• Q. I m a 33 yrs 6 feet tall married guy, also have a 15 months baby daughter. Which bike suits me with a mileage of minimum 35 kmpl. Budget is around 2 lakh. Daily uses of 35 km. I m a primary school teacher. Do not suggest me Splendor, glamour pulsar etc.

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    Ghafoor | 1 year ago

    Look if u are a daily rider and carrying your family on the bike I would suggest u to buy um commando renegade it's the best or like avenger 220 cruise if u are not a cruiser guy then royal Enfield classic 350 it's good and personally I would suggest u activa 5g because I travel about 10 kilometers average daily it's good and comfortable for family but I would just suggest u the main thing that if u want to buy any bike first test ride it and see the comfort and ridings position best of luck for your upcoming motorcycle

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    Arkaprabha | 1 year ago

    RE 350 is the answer. Don't go for other bikes as most of the other bikes have split seats above 200cc and it will be very uncomfortable. RE350 has decent seats and the best part is you can modify it as per your requirement. RE will also remain as your legacy to your children.

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    Eagle | 1 year ago

    You should consider Dominar 400 considering its safety features and stance with good mileage. You can also adjust its rear shocker to max height for a comfortable ride considering your height.

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