Having said that, and also not to be too heavy in your pockets. Here we bring you some really worthy bikes under 70000 rupees, that you can consider. With a few reasons to make your buying decision a bit easier.
The Indian two-wheeler industry has seen a wide variety of products coming in the last few years. As anyone in the world of Biking would know, the market for bigger and better Bikes is getting expanded in India. The customers (You and I) are now also willing to spend quite a bit more for that extra engine displacement, a liquid cool engine and not to forget the customization.
It’s always the bond you build with your ride that makes it special. Gone are the days when buying an entry-level motorcycle-only meant boring design and outdated looks with limited features.
Best Bike Under 70000
- Hero Achiever
- Bajaj V15
- Honda CB Unicorn
- Yamaha SZ
- Hero Splendor
- Hero Glamour
- Suzuki Hayate
- Mahindra Centuro
- Pulsar 150 NS
At INR 62,730(Ex-showroom Delhi), the Hero Achiever is one of the most affordable 150cc motorcycles. You can easily buy it in India at present. This motorcycle got a much-needed update last year and was integrated with a bunch of interesting features.
The new Achiever is now powered by a newly developed 149.1cc engine. That cranks out a maximum power output of 13.4 bhp along with a peak torque of 12.8 Nm.
The bike gets i3s technology that automatically shuts down the engine when the gearbox is in neutral and the motor is idling for more than five seconds.
To restart the bike, the rider has to simply press the clutch lever. This eventually helps in an enhanced fuel economy. (Which happens to be a neat marketing strategy as well.) Because of these, this hits on our list of best bikes under 70000 rupees.
Pros: Refined engine, i3s technology, Automatic Headlamp ON (AHO), Side stand indicator, Mileage.
Cons: Feels a bit underpowered, narrow rear tire.
BAJAJ V15 Bikes under 70000
Among all these bikes under 70000, The Bajaj V15 can be yours at an impressive price of INR 62,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Pune-based manufacturer launched the V15 last year. And the bike almost instantly gained attention among the masses due to more than a single reason.
The bike contains the metal of India’s first warship hero INS Vikrant and the company promoted the bike in a unique and impressive patriotic way. The Bajaj V15 is powered by a 149.5cc engine that develops 11.83 bhp of power and 13 Nm of torque. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a five-speed transmission.
Pros: Unique cruiser inspired design philosophy, LED fuel gauge, removable rear body cowl.
Cons: Cruiser inspired riding position may feel weird to many at first.
Honda CB Unicorn 150
When most of us thought the CB Unicorn 150 is now a thing of the past, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) decided to relaunch this bike last year on customer demand.
The CB Unicorn is powered by a 149.1cc engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission system. Making it a good choice for bikes under 70000. The engine cranks out respective power and torque of 13.14 bhp and 12.84 Nm. The cost of this bike is at INR 69,547.
Pros: Engine Refinement, Appealing Design.
Cons: Quite Outdated.
Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0
At INR 66,664 (ex-showroom, Delhi), the Yamaha SZ-RR Version 2.0 is the most affordable 150cc motorcycle by the manufacturer. However, the SZ-RR is an underrated motorcycle by Yamaha that is still struggling to earn respectable numbers for which the company had hoped for.
The bike comes powered by a 149cc engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission system. The engine develops a maximum power output of 11.93 bhp along with a peak torque of 12.8 Nm.
Pros: Impressive Sporty Design.
Cons: Traditional instrument cluster.
Hero Splendor 2016 (i-Smart)
The one bike which we all remember. Probably the most famous school pick up and drop bike out here in the street. Splendor has made a lasting impression on the market with a no-nonsense design, bulletproof build quality, and commendable fuel efficiency.
With prices starting at ₹ 58,899 (Ex-showroom Delhi) which lives up to Splendor’s policy of not being heavy in your pockets. Also being one of the best mileage bikes in India with a mileage of more than 70 kmpl.
Splendor has become the household name when it comes to frugal commuters. The 110cc engine churns out a modest 9.0 Bhp of power and 8 Nm of torque which is adequate for city commuting.
