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India is the largest consumer of two-wheelers in the world. There are millions of two-wheelers on the road and customers have a choice of numerous options. Most of the bike sales in India happen in the commuter segment. Most buyers look for affordable motorcycle options in the market that are reliable and also returns phenomenal fuel efficiency. Here is a list of motorcycles available in the market in the affordable segment. We bring you best bikes under 60000 in India.
Check list of top 10 best bikes between 50000 to 60000.
1o. Suzuki Hayate
Suzuki Hayate is the commuter segment offering from the Japanese maker, and it is quite popular in the market. The Hayate looks stylish with angled headlap set-up and a small visor on the headlamp.The Hayate also gets blacked out alloy wheels, engine and exhaust note for a sporty feeling. The bike is powered by a 113cc engine that returns a maximum of 60 km/l and the only Suzuki bike below 60000.
09. Honda Dream Neo
The Honda Dream Neo was launched in 2014 and is the first commuter motorcycle launched by the Japanese manufacturer to get HET (Honda Eco Thrust). The Dream Neo series gets mature styling and bold body graphics. The commuter bike under 60000 is one of the best selling Honda motorcycles in India.
The bike gets an analogue speedometer with the fuel gauge. The motorcycle is priced below Rs. 50,000, which makes it quite a popular choice for the buyers. The Dream Neo is powered by 110cc, single-cylinder engine that returns a maximum mileage of 72 km/l. The HET system makes sure that Dream Neo gets maximum fuel economy while keeping the torque output high at the lower rpms. The Honda Dream Neo looks quite good with a contoured tank with a 3D emblem on it. The engine, chassis and the alloy wheels get an all-black treatment that adds a sporty look. The bike only gets front and rear disc brakes.
08. Hero Passion Pro
Hero Splendor is the best selling Hero bike under 60000 in India. The Passion Pro is the second best bike sold in the segment and is a very popular bike. The Passion Pro is available since a very long time in India. The bike is available as a little more premium offering than the Splendor in India.
The motorcycle gets a straight off design, but Hero puts an extra set of graphics to make sure the Passion Pro looks different from the Splendor. The Passion Pro commuter bike is powered by a 97.2cc single-cylinder engine that was developed by Honda. It is known for its extremely reliable nature is known to last many kilometres. The 97.2cc single-cylinder engine develops a maximum of 8.24 Bhp and 8.05 Nm. The bike gets a semi-digital console with a side stand indicator for safety. There are telescopic front forks and twin rear shock absorbers. Braking comes from drum brakes at the front and rear. The bike gets a claimed mileage of 75 km/l, which makes it quite popular among the commuter bike owners.
07. TVS Victor
The TVS Victor is a popular and well-known name from the TVS garage. TVS brought the name back in the market in 2016 after a brief period of its absence from the market. The TVS Victor is known to be one of the most practical choices in the segment. The Victor is not the best looking motorcycles in the segment.
The TVS Victor is the best TVS motorcycle under 60000. It features 60-watt electric bulb, which is best in the segment and illuminates the way at night. There is a semi-digital instrument console that looks very good and provides a lot of information. The commuter segment motorcycle also gets engine kill switch, that lets the riders to quickly switch off the engine when stuck in a traffic light and then turns on the ignition through the flick of a switch.
This Tvs bike is powered by a 110cc single-cylinder engine with 3-valve set-up. It churns out a maximum power of 9.4 Bhp and 9.4 Nm. The power is transmitted to the rear wheel through a 4-speed gearbox. It gets an ARAI certified fuel efficiency of 76 km/l.
06. Hero Glamour
As the name suggests, the Hero Glamour is quite a glamourous bike. The bike is targeted at the premium two-wheeler commuter customers, and it looks quite attractive. Hero puts the dual colour scheme on the Glamour where the tank is of a different black colour, and it merges slowly with the rear body colour of the bike. It also gets a good looking body graphics. The stylish bike also gets dual spoke alloy wheels and tank scoops to give it a better and bigger feel.
The Glamour was the second best selling bike in 125cc segment and gains many customers due to its exceptions 81.1 km/l mileage. Hero offers black engine, alloy, and exhaust on the Glamour while there is also optional disc-brake set-up but it costs more than Rs. 60,000.
