New Bikes Under Rs 1 Lakh in India 2020-21 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

The Indian motorcycle market is the busiest two-wheeler market in the world with new launched happening every now and then. But the recent introduction of BS6 emission norms and mandatory safety norms have completely changed the price spectrum of all the segment of bikes and scooters in India. The bikes which were available from as low as Rs 80,000 in India and now selling for Rs 1 lakh ex-showroom. Here is the prices list of new bikes under Rs 1 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

Bikes under Rs 1 Lakh price list in India

ModelPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Suzuki Burgman Street 125₹ 81,286
Honda Grazia Deluxe₹ 82,140
Aprilia Storm 125₹ 87,081
Aprilia SR 125₹ 92,625
Vespa Notte₹ 93,144
Vespa Urban Club₹ 93,144
Benling Aura₹ 93,200
Bajaj Pulsar 150₹ 94,125
Honda Unicorn₹ 95,738
Vespa LX 125₹ 96,723
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V₹ 1,02,070
Bajaj Avenger Street 160₹ 1,02,592

There are many scooters and bikes available under 1 lakh rupees and are highly popular thanks to their brand name and reliability factor. You get scooters in this price range too as scooters have already captured a significant pie of two-wheeler market in India. However, the scooters that you will find here are not just regular commuter scooters but are premium and luxurious machines catering to the elite audience in the country.

The scooters from Aprilia, Vespa, Honda and Suzuki are present in this list with an exclusive set of features and brand value that no other manufacturer offers in this price range. Burgman Street is a maxi-scooter, the Grazia is a luxury and sporty scooter. Aprilia, on the other hand, offers premium and powerful scooters and Vespa is the one brand that is here to provide classic and retro-premium Italian beauties for the customers.

We have only one electric scooter in this price range which is a letdown and most manufacturers do away with slow-moving electric scooters that are not ideal for city usage for the adult riders. Apart from these, we have listed some important bikes under this price range that are popular in their respective customer base and enjoys great sales figures per se.

The price range of a couple of bikes have gone beyond the limit but these bikes were available at Rs 1 lakh margin for some time now before the price hike in the new year.

Check out our list of new bikes between Rs 80,000 and Rs 1 lakh in India in 2020-21.

Suzuki Burgman Street 125

Let’s start this list with a maxi scooter. Yes, a maxi-scooter which is affordable and rides like breeze on the city roads. The Suzuki Burgman Street is a 125cc scooter which is priced at a premium to lure the elite customers to the Suzuki showrooms around the country. Not only the elite, but regular riders also get attracted to the large body dimensions of Burgman Street.

It offers huge road presence and thus ideal for college students or bachelor professionals who would need a good-looking machine for daily riding needs. What we feel is the Burgman Street is a perfect blend of visual appeal, performance, style and practicality. There is nothing you can’t do with a Burgman in your garage.

Suzuki Burgman Street is designed with short highway stints in mind. Yes, it is a serious machine that can be used for munching miles to nearby resorts and natural sceneries. You get large and spacious seats for both the rider and the pillion. The handlebar is placed in such a manner that creates a perfect rider triangle and provides utmost comfort that allows you to keep on riding for hours. To aid further in highway rides, the company has fitted a windshield visor to deflect the windblast and reduces helmet buffeting.

Powering the Suzuki Burgman Street is a 124cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected BS6 engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This motor pumps out a max power of 8.6 bhp at 6750 rpm and peak torque of 10 Nm comes up at 5500 rpm. The engine is coupled to a CVT transmission and is tuned to deliver quick acceleration and respectable top speed a little over 90 kmph. For starters, the Burgman does a 0 to 60 kmph in just 8.25 seconds which is second fastest in the 125cc segment only second to the Suzuki Access 125 which does the 0 to 60 kmph in 7.5 seconds flat.

Speaking about the fuel efficiency of the scooter, the Burgman Street has the capability of returning a mileage of about 50 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. A 5.5-litre fuel tank capacity will lead to a riding range of about 270 km which is sufficient for a two-way weekend getaway ride.

Being a maxi-scooter, the Burgman is required to feature a roust suspension system that provides comfort in the city as well as high-speed stability on the highways. You get a pair of telescopic forks at the front end connected to a large 12-inch alloy wheel. At the rear, there is a shock absorber connected to the swingarm and 10-inch alloy wheel. This setup is well-tuned to provide a comfortable ride over the bad roads and good stability against crosswinds on the highways. The wheels are tubeless and offer peace of mind.

Moving to the features, the Maxi scooter from the house of Japanese manufacturer is fully-loaded with equipment level not seen in any other scooter in the price range above it. You get a fully-digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity (available only in the top variant). There is a digital speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, mobile notifications as well as turn by turn GPS navigation for reaching new places. With the navigation, you will never miss that turn that leads you to your destination.

There is a glove box in the front that houses a USB charging socket for charging your smartphone on the go and is easy to access. You can also place small items like gloves and neck muffler in there. On the front side, you get a stylish LED headlight assembly that offers a wide throw at the night time illuminating the road with grace and aids in night rides. The tail light is also an LED unit for good visibility from the rear.

Suzuki Burgman Street 125 maxi-scooter is also equipped with Suzuki easy start system which is a set of electronic function that aids in starting the engine just by pressing the ignition button once. Apart from this, there is an integrated engine kill switch for added convenience to the rider.

In this, the braking department is handled by disc brake unit at the front with Bybre callipers offering good bite and confidence-inspiring feedback. The rear is taken care of by drum brakes as usual. A combined braking system accompanies the braking system and ensures the braking distance is minimum and the balance is never lost while braking under emergency situations.

