Top 5 Best Bikes Under Rs 90000 in India 2018

TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4

Motorbikes that are available in India around the budget range of 90,000 rupees, usually comes in 200-250 cc displacement and generally offer a sports centric performance. India has some grown motorcycle models that turned into legendary two wheelers by the time the year hit 2017. Also, a good deal of foreign motorbikes are imported as Completely Knocked Down (CKD) packages and they are assembled in different manufacturing facilities all across India by the local manufacturers. With the technology improvements in 2017, the engines don’t really drink up much of fuel even under heavy stress.

Here’s a list of 5 best bikes in India under Rs. 90,000.

5. Bajaj Pulsar 220F

Bajaj Pulsar 220F

The Bajaj Pulsar 220F comes with a 220 cc engine; that’s obvious by the name. With a 15 litre fuel tank and around 36 kmpl of fuel efficiency, it’s a great motorbike. Although if you really care about fuel efficiency in the long run, you should look elsewhere because when you are stuck in traffic with the Bajaj Pulsar 220F you might regret having so much power that’s drinking up fuel yet having to be stuck in the traffic. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F does 0-100 km/h in 9.5 seconds, fairly good for a motorbike with a decent engine.

  • Displacement: 220cc
  • Average: 36kmpl
  • Power: 20.64bhp
  • Brakes: disc
  • Price: Rs. 91,200.

4. TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4

TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4

TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4 is a very sporty package within a subtle price range. The Apache RTR 200 BS4 has been introduced as a flagship model few years back, TVS had an objective to compete with the Bajaj Pulsar AS200, KTM RC 200 and KTM 200 Duke all of which falls in the same segment and category. In India, the TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4 comes as a carburetor fed product but very soon the customers can expect a fuel injection variant for an upgraded performance. If you need value for money, you should certainly go for the TVS Apache RTR 200 BS4.

  • Displacement: 200cc
  • Average: 40kmpl
  • Power: 20.23 bhp
  • Brakes: disc
  • Price: Rs. 92,215.

3. Suzuki Gixxer SF BS4

Suzuki Gixxer SF BS4

When it comes to a Suzuki Gixxer variant, sporty performance can’t go wrong. There’s noticeable differences between the Suzuki Gixxer and Suzuki Gixxer SF variant. For example, the Suzuki Gixxer SF is the sporty variant that comes in Moto GP Edition in Indian markets. This one is heavier and due to that reason, offers a lower mileage. Yet, there are better features like LED tail lamps, muffler covers made of aluminum, a 155 cc engine, automatic headlamps none of which are available on a regular Gixxer.

  • Displacement: 155cc
  • Average: 47kmpl
  • Power: 14.6bhp
  • Brakes: disc
  • Price: Rs. 89,659.

2. Yamaha FZ S Fi

Yamaha FZ S Fi

Interested in buying a Moto GP version motorbike from one of the greatest sports motorbike manufacturer? Then you should go for the Yamaha FZ S Fi. Although this bike only has a 149 cc engine with around 12.9 bhp of maximum power output, yet it is good enough for Grand Prix style racing events. The Indian youth would definitely love the FZ-S Fi edition for its striking outlook and guaranteed mileage.

  • Displacement: 149cc
  • Average: 52kmpl
  • Power: 12.9bhp
  • Brakes: front disc
  • Price: Rs. 92,568.

1. Hero Karizma R V2.0

Hero Karizma R V2.0

Depending on what variant for the Hero Karizma R V2.0 you get, you shall have to pay a different price. For the basic part, Hero Karizma R v2.0 has a 223 cc engine and the curb weight is around 154 kilograms. At its maximum power, the top speed can reach up to 126 km/h. The Hero Karizma R V2.0 has been introduced as a rival against the Bajaj Pulsar 220F in the Indian market.

  • Displacement: 223 cc
  • Average: 34kmpl
  • Power: 19.2bhp
  • Brakes: disc; variant dependent.
  • Price: Rs. 89,600.

On overall assessment, the pricing mostly varies on configuration and technology.

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