamps, and a stylish appearance. The bike is powered by a 154.9 CC engine that generates 14.8 PS and 14 Nm of torque. It has a claimed mileage of 64 KMPL and a range of 760 Kms. The Gixxer's most recent upgrade has a single-channel ABS, which many of its competitors lack. Despite stiff competition from the Bajaj Pulsar 150, it has a more modern and sporting appearance than the Pulsar. The bike's dynamic appearance attracts youthful purchasers. The bike is offered in two models, with prices ranging from Rs 81,406 - Rs 1.94 lakhs (ex-showroom price). One can also consider getting Suzuki Gixxer Bike Insurance.
4.TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
The facelifted fourth-generation TVS Apache is now a naked bike. The Apache RTR 160 4V is a naked bike with a completely sophisticated appearance. It does, however, have an aggressive appearance thanks to its low-set headlamp, contoured single-piece seat, dual-tone side panels, and an all-digital instrument dashboard with a trip meter and a clock. The bike is powered by a 159.7 CC oil-cooled engine that generates 16.5 PS and 14.8 Nm of torque. With a few more capabilities, Apache provides the most powerful engine among its competitors. It has a claimed mileage of 45 kilometres per litre and a riding range of over 500 kilometres. Apache comes in three configurations: front disc, rear disc, and fuel injection front/rear disc. It is priced between Rs 82,145 - Rs 1.19 lakhs (ex-showroom price). The bike goes up against the Honda CB Hornet 160R and the Pulsar NS160. There are also different TVS Apache Insurance for all its respective models.
5.Bajaj Avenger Street 180
With a price tag close to Rs 1 lakh, India's cheapest cruiser bike is perhaps the best tourer bike. The Bajaj Avenger Street 180 is our recommendation for the best cruiser bike under 200cc with a budget of less than Rs 1 lakh. The Suzuki Intruder, which starts at roughly Rs 1.02 Lakh, is the next significant competitor. Furthermore, the bike only has a 150 CC engine, but the Avenger has a larger engine. The Avenger is powered by a 180 CC engine that generates 15.5 PS and 13.7 Nm of torque. The bike has a driving range of 585 kilometres and a mileage of 45 kilometres per gallon. Another advantage of the Avenger over the Intruder is that it has a backrest for the pillion rider, which the Intruder does not have. However, the Avenger lacks a computerised instrument cluster. The bike is also equipped with LED DRLs and costs between Rs 86,861 - Rs 92,237 (ex-showroom price). There are also different Bajaj Avenger Insurance for all its respective models.
6.Apache RTR 200 4V
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is doing well in the market, and we consider it to be the greatest 200 CC naked bike in India. The Apache RTR also has a naked bike appearance, but with a sleeker body. Splitter Clutch, Remora Racing Tyres, Racing Double-Barrel Exhaust, and a Fully Digital Instrument Cluster are among the racing features. Furthermore, the top-tier variant includes ABS, which some of its competitors do not. The TVS Apache is powered by a 197.8 CC air-cooled engine that generates 20.2 BHP and 18.1 Nm of torque. The bike has a riding range of 384 km and a mileage of 32 KMPL. The bike goes up against the KTM Duke 200 and the Pulsar NS200. The Apache is offered in five different configurations: STD, Carburettor, Fuel Injection, ABS, and Fuel Injection Ethanol. The price range is between Rs 96,983 - Rs 1.46 lakhs (ex-showroom price). Also read about TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Insurance.
7.KTM RC 200
Recently, a slew of sports bikes have been introduced in India, and thankfully, a few of them are not prohibitively pricey. The KTM RC 200 is our choice for the top sports bikes under 200 CC. Any sports bike fan will be smitten by its athletic appearance and flaming colour. The decals on the bike's side body are simply stunning. In addition, the modest but aggressive exhaust at the bottom of the bike characterises it. The bike is powered by a 199.5 CC engine that generates 25 BHP and 19 Nm of torque. KTM provides 35 KMPL with a riding range of 350 Kms. The bike costs between Rs 2.04 lakhs - Rs 2.11 lakhs (ex-showroom price). The KTM RC 200 is pitted against the Yamaha FZ R15, Honda CBR 250R, and Pulsar RS 200. There are also different KTM RC Insurance for all its respective models.
8.Apache RR 310
The TVS Apache RR 310 is the company's first fully-faired sports bike. The bike's design language is crisp and edgy throughout. The Apache RR 310 is distinguished by its dual-LED projector headlamps. The bike's rear part features shark fin-like tail lamps hidden beneath the split seat. The LCD instrument cluster of the Apache RR 310 shows the engine temperature, fuel level, speed, gear indicator, clock, odometer, and side stand indicator. It also has a one-of-a-kind tachometer that displays rpm in a vertically climbing fashion. The bike is powered by a 312cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected single-cylinder engine. This engine produces 34 horsepower and 27 Newton-meters of torque and is coupled to a six-speed transmission. It has a mileage of 31 kilometres per gallon. Its rivals include the Kawasaki Ninja, Yamaha FZ R3, Benelli 302R, and KTM RC 390. The bike costs between Rs 2.6 lakhs and Rs 2.6 lakhs (ex-showroom price).
9.Bajaj Dominar 400
According to reports, the Bajaj Dominar 400 is a 'power cruiser.' It's shaped like a cruiser, but it's more suited to racing bikes' shoes. The chiselled mudguards, sharp headlights, and machine fitted alloy wheels are the bike's key highlights. The key features are the reverse instrument LCD display, ABS, tell-tale lights, and a side stands indicator. The bike is powered by a 373 CC liquid-cooled six-speed engine. The engine produces 35PS and 35Nm of torque. The bike has a range of 27 kilometres per litre. It is fiercely competitive with the Enfield brothers, the Classic and Thunderbird. Enfield provides an entirely different degree of cruising experience. People who like technology over brand names can look for this. An Enfield enthusiast, on the other hand, would never look beyond the Enfield bikes. The bike is available in two variants: STD and ABS, with prices ranging from Rs 1.92 lakhs - Rs 2.13 lakhs (ex-showroom price). Also check out the Bajaj Dominar 400 Insurance for its respective variants.
10.Royal Enfield Himalayan
In India, the Royal Enfield Himalayan is the most affordable off-road – on-road motorcycle. The bike is a visual treat for the eyes. Furthermore, with elevated mudguards, a sporty exhaust, and an attractive 'Himalayan' sticker, it is nearly a naked bike. The Himalayan is powered by a 411cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with a power output of 24.5bhp and torque of 32 Nm. Himalayan has a fuel efficiency of 36 KMPL. It lacks in terms of technology, but the looks sell the bike here. On the display unit, there is an analogue cluster with a clock and a trip metre. The bike lacks ABS, however, it is expected to gain it in the next generation. It has a halogen headlight and an LED taillight. The bike currently has no direct competition, however, it competes with other cruiser motorcycles on a smaller scale. It falls between the off-road and cruiser bike categories. Himalayan has a price range of Rs 1.66 lakhs - Rs 2.23 lakhs (ex-showroom price). The bike currently has no direct competition, however, it competes with other cruiser motorcycles on a smaller scale. It falls between the off-road and cruiser bike categories. Himalayan has a price range of Rs 1.66 lakhs - Rs 2.23 lakhs (ex-showroom price). One can check out the Royal Enfield Insurance for its respective models.
While these are some of the top bikes in India, a customer's search should be tailored to their budget and requirements.
There are other possibilities on the market, including bikes that have yet to achieve the level of popularity that some of the vehicles on this list have. So keep looking and only buy when you locate your dream bike!