Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India 2021-22 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

Akash Vashisth
Akash Vashisth
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The Indian motorcycle segment which is growing at a fast rate is none other than the one that is full of 150-160cc range of sporty and commuter bikes. After the price correction with the advent of BS6 emission norms and multiple price hikes this year, all the 150 to 160cc sporty commuter bikes are now populated between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1.2 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. Here we have expressed our views about top bikes under 1.2 lakh in India 2021-22 which are readily on sale through your nearest showroom.

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Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh price list in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Yamaha FZ S FI₹ 1,04,700
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V₹ 1,06,365
Bajaj Avenger Street 160₹ 1,08,205
Hero Xtreme 160R₹ 1,09,240
Honda X-Blade₹ 1,10,839
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V₹ 1,11,565
TVS Apache RTR 180₹ 1,13,065
Bajaj Pulsar 180₹ 1,14,234
Bajaj Pulsar 180F₹ 1,14,515
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160₹ 1,15,091
Yamaha FZ X₹ 1,16,800
Hero Xpulse 200T₹ 1,18,300
Suzuki Gixxer₹ 1,20,200

The millennials are the people who were born in the last decade of the twentieth century and right now they are the people who want to get a new bike by replacing their old 100-110cc bikes. For the first upgrade, the range of 150-160cc bikes are the best as they are good for daily commuting as well as offer better performance in the city when compared to 110 or 125cc bikes.

The 150 or 160cc motorcycles are one special category which can offer mileage when you need it and also deliver satisfying performance, when you need that too. For weekend getaways, or even long highway rides, the 160cc bikes are often used by the young riders. Most Indian riders are more attracted towards a bike which offer excellent mileage and has an excellent road presence.

In this list, we have thirteen motorcycle whose price lies between Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1.2 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. You get to see a range of bikes with different engine capacity and power output leading to different performance levels. Further, you get comfortable riding posture that is great for every day riding in the city roads. The ex-showroom price of the bikes do not include registration fees and insurance and the buyer has to pay it over the ex-showroom price of the bike.

Yamaha FZ S FI

Yamaha FZ S FI is among those highest selling 150cc bikes which are bent towards sports commuting without offering world-class performance from its engine. Yes, the FZ brand which was synonymous with power and performance is now reduced to an aesthetically sporty motorcycle with the performance of a commuter bike. The bike is not that bad as it offers good punch for daily city riding and the people who choose to go with this machine are the one who are more interest in the comfort and the fuel efficiency.

The FZ S FI offers best-in-class comfort level because of nearly perfect riding posture which awards the rider. It gets well-padded seats and raised handlebar that don’t allow the rider to lean forward yet still makes the ride sporty and comfortable. Yamaha has done a great job with the ergonomics that it is really easy to take to bike on longer rides even with a pillion on board. The pillion seat on the FZ S FI also provide good level of comfort and is spacious enough for occasional adjustments.

Speaking about the price, the FZ S FI is available at a price of Rs 1,04,700 ex-showroom New Delhi. Not only this, but also, the company is offering a couple of extra variants for people to have more than one option and none go back without taking a bike with them. The FZ FI is the priced lower than the FZ S and lacks some important aesthetic elements that you can see on the FZ S such as chrome elements and a short and sporty visor.

After this, the company is also offering a vintage version of the bike with classic beige seats and Bluetooth connectivity solution. For the classic version, you will have to shell out few thousand rupees extra.

At the core of the FZ S is a four-stroke, 149cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 2-valve SOHC, fuel injected engine. This motor develops 12.2 bhp of power and 13.6 Nm torque. These numbers are the least in the whole 150-160cc motorcycle segment in India. The kerb weight of the bike is 137 kg considering that, we can expect a similar level of performance when compared to the FZ FI.

A 5-speed gearbox is paired with the engine that has been tuned to deliver a great city-riding performance and not good highways performance which is due to the low engine power. Had the bike come with a powerful engine, the performance numbers would be completely different.

In the efficiency front, the FZ S FI can easily return around 45 kmpl in the mixed riding conditions and well over 50 kmpl is possible when ridden at a constant speed on the highways. A 13-litre fuel tank can make the bike to run for over 550 km in a single tankful.

In the features department, you will get a fully digital instrument cluster with an option for getting the Bluetooth connectivity feature by paying few extra bucks. A lot of information is available on the meter console. Due to a single piece seat and stepped-up rider seat, the comfort level on the bike is more than you can get on any other bike in this category.

