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So, I'll just make it a little harder to understand at first but if you carefully read my answer till the end you might get your answer 1.scooters that are rich in FEATURES A. Tvs ntorq heavily loaded with features gets an led display Gauge which shows lap time speed average speed fuel light, you can connect your smartphone to it and get directions, know who is calling you. B. Suzuki burgman does get an digital display but doesn't have all those exiting features C. Aprilia Sr 150 &125 Gets digital display can connect your smartphone too it but doesn't have lap time and other goodies as ntorq D. Honda grazia well, it just has a digital screen that shows speed and fuel Guage that's it. 2 PERFORMANCE A. APRILIA SR 150 AND 125 150 is a monster brilliant acceleration o-60kph in 6.7 seconds and 0-100 in 26.3 seconds 125 isn't as as exhilarating to drive as as 150 but it does have its numbers too. 0-60kph in 8.8 seconds 0-100 in well it doesn't gets to hundred top speed is 97kph B. TVS NTORQ a brilliant scooter acceleration time 0-60 in 9 seconds 0-100 kph well. it doesn't reach 100kph either but some claim that it does but I've tested it and it reaches 96 kph easily and well struggles after that. C. SUZUKI BURGMAN Acceleration times are 0-60 in 11 seconds around top speed of 94kph D. Honda grazia 0-60 kph in 11 seconds Top Speed 92kph 3.MILEAGE A.HONDA GRAZIA WITH 41 KML B. TVS NTORQ WITH 38 KML C. SUZUKI BURGMAN WITH 36 KML, D. APRILIA 150 WITH 32 AND 125 WITH 33 KML HANDLING A. APRILIA BROTHERS nothing comes close to their handling they are nimble and their suspension is stiffer for better handling and can easily take some high speed corners B. TVS NTORQ does handle brilliantly but has a softer suspension so not as good as Aprilia boys C. Suzuki burgman Well it has softer suspension but it's lighter than ntorq so it's quite agile in traffic but really can't take a corner as flat as ntorq or Aprilia boys D. Honda grazia Well it's not really a scooter for handling or fun/joy riding. So as we got that away I would suggest you to buy TVS NTORQ NOTHING COMES CLOSE TO WHAT IT DOES BRILLIANT RIDE QUALITY, HANDLES WELL TOO, ACCELERATION TIMES ARE BETTER, POWER IS ALWAYS THERE WHEN YOU SLAM THE THROTTLE. FEATURES LIKE NO OTHER SCOOTERS IN THIS SEGMENT OR ANY OTHER ATLEAST IN INDIA. CHEAPER THAN OTHERS. WELL IT DEPENDS ON THE CITY AND STATE BUT WHATEVER YOU PAY ITS WORTH WHILE. FOR THIS SCOOTER IT CAN CARRY YOU SHOPPING BAGS, CAN SEAT A PILION IN COMFORT AND WHEN YOUR ALONE YOU CAN HAVE SOME FUN IN THE STRAIGHT LINE AND EVEN THE CORNERS.
Nothing is best and everything has there own problems and downsides..But in the present market if your looking for a stylish, sporty, modern-looks, mileage and performance, good braking with VFM TAG vehicle go for TVS NTORQ.. If you need a practical & VFM TAG with lots of space and comfort offering that can be used by all the ages of house just blindly go for ACCESS 125 you'll have the reliability of suzuki and trusted Japanese engine
If you want something advance then Honda activa you can consider. TVS jupiter has classic variant as well as grande variant which offers good comfort, refinement and mileage. If you want slight more power and average you can consider Suzuki access 125 that also offers multiple variants to choose according to requirements. If boosting power is your concern and can compromise with mileage go for TVS Ntorq 125.
There are ample of options available such as Honda Activa 5G, TVS Jupiter, TVS NTorq, Suzuki Access, Suzuki Burgman Street etc. Click on the following link to check out more options: https://bit.ly/2EiWjOS You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.
There are ample of options available in different price range like TVS Sport, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Honda CB Hornet 160R, Hero Glamour, Honda Livo etc. Click on the link to check all options: https://bit.ly/2x4FGCM You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one. As new bike purchase would depend on a lot of factors like budget, segment or brand preference, specific feature requirement etc. Hence, we request you to share your inputs so that we can assist you in right direction.
Mileage is based on u how u ride and maintain the bike, if u maintain the bike properly with time to time services and ride under economic speed every bike will give good mileage, based on the cc of the bike. As per my knowledge I prefer hf deluxe only bcz the service cost is less, maintenance charges r low, and I get a mileage around 69kms at present iwon this bike past 2yrs, still no compromise.
