Most affordable bikes with great mileage: Many people in India prefer two-wheelers over cars and reasons are many. Bikes are cheaper in comparison to four-wheelers, provide better mileage and save your time during the heavy traffic days.
Moreover, for Indian motorcycle buyers, price and mileage are the major factors and they always go for bikes that are fuel efficient as well as affordable.
Here, we bring you a list of 5 bikes that offer great mileage and don’t burn a hole in your pocket.
Most affordable bikes with great mileage
Hero Splendor Plus
When it comes to reliability, Hero Splendor Plus is one of the bikes worth mentioning. The bike has seen success in the Indian market since its launch in 1994 as Hero Honda Splendor. The legendary bike from Hero packs a 97.2 cc engine, which delivers 8.01 PS and a torque of 8.05 Nm. The Hero Splendor Plus delivers a claimed mileage of 70-80 Kmpl. The starting price of the bike is Rs 62,535 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
Bajaj Platina 100
Bajaj Platina 100 comes with a 102cc engine, capable of generating 7.9 PS of power and 8.3 Nm of Torque. The claimed mileage is between 80-90 Kmpl. The starting price of the bike is Rs 59,859 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
The TVS Sport comes equipped with a 109.7cc engine, which generates 8.29 PS of power and 8.7Nm of torque. The bike returns a mileage of around 70-80 kmpl and its price is Rs 56,130 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
Hero HF Deluxe
The 97.2 cc engine delivers 8.02PS of power and 8.05Nm of torque. Hero HF Deluxe returns a mileage of around 70-80 kmpl. The bike is priced at Rs 50,700 kmpl Ex-showroom Delhi).
Bajaj CT 100
The bike packs a 102cc engine, which churns out 7.9PS power and 8.34 Nm torque. Bajaj CT 100 provides a mileage of around 80-90 kmpl. Its price is Rs 49,152 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
Hero HF 100
Another bike from Hero, the new Hero HF, gets its power from a 97.2cc engine. The powermill churn out 8.36PS of power and 8.05Nm of torque, while the mileage it provides is 70-80 kmpl. The cost of Hero HF 100 is Rs 49,400 (Ex-showroom Delhi).
Disclaimer: The figures mentioned in the article are approximate mileage. Real life mileage may vary.