Which Bike Fits Your Budget Best
Choosing a bike is extremely difficult. Tons and tons of research goes into it, along with a good amount of money. When you have 200 or so bikes in the market, it’s hard to know if you’ve made the right decision or not. Ultimately, it all comes down to how you feel on your bike. If it feels just right, then all your worries and questions just get smaller and smaller in your rear-view mirrors. The biggest factor in deciding which bike to buy depends on your budget. Let’s get a lowdown on which bike fits your budget best!
Hero HF Deluxe – Rs. 38,480
Probably the most affordable bike on the market. This bike is great for beginners and those looking to buy their first bike. This bike is extremely popular and well loved, especially as it served as the first bike for many. Great value for money and fantastic mileage can be expected!
Honda CB Shine – Rs 54, 720
A step up from the Hero HF Deluxe. Understated looks, industrious performance and again, value for money. These are the three words that best describe the Honda CB Shine. This 125cc motorcycle was developed for the mass market and has been highly successful.
TVS Apache RTR 160 – 75,390
The Apache brand was launched in India by TVS in 2009. ‘RTR’ stands for Racing Throttle Response and the motorcycle is designed with a racing approach. Those looking for speed in this price range can amp up on racing enhancements. Castrol’s POWER1 engine oil is known to give the best throttle response in the market.
Suzuki Intruder – Rs. 99, 990
This badass looking bike has a pretty decent price and is popular in the Indian market. This cruiser motorcycle found a niche in the 150cc cruiser market and has capitalized well.
Royal Enfield Classic – Rs. 1,35,00
Such an aspirational bike. It’s hard to find a model that is closer to the hearts of those in the biking brotherhood. People tend to splurge just a little extra when they know the Royal Enfield Classic is close to their range. Well, who wouldn’t?
Once the budget crosses Rs. 1,50,00 price is not a huge factor, it then comes down to performance requirements, recommendations and the brand.