Top 25 Bikes Under INR 2 Lakh in India [Updated List]
Top 25 Bikes Under INR 2 Lakh in India: When it comes to buying a new motorcycle in India, making a choice is not that difficult as one would assume in the first phase. Everyone knows the amount they are willing to spend and that can help you shortlist the segment you are actually willing to enter with your new bike. Here is a list that can help you choose a bike when you are planning to spend between INR 1 lakh to INR 2 lakh. The range is too wide but nothing can get better than any of the bike listed here. All prices mentioned in this article are ex-showroom Delhi while the bikes have been sorted according to the price in ascending order.
Top 25 Bikes Under INR 2 Lakh
Ex-Showroom Price List
- Yamaha FZS V3 – INR 1,01,200
- TVS Apache RTR 160 4V – INR 1,03,000
- Hero XPulse 200 Fi – INR 1,05,000
- Bajaj Avenger 220 – INR 1,05,088
- Bajaj Pulsar 220F – INR 1,08,326
- Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 – INR 1,09,870
- Bajaj Pulsar NS200 – INR 1,14,355
- RE Bullet 350 – INR 1,21,000
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V – INR 1,24,000
- KTM 125 Duke – INR 1,32,000
- Yamaha FZ25 – INR 1,34,680
- Yamaha MT-15 – INR 1,36,000
- Bajaj Pulsar RS200 – INR 1,41,933
- Yamaha R15 V3 – INR 1,45,300
- KTM RC 125 – INR 1,49,000
- KTM Duke 200 – INR 1,62,000
- RE Classic Signals – INR 1,63,000
- RE Thunderbird 350X – INR 1,63,000
- Jawa 42/300 – INR 1,64,000/INR 1,73,000
- Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 – 1,70,655
- Mahindra Mojo 300 – INR 1,88,800
- KTM RC 200 – INR 1,90,000
- Bajaj Dominar 400 – INR 1,90,000
- Jawa Perak – INR 1,94,500
- Honda CBR250R – INR 1,95,900
Top 25 Bikes Under INR 2 Lakh
Anti-Lock Braking System Type
- Yamaha FZS V3 – Single-Channel ABS
- TVS Apache RTR 160 4V – Single-Channel ABS
- Hero XPulse 200 Fi – Single-Channel ABS
- Bajaj Avenger 220 – Single-Channel ABS
- Bajaj Pulsar 220F – Single-Channel ABS
- Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 – Single-Channel ABS
- Bajaj Pulsar NS200 – Single-Channel ABS
- RE Bullet 350 – Single-Channel ABS
- TVS Apache RTR 200 4V – Dual-Channel ABS
- KTM 125 Duke – Single-Channel ABS
- Yamaha FZ25 – Dual-Channel ABS
- Yamaha MT-15 – Single-Channel ABS
- Bajaj Pulsar RS200 – Single-Channel ABS
- Yamaha R15 V3 – Dual-Channel ABS
- KTM RC 125 – Single-Channel ABS
- KTM Duke 200 – Single-Channel ABS
- RE Classic Signals – Dual-Channel ABS
- RE Thunderbird 350X – Dual-Channel ABS
- Jawa 42/300 – Dual-Channel ABS
- Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 – Dual-Channel ABS
- Mahindra Mojo 300 – Dual-Channel ABS
- KTM RC 200 – Single-Channel ABS
- Bajaj Dominar 400 – Dual-Channel ABS
- Jawa Perak – Dual-Channel ABS
- Honda CBR250R – Dual-Channel ABS
Top 25 Bikes Under INR 2 Lakh
Key Details, Quick Specs, and Photos
1) Yamaha FZS V3 @ INR 1.01 Lakh
Powering the Yamaha FZS V3 is a BS6 149cc SOHC air-cooled fuel-injected engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 12.4HP @ 7250 rpm and an utmost torque of 13.6Nm @ 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
2) TVS Apache RTR 160 4V @ INR 1.03 Lakh
The BS6-compliant variant of TVS Apache RTR 160 4V has been recently launched in India at a price tag of INR 1.03 lakh for the disc brake variant and INR 99,950 for the drum brake variant. Powering the motorcycle is a BS6 159.7cc, oil-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 4-valve engine that is capable of to offer a maximum power of 16.02HP @ 8250 rpm and a peak torque of 14.12Nm @ 7250 rpm.
3) Hero XPulse 200 Fi @ INR 1.05 Lakh
Hero MotoCorp recently launched the much-awaited XPulse 200 Fi in India with an ex-showroom price tag of INR 1.05 lakh. The bike is powered by a 199.6cc air-cooled single-cylinder fuel-injected engine that generates 18.4HP of maximum power at 8000 rpm and 17.1Nm of peak torque at 6500 rpm.
