Commuter Bikes

Take a look at 20 popular commuter bikes available in India in the price range of Rs. 50,900 - Rs. 1.13 Lakh. The most popular commuter bikes include Hero Splendor Plus (Rs. 69,380), TVS Star City Plus (Rs. 70,205) and TVS Sport (Rs. 60,130). The top bike manufacturers that produce commuter bikes are Hero, TVS, Bajaj, Honda. To know more about Commuter Bikes in your city, Download Zigwheels App & get details on variants, specifications, pictures, mileage, reviews, and more.

Top Commuter Bikes in India 2022

Hero Splendor PlusRs. 69,380 - 73,200
TVS Star City PlusRs. 70,205 - 73,955
TVS SportRs. 60,130 - 66,493
TVS RadeonRs. 59,925 - 74,966
Bajaj Pulsar 125 NeonRs. 81,389 - 88,902

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  • HF Deluxe
    2488 reviews
    Decent mileage 

    Really it is an amazing bike, I am in love with hf deluxe because of the mileage and the stability it gives on road, Which give more comfort in the city, It gives decent mileage of almost 85-90 kmpl.

    Nitesh 1 day ago
  • SP 125
    1026 reviews
    Excellence bike 

    Excellence bike for home use because it is very useful to me i goes to learning own bike

    Md 20 hours ago
  • HF Deluxe
    2488 reviews
    Great choice 

    It is just great choice.India's largest selling and comfortable for all generation bike, Every 2500 km one should change oil and it gives smooth run.I have tried it in rainy seasons also and it has been good on road with great grip.

    Lakshay 1 day ago
  • HF Deluxe
    2488 reviews
    100cc segment 

    My experience about buying this bike is amazing.This bike is very good for riding, Daily uses and long trips too.It looks amazing and performance is much better when compared to other bikes in 100cc segment.

    Toni 1 day ago
  • HF Deluxe
    2488 reviews
    Excellent pickup 

    If you ride above 85 km+ speed then also this bike has no vibration.It has an excellent traction on the road.It has an excellent pickup, The resale value of this bike is very good.The mileage is around 82-87kmpl.

    Vikash 1 day ago

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Commuter Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 1 week ago

    Honda Shine comes with better fuel efficiency and a refined engine. The BS6 Shine gets an ACG starter motor, which offers extremely silent, almost noiseless starts and a start/stop switch. Powering the Honda is a 125cc fuel-injected motor that makes 10.7PS of power and 11Nm of torque mated to a new 5-speed transmission. However, The Pulsar 125 does make a lot of sense for a novice rider looking for a motorcycle with a bit of oomph without having to forego one’s entire life savings. It is the most affordable Pulsar on sale right now. And TVS has gone the smarter route, keeping a thrilling ride experience as the USP, instead of a purely commuter-centric approach. Nevertheless, the TVS Raider seems like a solid product and a worthy (and stylish) alternative to the umpteenth Honda Shine. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 weeks ago

    Both bikes are good in their own forte. TVS Sport would be a better option if you are looking for a basic but fuel-efficient bike. The TVS Sport comes loaded with oodles of features and now has been tuned for more mileage, the company claiming 95kmpl from the new Sport. On the other hand, the Honda Shine makes for an excellent proposition after the BS6 update. It offers a ton of features, a frugal engine with a 5-speed transmission and ACG starter motor which makes life much simpler. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.

  • Mohammad
    Mohammad 4 weeks ago

    Pulsar 125

  • Mohammad
    Mohammad 4 weeks ago

    Pulsar 125 is 125cc and pulsar 150 is 150cc the difference is engine 25cc difference

  • Mohammad
    Mohammad 4 weeks ago

    Pulsar 125 maintenance is more than cb shine

FAQs on Best Commuter Bikes

What is a commuter bike?

Like its name suggests, a commuter bike is designed to take you from point A to point B with optimum comfort and fuel efficiency. They usually have small capacity engines designed for reliability and mileage rather than out and out performance.

What is the engine cc of commuter bikes?

Commuter bikes are usually powered by engines that displace between 100cc (like the Hero Splendor Plus) and 160cc (like the Honda CB Unicorn 160). Beyond this, performance starts to take a higher priority and fuel-efficiency becomes less of a concern. In the past commuters were classified between 100 and 125cc but that has changed as the market evolved.

What is the top speed of commuter bikes?

Performance isn't the forte of commuter bikes and the engine is tuned to offer the highest fuel efficiency and reliability. Most commuter bikes have a real-world top speed of less than 100kmph.

Are commuter bikes comfortable for long rides?

Commuter bikes are inherently designed to offer maximum comfort. So yes, they will be comfortable for long rides, although the average speed might be low.

What is the maintenance cost of commuter bikes?

Commuter motorcycles are cheap to maintain as they use fewer moving parts and simple engine setups. Bikes like the Bajaj CT100, Platina 110 and Bajaj Pulsar 125 would cost you less than Rs 1,000 per service, including consumables, labour costs and GST.

Do commuter bikes have ABS?

To keep costs as low as possible, commuter motorcycles below 125cc do not get ABS. They instead get a combined braking system (CBS) which is compulsory for bikes below 125cc. Commuter motorcycles above 125cc, like the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon BS6 and Honda Unicorn 160 BS6, get a single-channel ABS as mandated by the government.

What are the best commuter bikes in India?

Up to 110cc you have the Hero Splendor iSmart, Hero HF Deluxe, Bajaj Platina 110 H-Gear and TVS Radeon. In the 125cc category, the popular bikes are the Hero Super Splendor and Honda Shine BS6.