Before purchasing a motorcycle, we Indians consider styling, features, comfort, affordability, and, most significantly, mileage. The 150-160cc class provides the ideal balance of cost and mileage. Fortunately, there are a few two-wheeler manufacturers in the country who do not skimp on style, features, or comfort. So, if you're seeking a bike that checks all of those criteria, today we bring you the best 150cc bikes in India.
One of the most well-known models is the Honda Unicorn. Its commuter character provides purchasers with plenty of utility, while the 162.7cc engine provides adequate power to whizz around town. At Rs 1,02,533, the Honda Unicorn combines convenience and performance, making it a good value for money choice (ex-showroom Delhi). The suspension consists of traditional telescopic forks and a monoshock, while the braking system consists of a single front disc and a rear drum unit.
Bajaj Pulsar 150
Along with the Honda Unicorn, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is among the best 150cc bike in India list. It has a 149.9cc single-cylinder engine and is priced at Rs 1,03,731 (ex-showroom Delhi). The engine has been tweaked to produce 13.8 horsepower and 13.25 Newton metres. While it may seem a little less in today's world, the Pulsar 150 nevertheless packs a punch. Telescopic front forks and dual rear springs are included. A single front disc brake and a rear drum/disc brake options are available.
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
The Apache RTR 160 4V, possibly one of the best 150cc bikes in India, could be a good pick. It has a 159.7cc single-cylinder, oil-cooled four-valve engine that produces 17.39bhp and 14.73Nm and costs Rs 1,11,590 (ex-showroom Delhi). LED DRLs, a gear shift indicator, and three ride modes - Urban, Sport, and Rain - are among the features. The special edition type also includes TVS SmartXonnect, as well as an adjustable clutch and front brake lever.
Hero Xtreme 160R
The Hero Xtreme 160R is available for Rs 1,14,270. (Ex-showroom Delhi). It, too, has a good combination of commuting features and a dash of sportiness. A 163cc single-cylinder engine powers the Xtreme 160R. It's calibrated to produce 15bhp and 14Nm of torque. If you choose the Xtec option, you'll get a fully digital console with Bluetooth connectivity.
Yamaha FZ S
The Yamaha FZ S is another option in this bracket, with a price tag of Rs 1,19,400 (ex-showroom Delhi). It has a 149cc engine that produces 12.2bhp and 13.3Nm of torque. Both ends of the FZ S are equipped with a single disc. LED illumination, Bluetooth connectivity, a fully digital LCD console, and other features are included. Not to mention that the Yamaha FZ S is fuel-efficient and should be a pleasant commuter option.