There are ample of options available i.e. Bajaj Platina Comfortec, Bajaj CT 100, TVS Sport, Hero Splendor PRO, Mahindra Centuro etc Click on the given link to explore all available options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.php?bypricerange=0-70000&bybodytype=commuter&sortfield=mileage&sortdirection=desc Choosing one will depend on several factors like budget, brand preference, specific feature requirements etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
There are ample of options available i.e. Bajaj Platina Comfortec, Hero Splendor PRO, Suzuki Gixxer, Honda CB Unicorn 160 etc. Click on the given link to explore all available options: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.php?sortfield=mileage&sortdirection=desc Choosing one will depend on several factors like budget, brand preference, specific feature requirements etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
You can have a look at Yamaha YZF R15 V3, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Suzuki Intruder. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: If a bike has to survive in the cut-throat 160cc two-wheeler segment, it needs to be competitively priced and pack enough performance to keep riders happy. Thankfully, the Apache RTR 160 4V delivers well on both fronts with class leading features. The Apache RTR 160 4V is not only the most refined RTR we have ridden till date but also one of the most refined 160cc motorcycles to be ever produced in India. Suzuki Intruder: It is a cruiser that looks like a 250cc model and gets the positive traits of the Gixxer like peppy performance and handling. The ride is on the stiffer side but it gets better with a pillion. If you like its imposing looks and are looking for a comfortable ride to replace your daily commute, this might be it. Yamaha YZF R15 V3: We rode the new R15 v3.0 on both the racetrack and in the real world. While the R15 has grown larger and more powerful, it needs a certain level of expertise to tame. The more committed ergonomics make for an uncomfortable ride in the city. If you are looking for a dynamically competent bike that you’d like to hone your riding skills on and don't mind the committed riding position, the Yamaha R15 v 3.0 is the one to go for. It's a bike we'd love to have in our garage but its ergonomics limit its practicality. That's the reason it can not be our primary everyday bike. Read more: - Suzuki Intruder FI ABS: Performance Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/suzuki-intruder-fi-abs-performance-test-review/30776/ - TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: First Ride Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/tvs-apache-rtr-160-4v-first-ride-review/30013/ - Yamaha R15 v3.0 Road Test Review: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/yamaha-r15-v30-road-test-review/30566/
U r already using the best bike.. It depends wat u need.. Like the price u hav mentioned.. There are just two bikes available in the market.. Ns 200 and rtr 200 4v... So ns 200 have the same engine but in carberattor verson.. If dont want to drive the bike nearly to 140 kmph so go for rtr 200 bcoz is the slipper clutch also.. And more comfort and less and low maintainence cost
There are ample of options available in this price range and with different engine capacity such as Bajaj Avenger street 180, Royal enfield classic 350, Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 and many more. Please share your needs/requirements with us here so that we can help you in decision making. Click on the given link to check all options: https://bit.ly/2sxD6af
There are ample of bikes under this budget such as TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Race Edition 2.0, Yamaha YZF R15, Bajaj Pulsar RS200, Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 etc. Click on the link to check out these options and let us know the handpicked options along with your requirements so that we can assist you further. Here is the link: https://bit.ly/2sxD6af
It depends on usage, i will suggest to go with Honda dio in case of less usage ( less than 20 kms per day ), if you are using more than that go for Aprilla little bit costly but it will be best in comfort and it has better suspension than Grazia and all other scooters. Vespa is also a choice, but it cost for value is less.
I am a lady driving Activa 5g for more than a month now. I have loved it in terms of the driving and the specifications. I also met with a small accident which only left a dent on the scooty because of the metal body. Also, this Activa 5g is more lighter than other models. Also, the variations are great and also in budget.
There are ample of options available like i.e. Hero HF Deluxe, TVS Radeon, Honda CD 110 Dream, Yamaha Saluto RX, Suzuki Hayate etc.You can explore more options by clicking on the given link: https://www.zigwheels.com/new_bike_search.php?bypricerange=0-40000,0-50000,0-60000,0-70000&byfueltype=petrol&sortfield=price&sortdirection=asc You can apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.Choosing one may depend on several factors like brand preference, performance, and specific feature requirement etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
Tata Nexon is priced in thec range of Rs. 6.16 - 10.59 lakh (Ex-showroom Price, Delhi). Click on the given link to get an idea about on-road price: https://bit.ly/2fkh8SH The Tata Nexon is offered with two engine options. There is a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol motor which produces 110PS/170Nm and a 1.5-litre diesel engine which churns out 110PS/260Nm. Both engines come mated to a 6-speed manual or AMT gearbox. Additionally, both SUVs get multiple driving modes - Read more: Tata Nexon Petrol AMT & Diesel AMT Review: 5 Things To Know - https://bit.ly/2wBXqXp We would suggest you to take a test ride in order to clear your all doubts. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2jv2aXQ Note: If you've dealership in your area then you can opt for Praise otherwise, we won't suggest you to go for it or any other electric vehicle because you may find difficulties regarding its charging & servicing.
