Best Mileage Bikes: India is now the world’s third-largest market for automobiles. Yet statistically speaking, less than 10% of Indians have their own vehicle. Two-wheeled vehicles, on the other hand, account for 49% of the Indian automobile market. So, it’s safe to conclude that most Indian households start off with a two-wheeler before upgrading to a four-wheeler. As a result, in this piece, we’ll examine the bikes in India that achieve the highest gas mileage.
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Among Indian motorcycles, the Platina is notable for its low fuel consumption. Bajaj markets this bike to those on a budget who are interested in getting the most out of their two-wheeled transportation dollar. Electric start, gas-filled rear absorbers, LED daytime running lights, and more are just some of the conveniences you’ll enjoy in addition to the fuel economy. It costs Rs 68,928 to purchase a Bajaj Platina (ex-showroom).
TVS Star City Plus
This 110cc motorcycle gets an impressive 83.09kmpl, making it the most fuel-efficient option available. One can choose between a drum model and a disc model. The 110cc engine produces 8bhp and 8.7Nm of torque and is mated to a 4-speed manual transmission in this bike. The bike can reach speeds of up to 90kph. With its 10 litre gasoline capacity, digital trip metre, USB mobile charger, LED headlamps, and more are all at our disposal.
TVS’s Radeon is powered by a 110cc engine with output numbers that are comparable to those of the Starcity. Similarly, its gasoline tank holds 10 litres, but its EPA-estimated mileage is 73.68 kilometres per gallon rather than the standard 58. There are three different models and six different colour schemes to choose from. The bike is available for a starting price of Rs 70,683. (ex-showroom prices). This bicycle has won “Commuter of the Year” awards before.
Hero Passion Pro
Among Hero’s motorcycles, the Passion is a best-seller. The bike is currently offered in the Xtec trim, which adds a host of modern conveniences such as a complete digital display, smartphone connectivity, low fuel connectivity, and a USB charging station. A 113cc, single-cylinder engine provides propulsion for the Passion Pro, developing 9 horsepower and 9.89Nm of torque. The 4-speed gearbox would be in charge of transmission.
The Raider is an excellent option if you want a stylish bike with a number of useful extras. The Raider not only looks great, but also has a 125cc engine, which provides respectable performance. It has an impressive claimed fuel economy of 67 kilometres per gallon (kpl) and outputs of 11.38 horsepower and 11.2 Newton-meters of torque. A 5-speed manual gearbox is an option. TVS Raider prices begin at Rs 85,941. (ex-showroom).
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