It also features optional alloy wheels. TVS Star Sport and Bajaj Platina are some of the other contenders in the 100cc commuter segment.
Features: Tubeless tires, Pinstriped Alloy, i3s Technology, Contemporary Headlamp, Side Stand Indicator with stylish new graphics.
Priced competitively in its segment, the Splendor Plus still continues to be a favorite, just because of its refined, low maintenance engine and superb value for money proposition
Hero Glamour 2017 Edition
The Hero Glamour is among the most popular motorcycles for the country’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer. Its arch-rival Honda had unveiled the new CB Shine SP a few years back which was positioned as a premium 125cc bike.
Hero responded in style by unveiling the 2017 Glamour in Argentina making it the first motorcycle from Hero to be unveiled in an overseas market. The biggest talking about the 2017 Hero Glamour is the all-new 125cc motor.
The Torque On Demand (TOD) engine is BS-IV compliant and will be available with both carburetor and fuel injection options similar to its predecessor. Currently, only the fuel-injected version is available on sale and we expect the carburetor version to go on sale soon.
BAJAJ PULSAR 150 NS
This one is for all the fans of bikes with racing DNA. The lighter version of NS comes with a Single cylinder, Air-cooled, single overhead camshaft, Engine. Which delivers a torque of 12Nm and 16bhp in power. The NS 150 would cost around INR 60000 approximately.
The bike features a 5-Speed Gearbox weighing 140Kg with a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters. The top speed of the bike would hit up to 120 kmph and would be available in Black, Blue, Red, and white variant.
Mahindra Centuro Overview
What Powers the Mahindra Centuro comes from the 106.7cc, MCI-5 Single-Cylinder Engine that hits up to 8.4bhp and 8.5Nm of torque.
The commuter motorcycle’s design elements include a golden twin bar that wraps around its fuel-tank, multi-colored decals, and a digital dashboard.
Features: Anti-Theft Alarm with Engine Immobilizer, Intelligent MCi-5 Engine, Find-me Lamps, Remote Flip-Key, Guide Lamp, Digital Dashboard with Service Reminder, Muscular Styling, Tubeless Tyre, Distinct Golden Ribs.
Suzuki Hayate EP
Our next bike on the list is from the legendary Suzuki. It is priced at Rs. 52,401. The bike is powered by a 113 cc engine with 4-Speed Gearbox for better speed and efficiency.
It boasts a fuel tank of 10 liters with a curb weight of 107 kilograms. Good value for money as far as the mileage is concerned. The overall look and design are satisfying. The riding is good and perfect. The comfort level is a little low. It has got an electric start and it delivers an awesome power.
I loved the performance of this bike and it has got a mileage of about 55kmpl. Suzuki Hayate comes with a 10.5litre fuel tank out of which 2.0 liter is reserve capacity.
The Bajaj Pulsar 160NS
It is a new bike to hit the market. The launch has been a soft one and the bike has already reached dealerships around the country. The New Pulsar 160 NS is aimed at customers who are willing to upgrade. And also those who are looking for a more powerful bike than the 150cc ones.
Bajaj will be targeting buyers of bikes like Suzuki Gixxer and Honda CB Hornet 160R. High performance amalgamated with budgetary considerations is offered by the Bajaj Pulsar 160NS. The bike is powered by a powerful 160cc, single-cylinder engine. Which gives an output of 200NS power and is inclusive of the five-speed gearbox.
Adding to the style of the metal beast are the body graphics, side panels amongst others. The bike costs 70,000 INR in the Indian market. It can produce the power of 17.5 Ps maximum while the obtaining torque is the maximum of 13.5 nm. It can produce the mileage of 55 kmpl which is quite efficient and the top speed of this bike is 121 kmph.
Moreover, the Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS can boost up the speed from zero to 100 kmph within 15 seconds. In addition, the brake specification of this bike is as 240 mm Disc front brake and 130 mm Drum rear brake. Furthermore, this bike is designed with some extra features that make it quite attractive and affordable as well as the common riders.
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