Hello guys welcome to this article, so today we will talk about Top Commuter Bikes in India. Take a look at popular commuter bikes available in India in the price range of Rs. 50,900 – Rs. 1.62 Lakh. The most popular commuter bikes include Hero Splendor Plus (Rs. 74,491), Honda SP 125 (Rs. 86,017) and Bajaj Pulsar 150 (Rs. 1.17 Lakh). The top manufacturers that produce commuter bikes are Hero, Honda, Bajaj, TVS, Keeway. So stay with us because we will going to tell about its features and specification. So guys if you are a bike lover then this article for you, so without wasting any time lets start the article.
Top Commuter Bikes in in India:
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1. Honda SP 125:
This is a such a durable bike for everyone because its price, mileage and also servicing coat very. The Honda SP 125 BS65 was launch on 23 January 2023 and its available in two variants which is Honda SP 125 Drum, Honda SP 125 Dis. Now if we talk about its features then you will get to see that, The SP125 comes with a silent starter and a kill-switch, along with a side stand engine cut-off feature. Its fully-digital instrument console shows real-time mileage, eco prompt, side stand engagement, distance to empty, service due indicator and also gear position, apart from the general trove of information. This sporty commuter also comes with 5-spoke alloy wheels. Honda SP 125 is powering the Honda SP125 is a cylinder, 123.94cc, air-cooed engine, which is linked to a five-speed gearbox, producing 10.87PS and 10.0Nm. Now if we talk about its price then, Rs. 86,017 to 90,017.
2. Bajaj Pulsar 150:
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is very comfortable and easy to drive and mileage is very affordable and with friendly budget price. Latest update of BS6 Bajaj Pulsar 150 was launch on 12 February 2020 and it was available in two variants likes Bajaj Pulsar 150 Single Disc BS6, Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc BS6. Now if we talk about its features then you will get to see that, Bajaj Pulsar 150 sports a semi-digital cluster which has speedometer, odometer, tripmeters, fuel gauge and the ususal tell-tale lights. The bike also gets backlit switchgear, and a single-channel ABS as standard. The headlight(with two pilot lamps) including blinkers are halogen units, whereas the tail lamps units is LED. Over the year the pulsar 150 has retained its iconic design. With an aggressive-looking face, muscular tank, flowing design, sleek tail section and attractive color schemes, it looks sporty. Bajaj Pulsar 150 is a single-cylinder, 149.5cc, air-cooled, fuel-injected, DTS-i engine which is linked to a 5-speed gearbox. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 price is about Rs. 1.17 to 1.20 Lakh.
3. Hero Passion Pro:
Hero Passion Pro is a nice bike and it give best mileage with good experience to drive. Hero Passion Pro BS6 was launch on 18 February 2020 and its available in two variants which is Passion XTEC Drum 113cc and Passion XTEC Disc and now if we talk about its features then you will get to see that, Both variants of the Passion Pro now have a feature called Auto-Sail technology, which is a low-rpm assist, similar to TVS’s Glide-Through-Traffic tech. This helps in crawling in traffic without the use of throttle. The instrument console is a semi-digital unit on the standard variant, but fully digital on the Xtec variant. On the standard variant, it shows speed, odometer, trip meter readings and fuel gauge along with other tell-tale lights. The Xtec variant even shows real-time mileage, Call/SMS alert and phone battery level (via Bluetooth connectivity). The bike sports an LED headlight (with the Xtec having a projector unit). The taillight and indicators are halogens. The Passion Pro also comes with USB charging, as a standard feature. The engine capacity is powered by a single cylinder, air cooled, 113.2cc. The price of this Hero Passion Pro in India is between Rs. 79,638 to 84,438 Rupees.
4. Honda Unicorn:
The Honda Unicorn BS6 is a popular motorcycle known for its reliability, efficiency, and comfortable riding experience. The Honda Unicorn BS6 was launch on 27 February 2020 and this model have one variants and four different color options. Now if we talk about its features then you will get to see that It’s the same story as with design when it comes to features, barring for an engine kill switch. The Japanese brand has made no effort to modernise the Unicorn BS6 as it misses out on LED headlight or even a ACG starter as seen on the Honda Shine. The three-pod analogue instrument cluster has also been carried forward, which does look dated among the array of digital consoles. It features single-channel ABS. The engine capacity of this bike is powered by 163cc, with the price of Rs. 1.09Lakh.
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