It can be a night out for fun and exciting tour, nothing else will be able to provide you with the same enjoyment other than a motorbike. Because of this reason, almost everyone, who has ever ridden a motorcycle, has fallen in love with these fantastic two-wheelers instantly.
The Indian motorbike market is known to be the second largest in the Asian continent and is dominated by those bikes, which are priced under Rs. 50,000. However, price is not the only reason which prompts people to go for the cheapest bike in India. Another reason behind this humongous popularity of the cheap bikes is their fuel efficiency.
Nevertheless, before buying any bike, it is always better to gather some information about its specifications, pros, and cons. This will help you to find two-wheeler of your choice, which will be able to handle all of your demands efficiently.
The Cheapest Bikes in India are:
1. Bajaj CT 100
Built and distributed by Bajaj Auto Limited, Bajaj CT 100 is considered to be the cheapest bike in India and a perfect all-rounder. The bike features a 102 cc powerful engine, which boosts the overall capability of the two wheeler. It also helps the bike to take on any road.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 33,402/-
The Bajaj CT 100 also comes with dual springs. The front one will be able to protect from the small yet pesky bumps, and the other will prevent the jerking caused by the bigger ones. In addition to this, the bike features a lengthy and comfortable seat, which will provide enough space for you and your loved ones.
The motorbike comes with a wide rear tyre and a long wheelbase, which makes the two wheeler much more stable and safe no matter what the condition of the road is. Despite that, this bike has a single-cylinder, air-cooled engine, and a 4-speed gearbox, which improves its efficiency by a mile.
Even though being quite light in weight, Bajaj CT 100 comes with a solid structure, which boosts the durability of the bike. Also, in working condition, the motorbike is known to attain a mileage of around 70-75 kmpl, which is quite high, especially for the lowest price bike in India.
Another excellent feature of the bike is its glorious color as well as designer graphics, which makes it look very stylish and aesthetically beautiful.
Bajaj CT 100 also comes with a switch named ‘Ride Control,’ which enables the rider of the bike to select between the power and economy mode. This feature is quite uncommon among the other budget bikes in India.
- Comes with a comfortable rear suspension system
- Provides a great riding experience in city traffic
- Excellent mileage and vast service network
- Long and comfortable seat
- Alloy wheels and optional self start
- A perfect bike for the beginners
- Average pickup
- Fully Analogue meter console
2. Bajaj Platina 100
Bajaj Platina 100, or simply Bajaj Platina, is a 100cc bike which is both manufactured and distributed by Bajaj Auto Limited. The bike was released in the year of 2006 and did not take much time to become very popular. However, since its release, the two wheeler has always been one of the best mileage motorbikes in India.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 40,896/-
When compared to some other best budget bikes in India, the Bajaj Platina provides a much better riding experience as it comes with a superior front suspension. Also, in terms of mileage, Bajaj claims it to be one of the best mileage two-wheelers in India as it can achieve approximate 70 kmpl quite easily.
The regular 100-cc bikes generally come with a single spring rear suspension. However, the case of Bajaj Platina 100 is quite different. This motorcycle features long dual-spring rear suspension, which will help you to cope with the bumps in the road quite comfortably.
This low price bike is driven by a 100cc cylinder, 2-valve, DTS-I engine with ExhausTec, which generates a max power of 5.8 kW at 7500 rpm and a max torque of 8.34Nm @ 5500 rpm.
In addition to this, the two wheeler also features a carefully structured seat, which can absorb all the jerks very easily. Thus, no matter how far your destination is, you will never feel even a bit of discomfort when riding with Bajaj Platina 100.
The fuel tank fills up to 11.5 liters. Bajaj Platina comes with a height of 1069 mm, a length of 2003 mm, a width of 704 mm, and, a weight of only 111 kg. These features of the bike make the rider to handle the bike quite comfortably.
