Best Bikes Under 1.5 Lakhs In India


Today we’ll be covering some of the bikes that offer you the best value for money and come with a price tag of INR 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

  1. Pulsar 200 NS
    The bike offers a stunning performance, brilliant handling, and ahead of its class features that make it a cult classic. The bike was resurrected from the dead on public demand, the 200 NS has set the sales chart on fire. The bike keeps in its power in the new BSVI engine with 24.5 PS of max power and 18.5 NM of torque.

  2. Yamaha FZ-25
    You can also call this as the John Wick of this comparison since this is a silent and calm killer for the Yamaha stable ringing the cash registers while piling up the sales numbers. The BSVI gets a minor facelift in 2020 with the headlight becoming all LED with the bi-functional layout (single unit for high and low beam) and a DRL in the shape of a boomerang. The bike weight a mere 153 kgs with the new BSVI engine with 20.8 PS of max power and 20.1 NM of torque

  3. Hero XPulse 200
    For a person who loves to explore the mountains and the valleys and take the road less traveled but at the same time doesn’t want to empty their bank account to buy a dual-sport bike, then this the ideal starter bike. The bike comes with a long suspension travel and large front tires that allow you to clear obstacles easily. The massive 220 mm of ground clearance with good quality aluminium sturdy Bosch plate to protect the engine compartment. The bike gets single-channel ABS as standard in the BSVI engine that gets fuel injection. The 199.6 CC oil-cooled single-cylinder puts out 17.8 bhp of max power and 16.45 Nm of max torque

Dominar 250
The Dominar 250 is for the people who thought the Dominar 400 was a bit too much for their liking and the money being spent. The bike gets the same styling as the older sibling the Dominar 400 with a powerful LED headlamp, a large 300 mm front disc, slipper clutch, dual-channel ABS, upside-down forks, and the double-barrel exhaust from its elder sibling for the base heavy exhaust sound. The bike is launched at 1.6 lakh (ex-showroom).

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