Motorcycles have a significant share in the two-wheeler segment. A large number of people use motorcycles. In such a situation, if you are looking to buy a new bike, then today we have brought information about some motorcycles under Rs 2 lakh for you.
Bajaj Pulsar N250 (Rs 1.44 lakh)
It is the cheapest 250cc bike in India. The engine of the Pulsar N250 generates 24.1 bhp power. Its weight is 162 kg. It gets an LED projector headlight, 5-speed gearbox and single-channel ABS.
Yamaha MT 15 V2 (Rs 1.64 lakh)
Yamaha MT 15 V2 features USD forks. It gets the same 155cc engine, which also powers the R15 and Aerox 155. Its engine generates 18.1 bhp power. It gets a 6-speed gearbox, liquid-cooling, slipper clutch and dual-channel ABS.
Suzuki Gixxer 250 (Rs 1.77 lakh)
Suzuki Gixxer 250 is a street bike; its engine generates 26.13 bhp power. Its weight is only 156 kg. It gets oil cooling, dual-channel ABS and a 6-speed gearbox.
KTM 200 Duke (Rs 1.9 lakh)
The weight of KTM 200 is 159 kg. Its 200cc engine generates 24.67 bhp power. Talking about the features, it gets many features like dual-channel ABS, liquid cooling, 6-speed gearbox.
Yamaha R15 V4
This bike was launched in India last year, and in terms of design, it is much better than its older model. The bike gets a 155 cc, liquid-cooled engine, which generates 18 Bhp power and 14 Nm peak torque. It gets a six-speed gearbox with slip and assists clutch. The top-end R15M variant gets a quick shifter for smooth gear shifts. Suspension duties on this motorcycle include 37 mm inverted forks mated to a mono-shock, while stopping force comes from 282 mm front and 220 mm rear disc brakes and dual-channel ABS. The bike gets an LCD instrument cluster and a Y-connect system for smartphone connectivity. The price of this bike starts from Rs. 1.76 lakhs.
Yamaha R15 V3
With the fourth generation Yamaha R15 available in India, the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer is still selling the R15 V3 motorcycle. It is powered by a 155 cc liquid-cooled engine that produces 19 Bhp of power and 15 Nm of torque. The bike’s suspension setup includes telescopic forks and a mono-shock, while the braking hardware comprises front and rear disc brakes and dual-channel ABS. The R15 V3 gets an LCD instrument cluster but lacks Bluetooth connectivity. Its price starts from Rs. 1.59 lakhs.
Apart from these, Apache RTR 200 4V (prices starting from Rs. 1.28 lakhs), Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 (prices of Rs. 1.71 lakhs) and Honda Hornet 2.0 (prices of Rs. 1.36 lakhs) can also be good options.