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Top selling bikes in India

  • Although the upgrade to LED headlights and the semi-digital console on the newer generation Honda Activa can’t be termed as a generation upgrade, it is crucial towards strengthening the Activa’s position in the Indian two-wheeler market further. Otherwise, the TVS Jupiter comes across as a more premium offering, considering the level of comfort, refinement, quality and practical features on offer. That said, we are certain that the Activa brand will continue to maintain its position as the best-selling scooter in India, owing to the name it has made for itself over the past decade.
  • The Hero Splendor Plus has been one of, if not the, most iconic motorcycles in India. The motorcycle has, over the years, proved its worth by being the reliable motorcycle that it is. However, with Honda no more in the picture, we are quite curious to know how the model sustains in the coming years, especially with the growing competition. Out of the models mentioned here, the Bajaj makes for a good choice if you are on a budget. But if you are looking for a motorcycle apart from the Hero Splendor Plus, we recommend you to look at the TVS Sport, which offers a lot more premiumness and features while just being marginally more expensive than the Bajaj.
  • The new Super Splendor certainly marks an improvement over the model it replaces in the performance department. When it comes to fuel efficiency, the Super Splendour is equipped with Hero’s i3S technology, which gives it an edge over the others. But by how much, is still something we have to figure out. While the Splendor comes across as an admirable motorcycle offering good comfort and ride quality. It does lose out on the feature front. Particularly since its priced almost at par with the disc brake variant of the Honda Shine. That said, the Discover 125 does comes across as a value-for-money offering as it costs Rs 4,000 less than the Honda Shine while not missing out on any of the features, the Honda has to offer.
  • Hero HF Deluxe

    Rs. 43,000 Onwards

    • 97.2 cc
    • 82.9 kmpl
    • Petrol
    Hero has not only made a name for itself but has also become the go-to brand for most commuter buyers. The Bajaj CT 100 comes across as a promising product for someone on a budget in that segment, as it offers all of the above that HF Deluxe does, without spending the additional buck. The TVS Sport, on the other hand, offers a lot more as it brings a dash of style to the segment with its colour combinations and design. The engine on the TVS also feels as refined as the Hero does and offers a lot more mileage as claimed by ARAI. Moreover, with an equally large network and service cost, it comes across as better value for money.
  • The Passion Pro has been around for a while now and being an old product has not much going for it. The design looks dated and there is not much on offer in terms of equipment. The frugal and bulletproof engine is a big positive but then there are quite a few modern and equally capable motorcycles available in the market.
  • Honda CB Shine

    Rs. 56,412 Onwards

    • 124.73 cc
    • 65 kmpl
    • Petrol
    The Honda CB Shine still remains a safe bet if you’re keen on buying a 125cc commuter. The simple styling and frugal and reliable engine have made the CB Shine a product that is hard to be ignored. Pricing is on the higher side and the styling wouldn’t appeal to all but it ticks all the right boxes of being a proper 125cc commuter.
  • The Honda Shine SP is one of the best looking 125cc bikes out there. The bike handles well, and the motor is refined and spunky. Overall, the Shine SP boasts good levels of fit and finish, and given Honda's penchant for making reliable bikes, is almost a no-brainer.
  • The Bajaj Pulsar 150 still remains a great option if you’re looking for an entry-level 150cc motorcycle. The motor offers likeable performance with a hint of brashness which made the Pulsar brand so popular among the youth, and being a Bajaj offering, it has been priced aggressively as well. The styling could have been better and build quality in the long run needs to improve, but it still remains a well-rounded motorcycle.
  • The Bajaj Pulsar 220F, despite its age, still remains a value for money motorcycle, given the performance and features it has on offer. The motor isn’t the most refined one out there, but will plaster a grin on your face with its grunt. All in all, it still remains an aspirational motorcycle for Indian buyers.
  • The Pulsar NS200 comes across as a well-rounded package that can efficiently take on almost every kind of task required. Be it charging into corners, riding flat out on highways or manage daily chores with ease, the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 makes a strong case for itself. It offers good grunt, stopping power and well-balanced ergonomics which makes it an all-rounder.
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