- Exceptionally comfortable as well as durable
- Brilliant fuel efficiency and Excellent mileage
- Can provide with the ultimate comfort when you are driving the bike on the highways
- Excellent suspension set up
- Does not come with a front disc brake
- Lack of bright and vibrant color option
- Does not feature tubeless tires
3. TVS Sport
When talking about the top 10 cheapest bikes in India with best mileage, how can we miss the TVS Sport? Manufactured and distributed by the TVS Motor Company, TVS Sport is considered to be one of the best bikes in India in terms of fuel efficiency.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 39,900/-
To brag about the fuel efficiency, the TVS Company has claimed that their bike can attain a mileage around 95 kmpl. However, in an economic condition, you will surely be able to achieve 70 kmpl of mileage.
This bike has highly adjustable shock absorbers. These parts of the bike allow the rider to adjust the suspension as per his or her requirements. It also comes with a cozy seat, which makes not only the rider but also the pillion to enjoy even the longest rides.
TVS sport features 130 mm drum brakes which can help you to use them correctly and effectively. Also, the bike comes with a ‘pass by switch’ that allows the riders to overtake other cars even in the darkest night safely.
The aluminum grab rail of the bike improves the safety of the pillion even more as it is sturdy yet quite comfortable to hold.
Another fantastic feature of this low price bike is its DuraLife engine as it gives the riders a great pick up at the slightest twist of the throttle. Also, the electric start feature of TVS Sport can start any of the gears with just one click of the button. Thus, the days of shifting back to the neutral gear to start the engine are long gone.
- Alloy wheels and optional self start
- Remarkably stylish and looks even more beautiful due to the dual-tone colors
- Incredible mileage, around 75 kmpl in economic condition
- Very easy to maintain
- Comes with a comfortable seat and good seating position
- Features a kick start or electric start option
- The engine of the bike is very reliable
- Inefficient electrical and switch gear
- Fully Analogue meter console
4. TVS XL100 Heavy Duty
Built and distributed by the TVS Company, the TVS XL100 Heavy Duty is considered by many as one of the best bikes under 30000 because of its fuel-efficiency and low maintenance cost. Because of this reason, this bike is positioned above the other two XL variables of the TVS Company.
As its name suggests, the TVS XL100 Heavy Duty is powered by a 100cc four-stroke single-cylinder engine, generating maximum power of 4.35 PS at 6000 rpm and a max torque of 6.5 nm at 3500 rpm.
Even though it comes with a weight of 80 kilograms, the bike is quite sturdy and can easily carry a payload of up to 135 kilograms. Like some other low cost bikes in India, TVS XL100 Heavy Duty also features a drum brake system, which is known to be quite efficient.
The minuscule fuel tank of the bike can carry up to four liters of fuel. When talking about fuel efficiency, TVS considers it to be the cheapest bike in India with best mileage as it can achieve a mileage around 67 kmpl in economic conditions.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 29,990/-
The bike comes with a length of 2,020 mm, a width of 750 mm and an overall height of 1,110 mm. It will enable 60 km of speed per hour. The TVS XL100 Heavy Duty comes with removable seat, which allows the rider to carry even more goods and payloads.
Bikers like you can use the USB charging port for charging any of your electronic devices in this bike. This feature is quite rare among the bikes under 30000.
- Because of the smaller size, it provides a great riding experience in city traffic
- Comes with decent top speed and can get in any streets
- Features soft and cozy seats, which makes the riding experience fun for both the rider as well as the pillion
- Has a robust 4-stroke engine and heavy-duty shock absorbers
- Very durable and low maintenance cost
- Looks like a moped and is not stylish at all
- Can feel quite cramped if two standard height people are riding it
5. TVS Scooty Pep Plus
Launched by the TVS Company in the year of 2016, the TVS Scooty Pep Plus is the upgraded version. Earlier it was called Scooty Pep Scooter.
TVS’s main goal behind the rejuvenation of the scooter was to include the female riders in the scene of the two-wheelers. Because of the excellent features of this two wheeler, it did not take much time to gain a lot of reputation and is still quite popular among the female community.
The TVS Scooty Pep Plus is equipped with 87.8 cc ecothrust engine, generating power of 5 bhp at 6500 rpm and provides its riders with excellent riding experience.
