Commuter Bikes

Take a look at popular commuter bikes in India in the price range of Rs. 59,018 - Rs. 1.62 Lakh. The most popular commuter bikes include Hero Splendor Plus (Rs. 75,141), Honda SP 125 (Rs. 86,017) and Bajaj Pulsar 125 (Rs. 80,416). The top manufacturers that produce commuter bikes are Hero, Honda, Bajaj, TVS, Revolt. 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 2023

Model Price Mileage / Range
Hero Splendor Plus Rs. 75,141 80 kmpl
Honda SP 125 Rs. 86,017 65 kmpl
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Rs. 80,416 57 kmpl
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Rs. 1.10 Lakh 47 kmpl
Honda Shine Rs. 79,800 -

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  • Splendor Plus
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    I love to drive. It has best 

    I love to drive.It has best milege.Its so eligible.Its more attractive to youngsters.If you ask me i will recommend this bike.

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    Zayr 8 hours ago
  • Pulsar 125
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    1145 reviews
    Bajaj pulsar 125 neon 

    Bajaj pulsar 125 neon model sep-2023 bs6.It has sound problem when it on 5th gear and speed reached 55-60 kmpl.The sound changed from normal to hur.Hur.Hur./ hum hum hum, Why anybody can give reply with solution.

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    Prem 9 hours ago
  • Pulsar 150
    4
    3838 reviews
    Initial days 

    I bought p150 8 years ago, At the initial days it was awesome today its just ok, I mostly use for short drives, Tea rides, The performance is still up to the mark.Idk about the new pulsar but yes that 8 year old pulsar is still a gem for me.

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    Shreyansh 7 hours ago
  • Unicorn
    4.2
    499 reviews
    I love unicorn bike because 

    I love unicorn bike because it's gives best kmilage pick-up and comfort.It's becoming professional bike.

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    Shivparsad 1 day ago
  • Splendor Plus
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    5321 reviews
    Bike is good even small height 

    Bike is good even small height people can drive it but the bike will not give the mentioned mileage and the pickup is awesome

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    Anonymous 1 day ago

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Commuter Bikes Question and Answers

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.

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