The Burgman Street Maxi scooter from Suzuki is a good upgrade from your regular 100-110cc scooter for a premium feel and added capabilities and features.

ModelSuzuki Burgman Street 125
Engine124cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.6 bhp @ 6,750 rpm
Torque10 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight110 kg
Fuel Tank5.5 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 81,286

Honda Grazia Deluxe

Honda Grazia a scooter which is the most expensive and feature rich from the Honda’s India line-up. It is a curios case in the company’s product portfolio as the price difference between the standard variant of the Grazia and the Deluxe variant of the Grazia is a bit too wide. Hence, we have included the deluxe variant of the Honda Grazia in this list of bike sunder Rs 1 lakh.

Priced at Rs 82,140 ex-showroom, New Delhi, the deluxe variant of the Grazia is priced significantly more than the standard variant. The only additional thing you get on the deluxe variant is the presence of front disc brake to superior braking performance. It is just shy of Aprilia’s Storm and SR 125 scooter which is over-priced since the inception.

Grazia is equipped with full LED headlight assembly at the front with split LED DRLS on the handlebar. This setup makes the scooter to look sporty and aggressive from the front. The company recently launched the Sportz variant of the Grazia which comes with striking decals and new Red and Black colour options.

The overall design of the Grazia is inspired by the Honda Dio and you can easily say that Honda Grazia is grown-up Honda Dio. You also get an integrated engine kill switch with ignition button. Honda’s new silent start system is also present on the Grazia for enhanced fuel savings in the congested city traffic and leading to lower maintenance costs.

Honda Grazia Deluxe is powered by an air-cooled, 124cc, single-cylinder engine with fuel injected and 2-valve SOHC head. It develops 8.14 bhp at 6000 rpm and a peak torque of 10.3 Nm is produces at 5000 rpm. The engine is designed to be tractable at lower engine revs and is connected to a CVT transmission for sporty performance.

Since Grazia will be used by people for daily commuting, the company has made sure the scooter returns a respectable fuel efficiency. PGM-Fi fuel-injected engine of the Grazia delivers a mileage of around 43 km per litre in the city riding conditions. Out on the highways, the scooter will definitely return better mileage if ridden at economy mode with a constant throttle. There is a 5.3-litre fuel tank which will provide a riding range of about 225 km in a single tankful.

When you sit on the saddle, the Grazia welcomes you with a fully-digital instrument cluster that offers a range of information to the rider. You get a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, service due indicator, fuel gauge, real-time fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, distance to empty, side stand down indicator, eco mode and more. The only thing that is missing is Bluetooth connectivity and related connected features.

There is 12-inch alloy wheel at the front with a regular 10-inch alloy unit at the rear connected to front telescopic forks and rear shock absorber. The suspension is calibrated to deal with the Indian road conditions and offer a comfortable ride and handling even over bad roads.

It is the scooter which is targeted at mature customers and those who want a premium scooter for daily needs with Honda badge and reliability.

ModelHonda Grazia Deluxe
Engine124 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power8.14 bhp @ 6,000 rpm
Torque10.3 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDisc/Drum
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight108 kg
Fuel Tank5.3 Ltr
Mileage43 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 82,140

Aprilia Storm 125

Aprilia Storm 125 is the most affordable scooter form the Italian brand in India. It is priced at 87,081 ex-showroom, New Delhi and is not counted among the affordable scooters at all. The reason behind is that there are many scooters in the 125cc segment which are priced under Rs 80,000 mark and offers a long list of features and practicality for the price.

When compared to the Aprilia SR 125, the Storm 125 is a more practical solution for those who are looking for a sporty scooter in the premium scooters segment. What made Storm a better scooter with good ride quality is the softer suspension setup. Yes, unlike the SR, the Storm’s telescopic forks at the front and shock absorber at the rear are now softer which makes sure that you won’t break your back on the bad patches of roads.

The tyres are also now smaller and now comes with thicker 80 profile walls that provide better cushioning than the 70 profile wall on the 14-inch tyres available in the SR 125 scooter. Apart from this, the 12-inch tyres are wide at 120 mm cross-section at the front and 130 mm cross-section at the rear. These tyres are sourced from V-rubber and are knobby in design to keep up with the off-road surfaces which are evenly spread across the whole country.

At the heart of the Aprilia Storm 125 is an air-cooled, single-cylinder, 3-valve, 124.45cc, fuel-injected engine. This motor pumps out 9.87 bhp of max power at 7700 rpm and a peak torque of 9.7 Nm at 6000 rpm. There is a CVT transmission that sends power to the rear wheel but due to some reason, the acceleration of the Storm 125 is slowest. The Italian scooter hit 60 kmph in about 12 seconds making it about 4 seconds slower than the Suzuki Burgman Street.

Coming to the fuel efficiency, the Storm 125 is capable of returning about 50 km per litre in the city riding condition which is a great deal for the sporty scooter with ultra-wide tyres. A 6-litre fuel tank can provide a riding range of about 300 km in a single tankful which is good for daily commuters as they can have fewer fuel station visits.

The features on the Aprilia Storm 125 are also on the lower side when compared to the competition. You get a basic looking semi-digital instrument cluster. There is an analogue speedometer with large LCD screen for info like odometer, twin trip meters, fuel gauge and a digital clock. The company also hasn’t introduced any kind of Bluetooth connectivity features on the Storm 125 which is the need of the hours as rivals have introduced many advanced features for a lower asking price.

