New Bikes up to 500cc in India 2020-21 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

India is a lucrative market for premium bikes, and it can be seen in the sales of premium bikes between 250cc and 500cc in the country. Most of the premium bikes are bought by mature rides who are upgrading from their 200-250cc bikes. There are many bike models available in 500cc and below bikes range. In this segment, the bikes are powerful and can run at higher top speeds, making them an attractive deal for bike enthusiasts. You can check out the price list of new bikes up to 500cc in India.

500cc and Below Bikes price list in India

ModelPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Royal Enfield Classic 350₹ 1,67,235
Jawa Standard₹ 1,76,151
Royal Enfield Meteor 350₹ 1,78,744
Jawa Forty-Two 2.1₹ 1,83,942
Benelli Imperiale 400₹ 1,89,000
Honda Hness CB350₹ 1,86,500
Honda CB350 RS₹ 1,96,000
Jawa Perak₹ 1,97,487
Bajaj Dominar 400₹ 1,99,755
Mahindra Mojo₹ 1,99,900
Royal Enfield Himalayan₹ 2,01,000
TVS Apache RR310₹ 2,49,900
BMW G 310 R₹ 2,50,000
KTM RC 390₹ 2,60,723
KTM 390 Duke₹ 2,70,544
BMW G 310 GS₹ 2,90,000
KTM 390 Adventure₹ 3,10,365
Benelli Leoncino 500₹ 4,59,000
Benelli TRK 502₹ 4,79,900

Above 250cc, the bikes tend to go into hyperdrive as there are more powerful engines plonked into them and they are made to perform. But, in a premium bike, performance is not the only thing that sees seen. Many other factors such as brand value, charm, bike’s legacy, comfort level, road presence also play an important role in their sales numbers.

Sales and service network of premium bikes are limited to metro cities and tier 1 cities as their initial price tag is pretty high that comes in the spectrum of people who are in good positions, financially. Metro cities house most of the industrial areas and multinational companies which pay their employees a dime and hence, premium bikes find most of their customers in the metro cities.

In this list of new bikes up to 500cc in India, you will find most of the motorcycles which have engine capacity more than 250cc and up to 500cc. For easy understanding, we have presented the bikes in ascending order and to avoid any confusion whatsoever. Check out the best bikes between 250cc and 500cc in India, starting with the Royal Enfield Classic 350.

Royal Enfield Classic 350

The first bike on this list is the popular classic bike that has rules over the hearts of Indian riders since decades, the Royal Enfield Classic 350. It is a retro-classic bike which is on sale in India for decades now. Low-pitch thump and the upright riding posture is the main reason of its success as most people consider the Classic 350, a bike for the royals. With the introduction of BS6 emission norms and the recent price hike, the price of the Classic 350 has gone up to Rs 1.67 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

The bike is a bare-basic machine that is a perfect ride for purists and bike enthusiasts. There is a simple analogue speedometer unit on the dashboard and apart from that, you don’t get anything that would add value to the dashboard. Recently, the company added a low fuel light to warn riders about low fuel in the tank.

Coming to the engine, the bike is propelled by an age-old 346cc, long-stroke engine with a 2-valve head for breathing. This air-cooled and fuel-injected motor is capable of churning out 19.1 bhp at 5250 rpm and a peak torque of 28 Nm arrives at 4000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox handles the reduction duties.

The new fuel-injected engine offers better mileage which can touch up to 40 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. A 13.5-litre fuel tank capacity will offer a good riding range which makes it a suitable bike for long rides.

The next generation Classic 350 is just around the corner and will get a new smooth running engine that we have seen on the Meteor 350.

0ModelRoyal Enfield Classic 350
Engine346 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power19.1 bhp @ 5,250 rpm
Torque28 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90 - 19" - 52P
Rear Tyre110/90 - 18" - 61P
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight195 kg
Fuel Tank13.5 Ltr
Mileage40 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,67,235

Jawa Standard

Jawa Standard is a retro classic bike that has been launched in India by Classic Legends which in turn is subsidiary of Mahindra and Mahindra. The standard is a charming bike that has been used by the riders for touring purpose as well as their daily commuting partner. It is based on the Jawa bikes of the yesteryears that have been discontinued with the advent of 4-stroke engines. At present, the Jawa Standard is priced at Rs 1.76 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

At the heart of the Jawa Standard is a 293cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine with a 4-valve head. This motor is able to produce around 26.5 bhp of power and 27 Nm of torque at unknown engine rpms. A 6-speed gearbox handles the reduction duties and is well-optimised for city and highway performance.

There aren’t many features available on the bike and a seasonal update is one way that will feature a slightly more powerful engine and better equipment levels. The dashboard comes with basic info such as a speedometer, fuel gauge and a digital odometer. The new model will offer two trip meters too and the launch of the same is just some time in the future.

If you are looking for a daily commuter bike with retro style, the Jawa Standard is the best way you can do the same.

ModelJawa Standard
Engine293 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power27 bhp
Torque27 Nm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90 18
Rear Tyre120/80 17
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight170 kg
Fuel Tank14 Ltr
Mileage34 kmpl
Top Speed130 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,76,151

Royal Enfield Meteor 350

If you want a bike that is potent and comfortable enough to haul you over long distances, then it has to be the all-new Royal Enfield Meteor 350. Why? Let’s get into this. Once up a time, Royal Enfield launched a touring motorcycle in the form of Thunderbird. Well, it ended up being a massager instead, neither it was easy to ride a motorcycle and the list of reliability issues were long to deal with.

Then came the BS6 emission norms, the company discontinued the old generation of Thunderbird and bam, the old 350cc engine was gone. There came the mighty Meteor 350 with a comfortable ride posture and smooth engine making your long rides a walk in the park. Also, the bike gets a range of advanced features and use of technology that will come in handy if you own the Meteor for your touring needs.