Even though being one of the low cost bikes in India, it offers an excellent mileage of 68 kmpl in working conditions. Also, it quite easy to handle the scooter properly as it comes with a weight of only 95 kilograms.
The dimensions of the TVS Scooty Pep Plus are 1735 mm in length, 590 mm in width and 768 mm in height. The wheels of the scooter are quite lean and come with a size of only 10 inches.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 43,264/-
When riding on a well-conditioned road, this two-wheeler can comfortably reach a maximum speed of 70 kilometers per hour.
Overall, it’s one of the modern-age and cheap bike in India. It also has a mobile charger socket. This enables you to charge your electronic devices even when you are on the move.
The scooter also comes with a side-stand alarm. This alarm alerts the rider to push-back the side-stand before starting his or her journey.
- Features alloy wheel, mobile charger socket, and a brand new advanced ecothrust engine
- Easy center stand and additional storage
- Excellent mileage of 68 kmpl
- Exquisite design
- Impressive headlight and brilliant pickup
- Available in 8 different color options
- Affordable price range
- Designed only for the female population
- Harsh engine noise and is not much comfortable for long rides
- Can feel shaky when riding at the top speed
6. Hero Electric Flash
Hero Electric Flash was the first entry-level e-scooter of Hero. Through the launching of this bike, the company wanted to grab the attention of the first-time electric scooter buyers. The scooter is known to be quite efficient if you are thinking to use it to travel smaller distances.
It falls under the top 10 scooters in India, and Hero Electric flash is driven by a 250-watt electric motor, which can draw its power from the 48 Volt, 20Ah VRLA battery pack.
(Ex-showroom*): with VRLA battery – INR 39,550/-
(Ex-showroom*): with Lithium-lon battery – INR 52,974/-
With this powerful electric motor, you will be able to achieve a top speed of 25 kilometers per hour. Safety of riders is ensured as this scooter has been equipped with short-circuit protection components.
The Hero Electric Flash features alloy wheels, which come with of size of 16 inches. Other than the short circuit protection components, the scooter is also equipped with a full-body crash guard and telescopic suspensions at the front to enhance the safety measures of the vehicle even more.
Even though being one of the lowest price bikes in Hero, the Hero Electric Flash can comfortably cover 50-60 kilometers at one go. Also, as the scooter weighs only 87 kilograms, it is quite natural for the riders to handle the two-wheeler properly.
The bike has been equipped with an under the seat-storage unit, which can help you to store or carry any extra item quite comfortably. The company also claims the scooter to be quite balanced and steady; thus, even the beginner riders will be able to ride the two-wheeler quite easily.
For a low priced bike, the Hero Electric Flash looks quite trendy because of its design and the use of vibrant colors. As of now, the two-wheeler comes in two different paint schemes, which are- silver/black and red/black.
- Excellent for short daily errands
- Does not weigh much at all
- Comes with telescopic suspensions which can prove to be quite beneficial for the bumpy roads
- Features a powerful LED headlamp and a crash guard
- Comfortable seat
- Lacks other features
- Comes with tube tires
The ex-showroom prices of different models of Hero Electric Flash are 39,550 rupees (with VRLA Battery) and 52,974 (with Lithium-Ion battery) only.
7. Hero Pleasure+ 110
Considered as the successor of the Pleasure scooter of the Hero Motocorp, the Hero Pleasure+ 110 comes with a robust 110cc engine and gender-neutral styling. This engine of the bike is capable of producing a maximum power of 8 bhp and maximum torque of 8.7 Nm.
The Pleasure Plus comes with some brand new features such as an open glove box and a modern instrument console, both of which can be found behind the front apron of the vehicle.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 47,300/-
Other than these two unique features, this scooter also comes with a charger socket, used for charging various electronic devices such as cell phones.
Although it is known to be one of the lowest price bikes in Hero, the two-wheeler is equipped with a lot more other features.