The Storm does not offer USB socket for charging the mobile phone while on the run. Also, there is no boot lamp on offer either. If we talk about practicality, the Storm is bad in this regard as the floorboard is cramped and you cannot place a small suitcase in there, no glove box is present which is offered by many rival scooters in this segment. There isn’t much space in the boot after all that would require a boot lamp to look into.

Coming to the brakes, the Strom is fitted with disc brake at the front and a drum does the job at the rear. The bite on the brake is just fine and brings the scooter to a halt without any drama. Being a 125cc scooter, it comes equipped with a combined braking system that applies the front brake when the rear brake is applied. This reduces the braking distance and improves braking feel.

Aprilia Storm will be the sole 125cc scooter to remain in the Indian market after the company has taken plug from the Aprilia SR 125 scooter which is currently on sale in the Indian market.

ModelAprilia Storm 125
Engine124.45cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power9.78 bhp @ 7,700 rpm
Torque9.7 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre12 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight115 kg
Fuel Tank6 Ltr
Mileage40 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 87,081

Aprilia SR 125

After the Storm, we have Aprilia SR 125. It is a scooter which has only one purpose, performance and handling. Yes, the SR 125 comes fitted with most stiff suspension setup in the whole scooter market. The wheels are also largest in the segment at 14 inches whereas most scooters only offer 12-inch wheels and that too at the front end only. Aprilia SR 125 is the fine choice for anyone looking forward to a real sports scooter in India.

The prime mover of the Aprilia SR 125 is a 124.45cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine with 3-valve SOHC head. This little powerplant can put out a max power of 9.8 bhp at 7700 rpm and a peak torque output of 9.7 Nm arriving at 6000 rpm. Although these numbers might not look high enough, the real thing is hidden in the CVT gearbox, this automatic gearbox is designed for quick acceleration and a higher top speed of around 95 to 100 kmph. The SR 125 does a 0-60 kmph in just 9 seconds.

Moving on to the fuel efficiency, the scooter can return up to 45 kmpl in the city riding conditions while the highway mileage can be a little better than this number. It gets a 6-litre fuel tank leading to a riding range of over 250 km without any effort.

The bad part of the SR 125 is the availability on an old-school all-analogue instrument cluster with only the most basic features such as speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. There is no digital screen present with no speck of Bluetooth connectivity which is now becoming a new norm in the segment.

Coming to the practicality bits of the scooter, there is nothing to talk about as this scooter is not made for the practicality of bringing groceries to home. The floorboard is very small and you can hardly place your feet comfortably without any luggage. You can hang a small groceries bag on the hook which is accidentally provided by the company.

Speaking about the suspension, there is a telescopic fork up front and a single shocker at the rear. This setup is tuned towards a stiffer side and offers hard ride, very hard ride. It is ideally made to be ridden on the race track but alas, our roads are more like off-road terrains and thus this stiff suspension setup is not at all good for your spine.

As moving is important, stopping is also equally important and for that, the company has provided a front disc brake unit and rear drum brake for stopping this 115 kg scooter. For safer braking, there is a combined braking system aiding in stopping the scooter on time.

ModelAprilia SR 125
Engine124.45cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power9.78 bhp @ 7,700 rpm
Torque9.7 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre14 inch
Rear Tyre14 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight115 kg
Fuel Tank6 Ltr
Mileage40 kmpl
Top Speed95 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 92,625

Vespa Notte

Vespa Notte is a premium scooter from the Italian brand Piaggio and is the most affordable Vespa scooter in India. It is targeted at the elite customers who are looking for a premium personal mobility solution apart from the mainstream manufacturers in the country. Vespa continues to keep its retro design from the 60s special with premium colour options and engaging personality.

The whole scooter is manufactured on a monocoque steel chassis which provides it a robust look. Apart from this, the quality of the parts is not-notch and is soft to touch plus the ride quality that this scooter delivers makes you stand apart from the crowd.

Powering the Vespa Notte is a 124.45cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 3-valve SOHC head. This fuel-injected motor pumps out 9.78 bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and 9.60 Nm of peak twisting force at 5500 rpm. For transferring power to the rear wheel, a CVT transmission is connected to the engine and delivers good performance in the city riding conditions.

Expect a mileage of 47 km from a single litre of petrol in the city while around 50 kmpl can be extracted on the highways. There is a large 7.4-litre fuel tank capacity which can provide a riding range of more than 330 km in a single tankful.

Speaking about the suspension, the Vespa Notte comes with aircraft derived single-sided arm with anti-dive characteristics and at the rear, you get dual-effect shock absorber with hydraulic damper. This setup is tuned to offer a comfortable ride over city roads. Braking duties are provided by drum brakes on both ends without any option for front disc brake. A combined braking system keeps braking distance short and avoids losing balance while braking.

Moving to the features department, there is nothing much you can find here you get an analogue instrument cluster with speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. However, there is an LCD screen that displays a clock for keeping tabs on the time. At this price tag, it was expected from the company to offer at least a semi-digital meter console that is seen on the Vespa VXL 125.

Vespa Notte is available only in Matte Black colour scheme.

ModelVespa Notte
Engine124.45cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionSingle Sided
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre11 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight114 kg
Fuel Tank7.4 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 93,144

Vespa Urban Club

Vespa Urban Club is a premium scooter from the Italian brand Piaggio and is the most affordable Vespa scooter in India. It is targeted at the elite customers who are looking for a premium personal mobility solution apart from the mainstream manufacturers in the country. Vespa continues to keep its retro design from the 60s special with premium colour options and engaging personality.

