Top 10 Indian Bikes

Being well informed before making a purchase is always wise. India has always been a land of diverse interests, and currently, bikes have gained quite some momentum. From off-road cruisers to sports engine vehicles, the vast range of bikes can leave you confused. Therefore, we’re here to save you the trouble and have collated a list of budget-friendly, top 10 Indian bikes in the market with their specifications and price range to help you find what you are looking for.

From top brands like Hero and Bajaj to 150 cc bikes, this list will help you narrow down your requirements and choose the best bike in your budget. Let’s dive right in!

Top 10 Indian Bikes under 2 Lakhs

Being on a budget is a good thing if you are purchasing a vehicle for the first time, but it could pinch a bit if you’re a bike enthusiast with monetary concerns. But don’t worry, we’re here with a list of the top 10 Indian bikes under 2L. With these, you get the mileage, the style, the performance and everything you require in under 2L. Budgeting is a good practice while investing in a big purchase such as a bike, as it helps you pick and choose what fits your frame of needs.


Price Range

KTM 200 Duke

1.76L - 1.84L

Jawa 42

1.68L - 1.83L

Royal Enfield Classic 350

1.52L - 2L

Yamaha YZF R15 V3

1.41L - 1.58L

Royal Enfield Bullet 350

1.24L - 1.56L

Hero Xtreme 160R

1.07L - 1.12L

KTM RC 125

1.59L - 1.65L

Honda Hornet 2.0

1.29L - 1.37L

Bajaj Avenger Cruiser 220

1.17L - 1.32L

Bajaj Pulsar RS200

1.26L - 1.53L

Top 10 Indian Bikes with the Best Mileage

Be it Hero or Bajaj, Indian companies love good mileage on their vehicles. ‘Mileage’ is a term used to describe the number of kilometres travelled by that bike in one-litre fuel. This attribute is an essential factor that determines the overall value of the bike. This metric controls the performance of the bike and will also help you narrow down your choices.



Bajaj Platina 110 ES

71.0 KMPL

TVS Sport


Honda CD 110 Deluxe


Hero Passion Pro


Bajaj CT 100


TVS Star City Plus

70 - 86 KMPL

Bajaj CT 110


TVS Radeon

69.3 KMPL

Hero HF Deluxe

65-70 KMPL

Hero Splendor+

65 - 81 KMPL

Top 10 Indian bikes above 155cc

The engine of a bike is like the heart of a human being. The most important part that helps the bike run is burning fuel and using air for combustion to help movement with the help of a structured and functional system. The measurement of an engine is carried out in cubic capacity. This feature of the bike is in no way connected to the top speed of the bike. Instead, having a higher cc enables better and more fuel consumption that in turn affects the power of the bike.

Top 10 Indian bikes with the best design

Having a good looking bike never hurt anyone. With the power, mileage and engine specifications met to your satisfaction, the bikes listed below will make it the complete package. The aesthetic of a bike defines its character in a way such that over the years, the bike designs in the market have depicted creative, innovative and sleek cuts that bring out various features of the bike. Certain bike designs also take inspiration from nature and come up with animalistic and strong designs, which establishes a powerful approach to other specifications of the vehicle.

Some designs are for aerodynamics that follows


Design Specifications

Royal Enfield Interceptor

4 stroke engine, Tubular Twin Downtube Frame, Disc brakes, Twin dial analogue & digital fuel gauge, dual seats, Moza style fuel cap, forward set footrest and braced handlebars

Royal Enfield Continental GT

Dual seats (optional), clip-on handlebars, footrest placed behind for a sportier ride, angular fuel tank, 4-stroke engine and disc brakes

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200

Disc brake (Front & Back), Alloy wheels, Tubeless tyres, LED taillight, Digital speedometer and analogue tachometer


Apache 310 RR

Disc brakes (Front & back), Urban build, 6-speed gearbox, tubeless tyres and is shaped like a shark

Royal Enfield Thunderbird

Single cylinder, 4-stroke engine, multi-plate wet clutch, 5-speed gearbox with a digital and analogue console

Revolt RV 400

Lithium-ion battery with disc brakes, adjustable mono-shock suspension, LED Headlamp, clock and digital speedometer.

Yamaha MT 01

4 valves per cylinder, air-cooled 4-stroke engine, Multiple disc clutch, 1670 cc and TCI ignition.

Kawasaki Ninja 250R

Multiple disc clutch, a liquid cooling system with 8 valves per cylinder, dual-piston calliper, tubeless tyres with alloy wheels

Hero Expulse

Single-channel ABS, tube tyres, 5-speed gearbox, spoked wheels and engine power of 17.79 BHP