It comes with the bottom link-type suspension at the front side and a mono-shock at the rear part of the vehicle. The braking of the two-wheeler is done by 130 mm drums brakes which are situated at both the ends.
The weight of the scooter is only 101 kg, because of which, it becomes quite easy for the riders to control it. As of now, the scooter available in six different colors, which are- pole star blue, pearl silver white, matte metallic red, matte Vernier grey, sporty red and matte green.
- Features a powerful 110cc engine
- Because of its lightweight, the scooter is quite easy to ride even in the city traffic
- Robust 130mm drum brakes
- Comfortable seat
- Comes with six different colors
- Can be quite uncomfortable for the tall riders
- Comes with a small floorboard
- The engine vibrates at a higher speed
8. Ampere REO
If you are looking for the cheapest two wheelers and want to use it daily, then Ampere REO can be an excellent option for you. This scooter can be used for numerous everyday ventures, such as going to the school, college, office or the market.
The scooter is quite small and comes with a height of 1200 mm, a width of 660 mm and a length of 1730 mm. Because of this small structure, you will be able to drive it quite comfortable even on the highly busy roads.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 40,158/-
Another reason, which makes the vehicle even more lovable, is its weight. It comes with a 70 kilograms weight, which makes it more comfortable for the rider to control the bike properly.
Even though being one of the best budget bikes in India, Ampere REO comes with a powerful 250W BLDC motor, which boosts the performance of the vehicle by a mile.
According to the company, the scooter takes 4 to 5 hours to get fully charged. However, when it is fully charged, it can complete a journey of 60 kilometers quite comfortably.
Like some other budget scooters, the Ampere REO also comes with a top speed of only 25 kilometers/hour. Because of this reason, it is considered to be the best two-wheelers for the beginner riders.
Other than these features, it comes with a long comfortable seat and a sturdy grab rail; both are provided to improve the safety of the pillion. However, like some other bikes, Ampere REO does not come with any anti-theft alarm.
- Can carry a payload of up to 140 kilograms
- Weighs only 70 kilograms
- Comes with five different colors
- Excellent mileage
- Does not feature an anti-theft alarm
- Features only safe start option
The ex-showroom price of the Ampere REO is 40,158 rupees only.
9. Bajaj CT 110
Manufactured and distributed by Bajaj Auto Limited, Bajaj CT 110 is for those people, who are looking for an extra bit of power and style.
The bike comes with a powerful 115cc DTS-i engine, which can generate a maximum power of 8.6 bhp and a maximum torque of 9.81 Nm, which is quite decent for a bike under 40000. Unlike a few other cheap bikes, Bajaj CT 110 features a 4-speed gearbox.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 37,997/-
Considered to be one of the cheapest two wheelers, the Bajaj CT 110 features 125 mm sized telescopic suspensions at the front and 100 mm sized SNS at the rear end.
The length of the bike is 1945 mm; width is 752 mm and the height is 1072 mm. Because of its small stature, you will be able to ride the bike even on a busy road quite easily.
The braking system of the bike consists of 130 mm drum units at both sides of the vehicle. Also, the fuel tank capacity is 10.5 liters.
In addition to this, the bike comes with a ground clearance of 170 mm. Thus, no matter how bad the road is, you will be able to ride the bike without worrying about friction.
Another factor, which helps it to make it to the list of top 10 low cost bikes, is its weight of 116 kilograms. Because of being lightweight, it becomes very easy for the riders to handle the bike properly.
- Provides a great riding experience even in the city traffic
- Great pickup and excellent fuel efficiency
- Comfortable seating position
- Comes with a long and cozy seat
- Amazing mileage
- Powerful kick start
- Weighs only 116 kilograms
- Fully Analogue meter console
10. Hero HF Deluxe
The Hero HF Deluxe is the re-branded version of the HERO CD Deluxe. Thus, even though it looks a little bit more stylish than the former one, it comes with almost the same features. But, when talking about its exterior looks, the bike can easily be considered as one of the best looking bike in the low budget segment in India.
