Top 10 Bikes Under INR 1 Lakh in India

When looking for a bike under INR 1 lakh, buyers in India are limited to an engine size of 150-200cc. This sweet section of engines are good for performance and mileage, both being the ultimate deciding factors for motorcycling in India.
Safety has been given more importance than ever as all models listed here are equipped with a single-channel ABS unit as standard. We have selected top 10 bikes that one could buy under INR 1 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), most of them being regular variants for a typical series which has more than one trim. Here are the top 10 bikes in India under Rs 1 lakh.

Ex-Showroom Delhi Price List

  1. Honda xBlade 160 @ INR 88,672
  2. Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc @ INR 88,838
  3. TVS Apache RTR 160 4V @ INR 90,101
  4. TVS Apache RTR 180 @ INR 92,291
  5. Honda CB Hornet 160R @ INR 92,578
  6. Bajaj Pulsar 180 Neon @ INR 95,290
  7. Yamaha FZ V3 @ INR 96,180
  8. Hero XPulse 200 @ INR 97,000
  9. Hero Xtreme 200S @ INR 99,400
  10. Suzuki Gixxer 155 @ INR 1,00,212
The most value for money Pulsar is available with dual discs and single-channel ABS for this given price. The updated list of features on the Twin Disc variant includes better tires and suspension in comparison to the regular 150cc Pulsar
Buyers can go for this base variant of Apache RTR 160 4V or choose a higher-spec variant with a rear disc and a wider tire. Those looking for fuel injection can get RTR 160 4V EFI variant. The powerful motorcycle is popular among street bike fans of India.


The popular motorcycle now features single-channel ABS and offers the same sort of powerful riding experience. The switch of the ABS unit has helped TVS cut some considerable numbers from the price tag seen earlier.
Honda’s sporty entry into the segment, CB Hornet 160R comes with LED headlight and updated graphics. It produces 14.9 HP of power and 14.5 Nm of torque while weighs comparatively high at 140 kg.
The middle-spec motorcycle from Bajaj rivals the TVS Apache 180, getting priced slightly over the decade-old competitor. It is based on the same chassis and components as the Pulsar 220F but comes with an affordable price tag.

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