The Royal Enfield Meteor 350 comes in three variants – Fireball, Stellar and Supernova. Out of these, the Fireball variant is the cheapest one and offers minimum accessories and gets two colour choices – Red and Yellow. The paint is done only on the fuel tank while the front fender, rear fender and side panels is painted in gloss black. Yes, its cost-cutting. There is no 3D emblem on the fuel tank either. There is no windshield visor or the pillion backrest on the Fireball model. The Fireball variant is now priced at Rs 1.78 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Coming to the Stellar variant, it gets better paint options like dark red, dark blue and matt black along with a range of optional colours that you can opt for. On this variant, you get the paint on the front and the rear fender as well as on the side panels. Unlike the all-black exhaust pipe of the Fireball, the Stellar gets a shiny chrome touch on the exhaust which is a welcome inclusion. A 3D emblem on the tank and a pillion backrest also come standard with this variant. It is priced at Rs 5000 over the Fireball variant.

At last, we have the Meteor 350 Supernova variant. This is the most expensive variant that comes with a tall windshield visor, dual-tone paint scheme, and machine-finished alloy wheels for a premium look. There are two colour options available on the Supernova variant – Brown and Black, Light Blue and Black. You get chromed out turn indicators and premium brown seat covers as well. It is priced at almost Rs 10,000 over the Stellar variant.

Coming to the powertrain department, the Meteor 350 gets a new generation J-series engine with a counterbalance shaft to smoothen out the engine vibrations, resulting in a smooth ride characteristic. There is an internal oil circuit that keeps the engine heat at bay and offers a long life to the engine and avoids overheating issues when you are on long rides in the summers of India. A fuel injection system feeds the engine with fuel and air is entered inside the engine via a 2-valve head. Ideally, the head should have come with 4 valves instead of 2.

The engine now designed with a shorter stroke and a wider bore but still retains the long-stroke characteristics. The power has gone up by almost 1 bhp and torque is down by 1 Nm. Even after this, the Meteor 350 is now the fastest 350cc bike in Royal Enfield’s portfolio. Why? Because the 5-speed gearbox that comes with this bike utilises engine power and torque efficiency and sends the power to the rear wheel far better than the previous generation engine. The top speed also increased to about 115 kmph.

Before you ask why there is no 6th gear. The answer is you don’t need one because the 5th gear on the Meteor 350 is so tall that the bike reaches 120 kmph of top speed on the 4th gear itself and the duty on 5th gear is to reduce the engine speed for better mileage. For highway rides, you can easily cruise at 100 kmph effortlessly without any vibration for hours before stopping for tea or coffee.

At normal city riding, you can get more than 40 km per litre of fuel mileage of the Meteor which is great in its own terms. Out on the highways, if you ride in the 75-85 kmph range, you will get a mileage of up to 38 kmpl which is the eco mode of the bike. However, if you are a power tourer and don’t shy away from riding at 100 kmph all day long, then mileage will drop to about 34-35 kmpl range.

There is a 15-litre fuel tank available on the bike which can provide a really long-range from 495 km at 33 kmpl to 570 km at 38 kmpl mileage. If you manage to get 35 kmpl then a range of 525 km is possible in real-world conditions. This kind of range removes all range induced worries when travelling to remote areas and on the level roads, you will need just one visit to the fuel station per day.

The Meteor 350 is a new generation bike and features a semi-digital instrument cluster with a single pod layout, oh, the other one, it is just a tripper navigation system that can be connected with your smartphone for turn by turn navigation provided by Google. The meter console, on the other hand, offers an analogue speedometer and a centre LCD screen for delivering info regarding all other stuff like odometer, trip meters, Eco indicator, digital clock and fuel gauge.

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 is among the best bikes that are available for cruising on the Indian highways under a great budget.

ModelRoyal Enfield Meteor 350
Engine349 cc
CoolingOil-Cooled
Power20.2 bhp @ 6,100 rpm
Torque27 Nm @ 4,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre100/90 - 19 - 57P
Rear Tyre140/70 - 17 - 66P
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 270mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight191 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage40 kmpl
Top Speed120 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,78,744

Jawa Forty-Two 2.1

After two years of launch, Jawa has finally introduced a facelift of the Forty-Two with an impressive name tag of 2.1 that showcases that it is a refined version of the bike that we are used to. The all-new Jawa 42 2.1 gets styling and equipment update which filled many gaps when compared to the old bike. With all the changes, the bike also gets a hike in the price which now stands at Rs 1.84 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi. Only one dual-channel ABS-equipped variant is available in this new model.

Let’s talk about the changes that make it an attractive offering against the likes of the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 and the Honda H’ness CB350. The 42 2.1 gets the most wanted features such as new colour options, alloy wheels, a more refined engine with added power, headlight grille, blacked-out exhaust and headlight unit for sportier looks.

The alloy wheels aids in bringing tubeless tyres to the table that ensures a puncture-free riding experience. Bar-end mirrors, pinstripes on wheels and racing stripes over the fuel tank are available as standard which the visual enhances the appeal of the bike.

Coming to the mechanicals, the all-new 42 2.1 is powered by a 293cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine which has revised internal components which increased the engine power by 0.8 bhp to 27.3 bhp while the torque remains the same at 27 Nm. A 6-speed gearbox does the reduction duties which is connected via a wet multi-plate clutch.

The company says that all these mechanical and feature changes are available on the 42 2.1 will come on the regular 42 and Jawa standard in the near future. However, the style changes are limited to the 42 2.1 variant.

ModelJawa Forty-Two 2.1
Engine293 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power27.3 bhp
Torque27 Nm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90 18
Rear Tyre120/80 17
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight170 kg
Fuel Tank14 Ltr
Mileage34 kmpl
Top Speed130 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,83,942

Honda Hness CB350

Honda has upped the game by launching the Highness CB350 classic motorcycle in the country. This particular bike is targeted at the Royal Enfield bikes which are currently the highest sellers in this segment. But the catch is, the bike is available only at Honda Big Wing dealerships which are too low in numbers to brings volumes on the table for Honda. CB350 is priced from Rs 1,86,500 ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Talking about the style, the bike is a classic motorcycle that is based on the old classic models from Honda that were on sale decades ago. However, the bike gets modern elements to make sure everyone has some liking for the bike. At the front, you get a round shaped full LED headlight cluster with clear glass for modern appeal.

