Selecting between the Honda Hness CB350, Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and Jawa 42 would depend on certain factors such as your budget, preference of the segment, performance figures, features required, etc. Jawa is the only bike here using a short-stroke, performance-oriented engine with a 6-speed transmission. Sure it’s fast, but it lacks the retro laidback charm of an under-the-square engine, something we think is crucial for a buyer in this segment. Whereas if we talk about Royal Enfield Meteor 350, it is a good option for those looking for a comfortable city slicker and fancy occasional long-distance trips. At standstill, the Meteor actually feels much lighter than you’d imagine, and when you get going it feels unexpectedly responsive. The sharper rake and the way the new motorcycle carries its weight will put even less experienced riders at ease on this RE. Once you adapt to the quickness and lightness of the steering and the stretched-out seating position, you will find yourself slicing through traffic without breaking a sweat. On the other hand, if you are looking for a comfortable, easy-to-handle bike with marries old-school charm and modern sensibilities well, you may go for Honda Hness CB350. It gets a prominent thumper exhaust note and it is the most affordable bike in India to get traction control. Moreover, we would suggest you take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership.
This is totally on the rider, if he/she is able to balance the bike then they can ride any type of bike, However, the right way to judge this is by taking a test ride by visiting the dealership. You can check the dealer details here.
All three bikes are good in their forte. Dominar in its current avatar, it makes for a great urban motorcycle, oozing plenty of style and character, as well as packing in the performance and comfort to make occasional touring a breeze. Whereas, Royal Enfield Interceptor 650, the BS6 powerplant sees a slight drop in top-end performance and in return, is more free-revving and refined. It isn't as bad a tradeoff as you would imagine. All in all, Royal Enfield Interceptor BS6 continues to be the best value-for-money motorcycle in its segment. On the other hand, Himalayan is an all-rounder. The Himalayan BS6 is a well-rounded package that is now just that little bit better than before. It’s a nice motorcycle to tour the country on, and even if you don’t actually do so, it makes you look like the sort of person who does so with regularity. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read more -Bajaj Dominar 400 vs Royal Enfield Himalayan vs Royal Enfield Interceptor 650.
There are ample options available as per your requirement such as Hero Splendor Plus, Bajaj Pulsar 150, Hero HF Deluxe, Honda Shine, Hero Passion Pro, etc. Choosing one will depend on several factors such as your budget, brand preference, seating comfort, specific feature requirements, usage of the bike, etc. Click on the given link and apply filters in order to check out new bikes as per your requirements. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Go for ntorq... Race edition.... It's a performance scooter... Honestly speaking... Mileage is not that good around 40 kmpl but if I consider it on my car... It saves lot of money.... Even in terms of petrol..... Planning for a long trip on it soon.... 971****331... If need more honest review
Sahi bolu toh bhai Nikhil... sabse sahi mileage - TVS Heavy duty deti hai... 67 kmpl ka claim hai company ki taraf se... 🤣🤣🤣. Waise TVS ki scooty Streak ka claim - 68 kmpl ka hai toh woh bhi consider kari jaa sakti hai... Simple calculation hai yaar... jis bhi gaadi ka weight kamm ho aur engine ka power kamm ho woh utna hi zyada milege degi..
I am planning to buy a scooty, i am not aware about scooties as i normally drive car. Please put you valuable suggestion of best scooty interms of longlast + mileage+look
No bikes for you for the college...start with any 125cc first....for weekend little stretch r15 v3...faily commute to college Fz 150...if you need style and girlfriend and get spoiled R15v3 or gixxer 150. Go in a bus bro...study well ..we can take super bikes later...because we love you
Honda hornet/honda xblade/ honda unicorn/Hero xtreme 200s/ Pulsar150/ pulsar220/ ns 160/ns200/apache1604v/apache 200 4v/RE std 350/xpulse 200/yamaha fzsv3...all under 1.5L on road and suits tall persons...my personal choice would be RE 350Std and pulsar 220 big bike feel...
Bro close your eyes and go for R15 V3 Best performance with best mileage and low maintenance...and even it's looks are also amazing
Here are the top 10 mileage scooters in India so far. these are average of user reported numbers and not ARAI . ARAI certified numbers are more than this but since driving styles and roads differ the below are average numbers users have claimed.10. Aprilia SR 150 : 35 kmpl9. Aprilia SR 125 : 39 kmpl8. TVS Ntorque 125 : 42 kmpl7. Vespa sxl 125 : 45 kmpl6.vespa vxl 125 : 45 kmpl5. Honda dio : 48kmpl4. TVs Jupiter ; 50kmpl3. Access 125 : 50 kmpl2. Activa 6G : 55 kmpl1. Honda Grazia : 60 kmpl
I am owing Jupiter right now purchased yesterday. So I calculated the mileage of 52kmpl by riding it in eco mode only without frequent acceleration and de acceleration . If you want comfortable ride with decent mileage and with less maintenance surely go for Jupiter. But If you want only mileage than go for activa if you can ride it under 40 kmph then it will definitely provide you better mileage than Jupiter
Jupiter is said to give you 62 kmpl.and Activa is said to give you 60 kmpl.Real world mileage Of both is between 35-50 kmpl depends on how you Drive.PS: I got 50 kmpl on my Jupiter when i rode it at 40 kmph.