The bike is powered by an air-cooled 97.2cc four-stroke single-cylinder OHC engine that has the capability of generating 8.2 bhp power at 8000 rpm.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 39,900/-
Also, like some other bikes under 40000, the motor is mated to a four-speed gearbox; which boosts the efficiency of the bike. In addition to this, the bike has a self-start feature, which is quite uncommon among the low cost bikes in India.
Hero Motocorp has recently claimed that their two-wheeler can easily achieve a mileage of 82 kmpl; which pushes the vehicle to get in the list of the cheapest bike in India with best mileage.
It also features small hydraulic shock absorbers at the front side and a swing-arm with two shock absorbers at the rear side. These shock absorbers help the bike as well as its rider to cope with even the bigger bumps quite comfortably.
Apart from these, the bike also comes with a long single-piece seat, which provides optimum comfort to rider and pillion. The maximum speed is 87 km/h for this bike, which is quite satisfactory for the lower price bike in India.
- Robust and exquisite design
- Excellent fuel efficiency and cheap to maintain
- The very comfortable riding position
- Robust engine and good mileage
- Does not have any modern features like some other bikes under 40000
- Does not come with a disc brake option
11. Honda CD 110 Dream
When talking about the cheapest bike, it is impossible to forget about the Honda CD 110 Dream. Considered to be the lowest price bike in Honda, the bike is equipped with a 110cc single-cylinder engine, which helps the vehicle to produce 8.36 PS of power and a maximum torque of 8.63 Nm.
The engine has also been coupled with a smooth four-speed transmission, which boosts its overall efficiency and performance.
(Ex-showroom*): INR 49,498/-
The manufacturing company of the bike has claimed that the two-wheeler can comfortably achieve a mileage of 74 kmpl. This amazing feature puts the bike in the list of the cheapest bike in India with best mileage.
Telescopic forks and dual shock absorbers handle the suspension duties of the vehicle. For the braking system, the bike comes with 130m drum brakes which are situated at both the ends.
Another feature of the bike, which makes it one of the best budget bikes in India, is its weight. The vehicle comes with a weight of only 111 kg, which helps the rider to handle the vehicle quite easily.
Also, like some other cheap bikes in India, Honda CD 110 Dream comes with the ‘kick and self start’ feature.
This bike is also suitable for riding in any road as it comes with higher ground clearance. Also, because of featuring a long and comfortable seat, both the rider and the pillion will get to enjoy a pleasant riding experience.
Moreover, the bike comes with tubeless tires, which means the days of worrying about the tyre deflation are long gone.
- Comes with a lockable utility box
- Low maintenance seal chain
- Excellent service network
- Brilliant fuel efficiency and highly comfortable
- Robust build quality
- Looks are way too simple and average
Lowest Price Bike in Honda
The Honda Motor Company, or simply Honda, are generally famous because of manufacturing aesthetically beautiful bikes. Because of this reason, a lot of their bikes are quite high-priced and are not listed in this list.
However, to grab the attention of the people, who intend to buy a low price bike with good mileage, the company has launched the Honda CD 110 Dream in 2017. As of now, this vehicle is considered to be the lowest price bike in Honda.
Lowest Price Bike in Hero
Unlike Honda, Hero is known for launching cheap and affordable bikes. Among the cheapest options, the Hero HF Deluxe is known to be the lowest price bike in Hero. It is also one of those models of Hero which are listed among the best bikes under 40000. Other than this vehicle, some other cheap bikes of Hero are Hero Electric Flash and Hero Pleasure+ 110.
As mentioned before, most of the people in India usually choose bikes looking at their fuel efficiency and low maintenance cost. However, if you do some research, then you will find a lot of two-wheelers, which fall under the category of bikes under 30000 and bikes under 35000.
Because of this reason, before opting for a budget bike, you should always take a quick peek at its specifications. This will help you to get the best bike in town whenever the need arises.
Please Note: The prices may be different as per your city or location. Consult the showroom in New Delhi or elsewhere first for an updated list of quotations.
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* All prices mentioned are Ex-showroom New Delhi prices and are subject to change. Prices may also vary according to your city and location.