Honda Highness CB350 is designed for being a comfortable tourer with an upright and relaxed riding posture. The exhaust is a sweet-sounding unit which is the courtesy of a long-stroke engine that is fitted in this bike. When compared to its peers, the bike is technologically advanced with modern features and equipment levels.

At the heart of the Honda, Highness CB350 is a long stroke, air-cooled, 348.36cc, single-cylinder engine. The fuelling is done by a PGM-Fi fuel injection system and generates a max power of 20.78 bhp at 5500 rpm and a peak twisting force of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm. If you have noticed, the Highness generates the highest amount of torque at 30 Nm in this segment that too at the lowest 3000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox is mated to the engine which offers an optimised performance in the city and the highway.

The bike gets a 15-litre fuel tank which when combined with an average fuel efficiency of 32 kmpl can deliver a range of over 480 km from a single tankful. This makes Highness a good contender for long-distance touring.

In terms of instrumentation, the bike gets a single-pod unit with an analogue speedometer and a dark digital display that offers a range of information such as a gear position indicator, trip computer with instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel economy and distance to empty feature. There is a mobile charging socket that is offered for added convenience.

You can also opt for the Bluetooth connectivity feature with voice-activated controls on the top variant of the bike. However, you have to purchase the headset separately by paying an additional amount.

Honda CB 350 is made for taking over the roads less travelled in eagerness to know the unknown.

ModelHonda Hness CB350
Engine348.36 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power20.78 bhp @ 5,500 rpm
Torque30 Nm @ 3,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre100/90-19M/C 57H
Rear Tyre130/70-18M/C 63H
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight181 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage35 kmpl
Top Speed130 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,86,500

Benelli Imperiale 400

There is no counter to the Royal Enfield Classic 350 in the segment of classic bikes in India. However, Benelli launched just that, the Imperiale 400 is the perfect alternative to the other classic bikes that are available in the Indian market. Benelli Imperiale 400 is the real Italian classic that derives the design from the bikes that used to ply on the roads decades ago.

Just recently, Benelli corrected the price of Imperiale 400 in the Indian market from Rs 2 lakh to Rs 1.9 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi. When compared to the base variant of the Classic 350, the Imperiale 400 does look expensive, however, the higher models reduce the gap by a huge margin. Apart from just the classic 350, the competition comes from Jawa Standard, 42 2.1, Honda H’ness CB350 as well which are great machine and also have greater reach.

Benelli Imperiale 400 is powered by a 374cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that features a 4-valve head for efficient breathing. This motor pumps out 20.7 bhp at 6000 rpm and 29 Nm torque at 3500 rpm. The torque is produced at much lower rpm making it an amazing cruiser as well as a comfortable commuter for city use. However, the heavy 205 kg kerb weight becomes a hindrance in the city traffic as it becomes difficult to manoeuvre the bike.

Imperiale 400 features oodles of chrome that makes it stand apart. With a feature-rich semi-digital instrument console onboard, you will not miss anything. There is a small 12-litre fuel tank that can barely provide a range of 400 km from a single tankful.

ModelBenelli Imperiale 400
Engine374 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power20.7 bhp @ 6,000 rpm
Torque29 Nm @ 3,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre100/90 - 19
Rear Tyre130/80 - 18
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight205 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed130 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,89,000

Honda CB350 RS

Again, we have another Honda motorcycle which is a newly launched avatar of the Highness CB350 called the CB350 RS. The RS is completely based on the same platform as the H’ness but comes a number of tweaks for it to be called as sportier version of the bike. It looks fresh and young if you look at both the bikes side by side. As per the pricing, the CB350 RS is priced at around Rs 10,000 over the pro version of the H’ness CB350 at Rs 1.96 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Talking about the similarities, the bike comes with the same 348.36cc, long-stroke, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine that also powers the H’ness CB350. It belts 20.78 bhp at 5500 rpm and peak torque of 30 Nm at 3000 rpm. You get a 5-speed gearbox with this motor and Honda Selectable Torque Control system which is basically a traction control system that avoids spinning the rear wheel under hard acceleration on wet or unpaved surface.

The fuel efficiency of the CB350 RS is similar to that of H’ness 350 at around 32 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. You can extract about 480 km of range from its 15-litre tank capacity. This kind of range is something that will not allow you to have frequent visits to the fuel stations.

The instrumentation remains completely similar but loses out on the Bluetooth connectivity and voice-activated features. In terms of readouts, the console comes with all the important information about the ride and the bike.

Now let’s talk about the changes that we get in the CB 350 RS when compared to the H’ness CB350. The all-new CB350 RS gets a smarter looking Headlight ring that is made of aluminium. This bike gets revised riding posture and thus the handlebar is now lower so that the rider had to lean forward a bit into a sportier riding posture. Before you go away, we would like to say that it is not a committed posture as you get in the Continental GT 650 but more of an aggressive riding posture that is comfortable for long tours.

The side panels get a slight change to make them look sportier, there are new colour options of Red and a combination of Yellow and Black. This time around, the rider seat gets double stitching and the pillion seat is also flat and supportive. The things are new at the rear, there is an LED taillight which is sporty and the grab handles are shifted on the side which is useful and easy to hold on to.

One important change that you might see is the presence of a different exhaust muffler that is now more upswept and sings a low pitch thump, a love for the purists. You also get an aluminium underbelly plate for protection from damages that might occur with hits from the gourd, especially while taking the bike through off-road trails.

Another change is the presence of wider block tread tyres that might help you counter the off-road trails along with the paved roads. The rear tyre is now a 150-mm cross-section unit a clear upgrade from the H’ness’ 130 section rear tyre. All these changes brought a reduction of 2 kilos of weight and now the bike stands at 179 kg.

