Top 10 Best Bikes Between Rs. 70,000 to 80,000 in India 2016

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What are the best bikes you can get under Rs. 70,000 – 75,000 – 80,000 in India?

Motorbikes in India are available in different price range. People with most basic commuting needs are usually comfortable below 50k rupees price range, whereas the enthusiast people mostly go with the best bikes under 80,000 rupees price base because that’s where the price and performance meets together.

Some people would probably wonder, what’s the core difference between the motorbikes in 70-80k rupees range and the motorbikes in 40-50k rupees range? The engine displacement seem to be quite the same or maybe a difference of 25 cc is there, 50 cc at most. Every other spec appears to be identical in raw eyes, why does the price vary so much? Well, though the displacement remains same, the power figure changes. The maximum power output could be significantly higher even on two motorbikes with same displacement figures. Maybe a 150 cc bike would provide 13 bhp of raw power, whereas another one with a similar 150 cc engine could provide almost 18 bhp of raw power output. With higher amount of raw power, the acceleration gets better and in most cases, these motorbikes include one additional gear in the manual gear transmission summing up a total of 6 gears. That’s where the difference in price point comes from, that is how a motorbike jumps from the 50 thousand rupees segment to the 80 thousand rupees segment. However, in either cases the motorbikes are still in entry level of each segment.

Here’s a brief review on Top 10 bikes in India between Rs. 70,000 – Rs. 80,000 in 2016

10. Suzuki Gixxer

Suzuki Gixxer has all the sporty vibe a high performance motorbike needs, and it doesn’t cost very high. This Japanese motorbike was initially showcased in Auto Expo show in February 2014 in India, and ever since it’s available in the Indian markets. Speaking of the origin, the Suzuki Gixxer is highly inspired by the GSX-R sports bike. There are certainly more features in the GSX-R that’s not present in the Gixxer, but as an inexpensive variant the Gixxer has everything it requires to have. On the design end, there are dual exhaust tips in the back, both functional. Bikini fairing headlamps offer great outlook on the frontal scope, and the muscular fuel tank and chassis spacing make Gixxer much appealing than any of its counterparts. Central panel houses a digital speedometer. The forks are made of allow, and the wheels are 140/60R rear and 100/80 front. Suzuki has put tubeless tires for maximum driving convenience. The engine is 155 cc with maximum 14 bhp raw power output and 14 Nm of maximum torque output. Number of gears is still 5 though. Apart from kick start, Gixxer has an electronic starter as well. The fuel tank capacity is 12 liters, and rated fuel efficiency is 45 kmpl. Carbureted fuel system makes efficient supply of fuel through the engine.

Price: Rs. 79,176.

Suzuki Gixxer

 

9. Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

For a pretty long time, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i happened to be one of best sellers of Bajaj India. The 150 cc model is typically produced in the Pune plant, and for long Indians have known Bajaj Pulsar product lineup as one of the most reliable, and value for price two wheeler. Until Hero Honda CBZ was released, Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i had met the commuting requirements of the people of India in this segment. Current variant of Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i is highly advanced in technology and outlooks. Basic design properties include a dome headlight, central panel consisting of digital panels like the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge etc. The side indicators are attached to the central panel. The fuel tank lid is designed to imitate an aircraft’s fuel lid in smaller scale.  Unlike many other competitors, the Bajaj Pulsar has only a single variant that’s being distributed in the market.  The Bajaj Pulsar comes in different pricing, the most popular version is the 150 cc DTS-i engine one. Manual transmission system works in the sequential gear shifting technique, and it’s a 5-speed gearbox. The 149 cc engine provides an extensive maximum power output of 15 bhp at 9,000 rpm with 12 Nm of maximum torque at 6,500 rpm. Fuel tank holds 15 liters of fuel with 65 kmpl rated mileage. It has disc brake in the front wheel only. Price: Rs. 75,220.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

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