The whole scooter is built on a monocoque steel chassis which provides it with a robust look. Apart from this, the quality of the parts is not-notch and is soft to touch plus the ride quality that this scooter delivers makes you stand apart from the crowd.

At the heart of the Vespa Urban Club there is a 124.45cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 3-valve SOHC head. This fuel-injected motor pumps out 9.78 bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and 9.60 Nm of peak twisting force at 5500 rpm. For transferring power to the rear wheel, a CVT transmission is connected to the engine and delivers good performance in the city riding conditions.

Expect a mileage of 47 km from a single litre of petrol in the city while around 50 kmpl can be extracted on the highways. There is a large 7.4-litre fuel tank capacity which can provide a riding range of more than 330 km in a single tankful.

Speaking about the suspension, the Vespa Urban Club comes with aircraft derived single-sided arm with anti-dive characteristics and at the rear, you get dual-effect shock absorber with hydraulic damper. This setup is tuned to offer a comfortable ride over city roads. Braking duties are provided by drum brakes on both ends without any option for front disc brake. A combined braking system keeps braking distance short and avoids losing balance while braking.

Moving to the features department, there is nothing much you can find here you get an analogue instrument cluster with speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. However, there is an LCD screen that displays a clock for keeping tabs on the time. At this price tag, it was expected from the company to offer at least a semi-digital meter console that is seen on the Vespa VXL 125.

Vespa Urban Club is available in four colour options - Glossy Red, Glossy Yellow, Maze Grey and Azurro Provenza colour options.

ModelVespa Urban Club
Engine124.45cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionSingle Sided
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre11 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight114 kg
Fuel Tank7.4 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 93,144

Benling Aura

Aura is the only electric scooter in this amazing list in from the house of Benling India. The Benling Aura is a high-speed electric scooter made for the young as well as adult customers looking for a powerful electric bike for daily riding needs and that too with a long-range. Yes, the Aura is a premium electric scooter and is priced under Rs 1 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi.

As the Aura is a high-speed electric bike, it attracts road tax similar to that of petrol bikes and scooters with insurance being mandatory for every two-wheeler in India. The on-road price on the Aura is greater than 1 lakh and it is still a good choice for riding in the city limits.

The Benling Aura gets a classic scooter design and reminds us of the premium Vespa range of scooters in India. You get a classic round headlight with halogen bulb which could have been an LED unit for more premium feel.

This electric scooter is propelled by a BLDC motor that is mounted on the hub of rear wheel. It generates a maximum power of 2500 Watts which translates into 3.35 bhp of power. It is enough to accelerate the scooter to a top speed in the range of 60-65 kmph which is ideal for day to day city riding.

The thing that powers the motor is a large-capacity lithium-ion battery pack with 72-Volt and 40 Ah configurations. If we calculate the charge capacity of this battery, it comes out to be 2.88 kWh which is highest in any scooter found under Rs 1 lakh mark. This combination of motor and battery gives a range of 140 km in a single charge in the eco mode.

Despite large capacity, the 2.88 kWh battery pack can be fully charged in just 3.5 hours with the 10-Ampere charger that is supplied with the Aura. Moreover, the battery pack can be removed from under the seat just by removing a plug and can be taken to your home or office to charge. The battery pack weighs around 20 kg and is a bit on the heavier side.

You can expect a real-world range in the power mode can be anywhere between 60-70 km which is usable for most city riders. There are four riding modes that can be toggled from a button on the right switchgear. The instrument cluster is a fully digital unit with numbers of different colours. The battery level and ride modes are displayed in red colour while the speedometer is displayed in green colour.

The parking mode keeps the scooter from moving forward accidentally and you have to press the parking button to ride the scooter. Also, if the side stand is down, the Aura goes into parking mode and do not move forward until the side stand is lifted up. These safety features are important for an electric scooter with immense initial acceleration. If you stop at a signal, the system puts the scooter into parking mode for keeping the rider safe.

The eco mode takes the scooter to a top speed of 30 kmph and in this mode, you can extract a range of about 140 km. The second, third and fourth modes have top speeds of 43 kmph, 55 kmph and 65 kmph. If you are riding with a pillion, the top speed in the fourth ride mode is reduced to about 60 kmph which is not bad at all.

In the Benling Aura, you get a front storage space for documents and there is a USB port for charging your smartphone on the go. There is very less storage under the seat as Battery takes up all the space. However, you can place small items like documents, small folders, chocolates etc.

Speaking about the suspension, you get front telescopic forks and twin-shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers at the rear. This system offers a well-balanced ride quality and takes up the bumps with grace. The wheels are large at 12-inch in diameter at both front and the rear keeping the scooter stable on the bad section of roads. You get fine quality tubeless tyres for a puncture-free riding experience.

Coming to the braking, you get disc brake unit at the front and regular drum brake at the rear. This setup is more than sufficient for the scooter and brings the 95 kg Aura to a stable stop. To keep the price further affordable, the company can launch a new variant with front drum brake which can help in increasing the sales as some people are scared of sharp braking from front disc brakes.

All in all, the Benling Aura is a great scooter at an affordable price tag and equipped with most of the practical and functional features that one would expect from a scooter from this price range. The running cost with Aura is reduced to a few paise per km and the battery could be charged in around 15 to 20 rupees depending upon the electricity price in your area.