Honda has upped the game with the launch of CB 350 RS classic scrambler styled motorcycle in the country. You need to get into a Honda Big Wing showroom for check out one.

ModelHonda Hness CB350 RS
Engine348.36 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power20.78 bhp @ 5,500 rpm
Torque30 Nm @ 3,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre100/90-19M/C 57H
Rear Tyre150/70-17M/C 69H
Front BrakeDisc - 310mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight179 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage35 kmpl
Top Speed115 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,96,000

Jawa Perak

Jawa Perak is the only factory bobber bike on sale in India. It comes with a single cantilever seat for the rider and there is no space for the pillion and neither wants it to happen. The Perak is made for solo riders who love the art of riding and to travel places and to know the unknown. It is priced at a steep Rs 1.97 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi over other bikes from Jawa.

The engine on the Perak is a bored-out version of the 293cc mill that is available on the other Jawa bikes. This engine churns out 30 bhp of max power and 3274 Nm of torque and is paired to a 6-speed transmission.

If you look closely, the front end of the bike is directly taken from the Forty Two while there is a completely new long swingarm setup with monoshock hidden under the rider seat.

It comes with a dark paint scheme and a blacked-out engine, exhaust and other components to give it a meaner look. Feature-wise, there is a single pod semi-digital instrument cluster with a digital odometer. Perak only comes equipped with a dual-channel ABS for safer braking performance.

If you are planning for a looker of a bike and needs a bike to travel solo, Jawa Perak is a perfect solution for them.

ModelJawa Perak
Engine334 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power30 bhp
Torque32.74 Nm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre100/90-18
Rear Tyre140/70-17
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight179 kg
Fuel Tank14 Ltr
Mileage33 kmpl
Top Speed135 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,97,487

Bajaj Dominar 400

Moving on to the next bike in this list we have the hyper rider Bajaj Dominar 400. It is the most powerful bike you can buy under Rs 2 lakh mark. The Dominar 400 is a bike that needs open highways to run as its performance is unmatched in this segment where it stands tall. A perfect value for money proposition who require a hyper tourer at an affordable price point. Priced at just Rs 1.99 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi makes it cheaper by almost Rs 70,000 than the KTM 390 Duke.

Powering the Dominar 400 is a 373.2cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine breathing through a 4-valve DOHC head. This motor is fuelled by an electronic fuel injection system that aids in the development of 39.42 bhp of max power at 8800 rpm and a torque of 35 Nm comes up at 6500 rpm. Despite being a short-stroke engine, the torque curve is well laid out across the rpm range that makes it a good city performer too.

There is a 6-speed gearbox attached to the engine that is tuned for highway performance and gets taller gear ratios. When the throttle is opened, the bike shoots to 100 kmph in just 7.6 seconds and the engine keeps on pulling the bike to a top speed of over 160 kmph. That said, if you are looking for a tour on the bike, you can easily maintain a cruising speed of 100-120 kmph all day long with its large radiator dissipating the engine heat delivering good reliability and a comfortable touring experience.

The suspension system is comprised of USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear delivering a comfortable ride along the long roads. To stop the bike, you get a large 320 mm disc brake unit at the front and a 230 mm disc brake at the rear with a dual-channel ABS accompanying the rider whenever hard braking is required.

ModelBajaj Dominar 400
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power39.42 bhp @ 8,800 rpm
Torque35 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70-R17
Rear Tyre150/60-R17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight185 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,99,755

Mahindra Mojo

Mahindra Mojo is a forgotten motorcycle in the touring segment. The real reason behind this is the lack of proper marketing and the high price tag after the BS6 upgrade. Mojo is an exceptional touring bike that offers comfortable riding posture, proper windblast protection and provision to carry luggage over distances.

The BS6 upgrade deleted the golden ribs that run along with the tank and turned them into black units. In the suspension department, the USD forks are now replaced by convectional telescopic forks and the dual exhaust system is reverted back into a single exhaust system. Even after removing these components, the bike did not lose its touring capabilities and can give a tough fight to its competitors.

A 293cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine powers the Mahindra Mojo. There are 4-valves on the engine head which ensures proper breathing for better throttle response and efficiency. This motor churns out 25.37 bhp of power at 7300 rpm and 25.96 Nm torque at 6000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handles the transmission duties and provides a crisp acceleration to the bike. You can easily tour at 100 kmph all day long without any annoying pain coming up in your body.

ModelMahindra Mojo
Engine293 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power25.37 bhp @7300 rpm
Torque25.96 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 – R17
Rear Tyre140/70 – R17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight186.2 kg
Fuel Tank21 Ltr
Mileage35 kmpl
Top Speed150 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,99,900

Royal Enfield Himalayan

Royal Enfield Himalayan gets a facelift version in the year 2021 with subtle changes and the inclusion of Tripper navigation for making touring easy. The all-new Himalayan comes with new colour options – Granite Black and Pine Green making the bike to look much premium. Another change that came into the bike is a size reduction of the metal frame around the fuel tank in a bid to accommodate taller riders.

This was done in lieu of complaints from tall riders as their knees hit the metal frame while riding and it was an uncomfortable affair regardless of how comfortable the Himalayan is for long rides. All these changes come with a massive price hike of Rs 10,000 due to which the asking price is now greater than the Rs 2 lakh mark at 2.01 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Apart from these, there is not much to talk about the bike’s new version. Coming to the powertrain, the bike continues to draw power from a long-stroke, air-cooled, 411cc, air-cooled engine that is fed by an electronic fuel injection system. A 2-valve head helps in breathing and this powerplant churns out a max power of 24.3 bhp at 6500 rpm and peak torque of 32 Nm at 4500 rpm. There is a 5-speed gearbox that does the job of power transfer.