The suspension system on the FZ S FI is comprised of telescopic forks at the front and monoshock at the rear. Yamaha has tuned the suspension is such a way that it feels comfortable to ride on the and patches of road with suspension system eating up all the bumps. Furthermore, the ride and handling on the roads is pretty sharp and composed. There is a 282 mm disc at the front and 220 mm disc at the rear which area gripped by Bybre callipers and a single channel ABS is present only for the front wheel.

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ModelYamaha FZ S FI
Engine149 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power12.2 bhp @ 7,250 rpm
Torque13.6 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre100/80-17M/C(52P)
Rear Tyre140/60-R17M/C(63P)
Front BrakeDisc - 282mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight137 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,04,700

TVS Apache RTR 160 2V

Up next, we have the TVS Apache RTR 160 2V, the old version of the 160cc Apache motorcycle. This particular version was launched a over half a decade ago and since then the company has kept it on sale as there is a sizable audience who look for the classic bike from the TVS. The Apache RTR 160 2V uses old engine technology and design which keeps the company’s heritage alive.

There have been a few updates on the Apache RTR 160 2V as it gets a single channel ABS and all-new fuel efficient BS6 complaint engine. The price of the old Apache RTR 160 2V is Rs 1,06,365 ex-showroom New Delhi and only one variant of the bike is on sale as of now. This particular old bike from TVS is know for its good handling characteristics when compared to its arch rivals like Honda Unicorn and the Bajaj Pulsar 150. It carries a price tag less than the Honda X-Blade which is a sporty commuter bike from Honda.

Coming to the powertrain, Apache 160 2V is propelled by a 159.7cc, single cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve, air-cooled engine. This mill is able to make 15.1 bhp at 8400 rpm and 13.9 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox deals with the power transmission.

On the Apache 160 2V, you can expect to get anywhere around 45 kmpl in the mixed riding conditions with 48 to 50 kmpl while riding out on the highways. With a 12-litre fuel tank, the Apache RTR 160 2V can return a riding range of over 500 km in a single tankful.

You get to see a semi-digital instrument cluster offering analogue tachometer on the right and LCD unit on the left. You get speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, lap timer, acceleration recorder and top speed recorder. These are segment-first features only available on Apache series of bikes.

A pair of telescopic forks are present at the front and twin- gas-charged shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers take care of the rear. This suspension setup is on the stiffer side for providing good stability on the straight line and also around the corners.

The braking duties on the TVS Apache RTR 160 2V are taken care of by 270 mm roto petal discs at the front and the rear in the top variant. A single-channel ABS is there to keep the rider safe under hard braking scenarios. If you are looking for a rear drum brake version, the company is also offering the same at a lower price point.

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
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,06,365

Bajaj Avenger Street 160

Here we have the Bajaj Avenger Street 160 as the only cruiser bike in the 150-160cc segment carrying a price tag of under Rs 1.2 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. The Avenger is also a bike which is about to be two decades old and we can expect a new generation of Avenger in a couple of years down the timeline.

Avenger Street 160 has been targeted at young riders who are looking for a comfortable cruiser for all-day cruising and covering long distances without spending too much on the bike or the fuel itself. Street 160 from Bajaj is low-slung cruiser machine that would return a great mileage on the highways and let you travel to the unknown without burning a hole in the pocket.

It gets classic round-shaped halogen head light and halogen tail-light with halogen turn indicators and all these are expected to be replaced in the future generation of the bike. With a price tag of Rs 1,08,205 ex-showroom New Delhi, it is the most affordable cruiser bike available in the country. The next cruiser you get is from the Kawasaki with over 6 lakh price tag.

You sit on a scooped seat which is well-padded and offer good comfort for long distance riding. The pillion seat is also sizable for an adult who can happily ride with the rider on long tours. A lower seat height is best for shorter riders as well.

Coming to the powerplant that powers this cruiser, the company has plonked a 160cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected, 2-valve SOHC engine that belts out respectable 14.79 bhp of power at 8500 rpm and 13.7 Nm torque at 7000 rpm. A well-spaced 5-speed gearbox channels the toque to the rear wheel.