4) Bajaj Avenger 220 @ INR 1.05 Lakh
Avenger 220 is one of the most popular and affordable cruiser motorcycles in India. It recently got single-channel ABS and is available in two versions: Cruiser 220 and Street 220. The 220cc oil-cooled engine of Avenger 220 series generates 19.03HP of maximum power at 8400 rpm and 17.50Nm of maximum torque at 7000 rpm.
5) Bajaj Pulsar 220F @ INR 1.08 Lakh
Pulsar 220F is the most popular model of its segment, now equipped with single-channel ABS for added safety. The model is quite practical for those who feel Gixxer SF in underpowered. The 220cc oil-cooled engine of Pulsar 220F is good for 20.93HP of maximum power at 8500 rpm and 18.55Nm of maximum torque at 7000 rpm.
6) Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 @ INR 1.10 Lakh
The new model of the Suzuki Gixxer SF 150 is the most refined and affordable option on the list, carrying single-channel ABS and fuel injection as standard. The updated model of the SF 150 continues to be powered by a 154.9cc single-cylinder engine with 14.1HP and 14NM. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
7) Bajaj Pulsar NS200 @ INR 1.14 Lakh
Bajaj offers NS200 with single-channel ABS. The motorcycle offers 23.5HP of max power and 18.3Nm of max torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The Pulsar NS200 is the best-looking motorcycle in its class, and also the best in terms of overall performance.
8) RE Bullet 350 @ INR 1.21 Lakh
The most affordable RE is available with single front disc, equipped with ABS and a drum brake with rear lift protection sensor. The 346cc, single-cylinder engine is good for 20HP of maximum power. RE Bullet has a huge fan following in India, and it is still one of the best-selling Royal Enfield motorcycles in India.
9) TVS Apache RTR 200 @ INR 1.24 Lakh
The most affordable motorcycle carrying dual-channel ABS out of all listed here, Apache RTR 200 is a great option for buyers looking into performance-packed street fighters for everyday use. It uses a powerful BS6-compliant 197.75cc engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 20.50HP and a peak torque of 16.80Nm.
10) KTM 125 Duke @ INR 1.32 Lakh
The powerful 125cc engine on the baby Duke is good for 14.5 HP. It is available with single-channel ABS and exactly similar body dimensions to the bigger 200 Duke. Initially, it was expected that the 125 Duke won’t sell in big numbers due to a high price tag but KTM proved everyone wrong as the baby Duke set the sales charts on fire, and has become the best-selling KTM motorcycle in India.
11) Yamaha FZ25 @ INR 1.35 Lakh
Yamaha FZ25 is a quarter-litre streetfighter that costs INR 1.35 lakh and can serve as a powerful alternative for Yamaha R15. It uses a fuel-injected 249cc engine producing 20.9HP and 20Nm of torque. It weighs just 152kg and sprints much faster than most other bikes listed on this list.
12) Yamaha MT-15 @ INR 1.36 Lakh
The streetfighter looks unique, comes with an advanced console and uses LED daytime running lights. The powerful engine with the lightweight frame is a blessing for the performance lovers. The only drawback we feel is that at this price point, Yamaha should have equipped the motorcycle with a dual-channel ABS unit. Mechanically, the Yamaha MT-15 is powered by a 155.1cc single-cylinder engine that is capable to generate a maximum power of 19.3HP with a peak torque of 14.7Nm.
13) Bajaj Pulsar RS200 @ INR 1.42 Lakh
Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is currently available for INR 1.42 lakh and uses a 199.5cc, single-cylinder engine. It returns 35-40 kmpl of mileage and weighs 165kg. RS200 now feels overpriced with the presence of FZ25. The motorcycle is equipped with a single-channel ABS unit.
14) Yamaha R15 V3 @ INR 1.45 Lakh
Yamaha R15 V3 is undoubtedly the most affordable track bike on Indian roads. The BS6 model of the bike can be bought for INR 1.45 lakh and gets a 155cc, liquid-cooled engine producing 18.6HP and 14.1Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. The sports bike is equipped with a dual-channel ABS unit as standard.
15) KTM RC 125 @ INR 1.49 Lakh
KTM RC 125 was launched in India at a price tag of INR 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom). The colour combination of orange with accents of black all around is perfect for setting the India-spec variant of the bike apart from the internationally available RC 125. Powering the motorcycles is a 124.7cc, single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that is good for 14.5HP of maximum power and 12Nm of maximum torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
16) KTM Duke 200 @ INR 1.62 Lakh
KTM 200 Duke was once a star in this category as none of the other bikes in the streetfighter segment existed on its time of launch. At present, it is priced at INR 1.62 Lakh and comes with a powerful 199.5 cc, fuel-injected engine producing 25HP and 19.2Nm of torque. Even at this price point, KTM offers single-channel ABS on the Duke 200.