ModelBenling Aura
EngineBLDC Motor
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power2.5 kW
TorqueN/A
GearboxSingle-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre12 inch
Rear Tyre12 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight95 kg
Fuel TankN/A
MileageRange - 120 km
Top Speed60 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 93,200

Bajaj Pulsar 150

Moving on to the next bike in the list, we have Bajaj Pulsar 150. It is India’s most beloved motorcycle for its design and thrilling riding experience since the beginning. In the early childhood days, every second boy fell in love with the Pulsar family of bikes and thought to own one when they would grow up. Thus, the sales of Pulsar 150 never went down but maintained its strong sales even after two decades of its introduction in the Indian market.

The Pulsar 150 had already received countless upgrades and the BS6 upgrade added the electronic fuel injection system to reduce the emission of harmful gases. It is a versatile motorcycle as it can be used for city riding, highway riding, daily commuting as well as riding with a pillion on board.

The styling of the Pulsar is its strongest selling point. There is a muscular fuel tank with tank extension shrouds that makes the bike sharper than before. Also, the headlight cowl is large enough for added character. The headlight is halogen units with wolf inspired DRLs for aggression.

The bike offers a flat single-piece seat in one variant while a split seat is available on a higher variant. There is ample of space for the rider and pillion for comfortably ride in the city or short highway stints. The riding posture on the Pulsar 150 is pretty upright with a slight lean which makes it sporty yet comfortable for long hours on the saddle.

Powering the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is a single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected, 149.5cc engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This motor kicks out 13.79 bhp of max power at 8000 rpm and a peak torque of 13.4 Nm arriving at 6000 rpm. The engine is paired to a 5-speed gearbox which has well-spaced gearing for excellent city and highway riding. You might have noticed that the engine power has been reduced to ensure BS6 compliance. However, the performance and rideability of the bike is not affected significantly.

Coming to the fuel efficiency department, the bike is able to return its owners a great mileage of nearly 50 km from a single litre of petrol. This is made possible due to the presence of the twin-spark engine which uses two spark plugs to efficiency burn the air-fuel mixture in the combustion chamber. This mileage is possible with a controlled throttle operation and is only possible for mature riders as young rider usually rip apart the throttle to move the bike forward. A 15-litre fuel tank can easily provide a riding range of more than 700 km in a single tankful.

One bad aspect of the Pulsar is that it is a heavy motorcycle for new and young riders. At 144 kg, the Pulsar is around 5-6 kg heavy when compared to its immediate rivals. However, rider with good built can easily ride the bike even if he/she is a beginner as the seat height of the bike is just 785 mm making it accessible to a wide range of audience.

On the dashboard, you will be greeted by a semi-digital instrument panel which is seen on the Pulsar series of bike from more than a decade now. A large tachometer is present on the left with large blue backlit LCD screen present on the right side. The LCD offers speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, engine check light, filter choke indicator, oil change indicator and other tell-tale lights for usual information.

The suspension system is among the best in the segment as the front telescopic forks and twin gas-charged shock absorbers are well-calibrated by keeping Indian road conditions in mind. There is enough level of comfort at city speeds and a good amount of high-sped stability on the highways.

For bringing the bike to a halt, there is a 240 mm disc brake at the front and drum brake at the rear. This setup offers adequate stopping power with good bite and feedback. As the Government have made it compulsory for bikes and scooters above 125cc to sport ABS system, the Pulsar 150 is equipped with single-channel ABS for safe braking in harsh and challenging conditions.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 is a versatile motorcycle which is a perfect machine for daily commuting and occasional highway rides to weekend getaways.

ModelBajaj Pulsar 150
Engine149.5 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power13.79 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque13.4 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre80/100 17
Rear Tyre100/90 17
Front BrakeDisc - 240mm
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight144 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 94,125

Honda Unicorn

Honda CB Unicorn 160 is a motorcycle that has been targeted at the mature audience since the beginning of its sales in 2005. It was launched to tackle the Pulsar 150 in the Indian market but with a slight twist. The ride experience of the Honda Unicorn is on the plush side and take on any kind of road and terrain with its well-calibrated suspension setup.

The bike is sold on the basis on Honda’s incredible reliability, low maintenance and bulletproof build quality. Also, the Unicorn is a practical and comfortable bike that also return good fuel efficiency. The main takers of the Honda Unicorn are the family-oriented and mature audience for daily commuting requirements on steroids. It is a bike that can be used anyone who needs to ride on the highways frequently as it offers better performance and greater power delivery on the open roads.

As much as 20,000 units of the Honda Unicorn is sold on a monthly basis. The bike carries sober design language that continues to run since last one and a half-decade. The bike gets a large bulbous fuel tank that enhances the muscular stance. The seat is a single-piece unit with a slight step for the pillion with ample space for both the rider and the pillion.

At the core of the BS6 Honda Unicorn is by a fuel-injected, 162.71cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a basic 2-valve SOHC head. This mill now churns out 12.73 bhp at 7500 rpm and peak twisting force of 14 Nm at 5500 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox which offers a smooth ride on every occasion be it city and or the highways. You will get linear power delivery from this Honda engine and the fuel efficiency is also on the greater side.

Honda Unicorn 160 delivers fuel efficiency of nearly 50 km per litre and will ensure a long riding range for the bike. There is a large 13-litre fuel tank which will provide riding range of around 680 km if you consider the ARAI fuel economy of 53 km per litre. In the real world, the average range that you can expect is easily over 600 km. For frequent highway commuters, the Unicorn becomes a great machine.

On the dashboard, there is full analogue instrumentation which is laid out in three-pod structure. There is a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meter and fuel gauge apart from regular tell-tale lights. We had expected a semi-digital instrument cluster in the BS6 upgrade as it is the most comprehensive upgrade for most bikes and scooters in the Indian market. There is no mobile charging port available on the bike which could have been a good touch.

