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Commuter Bikes

Here is a list of 20 commuter bikes available in India in the price range of Rs. 44,890 - Rs. 2.70 Lakh. The most popular commuter bikes include Hero Splendor Plus (Rs. 62,535), TVS Apache RTR 160 (Rs. 1.03 Lakh) and Yamaha MT 15 (Rs. 1.40 Lakh). The top brands that produce commuter bikes are Hero, TVS, Yamaha, Bajaj, Honda. Check out best commuter bikes in India from Hero Splendor Plus to TVS Sport. 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 2021

ModelPrice
Hero Splendor PlusRs. 62,535 - 67,845
TVS Apache RTR 160Rs. 1.03 - 1.06 Lakh
Yamaha MT 15Rs. 1.40 - 1.41 Lakh
Bajaj Pulsar 150Rs. 95,872 - 1.04 Lakh
Hero HF DeluxeRs. 49,400 - 61,975

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  • Splendor Plus
    4
    6409 reviews
    Splendor Plus

    The bike prices and information provided are only indicative and the bike prices and information provided are only indicative and carandbike suggests that the buyer contacts the nearest bike dealership to get the suggests that the buyer contacts the nearest bike dealership to get the

    Kotak
    Kotak 2 days ago
    Splendor Plus User Reviews
  • Apache RTR 160
    4
    3822 reviews
    Apache RTR 160

    I used this bike for my daily commute.The best thing about this beauty is the comfort.I have been riding this bike for 4-5 months daily 30-35 km, I have never ever felt discomfort or any sort of back pain or leg cramps.It is so stylish that it stands out in the crowd.It runs so smooth until 115 kmph.

    Vikas
    Vikas 1 week ago
    Apache RTR 160 User Reviews
  • Pulsar 150
    4
    7045 reviews
    Pulsar 150

    Engine oil service change maybe is most important, Although an old motorcycle may need long term sharpening a more of tyms.Nudging yourself off should not be the priority.

    Ankur
    Ankur 1 week ago
    Pulsar 150 User Reviews
  • HF Deluxe
    3.9
    1053 reviews
    HF Deluxe

    Mailesj km deti hi use sudharne ka trika kya ho skta hi100rupye ke tel me 50km chlti hhi bgut km mileage de rhi hi mene onjiniyring ke pas sevbhi tik karva liya

    Suresh
    Suresh 2 weeks ago
    HF Deluxe User Reviews
  • Apache 160 4V
    4.1
    2032 reviews
    Apache 160 4V

    Apache 1604v is very good commuter in 160 segment.It is easy to handle and excellent comfort for rider and pillion.Mileage was 50 to 54 kmpl in urban 45 to 50 in high speed so it was very good mileage, And its head lamp is good attractive look, And the main cons is tyres.Low road grip.But the bike is worth for bying for 1.30 lakhs.

    Ashwinraj
    Ashwinraj 6 days ago
    Apache 160 4V User Reviews

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Commuter Bikes Question and Answers

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 23 hours ago

    As of now, there is no official information available regarding the launch of Yamaha MT-125. So, we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 23 hours ago

    Currently, Yamaha is not available with any bike of 300-500 cc engine capacity. So we would suggest you to stay tuned for the updates.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 days ago

    Hero Electric unveiled its first electric motorcycle called the AE-47 at the 2020 Auto Expo. It is powered by a 4kW electric hub motor. Hero claims that the motorcycle can accelerate from 0-60kmph in 9 seconds and has a top speed of 85kmph. However, there is no update available regarding the launch of AE-47. Stay tuned.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 2 days ago

    Yes, the previous models of Hero Splendor Plus came equipped with a choke, however, the BS6 models miss out on the same.

  • Zigwheels
    Zigwheels 3 days ago

    Yes, Hero Moto Corp Splendor Plus is available with both kick and self-start.

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.