There are ample of options available i.e. Okinawa Praise, Hero Electric Photon, Ather 450, Avon E Star etc.Click on the given link to explore all available options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newbikes/electric-bikes Choosing one will depend on several factors like purpose, budget, specific feature requirement etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
Anti lock braking system or ABS was been there since a very long time back but not so popular in India mainly because of the price,but was a very useful safety features. In ABS, when the brake was suddenly pressed, the wheel will not lock up and your tyres will not skid.This is very useful during rain or on muddy surfaces where traction are low.The sensor present on the wheel itself detect any sudden changes in wheel speed or if the wheel is going to lose traction.It will help you by engaging and disengaging brakes automatically so you can stop safely without skidding. In non abs, braking was more risky at high speeds and stopping distance is much longer then an abs version. The only difference in a pulsar220 is that in an ABS version there will be ABS sensor at the front disc and real wheel lift protection was there which is much safer.It is a single channel abs because of price concern but is more then enough.
ABS-Antilock Braking System, A new technology for brakes. More safety and superior than any other braking system.STD- Standard, Disc brakes or normal braking system.*Govt. of India made it mandatory that, All Two wheleers ( 120cc+) that are manufactured from *APRIL 2019* Should have default ABS Braking system.
There are ample of options available in different price range like Hero Pleasure, Honda Cliq, TVS Scooty Pep Plus, TVS Scooty Zest etc. Click on the link to check all options: https://bit.ly/2PtBCoE You may also apply filters to refine your search and can shortlist some of the options from the lot. Do let us know the hand-picked options so that we can help you to choose one.
There are ample of options available i.e. Jawa Jawa, Royal Enfield Classic 350, Suzuki Intruder, Bajaj Dominar 400, UM Motorcycles Renegade Commando etc. Click on the given link to explore all available options: https://www.zigwheels.com/newbikes/bikes-between-1-to-2-lakhs Choosing one will depend on several factors like bike type, brand preference, specific feature requirements etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
The RTR Ethanol runs on E85 ethanol that is an oxygenated fuel similar to petrol but made from plant matter. Most petrol engines can be run on ethanol but need revised changes to the fuel system, that allows them to run with the higher air-fuel mixture that ethanol requires. And helping with that change is the twin-spray-twin-port fuel injectors that the RTR Ethanol is equipped with. If we talk about the mileage it will return about 22 to 23 kmpl. As government hasn't initiated ethanol fuel stations so we have to wait for its launch till we get ethanol fuel pumps in the country. New TVS Apache RTR 200 Fi Ethanol Unveiled - https://www.zigwheels.com/news-features/news/new-tvs-apache-rtr-200-fi-ethanol-unveiled/29758/
There is two type of engines in bike like Fuel injection nd carburettor.Fuel injection is completely new technology nd being adopted by the indian manufacturers these days.Other countries adopted these technologiesMuch early but indian manufactures are adopting now a days. IT is still costly than carburettor model.Benefits- better throttle Response Better fuel efficiency Less maintenance Much better cold starting.
In a carburetor fuel and air are mixed and sucked in by the piston in fuel injection air and fuel are mixed injected directly in the cylinder with force and it is controlled by sensors which decide how much fuel or air is required (computerized) which leads to better milage and pickup
Depends on the city conditions.. its roads precisely.. moreover the age of a teenager... The teenagers always have the craze of speed.. power and performance but they lack skill of controlling the vehicle and wise decisions regarding when to push the throttle to its limits and when to stay low.. Hence, i would recommend safety in the first place. Any bike which is not more than 200 cc but is equipped with dual channel ABS will be a good choice. A bike with 150 cc engine having dual ABS will be the perfect pick. Nowadays trend is changing so there are certain bikes in the 150 cc segment market which offer dual channel ABS. I would suggest to go with those models. Personally i found Gixxer and Fz much stable when it comes to handling but i am not sure that they are available with dual channel abs or not at present in Feb 2019
KTM 390 is absolutely not a city ride bike, unless you take it out few days a week and few times in city traffic. If you are someone who does a lot of city ride then I would suggest to go for D200 KTM, it pretty much does the same job. It is a lot forgiving then a D390. D390 is a pure race bike with insane acceleration and it demands speed, speed and speed. It doesn't settle for less.Other bikes that are best suited for city rides are1. Yamaha R15 V32. KTM Duke 200 (Already listed above)3. Pulsar 220 Etc and many more which are fuel efficient and are made up for city rides.~ Pranav.
