Bajaj CT 100: The Bajaj CT 100 also comes in three variants: the CT 100B with a round headlight, kickstarter and spoke wheels. Then there is the CT 100KS, which is a more upmarket variant with a headlight cowl, plastic body panels encompassing the tail light, alloy wheels and a kickstarter; and finally the CT 100ES with all the goodness of the KS and an electric starter for convenience. On the performance and features front the CT100 range is at par with the Splendor Plus range. The CT 100 is an entry-level motorcycle from Bajaj and has also made a name for i
TVS Sport: The TVS Sport also comes with a similar range offering as the Bajaj and Hero bikes. It may not be the most powerful here but it looks a lot more upmarket than the two, with the alloys and engine finished in black. The headlight also comes with pilot lamps and an “eco meter” to help you keep your riding style in check. It is also the second most affordable bike here, with prices starting from Rs 38,513.
Yamaha Saluto RX: Unlike others, the Saluto RX is available in only one variant: the top end, which includes all features available on the top end variants that other manufacturers are offering. It is also the most sporty looking of the lot, with sharp design lines. However, Yamaha has not been able to garner the kind of following that other models in this lineup hold. That said, it does come across as a promising bike to opt for, especially with the improving mileage of Yamaha offerings and its expanding dealer network.