Top 5 Best Bikes Under Rs 80000 In India 2018

Hero Xtreme Sports

For a country like India where fast commuting is very necessary through tight traffic scenario, motorbikes offer a very convenient alternative. There are many locally produced motorbikes that offer world-class commuting specifications on two wheels and also these are available within a very catchy price tag of Rupees 80,000 and around. If your budget is around the above mentioned figure, you shall find plenty of bikes with displacement ranging between 160 to 200 cc. Some brands might offer an even bigger engine, but we prefer you stick to the range we have mentioned as it’s a perfect balance of power and mileage.

Here’s a review of 5 best motorbikes under Rs. 80,000 in India.

5. TVS Apache RTR 160

TVS Apache RTR 160

The initial release of the TVS Apache RTR model goes way back, in 2007 when TVS launched their first Apache motorbike. Apparently, now 3 different variants are available in the market in 160 cc, 180 cc and 180 cc ABS variants. RTR stands for Racing Throttle Response, it is a performance centric motorbike if you care. There are 5 color variants – yellow, grey, white, red and black. Both kick and electronic start is equipped as standard starting options.

  • Displacement: 160cc
  • Average: 50kmpl
  • Power: 15 bhp
  • Brakes: Front disc
  • Price: Rs. 77,033.

4. Bajaj Pulsar 180 BS4

Bajaj Pulsar 180 BS4

The Bajaj Pulsar 180 BS4 is almost a Pulsar 150, but sportier and with more real estate underneath its chassis. With a kerb weight of 147 kilograms, the motorbike is pretty damn fast. To be more precise, the maximum speed of the Bajaj Pulsar 180 BS4 has been recorded to be 122 kmph. Also, this motorcycle can do 0-60 km/h at 5.2 seconds only. Considering the Pulsar 180 BS4 is a mid-ranger, the performance output is pretty good.

  • Displacement: 180cc
  • Average: 58kmpl
  • Power: 16.8bhp
  • Brakes: Front disc
  • Price: Rs. 79,545

3. Hero Xtreme Sports

Hero Xtreme Sports

Hero Xtreme Sports is made by Hero Motorcorp India, and the target customers are the youth in this society who need speed and style at the same time, while keeping the fuel cost low. The Hero Xtreme Sports has an engine displacement of 149 cc, might be lesser than typical bikes in this segment but Hero has compensated with other aspects like the outlook and engine performance. There are five color schemes – pyro orange, mercuric silver, fiery red, panther black and a combination of black and red for sportier appearance.

  • Displacement: 149 cc
  • Average: 48kmpl
  • Power: 15.60bhp
  • Brakes:  Disc
  • Price: Rs. 74,637.

2. Suzuki Gixxer

Suzuki Gixxer

Who doesn’t want a Suzuki if the price is within affordable range? The Suzuki Gixxer is an upgraded version of the Suzuki GS150R that used to exist even a few years ago. The Suzuki Gixxer is targeted to bridge the gap between a commuter and a sports performance motorbike. The chassis is based on a single down-tube frame. Inside the chassis, a 155cc engine is housed that can offer 14.6 bhp of maximum power. Gixxer is sporty and fun! Price: Rs. 83,203.

  • Displacement: 155 cc
  • Average: 54kmpl
  • Power: 14.6bhp
  • Brakes: Disc
  • Price: Rs. 83,203.

1. Honda CB Unicorn 160

Honda CB Unicorn 160

At a top speed of 106 kmph, the Honda CB Unicorn 160 is a great motorbike for those who need occasional performance and a perfect fuel efficiency for all the time. To be precise, the Honda CB Unicorn 160 offers 62 kmpl combined in highway and city. There are 5 color schemes available – imperial red metallic, pearl igneous black, pearl amazing white, matte axis grey and matte marvel blue metallic.

  • Displacement: 155 cc
  • Average: 62kmpl
  • Power: 14.50bhp
  • Brakes: Disc.
  • Price: Rs. 78,436.

Conclusion

Bikes under Rs. 80,000 are certainly equipped with great power, but while sorting out the best models we have kept fuel efficiency in mind as well.

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