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Lowest Price Bikes in India

After China, India is the largest bike market in the world and is soon expected to reach the summit in this segment. It is no wonder that there are several manufacturers offering bikes across various classes and price points. Bikes serve several purposes, with one of the most popular ones being daily commuting. Through the narrow lanes, rough roads, or congested traffic, a bike is ideally suited to zip you to your destination on time. Moreover, their high mileage helps you save on fuel costs as well. There are hundreds of models of bikes in the Indian market. Let us take a look at some of the lowest priced bikes in India, along with their key features and specifications.

List of the Cheapest Bikes In India and Their Prices

With so many options for bikes, it can get daunting while categorising them or list them out with specific considerations. In our list of the cheapest motorcycles in India, we have put a price of ₹ 60,000 as the cut-off. In other words, the base model of the bike should be under ₹ 60,000 to qualify it. Here are the cheapest bikes in India in ascending order of the price of their base variant.

Bike Model

Ex-Showroom Price (Delhi)

Bajaj CT 100

₹ 47,500

Hero HF Deluxe 

₹ 51,000 – ₹ 61,000

Bajaj CT 110

₹ 54,000

TVS Sport

₹ 56,100 – ₹ 63,000

Bajaj Platina 100

₹ 58,500 – ₹ 63,500

TVS Radeon

₹ 59,900 – ₹ 90,100

Features and Specifications of the Cheapest Bikes In India

1. Bajaj CT 100 

Presently, the Bajaj CT 100 is the cheapest bike in India. This no-frills bike boasts one of the highest mileage, at almost 90 kms per litre. With good performance and low costs of maintenance and spare parts, the CT 100 has become one of the best-selling commuter bikes in India and across several other countries as well.

 

Engine Capacity

102 cc 4-stroke, air-cooled engine

ARAI Mileage

90 kmpl

Power

7.9 bhp

Torque

8.34 Nm

Top Speed

90 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

10.5 litres

Price

₹ 47,500

 

2. Hero HF Deluxe

Hero bikes are renowned for their reliability and performance. The HF Deluxe is the lowest price bike in India by Hero Motors. This BS6-certified bike comes in 6 variants, with the entry-level model being a kick-start one featuring standard spoke wheels. The top one has a self-starting mechanism, alloy wheels, and i3S technology. Naturally, it costs more.

 

Engine 

92.2 cc 4-stroke, SOHC engine

ARAI Mileage

70 kmpl

Power

8.02 bhp

Torque

8.05 Nm

Top Speed

95 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

9.6 litres

Price

₹ 51,000 – ₹ 64,000

 

 

3. Bajaj CT 110

The Bajaj CT 110 has better features and specifications than its cousin, the CT 100. Apart from the more powerful engine, other upgrades include LED DRL, a raised exhaust, alloy bumpers, a more padded seat, and dual shock absorbers.

 

Engine 

115 cc 4-stroke, air-cooled engine

ARAI Mileage

70 kmpl

Power

8.6 bhp

Torque

9.81Nm

Top Speed

95 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

10.5 litres

Price

₹ 54,000

 

 

4. TVS Sport

The TVS Sport recently got a facelift and is one of the newer entrants in the list of the lowest priced bikes in India. The ground clearance has been increased to 175 mm, and tubeless tyres have been added to the base model. The fuel efficiency has improved as well, and now the bike has one of the highest ARAI mileage of around 85 kmpl. The top model comes with electric-start and alloy wheels. 

 

Engine 

109.7 cc 4-stroke, SOHC engine

ARAI Mileage

85 kmpl

Power

8.30 bhp

Torque

8.7 Nm

Top Speed

90 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

10.0 litres

Price

₹ 56,100 – ₹ 63,000

 

5. Bajaj Platina 100

It is easy to understand the popularity of Bajaj bikes as three of them feature in our list of the cheapest bikes in India. The Bajaj Platina 100 is available in 4 attractive colour options and is widely reputed to be a sturdy and dependable commuter bike due to its best-in-class Nitrox rear suspension. Tanks pads and a wide rubber footrest are other notable features of the bike.

Engine 

102 cc 4-stroke, DTS-i engine

ARAI Mileage

75 kmpl

Power

7.9 bhp

Torque

8.3 Nm

Top Speed

95 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

11.0 litres

Price

₹ 58,500 – ₹ 63,500

 

 

6. TVS Radeon

The TVS Radeon is available in four variants across different price points and features. These include an all-digital LCD instrument cluster, service and low battery indicators, a USB charging port, and chrome bezels. The company claims that the Radeon has the longest seat in the commuter bikes segment for added comfort for the rider and the pillion.

Engine 

109.7 cc 4-stroke, SOHC engine

ARAI Mileage

75 kmpl

Power

8.19 bhp

Torque

8.7 Nm

Top Speed

100 kmph

Fuel Tank Capacity

10.0 litres

Price

₹ 59,900 - ₹ 90,100

 

This wraps up our list of the cheapest bikes in India.

 

As you can see, being low priced does not mean these bikes compromise on quality or performance. Some of the bikes mentioned in the list, like the TVS Radeon, are at par in features and specifications with other mid-range bikes. The Bajaj CT 100 is the cheapest bike in India and still boasts of one of the highest ARAI mileage across all segments.

FAQs - Cheapest Bikes in India

  • ✔️Which is the best and cheapest bike in India?

    The Bajaj CT 100 is one of the best-selling commuter bikes, and at ₹ 47,500 (ex-showroom Delhi), is the lowest priced bike in India.

  • ✔️Which bike gives the highest mileage?

    The Bajaj CT 100 is reputed to have the highest mileage at approximately 90 kmpl. A close second is the TVS Sport, with a reported mileage of 85 kmpl.

  • ✔️Do cheap bikes give the best average?

    A bike’s mileage, or average, is dependent on several factors. One of them is the cubic capacity (cc) of the engine. Some of the cheapest bikes in India come with an engine between 100 - 110 cc. This and corresponding specifications such as torque, power, etc., allow these bikes to give a higher mileage than other more powerful or speed-oriented bikes.

     

  • ✔️Which bike has the best engine?

    The best engine can have several definitions. If you are looking for the most efficient engine, then the Bajaj CT 100 or TVS Sport have the highest mileage and better-than-average power and torque. However, if power and speed are your criteria, then the Bajaj CT 110 or the Hero HF Deluxe with its DTS-i engine are the right options for you.

  • ✔️How much loan can I get for buying bikes?

    While the actual amount and percentage depend on the specific lender, at Bajaj Markets, you can get a bike loan up to 100% of the bike’s cost.

  • ✔️What is the interest rate for a bike loan?

    The bike loan interest rate varies across lenders. The key factors that determine the interest rate include your credit score (CIBIL), the loan amount, and the repayment term of the loan. Different banks and NBFCs levy differing charges that can make the interest rate fluctuate between 9% to 18%. Always compare the rates and other terms before taking a bike loan.

  • ✔️How to calculate bike loan EMI?

    By calculating your bike loan EMI you can know exactly how much you need to pay per month. This, in turn, helps you manage your finances and monthly expenses better. The EMI can be calculated using this formula:

    EMI = [P x R x (1+R)^N]/[(1+R)^N-1]

    where,

    • P is the total loan amount borrowed, known as the Principal

    • R is the interest rate levied by the lender

    • N is the repayment tenor of the loan (in number of months)

    A quicker and more efficient way of calculating your bike loan EMI is through the online bike loan EMI calculator on Bajaj Markets. By simply entering the aforementioned variables such as the principal to be borrowed, interest rate, and repayment term, you can instantly know the exact amount you will need to pay per month and the total interest payable. This tool is entirely free to use.