The Himalayan is equipped with the long-travel suspension at both ends – the front telescopic forks offer 200 mm of wheel travel while the rear monoshock provides 180 mm of rear-wheel travel. A ground clearance of 220 mm is more than sufficient for off-road use. The suspension is tuned towards the softer side which is useful for off-road abuse.

The braking department is handled by a 300 mm disc at the front and a 240 mm disc brake at the rear gripped by Bybre callipers. A dual-channel ABS is supplied on the bike that is switchable for turning off the ABS at the rear wheel for off-road slides.

The instrument cluster is the most attractive part of the bike. It features multiple dials and the layout is neat. You get a semi-digital meter console with an analogue speedometer, tachometer and fuel gauge. The digital part offers a plethora of information sans the trip computer that still makes it quite useful. This time around, the 2021 version of the bike is equipped with tripper navigation that allows you to connect with your smartphone and activate turn by turn navigation while riding through the roads less travelled.

Royal Enfield Himalayan is the most versatile motorcycle in the Indian market as you can take the bike anywhere without a second thought.

0ModelRoyal Enfield Himalayan
Engine411 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power24.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre90/90 - 21"
Rear Tyre120/90 - 17"
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight199 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed133 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,01,000

TVS Apache RR310

TVS also has a presence in the segment that features new bikes up to 500cc in India. The Apache RR310 is the most advanced bike from the Chennai based automaker. It is a bike that is mainly being used for sports touring as well as attacking the racing tracks. Packed with a trellis frame, a powerful engine and decades of TVS’ racing experience make the Apache RR 310 a capable machine to burn the racing tarmac.

Recently, the bike saw a price hike of nearly Rs 2000 and the latest price of the bike is pegged at Rs 2.49,900 ex-showroom, New Delhi. With this hike, the Apache RR 310 came another inch close to the pricing of the KTM RC 390 which is the main rival of the TVS bike.

Powered by a liquid-cooled, 312.2cc, single-cylinder engine breathing through a 4-valve head, the Apache RR310 pumps out 33 bhp at 9700 rpm and 27.3 Nm at 7700 rpm. There is a 6-speed gearbox paired with the engine that is tuned to deliver a track-oriented performance. However, it is an optimised transmission that makes it an easy-to-use machine in the city and highways.

The full fairing offers greater protection from windblast and also provides aerodynamics that ads in cutting through the air for higher performance with minimum drag. There is a fully digital TFT instrument cluster with different ride mores like Rain, Urban, Sport and Track. Engine and ABS setting are automatically changed in a particular model to ensure better rideability and tuned fuel efficiency.

Apart from this, you can connect your smartphone with the meter console and receive the live notifications on the meter with turn by turn navigation helping you find your way through the new roads. The smartphone app also offers ride longs and other related data such as top speed achieved, G-forces, acceleration, lap timing, average speed and much more.

ModelTVS Apache RR310
Engine312.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power33 bhp @ 9,700 rpm
Torque27.3 Nm @ 7,700 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70-ZR17 M/C 54W
Rear Tyre150/60-ZR17 M/C 66W
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight174 kg
Fuel Tank11 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,49,900

BMW G 310 R

BMW G 310 R is a naked roadster that is made to take on those long-distance journeys that you have been planning for sometime now. It is a premium machine that is now priced correctly when compared to the BS4 version of the bike. This BS6 version of the G 310 R features full LED headlight, adjustable front brake and clutch levels, a slipper clutch and a refined engine.

Previously, the roadster was priced at Rs 2.99 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi which was a way steep for the bike. But things changed and BMW learned its lesson and launched the BS6 version at a corrected price tag of Rs 2.45 lakh which has been hiked recently to Rs 2.5 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi. A bike that was priced Rs 40,000 more than the KTM 390 Duke is now Rs 20,000 more affordable.

Propelling the bike is a 312.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled reversed inclined engine that breathes through a 4-valve head. This motor belts out 33.5 bhp at 9250 rpm and 28 Nm torque at 7500 rpm which are not segment-leading but sufficient to get you going at a respectable rate. You get to cycle through a 6-speed gearbox to charge ahead.

The upgrade brings the perfect blend to the table but a TFT meter console is still missing from the features list.

ModelBMW G 310 R
Engine313 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power33.5 bhp @ 9,250 rpm
Torque28 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 R 17
Rear Tyre150/60 R 17
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight158.5 kg
Fuel Tank11 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed143 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,50,000

KTM RC 390

Up next, we have KTM RC 390 which is at the pinnacle of affordable track machines in the country. It is a perfect bike for track racing enthusiasts and offers excellent ride and handling that is not available from any other bike in this price range. RC 390 carries a price tag of Rs 2.6 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

KTM RC 390 comes equipped with a stiffer suspension system utilising USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear. This provides excellent road-holding capability and does not allow the bike to deviate from its line around the corners. The tyres are providing amazing grip keeping it planted across all kinds of the road surface and instilling confidence in the rider.

RC 390 gets its explosive powers from a liquid-cooled, 373.2cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that features a 4-valve DOHC head. This powerplant churns out massive 42.3 bhp at 9000 rpm and 35 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. Being a high revving engine with a taller 6-speed gearbox, the low-end torque is quite low for city rides.

The RC 390 requires you to commit to a forward-leaning riding posture as the clip-on handlebars are positioned quite low. This creates a tuck-in riding position that ensures better aerodynamics for higher speeds.

It gets sharp brakes with sintered pads gripping on large 320 mm disc roto at the front and 230 mm rotors is present at the rear. With radially mounted callipers, the braking feedback is far greater than any other bike in this segment and provides a complete insight to the rider when things aren’t nice under the tyres.

ModelKTM RC 390
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power42.3 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque35 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 R17
Rear Tyre150/60 R17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight165.3 kg
Fuel Tank9.5 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed165 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,60,723

KTM 390 Duke

KTM 390 Duke is a naked streetfighter motorcycle that is one of the most powerful under Rs 3 lakh and takes counter the bikes in the above segments with larger engines. The Duke 390 is considered to be a maniac in the motorcycle world as it offers high power that can lift the front wheel more often.