The suspension setup on the Unicorn is a pair of telescopic forks at the front and a linked type monoshock suspension. It is calibrated to provide a comfortable ride experience over the bad patches of road. Apart from the bad roads, the high-speed stability is also on a greater side and the bike does not easily unsettle due to crosswinds.

Honda CB Unicorn 160 is a great choice for those people who only want solid build quality, high reliability and refinement. It is the only bike to offer these advantages and apart from this, you get nothing. A plain simple commuter bike with a powerful engine and great performance for power commuting.

ModelHonda Unicorn
Engine162.71 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power12.73 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque14 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre80/100-18 M/C 47P
Rear Tyre100/90-18 M/C 56P
Front BrakeDisc - 276mm
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight140 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage53 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 95,738

Vespa LX 125

Vespa LX 125 is a premium scooter from the Italian brand Piaggio. It is targeted at the elite customers who are looking for a premium personal mobility solution apart from the mainstream manufacturers in the country. Vespa continues to keep its retro design from the 60s special with premium colour options and engaging personality.

The whole scooter is built on a monocoque steel chassis which provides it with a robust look. Apart from this, the quality of the parts is not-notch and is soft to touch plus the ride quality that this scooter delivers makes you stand apart from the crowd.

At the core of the Vespa LX 125 there is a 124.45cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine with a 3-valve SOHC head. This fuel-injected motor pumps out 9.78 bhp of max power at 7500 rpm and 9.60 Nm of peak twisting force at 5500 rpm. For transferring power to the rear wheel, a CVT transmission is connected to the engine and delivers good performance in the city riding conditions.

Expect a mileage of 47 km from a single litre of petrol in the city while around 50 kmpl can be extracted on the highways. There is a large 7.4-litre fuel tank capacity which can provide a riding range of more than 330 km in a single tankful.

Speaking about the suspension, the Vespa LX 125 comes with aircraft derived single-sided arm with anti-dive characteristics and at the rear, you get dual-effect shock absorber with hydraulic damper. This setup is tuned to offer a comfortable ride over city roads. Braking duties are provided by drum brakes on both ends without any option for front disc brake. A combined braking system keeps braking distance short and avoids losing balance while braking.

Moving to the features department, there is nothing much you can find here you get an analogue instrument cluster with speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge. However, there is an LCD screen that displays a clock for keeping tabs on the time. At this price tag, it was expected from the company to offer at least a semi-digital meter console that is seen on the Vespa VXL 125.

Vespa LX 125 is available in six shades – Red, Yellow, Pink, Sky Blue, White and Black.

ModelVespa LX 125
Engine124.45cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm
Torque9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
GearboxV-Matic
Front SuspensionSingle Sided
Rear SuspensionShock Absorber
Front Tyre11 inch
Rear Tyre10 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSCBS
Weight114 kg
Fuel Tank7.4 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed90 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 96,723

TVS Apache RTR 160 2V

TVS Motor Company is known to keep the products for a long time, Unlike Bajaj or sometimes Honda, who quickly discontinues products due to low sales, TVS loves to keep them in a bid to cater to the select buyers of a particular bike or scooter. Here, we have the Apache RTR 160 2V motorcycle which is kept for a long time. It was speculated that TVS will finally discontinue the old generation Apache bikes to free the production capacity and/or offer a new variant of the Apache 160 4V.

There was a surprise when the Chennai based company, in 2019, added single-channel ABS in both 160 and 180cc Apache from the old generation. In contrast to many manufacturers discontinuing their bikes so that they save from the conquest of adding ABS to their old bikes.

The old generation Apache RTR 160 was launched way back in 2012 to update the Apache series of bikes and to stay competitive in the market which was overwhelmed by the Bajaj and KTM back then. There were many riders who did not like the design of the bikes and thus the company kept on selling both old and the new Apache bikes simultaneously.

In the BS6 avatar, TVS Apache RTR 160 2V is propelled by an updated air-cooled, 159.7cc, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine which is fitted with a 2-valve SOHC head for breathing. This mill churns out 15.1 bhp of max power at 8400 rpm and a peak torque of 13.9 Nm comes up at 7000 rpm. The engine is a short-stroke unit which revs hard up to 11,000 rpm and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox with shorter gears for insane acceleration. The top speed of the RTR 160 2V is in the region of 110 to 114 kmph.

Since TVS sells the Apache series of bikes as a track machine, the bikes are equipped with double cradle synchro-stiff chassis which is highly rigid and offers a quick change in the direction. The bike is light, nimble and agile and helps in maintaining stability around the corners. This time around, the bike comes fitted with grippy TVS tyres which provide sufficient grip for daily rides and occasional fun rides.

The gearing is designed to ensure greater torque in the mid-range which is required for getting off the corners and achieved higher speeds within no time. Speaking about the suspension, there is a pair of telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers. This setup is tuned for a comfortable ride in the city and also offers straight-line stability on the highways.

The Apache 160 2V comes equipped with a semi-digital instrumental panel with an analogue tachometer on the right side for racing sensation. A Blue lit LCD screen delivers information about the speed, fuel level, odometer, trip meters, lap timer, top speed recorder and 0-60 kmph time recorder. The dashboard sports faux carbon fibre cues that look smart and premium.

Moving on to the braking department, you get roto petal discs on both ends which are good at heat dissipation. They are gripped by with Bybre callipers and provides surefooted braking performance. Apart from this, you get a single-channel ABS for safer braking when riding on wet surface or surface with a loose grip.

