Top 10 Bikes Above 1 Lakh in India to buy This Diwali
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.84 Lakh
Dec 09, 2015
Variants5 PetrolRoyal Enfield certainly has made all-round improvements to the new Classic 350. It's better in every aspect, with more refined performance, better dynamics, more colour options, and feels better built as well. Like the Meteor 350, the new Classic 350 will spearhead the appeal of the modern classic, single-cylinder Royal Enfield, not just in India, but around the world. The new Royal Enfield Classic 350 almost nails it, to become a much-improved, much-better, and more refined motorcycle.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.23 Lakh
Jun 23, 2022
Variants2 PetrolThe Bajaj Pulsar N160 is a Commuter bike available at a starting price of Rs. 1.23 Lakh. The bike is available in 2 variants with 4 colour options. The 164.8 cc engine of Pulsar N160 is mated with 5 gears, producing maximum power of 15.70 bhp @ 8750 rpm and a maximum torque of 14.65 Nm @ 6750 rpm.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.21 Lakh
Mar 14, 2018
Variants4 PetrolThe RTR 160 retains its good handling prowess and it absolutely loves being thrown around the corners at the test track. The grip from the TVS Remora radial tyres is commendable too and the bike felt sure-footed when negotiating the corners. Overall, it may not feature ground-breaking changes, but with the new headlamp and the BS6 engine, the desirability quotient does go up by a couple of notches.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.40 Lakh
Oct 28, 2021
Variants2 PetrolThe biggest strength of the new Pulsar 250 is its attractive price tag something which will certainly attract its share of fans and followers. Overall, the new Pulsar 250 certainly is a good bike, but it could have definitely been even better. As the flagship Pulsars of the 21st century, celebrating the 20th anniversary milestone, the Pulsar 250s just about fall short on the wow factor. And that's something which can make all the difference between a good product, and a truly great product.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.36 Lakh
Oct 07, 2021
Variants2 PetrolPossibly the most recognisable and popular product in the market currently, the Hero Xpulse 200 4V is the most affordable entry-level ADV. Out of the numerous positives, the motorycle has possibly the most refined engine in the segment, with superior ergonomics aiding young riders as well as seasoned riders. But, the cons are equally worrying as better set of brakes, and a lower seat would've helped. Plus the lack of top-end torque doesn't really work in the case of an ADV.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.41 Lakh
Jan 02, 2015
Variants1 PetrolThe Suzuki Gixxer 155 may be old but it still packs a punch in the 150-160 cc segment of motorcycles. The styling ages well and the Gixxer has been updated with subtle design changes and features over the years. The performance from the 155 cc engine continues to be good and it is a motorcycle worth considering in a segment that has many good models.
Mar 15, 2019
Variants3 PetrolThe new Yamaha MT-15 version 2.0 gets significant updates over the old model and prices go up by Rs. 12 to 13,000 too. Is it worth the money? We say yes! It is a solid improvement over the old model, offers good performance and depending on your taste, it looks radical and has good road presence. All qualities that you would want from a motorcycle priced below Rs. 2 lakhs.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.49 Lakh
Jul 06, 2022
Variants3 PetrolThe Ronin makes a strong statement from TVS, that it can make a well-engineered retro-styled roadster which doesn't have to replicate the traditional long-stroke format. It's perhaps the beginning of more exciting things to come from TVS in this very popular segment of motorcycles.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.50 Lakh
Aug 07, 2022
Variants3 PetrolLight, agile and a hoot to ride! That's how the Hunter's personality can be summed up! As an entry-level motorcycle, the Hunter makes perfect sense, and will perhaps even appeal to riders upgrading from smaller motorcycles, who, so far, didn't find an accessible and relatively light and agile roadster in the Royal Enfield family.
- Price Starts at ₹ 1.19 Lakh
Jul 01, 2020
Variants4 PetrolTuned to offer an exciting ride, the Hero Xtreme 160R is one of the most value for money product available in the market currently. The desginers have made a more than decent effort to make the motorcyle look classy yet practical at the same time. But, some efforts could've been made to make it comfortable for the pillion and providing with a slightly better looking instrument panel that looks outdated in today's day and age. Brakes falls short to offer safety at higher speeds.