17) RE Classic 350 Signals @ INR 1.63 Lakh
The Royal Enfield Classic Signals is available at price tag of NR 1.63 lakh. The best-selling RE motorcycle presently, the Classic 350 is using the same engine as Bullet 350. The 346cc motorcycle weighs 194kg and carries all the basic features like an electric starter and dual disc brakes. In comparison, the standard model of Classic 350 is available for INR 1.53 lakh.
18) RE Thunderbird 350X @ INR 1.63 Lakh
The RE Thunderbird 350X is a premium cruiser that gets 41 mm thick front forks, projector headlight, alloy wheel, and fully equipped instrument console. It can be bought for INR 1.63 lakh and comes with tubeless tires for the first time on a Royal Enfield motorcycle. The Thunderbird 350X comes equipped with a dual-channel ABS unit as standard.
19) Jawa 42/Jawa Standard @ INR 1.64 Lakh/INR 1.73 Lakh
The single-channel ABS model of Jawa 42 is available for INR 1.55 lakh. However, spending INR 9,000 for a dual-channel unit with rear disc brake is a better option. Jawa 42 is powered by a 293cc engine, producing 27HP and 28Nm.
The iconic Jawa Standard 300 is available for INR 1.73 lakh for the dual-channel ABS model. The most effective model of all, it is based on the same design as the motorcycle from the 1960s. The single-channel ABS model can be had for INR 1.64 lakh.
20) Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 @ INR 1.71 Lakh
The latest entry in the 250cc segment, the Gixxer SF 250 is powered by a 249cc, fuel-injected, 4-valve, SOHC, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine. It generates a maximum power of 26.5HP @ 9000 rpm with a maximum torque figure of 22.6NM @ 7500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox.
21) Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS @ INR 1.89 Lakh
Mahindra recently launched the ABS model of the Mojo 300 in India with an ex-showroom price tag of INR 1.89 lakh (ex-showroom). The motorcycle is primarily an improved version of the older model. Mechanically, the updated Mojo 300 is powered by a 294.72cc fuel-injected, DOHC, liquid-cooled engine which is good enough to generate 25.93HP of maximum power at 7500 rpm and 28Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
22) KTM RC 200 @ INR 1.90 Lakh
KTM RC 200 is another track specific machine that claims an impressive slot in the Indian market. It uses a 199.5cc, single-cylinder engine producing 25HP and 19.2Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox while the bike weighs just 154kg. The RC 200 comes with a single-channel ABS unit, and we feel that at this price point, KTM should have equipped the sports bike with a dual-channel ABS unit.
23) Bajaj Dominar 400 @ INR 1.90 Lakh
The new model of Dominar is now available for INR 1.90 lakh, carrying chrome-lined alloy wheels and matching USD fork cover. The biggest change is seen through the overall engine output. The 373cc, single-cylinder engine on the Bajaj Dominar UG is now good for 40HP @ 8650 rpm and 35Nm @ 7000 rpm. The motorcycle comes with dual-channel ABS as standard. The new model of Dominar 400 offers excellent value for money, and according to us, it is the best motorcycle among the top 25 bikes listed here.
24) Jawa Perak Bobber @ INR 1.95 Lakh
The most affordable motorcycle in the Bobber segment in India, the Jawa Perak has been recently launched by the brand at a price tag of INR 1,94,500 (ex-showroom). Powering the bobber is a 334cc BS6-compliant liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that is capable to offer a maximum power of 30HP and a peak torque of 31Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission.
25) Honda CBR250R @ INR 1.96 Lakh
Honda CBR250R was relaunched in India with LED headlight and all-new shades. It is powered by a reliable 249.6cc engine producing 26.5 HP of maximum power and 22.9 Nm of maximum torque. The motorcycle comes with Nissin brake callipers and dual-channel ABS as standard.
Apart from the above-listed 25 motorcycles, one can also consider the Royal Enfield Himalayan at INR 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom). It is powered by a 411cc, oil-cooled engine producing 23.5HP of power and 32Nm of torque. Himalayan uses a 5-speed gearbox and claims easy riding on triple-digit speeds all day. The front suspension on the motorcycle offers 200mm of travel while rear monoshock is good for 180mm. The Himalayan Sleet edition is available for INR 1.82 lakh (ex-showroom). Both the versions of Himayalan come with dual-channel ABS as standard.
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