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  • Q. Is there any bike with 150cc engine and highest mileage and lowest price?

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    Vikas
    Vikas | 1 year ago

    Hi Manav, honestly I can tell you that bikes above 100cc is purely ment for performance purpose you can't expect more but in my opinion you can pull out good mileage by driving at a constant speed 40 to 45 KM/H. check out some Pulsar 150 reviews.

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    Ketan
    Ketan | 11 months ago

    I don't KNOW JUST GOOGLE UP

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    Vikas
    Vikas | 1 year ago

    My opinion you can pull out good mileage by driving at a constant speed 40 to 45 KM/H.

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