05. Bajaj V12
Bajaj launched the V15 earlier that became a success in the market. On seeing the success, Bajaj launched a smaller displacement V12 to capture a larger segment of the market. The V12 looks identical to the V15, but it only gets a 124.5cc engine.
The unorthodox cruiser inspired looks of the V12 makes it one of the most popular bikes in the segment. The bike comes with alloys on both the wheels which have been painted in black, but the engine stays unpainted in metallic colour.
The BajajV was given its name from INS Vikrant, whose metal parts have been reused in the bike. The cruiser style bike is extremely comfortable to ride and attracts a lot of users who are looking for a stylish offering with great mileage at an affordable Bajaj bike under 60000 price segment.
The Bajaj Platina name is quite famous in the 100cc segment in India. The Platina name has also been around for a long time now. Bajaj had updated the model last year with new graphics and had also added a new self-start option.
The Platina is powered by a 102cc single-cylinder engine that produces a maximum power of 8.1 Bhp and peak torque of 8.6 Nm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed transmission. This Bajaj bike has an extremely high claimed fuel economy of 104 km/l, which is among the most fuel efficient bikes in the country.
The Platina also gets an all-black theme with unique looking coil in coil rear suspension set-up. The motorcycle gets alloy wheels, but there is no option of the disc brake.
03. TVS Star City+
The TVS offers many commuter bikes in the 100-110cc segment. The TVS Star City+ is the best seller among them. The Star City+ is one the best looking bikes and best mileage bike under 60000. The bike gets a semi-digital instrument console with an eco-meter, which makes sure that the riders get maximum fuel efficiency. The digital instrument cluster also shows various information like service reminders. It gets electric start and button tyres.
The Star City+ is powered by a 110cc Ecothurst engine that produces a maximum power of 8.2 Bhp and peak torque of 8.7 Nm. The engine is paired to a 4-speed gearbox. The motorcycle weighs only 109 kg and returns an exceptional fuel economy of 86 km/l, which is best in the segment.
TVS offers the Star City+ in various colours, and the motorcycle looks really premium with the blacked out engine and the exhaust system. The alloy wheels can be had in different colours as per the choice of customers.
02. Honda Livo
The Honda Livo was launched after the Twister did not pick up sales in the market. The Livo became quite famous in the market, and Honda sold more than 1 lakh units of the Livo in just one year. The best Honda bike under 60000 in India is the Honda Livo, and it was introduced in 2015. This Honda bike motorcycle gets the same platform as the Honda Dream Series but gets sharper looks and overall outlook of the motorcycle.
The Honda Livo is powered by a 110cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that churns out a maximum power of 8.2 Bhp and 8.63 Nm of peak torque. The engine is paired with a 4-speed gearbox and weighs only 111 kg, giving it a very peppy feeling. The Livo is also equipped with Honda Eco Technology (HET), which helps the motorcycle to return a maximum fuel efficiency of 74 km/l.
The Livo gets fuel tank extensions that add a very muscular look to it. It also gets optional disc brake with alloy wheels option. The Livo gets an all-black theme with red suspension coil in the rear. It looks quite good for a commuter segment motorcycle.
The Hero Splendor iSmart is the latest and the most advanced Splendor in the market. It is the best Hero bike under Rs. 60000 in India and offers a lot of tech and features. The Splendor iSmart offers the same amount of reliability and yet offers a great amount of features.
This hero bike is powered by BS IV compliant 110cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produced a healthy 9.4 Bhp and 9 Nm of peak torque.
The engine is mated to a four-speed manual transmission. The best part about the bike is the start-stop feature, which is unique in the segment. It helps the motorcycle to evidently increase the fuel efficiency of the bike by automatically shutting down the engine when not in use. The system switches off the engine when the motorcycle idles for a long time and then automatically starts it when the clutch lever is engaged. The motorcycle offers good looks with alloy wheels and good looking graphics on the body.
The all-black engine theme is also something that attracts a lot of looks. The rear suspension gets contrasting red colour that adds to the good looks.
This is the list of Best Bike Below 60000 in India.
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