Top 5 Most Affordable Bikes in India

5. Bajaj Platina 100

Price: Rs 67,808

The Bajaj Platina 100 stands as Bajaj’s most economical offering and the fifth most affordable motorcycle in India. Powered by a 102cc engine with Bajaj’s DTS-i technology, it delivers 7.9hp and 8.3Nm of torque. Notably, it features LED DRL, distinguishing itself in this segment.

4. Honda Shine 100

Price: Rs 64,900

New to the list but securing the fourth spot is the Honda Shine 100. It boasts features like an auto choke system, side-stand engine cut-off, and is OBD-2A compliant and E20 compatible. With a 99.7cc engine producing 7.61hp and 8.05Nm, it’s the most affordable self-start motorcycle in India.

3. TVS Sport

Price Range: Rs 61,500 to Rs 69,873

Despite its 109.7cc engine, placing it slightly above its competitors, the TVS Sport remains the third most affordable motorcycle. Base models come with a kick starter, while self-start versions go up to Rs 69,873, offering 8.3hp and 8.7Nm of torque.

2. Hero HF Deluxe

Price Range: Rs 59,998 to Rs 68,768

Hero MotoCorp dominates the 100cc space, with the Hero HF Deluxe being a key contributor. Equipped with the legendary 97cc ‘Sloper’ engine and Hero’s i3S stop-start technology, it ranges from kick-start variants to those featuring an electric starter.

1. Hero HF 100

Price: Rs 59,068

Topping the list for sheer simplicity is the Hero HF 100. Sharing the same 97cc engine as the HF Deluxe but omitting the i3S stop-start technology, it offers 8hp and 8.05Nm. Available in a single variant with only a kick-starter, it stands as the most affordable motorcycle in India.

It’s worth noting that prices are standardized based on ex-showroom prices in Mumbai, and variations may occur depending on location. For instance, the TVS Radeon costs Rs 11,000 more in Mumbai than in Delhi.

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