Hero Passion Xtec is the costliest bike in this list with a price tag of Rs 80,858.
100 -110cc motorcycles are the most popular among two-wheelers in India right now. Petrol price hikes are forcing more people to buy these fuel-efficient, affordable bikes. Multiple brands have on offer these low-capacity two-wheelers in their Indian line-up. Most of these come with minimal features, whereas some motorcycles offer modern techs and more features like digital instrumentation, for added convenience of the rider. Here is a list of 28 affordable motorcycles that you can buy under 1 lakh in India that will give you excellent fuel efficiencies.
|Bajaj Platina 110 ABS||—||Rs 72,224|
|Bajaj Platina Drum||—||Rs 68,544|
|Bajaj Platina 100||—||Rs 65,856|
|Bajaj CT110X||—||Rs 67,322|
|Hero Splendor Plus||Drum||Rs 72,076|
|Hero Splendor Plus||i3S Drum Self start Black/Accent||Rs 72,496|
|Hero Splendor Plus||i3S Drum Self start||Rs 73,396|
|Hero Splendor Plus||i3S Drum Self start Matte Shield Gold||Rs 74, 396|
|Hero Splendor Plus Xtec||i3S Drum Self start||Rs 76,346|
|Hero HF Deluxe||Drum Kick start||Rs 59,990|
|Hero HF Deluxe||Drum Self start||Rs 65,638|
|Hero HF Deluxe||Drum Self start Black||Rs 66,438|
|Hero HF Deluxe||i3S Drum Self start||Rs 67,138|
|Hero HF 100||Kick start||Rs 56,968|
|Hero Passion Xtec||Drum Self start||Rs 77,358|
|Hero Passion Xtec||Disc Self start||Rs 80,858|
|Hero Passion Pro||Drum Self start||Rs 74,408|
|Hero Passion Pro||Disc Self start||Rs 77,408|
|Honda Livo||Drum||Rs 75,820|
|Honda Livo||Disc||Rs 79,820|
|Honda CD110||—||Rs 71,133|
|TVS Radeon||Base||Rs 59,925|
|TVS Radeon||Digi Drum||Rs 74,804|
|TVS Radeon||Digi Disc||Rs 78,804|
|TVS Star City Plus||Drum||Rs 75,890|
|TVS Star City Plus||Disc||Rs 79,040|
|TVS Sport||Kick start||Rs 64,050|
|TVS Sport||Self start||Rs 69,293|
The most affordable motorcycle in the segment comes from Hero Motocorp. With a starting price of Rs. 56,968 (ex-showroom), the HF 100 is a smooth, fuel efficient ride, coming from a reliable brand. The only other bikes under Rs. 60,000 are TVS Radeon (Rs. 59,925), and Hero HF Delux (Rs. 59,990).
All motorcycles in this list come with alloy wheels as standard. Most of them comes with additional basic features like LED DRLs, a combi-braking system, side stand cut-off, etc. While semi-analogue consoles are quite common among these bikes, some come with fully digital consoles, like the Hero Splendor Plus and Passion Xtec. They offer dully digital consoles with Bluetooth connectivity. The facilities with Bluetooth are limited to call and message alerts, but are to be appreciated at these price points. Hero Motocorp also offers an intelligent start-stop system(i3S) in their motorcycles for better fuel efficiency. In terms of safety, the only bike with ABS is the Bajaj Platina 110, which costs around Rs.72,224. These bikes are capable of handling rigorous daily use, without putting a hole in your pockets.