If you are looking for a spots naked motorcycle under a tight budget, then TVS Apache RTR 160 2V is the bike you can consider. It is also the most powerful bike in this whole list of bikes under 1 lakh rupees.

ModelTVS Apache RTR 160 2V
Engine159.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power15.1 bhp @ 8,400 rpm
Torque13.9 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre90/90-17 49P
Rear Tyre110/80-17 57P
Front BrakeDisc - 270mm
Rear BrakeDrum/Disc
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight139 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,02,070

Bajaj Avenger Street 160

Finally, we have Bajaj Avenger Street 160. It the most affordable cruiser bike in the whole country. No other manufacturer offers a cruiser bike in this price range and thus Bajaj Avenger 160 has a clear monopoly in the segment. The Avenger 160 is one of the oldest bikes in Bajaj’s portfolio as of now after the Pulsar series of bikes.

The Avenger 160 was developed in a bid to discontinue both 150cc and 180cc Avenger bikes in the cruiser segment. When compared to the Avenger 150, the 160cc bikes offer more power and better performance on the city and the highway rides. Apart from this, the cruiser bike delivers better fuel efficiency when compared to the 180cc cruiser which it replaced.

The other bike in this series is the Avenger 220 Cruise which is the elder sibling of the Avenger 160 and is a proper highway cruiser with greater performance.

Bajaj Avenger 160 is powered by a single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 160cc, air-cooled engine with a 2-valve SOHC head. This engine churns out a max power of 14.79 bhp at 8500 rpm and 13.7 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox handles the reduction work of the engine and the gear ratios are well-spaced for better highway rides. On the highways, the Avenger 160 can be used to cruise at 80-85 kmph and the top speed is near about 110 kmph which is on par with the competition.

Coming to the mileage front, the Avenger 160 can deliver a real-world fuel economy in the range of 40-45 km per litre. The mileage can be greater than this number only with the riding behaviour is on the saner side. It gets a 13-litre fuel tank capacity which promises a riding range of more than 500 km which means a fewer fuel-stops on a long-distance touring.

On the dashboard, you are welcomed by a single pod instrument cluster which is a semi-digital unit. You get an analogue speedometer along with a small LCD screen delivering info on the fuel level, odometer and trip meters. Apart from this, there is a range of tell-tale lights that provides usual information to the rider.

The Avenger 160 is built around a double-cradle frame which is known to offer great straight-line stability. A pair of telescopic forks are fitted at the front and twin shock absorbers take care of the rear. This setup is well balanced which is neither too soft nor too hard providing a comfortable ride. The seat height of the bike is 730 mm which is good for short riders as well. Ground Clearance of the other hand is 177 mm which is enough to tackle the bad roads as well even with a long 1480 mm wheelbase.

The bike is stopped by a disc brake at the front with single-channel ABS and at the rear, you have to settle with drum brake unit. The company offer no other variant of the bike with a rear disc brake unit. In our opinion, there should have been a rear disc brake variant of the bike as Avenger 160 is made to be used on the highways more often.

Bajaj Avenger 160 is the best motorcycle for you if you are an avid tourer but short of budget. The bike ticks all the right boxes of practicality, comfort, fuel efficiency as well as reliability and makes for a great entry-level tourer. There are countless aftermarket touring accessories that can be fitted on the Avenger 160 for a fulfilling touring experience.

ModelBajaj Avenger Street 160
Engine160 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power14.79 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque13.7 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin Shock
Front Tyre90/90-17 49P
Rear Tyre130/90-15 66P
Front BrakeDisc - 280 mm
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight156 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Price (Ex-showroom Delhi)₹ 1,02,592

In Conclusion

This was our comprehensive list of bikes under 1 lakh in India that you can purchase in the year 2021. These bikes are just those machines that are available in the market as of now.

Many more bikes and scooters are in the pipeline from different manufacturers as this price bracket is left as a void when compared to the rest of the segments and price bands in the Indian two-wheeler market.

If you are finalising on a bike or scooter, always remember to take a test ride of the same for understanding the characteristics of the machine. Also, you get a fair idea about what could be that one bike which satisfies all your riding requirements.

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.

Bikes Under Rs 1 Lakh in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Suzuki Burgman Street 125124ccAir-Cooled8.6 bhp @ 6,750 rpm10 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Honda Grazia Deluxe124 ccAir-Cooled8.14 bhp @ 6,000 rpm10.3 Nm @ 5,000 rpmV-Matic
Aprilia Storm 125124.45ccAir-Cooled9.78 bhp @ 7,700 rpm9.7 Nm @ 6,000 rpmV-Matic
Aprilia SR 125124.45ccAir-Cooled9.78 bhp @ 7,700 rpm9.7 Nm @ 6,000 rpmV-Matic
Vespa Notte124.45ccAir-Cooled9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Vespa Urban Club124.45ccAir-Cooled9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
Benling AuraBLDC MotorAir-Cooled2.5 kWN/ASingle-Speed
Bajaj Pulsar 150149.5 ccAir-Cooled13.79 bhp @ 8,000 rpm13.4 Nm @ 6,000 rpm5-Speed
Honda Unicorn162.71 ccAir-Cooled12.73 bhp @ 7,500 rpm14 Nm @ 5,500 rpm5-Speed
Vespa LX 125124.45ccAir-Cooled9.78 bhp @ 7,500 rpm9.60 Nm @ 5,500 rpmV-Matic
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V159.7 ccAir-Cooled15.1 bhp @ 8,400 rpm13.9 Nm @ 7,000 rpm5-Speed
Bajaj Avenger Street 160160 ccAir-Cooled14.79 bhp @ 8,500 rpm13.7 Nm @ 7,000 rpm5-Speed

