Top 10 Bikes You Can Buy in India Under INR 1 Lakh (On-Road Price List)
When planning to buy a new motorcycle, going by the ex-showroom price seems non-practical approach in the present times. The difference in ex-showroom and on-road price can be huge, depending on the engine size of the motorcycle (insurance segmentation). The one that seems affordable on paper can turn expensive with the respective brand charging more than usual than its rival. Here are top 10 bikes that you can buy in India with INR 1 lakh of top limit (on-road).
Top 10 Bikes Under INR 1 Lakh
On-Road Delhi Price List (Approximate)
- TVS Apache RTR 180: INR 1 lakh
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160: INR 1 lakh
- TVS Apache RTR 160 4V: INR 1 lakh
- Suzuki Gixxer: INR 99,700
- Bajaj Pulsar 180: INR 98,900
- Yamaha FZ-S: INR 97,400
- Honda xBlade: INR 96,600
- Hero Xtreme Sports: INR 93,700
- Honda Unicorn 150: INR 85,500
- Yamaha SZ-RR: INR 81,200
*Above mentioned prices are on-road Delhi. The bikes listed above have been sorted according to the price in descending order.
TVS Apache RTR 180, along with the newly introduced RTR 160 4V, can be had for an approx on-road price of INR 1 lakh. The prices can vary with different cities, not just going up but also coming down from the given value. You can negotiate the deal with your nearest dealership as most brands are offering free insurance policies (third-party) for the bikes. The year-end offers are available from most brands and practically, the motorcycles manufactured in 2018 will sell for discounted prices in the early months of 2019. Hence, the chances of getting better prices are more than ever.
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 and Pulsar 180 are two other products priced close to INR 1 lakh, with Suzuki Gixxer getting an entry to the list in-between both these bikes. The models listed here are without ABS as none of the ABS-equipped variant is available under the strict budget of INR 1 lakh (on-road). The list includes Yamaha FZ-S V2 Fi (single disc), Honda xBlade (non-ABS), Hero Xtreme Sports (single disc), Honda Unicorn 150 and Yamaha SZ-RR as the remaining five variants.