Mileage is considered as a USP for bikes in India and for good reason. The price of petrol is touching new heights. In case one has plans to buy a bike with good mileage, they should take note of the following bikes –
The Bajaj Platina 100 is an entry-level commuter bike from Bajaj that is positioned above the CT 100 and CT 110.
It comes with both kick start and electric start features. The top variant is offered with knuckle guards. This is a mileage champion and is aggressively priced at INR 64,438 (average ex-showroom price). The bike comes in four variants and has six colour options.
Powering the Platina 100 is a BS-tuned, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with 102 CC displacement. The engine is capable of producing peak power and torque output of 7.79 bhp and 8.34 Nm respectively.
All variants of the bike come with front and rear drum brake systems and are equipped with a combined braking system. The dry weight of the bike stands at 117 KGs and has a fuel tank with 11-litres capacity.
CT 100 is yet another mileage bike from the house of Bajaj.
The bike is available in three variants and is quite popular for its low maintenance costs and high fuel efficiency.
The bike is aggressively priced and is available at an average ex-showroom price of INR. 69,482 in India. Colour options stand at six.
The bike has a 102 CC, BS6-tuned, single-cylinder, air-cooled motor that is quite capable. It can produce peak power and torque outputs of 7.79 bhp and 8.34 Nm respectively. The bike is equipped with front and rear drum brakes. A combined braking system is OEM standard fitment. The dry weight of the bike stands at 115 KGs and is equipped with a 10.5-litre fuel tank.
The Platina 100 happens to be the most affordable bike in India that comes equipped with ABS from the factory.
The top variant of the bike comes with a 240mm single disc for the front wheel and single-channel ABS. The rear wheel, however, comes with a drum braking system.
It is marketed as a mileage bike by Bajaj. It is available at an average ex-showroom price of INR 81,076 in India. The bike is available in two variants and six colour options. The bike has a BS-tuned 115.45 CC, air-cooled, single-cylinder motor. The power and torque outputs are 8.44 bhp and 9.81 Nm respectively.
The dry weight of the bike stands at 122 KGs and has a fuel tank with 11-litres capacity.
The Bajaj CT 110 happens to be one of the best mileage bikes in India according to official sales records.
The bike is made available by Bajaj at an average ex-showroom price range of INR 75,352 in India.
The bike is available in two variants and seven colour options. The motor of the bike is a BS-6-tuned 115.45 CC engine. It is a single-cylinder, air-cooled unit that is capable of producing 8.48 bhp power and 9.81 Nm torque.
The bike comes with front and rear drum brakes. It is equipped with a combined braking system as OEM standard fitment.
The dry weight of the bike stands at 127 KGs and is equipped with an 11-litre capacity fuel tank.
Last but not least is the Pulsar 125.
It is the entry-level Pulsar that is available at an average ex-showroom price of INR. 1, 00,346 in India. It comes with six colour options and four variants.
Powering the bike is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, BS-6 tuned motor with 124.4 CC displacement. The engine is quite capable. It is tuned to belt out peak power and torque figures of 11.64 bhp and 10.8 Nm respectively.
The bike comes with a front disc and rear drum braking system. It is equipped with the combined braking system as OEM standard fitment. It has a dry weight of 142 KGs and is equipped with an 11.5-litre fuel tank.