However, the bike lost some of its value for money proposition due to the increase in the purchasing cost. At present, the bike is priced at Rs 2.7 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi which is up by almost 20,000 within a span of two years.

At the heart of the 390 Duke, you can find a powerful 373.2cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 4-valve engine that is designed to blast out 42.9 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and a torque of 37 Nm at 7000 rpm. There is a set of 6 gears packed in a box which is attached to the engine via a slipper clutch.

Performance-wise, the bike does 0 to 100 kmph in about 5.5 seconds and reaches a top speed of 170 kmph on the speedometer. There is a fully digital TFT meter console that delivers a range of information to the rider. There is a KTM app that you need to purchase for getting turn by turn navigation on the meter.

Cycle parts on the bike include USD forks at the front, monoshock at the rear which is tuned towards the stiffer side and delivers excellent ride dynamics. Braking is also strong and is delivered by 320mm disc brake at the front and 230mm disc brake at the rear with dual-channel ABS.

ModelKTM 390 Duke
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 x 17
Rear Tyre150/60 x 17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight167 kg
Fuel Tank13.5 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed165 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,70,544

BMW G 310 GS

Up next, we have BMW G 310 GS, an adventure tourer from a German motorcycle manufacturer. It is designed to counter the KTM 390 Adventure which is priced around Rs 20,000 over the GS. It is mostly used to be ridden on roads but the long-travel suspension that comes with it provides enough tolerance for off-roading. The BMW G 310 GS is priced at Rs 2.9 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

At the core of the G 310 GS is the same engine that is found inside the G 310 R roadster from the German company. The 313cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, reversed inclined engine powers the G 310 GS that outputs 33.5 bhp at 9250 rpm and 28 Nm torque at 7500 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handles the transmission on the bike.

G 310 GS provides a tall windshield visor to protect the rider from high-speed windblast, flat and large seats and raised handlebar for comfortable riding posture. However, a small 11-litre fuel tank can only provide a riding range of over 350 km from a single tankful.

It is a capable adventure tourer with sufficient power to take on the Indian highways with utmost comfort.

ModelBMW G 310 GS
Engine313 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power33.5 bhp @ 9,250 rpm
Torque28 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/80 R 19
Rear Tyre150/70 R 17
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight169.5 kg
Fuel Tank11 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed143 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 2,90,000

KTM 390 Adventure

We have another KTM motorcycle on this list, the 390 Adventure. It is the most technologically advanced bike that you would count on this list. There are many rider-friendly features available on the 390 Adventure such as switchable ABS, traction control system, a 3-axis IMU that controls cornering ABS and cornering traction control. You will also get a bi-directional quickshifter for seamless gearshifts while performing off-road challenges.

The 390 Adventure is powered by a 373.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine with a 4-valve head. It generates 42.9 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and 37 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is connected with the engine via a slipper clutch. However, the taller gearing steals the fun on the off-roading stints due to the lesser availability of torque at lower revs.

The adventure bike from KTM features long-travel suspension and a high ground clearance of 200 mm making the bike pretty usable on off-road scenarios. The traction control and switchable ABS helps the new rider to avoid accidental falls due to abrupt throttle inputs and extreme braking around the curves.

KTM 390 Adventure is the perfect bike who are into off-roading or need a companion for long-distance touring.

ModelKTM 390 Adventure
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre100/90 x 19
Rear Tyre130/80 x 17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight172 kg
Fuel Tank14.5 Ltr
Mileage28 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 3,10,365

Benelli Leoncino 500

Just recently, the Italian manufacturer Benelli launched another 500cc bike in the Indian market which goes by the name Leoncino. It is a naked scrambler styled naked bike which offers a new level of road presence. The word Leoncino translates into ‘Lion’s cub’ and is based on the first Leoncino Scrambler bike in the 1960s that utilised a 125cc engine.

At present, the company offers many Leoncino models in the international markets but as of now, we got only one BS6 Leoncino in the country. It is expected that younger sibling Leoncino 250 BS6 will be launched in the market within a couple of months. The Leoncino 500 carries a price tag of Rs 4.59 lakh ex-showroom which is Rs 20,000 cheaper than the BS4 version of the bike and it is a good move by the company that took this moment to correct the price.

The Benelli Leoncino is a scrambler motorcycle and has a higher stance and the rider sits a bit high so that it is easy to take this machine to off-road scenarios. However, this version did not come with spoke wheels as available in some international markets.

The all-new Benelli Leoncino 500 is powered by a twin-cylinder, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine with an 8-valve head for breathing. This mill pumps out a max power of 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and 46 Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm. It came to us as a surprise that the company managed to keep the power and torque figure similar to the BS4 version where most other manufacturers lost some amount of power and torque. Well, this is a great piece of engineering and the bike continues to offer the same level of thrilling performance as the old model.

You get a 6-speed gearbox attached to this engine which is optimised for on-road and mild off-road fun. The exhaust manifold is 2-1 unit producing an exhaust note which sounds like an inline 4-cylinder motor. Speaking about the performance, the bike does 0 to 100 kmph in about 5 seconds with top speed over 160 kmph.

Leoncino 500 does offer around 23 kmpl of mileage in the city limits while on the highways this number rises to about 30 kmpl which is great for a 500cc twin-cylinder motorcycle. There is a 12.7-litre fuel tank that can allow for a riding range of over 350 km in a single tankful before you would need refuelling.

It is a fairly decent motorcycle that can be used for urban riding and highway touring. The sitting position is comfortable upright with a wide handlebar making riding in the city easier and less straining. The headlight is a LED unit with a projector lens for better road illumination. Apart from this, the taillight and the turn indicators are also LED units which is a welcome step form the makers.