Bikes Under Rs 1 Lakh in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Suzuki Burgman Street 125Telescopic ForksShock Absorber12 inch10 inch
Honda Grazia DeluxeTelescopic ForksShock Absorber12 inch10 inch
Aprilia Storm 125Telescopic ForksShock Absorber12 inch12 inch
Aprilia SR 125Telescopic ForksShock Absorber14 inch14 inch
Vespa NotteSingle SidedShock Absorber11 inch10 inch
Vespa Urban ClubSingle SidedShock Absorber11 inch10 inch
Benling AuraTelescopic ForksShock Absorber12 inch12 inch
Bajaj Pulsar 150Telescopic ForksTwin Shock80/100 17100/90 17
Honda UnicornTelescopic ForksMonoshock80/100-18 M/C 47P100/90-18 M/C 56P
Vespa LX 125Single SidedShock Absorber11 inch10 inch
TVS Apache RTR 160 2VTelescopic ForksTwin Shock90/90-17 49P110/80-17 57P
Bajaj Avenger Street 160Telescopic ForksTwin Shock90/90-17 49P130/90-15 66P

Bikes Under Rs 1 Lakh in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Suzuki Burgman Street 125DiscDrumCBS110 kg
Honda Grazia DeluxeDisc/DrumDrumCBS108 kg
Aprilia Storm 125DiscDrumCBS115 kg
Aprilia SR 125DiscDrumCBS115 kg
Vespa NotteDiscDrumCBS114 kg
Vespa Urban ClubDiscDrumCBS114 kg
Benling AuraDiscDrumCBS95 kg
Bajaj Pulsar 150Disc - 240mmDrumSingle-Channel144 kg
Honda UnicornDisc - 276mmDrumSingle-Channel140 kg
Vespa LX 125DiscDrumCBS114 kg
TVS Apache RTR 160 2VDisc - 270mmDrum/DiscSingle-Channel139 kg
Bajaj Avenger Street 160Disc - 280 mmDrumSingle-Channel156 kg

Bikes Under Rs 1 Lakh in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedPrice (Ex-showroom Delhi)
Suzuki Burgman Street 1255.5 Ltr50 kmpl90 kmph₹ 81,286
Honda Grazia Deluxe5.3 Ltr43 kmpl90 kmph₹ 82,140
Aprilia Storm 1256 Ltr40 kmpl90 kmph₹ 87,081
Aprilia SR 1256 Ltr40 kmpl95 kmph₹ 92,625
Vespa Notte7.4 Ltr45 kmpl90 kmph₹ 93,144
Vespa Urban Club7.4 Ltr45 kmpl90 kmph₹ 93,144
Benling AuraN/ARange - 120 km60 kmph₹ 93,200
Bajaj Pulsar 15015 Ltr50 kmpl110 kmph₹ 94,125
Honda Unicorn13 Ltr53 kmpl110 kmph₹ 95,738
Vespa LX 1257.4 Ltr45 kmpl90 kmph₹ 96,723
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V12 Ltr45 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,02,070
Bajaj Avenger Street 16013 Ltr45 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,02,592

Bikes Under Rs 1 lakh in India FAQs

Q: Which is the most affordable bike under 1 lakh?

A: Suzuki Burgman Street 125 is the most affordable scooter in this segment and it carries a price tag of Rs 81,286 ex-showroom, New Delhi for the base model with regular instrument cluster without Bluetooth connectivity.  Q: Which are the popular bikes under 1 lakh?

A: There are many bikes and scooters available under Rs 1 lakh in India and the most popular among them are – Bajaj Pulsar 150, Honda Unicorn 160, Honda Grazia Deluxe variant, Suzuki Burgman Street, Bajaj Avenger Street 160, Benling Aura, Aprilia SR 125 and Vespa range of premium scooters.  Q: Are there any upcoming bikes under 1 lakh?

A: At present, there are not many upcoming bikes in India under Rs 1 lakh. The Hero Xtreme 200R, if launched, will be priced significantly above Rs 1 lakh mark. However, if Honda launches the Forza 125cc touring scooter, it might be priced in this range.  Q: What are the best scooters under 1 Lakh?

A: The best scooters under Rs 1 lakh are Suzuki Burgman Street 125, Honda Grazia 125 Deluxe variant, Aprilia Storm 125, Aprilia SR 125, Vespa Urban Club and Vespa LX 125.  Q: What are the best mileage bikes under 1 Lakh?

A: The best mileage bikes under 1 lakh are Bajaj Pulsar 150 and Honda Unicorn 160. The Pulsar returns a mileage of around 50 km per litre while the Unicorn offers somewhere around 48 kmpl of mileage.  Q: Which brands offer bikes under 1 Lakh in India?

A: Brands which offer bikes and scooters under 1 lakh in India are Bajaj, TVS, Suzuki, Honda, Aprilia, Vespa and Benling India.  Q: What are some of the most stylish bikes under 1 lakh in India?

A: The most stylish bikes under 1 lakh in India are Bajaj Pulsar 150, Honda Unicorn 160, Aprilia Storm 125, Vespa Urban Club, Honda Grazia and Suzuki Burgman Street.  Q: Which is the most powerful bike in this price range?

A: The most powerful bikes in this price range are TVS Apache RTR 160 2V and Bajaj Avenger 160 Street.  Q: Which bike returns the best mileage?

A: Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the bike which delivers best mileage of 50 km per litre.

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