If it's your first bike then try in 150-200 segment.so you can upgrade your bike after getting how to control.im telling because I lost my best buddy like this.when we start to ride our first bike 95% will be squids because of the power we felt after some months then u think about that u will ride mannerly.teenagers are the best squids on the road.ride safe live long
As per my opinion , RE bikes are good in order of their quality and riding comfort. I recent drove my RE TB 350 for 300 KM long drive to Trichy and back to Bangalore . After riding around 150 KMs , my left shoulder started hurting me and due to this , I couldn’t turn my head to right , if turn so , my shoulder hurts more than normal .So I have decided from then . Not to go long ride which is more than 150KMs. It remain hurts for few days after the ride finished . It’s my opinion . It may be due to my height . I am 6 ft tall .
There are ample of options available i.e. Royal Enfield Classic 350, Suzuki Intruder, UM Motorcycles Renegade Commando, Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220, Royal Enfield Himalayan etc. Click on the given link to explore all available options: Choosing one will depend on several factors like budget, brand preference, specific feature requirements etc. Please drop down your requirements so that we can assist you further.
For long drives, get a stable bike. a RE 350 or 500 would be best or the RE Himalayan. if budget allows, try one of the new adventure Triumph bikes , these offer higher performance and stability on long journeys. my own RE Thunderbird performs well too but my back does start hurting after a while when driving on longer routes. Good luck
Dear Pramooth, If you want a daily commuter bike with mileage and performance you can buy a 150 or 160 CC bike(e.g Xtreme, Unicorn) you should consider also ease of service. That you generally get from Hero or Honda bikes. But if you are looking for something special you can go for RE classic 350, or Bajaj Dominar(bike is new hence overall performance is still under scrutiny, yet reviews are ok). Please let me know your exact preferences and expectations from a bike, so that I can answer in better way. Best Regards!!!
You may have a look at Honda Cliq. It sports a seat height of 743mm which offers a good riding stance. Its wide handlebar, comfy seat and lowered seat height make short rides carefree. The Cliq's overall seating posture is upright and relaxed and the well-padded seat feels plush, with enough room for two. Honda Cliq's fun-to-ride nature and competitive pricing will attract a lot of interest from new riders. However, it still remains to be seen if the Cliq will actually… erm… click with its targeted demographic, the rural market.
Considering your daily travel of more than 100 Kms here cruiser bike would be a better pick. Talking about Suzuki Intruder it checks all boxes. The bike’s design is dominated by the front cowl housing the big headlamp unit flanked by fuel tank extensions. The rear gets a large dual-barrel exhaust and bulky rear cowl. With its comfortable perch, it works really well is in urban conditions and for short to medium distances. However, given its overall performance, dynamics and fuel efficiency, we think it makes great sense for someone looking for a small capacity cruiser. You may also consider the other options such as Royal Enfield Classic 350, Royal Enfield Thunderbird and Jawa 42.
Anti-lock Braking System aka ABS - In normal disc brakes, when used wheels get locked if brakes are applied at full and bikes skid. ABS is a is a safety anti-skid braking system which uses wheel speed sensors to identify if one or more wheels are trying to lock up during braking. If a wheel tries to lock up, a series of hydraulic valves limit or reduce the braking on that wheel. This prevents skidding and allows you to maintain handle control. When only front wheel has ABS its called Single channel ABS when both wheels have ABS its called Dual Channel ABS. It will be mandatory for 2 wheelers supplied from April 2019 to have Dual Channel ABS.
Preferably buy a 125 cc bike as it is more stable and gives good mileage too. You can consider Honda CB Shine or Hero Glamour. If you wish to go for even heavier bike then consider the latest entry Suzuki Gixxer qhich has a 150 cc engine, or Bajaj Pulsar 150, or Honda Livo. If you have a liking for cruiser then consider Bajaj Avenger which comes in two engine options 160cc and 220cc.
Pulsar 220F is a good motorcycle as it is high on power but not too low on mileage either. The cheaper price that it came with adds its a good value for money bike. But the design is more then a decade old and its not a good performer on twisty roads either. What makes things worse is the launch of a pulsar 180f which destroys the value of P220f.
Depends on your need, if you are preferring a bike with good average or performance. I would suggest you to consider the 150 cc bikes. They have decent performance as well as average. You can look and consider Bajaj V15, Pulsar 150 or 200NS, Yamaha FZ, Honda CB Hornet and Hero Xtreme.
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