The top 10 bikes are in india...


  • #10         Bajaj Pulsar NS200

    Bajaj Pulsar NS200

    • Displacement199.5 cc
    • Max Power(bhp)23.2 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    2 variants, 3 colors January 2012 Not Available

    The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 was relaunched in early 2017 featuring a few cosmetic updates and retuned BS IV-compliant engine. It has been positioned between the Pulsar 220F and the Pulsar AS200.

  • #9        Honda CB Shine

    Honda CB Shine

  • Displacement125 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)10 bhp
  • The CB Shine is a 125cc commuter motorcycle developed by Honda for the mass market segment. The Shine caters to a segment of buyers who are fine with understated looks but expect respectable performance and efficiency. This coupled with Honda’s refinement and reliability makes the Shine a solid all round package.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    3 variants, 6 colors July 2012 70,803


    #8      Honda Activa 5G

    Honda Activa 5G

  • Displacement109.19 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)8 bhp
  • It may be the highest-selling two-wheeler in the Indian market, but Honda hasn’t stopped the evolution of the Activa. The latest set of updates that make up the 5G are more than merely cosmetic. The front apron gets chrome accents, but the LED headlamp will draw your attention first. The top-spec Deluxe variant even gets a digital display below the analogue speedometer; it now shows the fuel gauge, odometer and trip meter and a clock in the digital part of the instrument cluster. The Activa 5G also gets the new ignition key slot from the Grazia, which has the provision for the seat release.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    2 variants, 8 colors March 2018 2,18,212


    #7      TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

  • Displacement197.75 cc
  • Mileage41 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)20.7 bhp
  • The Apache RTR 200 4V is a big step up from the Apache RTR 180. This model has undergone a major cosmetic and technological revamp to give it a new lease of life.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    8 variants, 8 colors January 2016 Not Available


    #6      TVS Apache RTR 160 4V

    TVS Apache RTR 160 4V

  • Displacement159.7 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)16.1 bhp
  • The Apache RTR 160 has been around for well over a decade now, and the 4V is the new generation of 150cc premium commuter from the Hosur-based manufacturer. It has got input from TVS’s racing division, and the new 160 4V shows derivations that certainly make it sporty. For one, the engine has a four-valve head, which makes it the only 150cc premium commuter besides the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 with as many valves. It also gets oil cooling. It generates 16.1 or 16.3bhp, depending upon whether it is the carburetted or FI engine. Torque stand at 14.8Nm. A rear disc brake is optional for the carburetted version but the FI gets a rear disc brake as standard. ABS isn’t even on the options list. You get a slightly narrower rear tyre if you opt for the rear drum.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    3 variants, 3 colors March 2018 Not Available


    #5      KTM 125 Duke

    KTM 125 Duke

  • Displacement124.7 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)14.3 bhp
  • The 125 Duke is the baby of the Duke lineup. It exists because of the licensing laws in markets like the European Union, which allow 125cc motorcycles to be ridden with a car driver’s licence. The 125 Duke shares everything with its bigger siblings, which means great cycle parts. They include a trellis frame, upside-down front forks, a radially mounted front brake calliper with four opposed pistons, a six-speed gearbox, and an all-digital instrument cluster that shows a lot of information. The 125 Duke also gets a single-channel ABS system, which makes the first product in the country under 125cc to offer an ABS system instead of a linked braking system

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    1 variant, 3 colors November 2018 457


    #4      TVS Apache RTR 160

    TVS Apache RTR 160

  • Displacement160 cc
  • Mileage50 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)15 bhp 
  • TVS Motors launched the Apache brand in India in 2007 and the 160cc Apache was the first bike from the Apache series that was introduced in the Indian market.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    6 variants, 7 colors June 2007 29,947


    #3Yamaha YZF R15 V3

    Yamaha YZF R15 V3

  • Displacement155 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)18.7 bhp
  • The YZF-R15 changed the 150cc segment in the Indian market the way the CBZ did when it was launched. It was an everyday motorcycle that could genuinely be used as a trackday tool. The second version of the R15 traded practicality for more focused performance, but the advent of the KTM RC200 meant that much better performance was available for the sportbike enthusiast at a similar price. 

    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    2 variants, 3 colors February 2018 Not Available


    #2    Bajaj Pulsar 150

    Bajaj Pulsar 150

  • Displacement149 cc
  • Mileage65 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)15 bhp
  • The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the highest selling 150cc commuter bike in India. Despite it being long in the tooth, the combination of style, good fuel efficiency and value for money have made it extremely popular.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    4 variants, 11 colors November 2001 53,524


    #1     Royal Enfield Classic 350

    Royal Enfield Classic 350

  • Displacement346 cc
  • Mileage37 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)19.8 bhp
  • The Classic 350 is the product that keeps Royal Enfield’s sales thumping today. In fact, it boasts of sales numbers higher than many 150cc commuter bikes.

    Available in Launched in Unit sold (November)
    2 variants, 8 colors November 2009 39,025



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