Coming to the instrumentation, you get a fully digital meter console with a twin-pod setup of different shape and size. The information on the meter is all regular readouts with ambient temperature and engine coolant temperature. You can toggle units into metric or imperial according to your taste.

The suspension system is comprised of 50 mm USD forks at the front which is not adjustable while the rear monoshock can be adjusted for preload and rebound. You get soft front forks that dive down a lot while braking and on the other hand, the rear monoshock is comparatively stiffer which sends unwanted jolts from the rear on the bad patches of roads.

On the braking front, there are twin 320mm rotors gripped by 4-piston callipers providing a sharp bite for quick speed shedding. The rear features a 260 mm disc brake unit. A dual-channel ABS accompanies the braking system and keeps the rider safe from accidental falls under hard braking.

Benelli Leoncino 500 is a great new machine for riders who want something for real fun with a soundtrack of the inline 4-cylinder engine under a budget. Also, the bike offers excessive road presence with its Italian design language.

ModelBenelli Leoncino 500
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight207 kg
Fuel Tank12.7 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 4,59,000

Benelli TRK 502

Finally, we have another Benelli here which is an adventure tourer, the Benelli TRK 502. Not of confuse with the TRK 502X, the TRK 502 is made to take on the roads with its 17-inch tyres at both ends with grippy tyres. TRK 502 offers the looks and feel of a large adventure bike at a fraction of the cost. At present, there is no direct competitor to counter Benelli at this price point. The Italian company launched the BS6 version of the bike in India with a price tag of Rs 4.79 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi making it Rs 20,000 cheaper than the BS4 version.

You will not go wrong in choosing Benelli TRK 502 over other expensive adventure bikes for frequent tours because it offers a decent engine and powertrain to munch up the miles. It comes with large, well-padded comfortable seats for both the rider and the pillion and you will not complain about spending extra hours on this machine. You get a sizable fairing at the front with a taller windshield visor that provides excellent windblast protection at higher speeds.

This will be letting you to ride further and reduced tea breaks and enjoy the tour without frustrations. The rider sits comfortably with an upright posture holding on to the raised handlebars. The rear-view mirrors are decent and provide a good view of the trailing traffic.

The Benelli TRK 502 BS6 draws its power from a twin-cylinder engine displacing 500ccc and is cooled by a liquid-cooling system. An electronic fuel injection system does the job of feeding the motor and an 8-valve DOHC head access to fresh air. This powerplant develops a max power of 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and a peak twisting force of 46 Nm arrives at 6000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is paired with the engine with taller gearing that helps in cruising an effortless task.

It is an easy motorcycle to ride and the TRK 502 will not tire you in the city traffic. On the performance front, the 235 kg bike manages to hit 100 kmph from a standstill in under 7 seconds with a top speed in the region of 160 kmph. With a higher top speed number, the engine runs strain-free at 100 kmph making it a comfortable speed to cruise on the highways.

One important point about TRK 502 is fuel efficiency. The adventure tourer returns a mileage of around 22 kmpl in the city riding conditions which shoots to around 28 kmpl on highways rides. This number when coupled to the 20-litre fuel tank, can deliver a riding range of easily over 500 km in a single tankful. This kind of range ensures that you enjoy the ride instead of worrying about the fuel.

The instrument cluster a semi-digital meter console that has an analogue tachometer with a white background. This unit is not exciting and feels old now, the company should have gone with the full digital unit or a TFT screen for better visual appeal. The right part holds the analogue tachometer with a white background. An LCD screen displays the rest of the information like speedometer, odometer, trip meters, digital clock, fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge among other indicators. We sorely missed the absence of a trip computer which would give us numbers like instantaneous and average fuel efficiency and distance to empty readout.

At 235kg, the bike seems heavy for a 500cc segment motorcycle but it comes with important and useful components to make your ride a memorable one. You get a taller stance, a high beak that will prevent any mud slashes and dirt. The BS6 models get an aluminium knuckle protector, in case, you know it’s safe for your hands. An engine and frame guard comes as standard fitment that protects the engine and body panels in case of a fall. For mounting luggage, the bike comes pre-fitted with a top box adapter and provision for saddlebags and panniers.

Braking is super strong with the duel 320 mm rotors at the front and a single 260 mm disc brake at the rear. A dual-channel ABS takes care of the braking over slippery or loose surface. Coming to the suspension, the bike is hung on USD front forks and a rear monoshock that is adjustable for preload and rebound. This setup is decent enough to provide a comfortable and confidence-inspiring ride across the ghat roads and doesn’t unsettle the rider over the bad patch of roads.

All in all, the Benelli TRK 502 is a looker of a bike that will guarantee to deliver a huge road presence. If you are looking for an ideal middle-weight adventure bike for your touring requirements, then Benelli TRK 502 is a perfect bet.

ModelBenelli TRK 502
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 4,79,900

In Conclusion

With this, our list of bikes up to 500cc comes to a conclusion. There are many bikes that are not present here as they are yet to launch in the country with updated BS6 engines. The BS4 era has a plethora of bikes in this segment which came down due to a pandemic that postponed the launch plans of various manufacturers.

If you are looking to purchase a new bike between 250 and 500cc, then you can choose one from these but before doing so, please have a complete understanding of that particular motorcycle before making the purchase. Take thorough test rides of bikes which comes in your budget and check the important things like comfort level, engine vibrations and suspension.

We hope that after reading this post you can choose the right bike for you according to your requirements and usage pattern. Which one will you choose and why? Do tell us in the comments section below.

Always wear a helmet while riding a motorcycle and follow all the traffic rules. This way we can make our roads safer for all. Stay tuned for more from the motorcycling world at Cars 24 Moto.

500cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Royal Enfield Classic 350346 ccAir-Cooled19.1 bhp @ 5,250 rpm28 Nm @ 4,000 rpm5-Speed
Jawa Standard293 ccLiquid-Cooled27 bhp27 Nm6-Speed
Royal Enfield Meteor 350349 ccOil-Cooled20.2 bhp @ 6,100 rpm27 Nm @ 4,000 rpm5-Speed
Jawa Forty-Two 2.1293 ccLiquid-Cooled27 bhp27 Nm6-Speed
Benelli Imperiale 400374 ccAir-Cooled20.7 bhp @ 6,000 rpm29 Nm @ 3,500 rpm5-Speed
Honda Hness CB350348.36 ccAir-Cooled20.78 bhp @ 5,500 rpm30 Nm @ 3,000 rpm5-Speed
Honda CB350 RS348.36 ccAir-Cooled20.78 bhp @ 5,500 rpm30 Nm @ 3,000 rpm5-Speed
Jawa Perak334 ccLiquid-Cooled30 bhp32.74 Nm6-Speed
Bajaj Dominar 400373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled39.42 bhp @ 8,800 rpm35 Nm @ 6,500 rpm6-Speed
Mahindra Mojo293 ccLiquid-Cooled25.37 bhp @7300 rpm25.96 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
Royal Enfield Himalayan411 ccAir-Cooled24.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm5-Speed
TVS Apache RR310312.2 ccLiquid-Cooled33 bhp @ 9,700 rpm27.3 Nm @ 7,700 rpm6-Speed
BMW G 310 R313 ccLiquid-Cooled33.5 bhp @ 9,250 rpm28 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed
KTM RC 390373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled42.3 bhp @ 9,000 rpm35 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
KTM 390 Duke373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
BMW G 310 GS313 ccLiquid-Cooled33.5 bhp @ 9,250 rpm28 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed
KTM 390 Adventure373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli Leoncino 500500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli TRK 502500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed

500cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Royal Enfield Classic 350Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock90/90 - 19" - 52P110/90 - 18" - 61P
Jawa StandardTelescopic ForksTwin-Shock90/90 18120/80 17
Royal Enfield Meteor 350Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock100/90 - 19 - 57P140/70 - 17 - 66P
Jawa Forty-Two 2.1Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock90/90 18120/80 17
Benelli Imperiale 400Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock100/90 - 19130/80 - 18
Honda Hness CB350Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock100/90-19M/C 57H130/70-18M/C 63H
Honda CB350 RSTelescopic ForksTwin-Shock100/90-19M/C 57H150/70-17M/C 69H
Jawa PerakTelescopic ForksMonoshock100/90-18140/70-17
Bajaj Dominar 400USD ForksMonoshock110/70-R17150/60-R17
Mahindra MojoTelescopic ForksMonoshock110/70 – R17140/70 – R17
Royal Enfield HimalayanTelescopic ForksMonoshock90/90 - 21"120/90 - 17"
TVS Apache RR310USD ForksMonoshock110/70-ZR17 M/C 54W150/60-ZR17 M/C 66W
BMW G 310 RUSD ForksMonoshock110/70 R 17150/60 R 17
KTM RC 390USD ForksMonoshock110/70 R17150/60 R17
KTM 390 DukeUSD ForksMonoshock110/70 x 17150/60 x 17
BMW G 310 GSUSD ForksMonoshock110/80 R 19150/70 R 17
KTM 390 AdventureUSD ForksMonoshock100/90 x 19130/80 x 17
Benelli Leoncino 500USD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17
Benelli TRK 502USD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17

500cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Royal Enfield Classic 350Disc - 280mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel195 kg
Jawa StandardDisc - 280mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel170 kg
Royal Enfield Meteor 350Disc - 300mmDisc - 270mmDual-Channel191 kg
Jawa Forty-Two 2.1Disc - 280mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel170 kg
Benelli Imperiale 400Disc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel205 kg
Honda Hness CB350Disc - 310mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel181 kg
Honda CB350 RSDisc - 310mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel179 kg
Jawa PerakDisc - 280mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel179 kg
Bajaj Dominar 400Disc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel185 kg
Mahindra MojoDisc - 320mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel186.2 kg
Royal Enfield HimalayanDisc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel199 kg
TVS Apache RR310Disc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel174 kg
BMW G 310 RDisc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel158.5 kg
KTM RC 390Disc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel165.3 kg
KTM 390 DukeDisc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel167 kg
BMW G 310 GSDisc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel169.5 kg
KTM 390 AdventureDisc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel172 kg
Benelli Leoncino 500Disc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel207 kg
Benelli TRK 502Disc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg

500cc and Below Bikes in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Royal Enfield Classic 35013.5 Ltr40 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,67,235
Jawa Standard14 Ltr34 kmpl130 kmph₹ 1,76,151
Royal Enfield Meteor 35015 Ltr40 kmpl120 kmph₹ 1,78,744
Jawa Forty-Two 2.114 Ltr34 kmpl130 kmph₹ 1,83,942
Benelli Imperiale 40012 Ltr30 kmpl130 kmph₹ 1,89,000
Honda Hness CB35015 Ltr35 kmpl115 kmph₹ 1,86,500
Honda CB350 RS15 Ltr35 kmpl115 kmph₹ 1,96,000
Jawa Perak14 Ltr33 kmpl135 kmph₹ 1,97,487
Bajaj Dominar 40013 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 1,99,755
Mahindra Mojo21 Ltr35 kmpl150 kmph₹ 1,99,900
Royal Enfield Himalayan15 Ltr30 kmpl133 kmph₹ 2,01,000
TVS Apache RR31011 Ltr30 kmpl160 kmph₹ 2,49,900
BMW G 310 R11 Ltr30 kmpl143 kmph₹ 2,50,000
KTM RC 3909.5 Ltr25 kmpl165 kmph₹ 2,60,723
KTM 390 Duke13.5 Ltr25 kmpl165 kmph₹ 2,70,544
BMW G 310 GS11 Ltr30 kmpl143 kmph₹ 2,90,000
KTM 390 Adventure14.5 Ltr28 kmpl160 kmph₹ 3,10,365
Benelli Leoncino 50020 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 4,59,000
Benelli TRK 50220 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 4,79,900

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