The usability of this little cruiser has been enhanced by the engine’s capability of delivering a reasonable mileage that enables long-distance rides, a possibility for the young riders. The twin-spark, 160cc engine is able to return a nominal mileage of 45 kmpl in mixed riding conditions int eh city limits. Once you get out of the busy streets of city, the open roads will aid you in getting a better mileage of nearly 50 kmpl but you have to remember that speed is a big concern, higher the speed lowers the mileage. But if you maintain 80 to 85 kmph speed on the highways, a good mileage is inevitable. The 13-litre fuel tank can provide a range of about 550 km before needing a refuel.

There is a classic single-pod instrument cluster which offers only the basic information to the rider such as two trip meters, fuel gauge, odometer and an analogue speedometer. At present, there is no such thing called Bluetooth connectivity ton it and it is not expected even in the near future. For that case, you can install a mobile phone holder and get the navigation through internet.

A pair of telescopic forks and a pair of shock absorbers take care of road undulations at the front and the rear respectively. The ride over the bad patches of road is no that tough on the Avenger.

The braking power comes from 280 mm front disc brake and 130 mm drum brake at the rear. Avenger do not come with a rear disc brake unit and the ABS is available only at the front wheel for rider safety under hard braking scenarios.

ModelBajaj Avenger Street 160
Engine160 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power14.79 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque13.7 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90-17 49P
Rear Tyre130/90-15 66P
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDrum
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight156 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,08,205

Hero Xtreme 160R

Another hot shot is the Hero Xtreme 160R. It is a young and spirited motorcycle from the house of Hero and has been tailor made for the Gen Z and the millennials looking for something new and radical in terms of design and road presence. The Hero Xtreme 160R poses a great stance offering sporty ride and handling performance.

The price that you have to pay for getting one Xtreme 160R starts from Rs 1,09,240 ex-showroom New Delhi. There is another variant of the bike which comes with rear disc brake and that particular variant demands Rs 4000 over the base variant of the bike. On both variants, the bike comes with single channel ABS.

Hero Xtreme 160R features full LED headlight and tail-light clusters with halogen turn indicators. For enticing young riders, the company has worked very-well on the design of the bike with upswept rear portion, a muscular fuel tank and a single piece stepped up seat. The bikini fairing on the Xtreme 160R is also a head turner as it gets a new radical look when compared to the old bike.

Powering the Hero Xtreme 160R is an indigenously developed four-stroke, single-cylinder, 163cc, fuel injected, 2-valve SOHC engine. Hero made it to pump out 15 bhp of power at 8500 rpm and 14 Nm torque at 6500 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox does the job of power transmission and offers exciting performance in the city roads. You can expect the bike to deliver even on the curves for it comes with diamond-type frame.

In the mileage front, the Xtreme 160R being a sporty commuter bike can easily return around 45 kmpl on an average day with mixed running including busy streets and open roads. A 12-litre fuel tank is more than sufficient for a range of 520 km or so.

It is equipped with a fully digital meter console with large fonts on an attractive negative-LCD display with a good amount of info. There is a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, service reminder, gear position indicator etc. One can expect Bluetooth connectivity feature with turn-by-turn navigation in the near future as Hero MotoCorp is working to bring more models with the advanced technology.

Coming to the suspension department, there are telescopic forks up front and a monoshock suspension dealing with the rear bumps. The suspension is tuned for providing comfortable ride on the city roads and offers a stable and composed cornering ability which is better than the older version of the bike. On the broken roads, the stiffer ride quality might hamper the ride experience a bit.

In the braking department, Hero Extreme 160R is equipped with a 276 mm disc brake unit at the front and a 220 mm rear disc. Both these rotors are gripped by Bybre callipers and delivers decent braking bike. The base model comes equipped with drum brake at the rear for those who look for the same. Rider safety is provided by a single channel ABS working on the front wheel to prevent unwanted tyre slips under hard braking.

ModelHero Xtreme 160R
Engine163 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power15 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque14 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre100/80-17
Rear Tyre130/70 -R17 Radial
Front BrakeDisc - 276mm
Rear BrakeDrum/Disc
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight138.5 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,09,240

Honda X-Blade

After the Xtreme, we come across the only Honda motorcycle on this list, the X-Blade 160. It features Honda’s 162cc engine which has been designed and developed by the company to bring more power and better performance at the hands of young riders. The bike has one of the most different looks from the front end with a futuristic robotic headlight assembly with complete LED units.

The price at which the X-Blade arrives is Rs 1,10,839 ex-showroom New Delhi for the basic single disc variant. Another Rs 4,500 is needed to be spent if you want a rear disc brake on the bike for better stopping power. As per Honda’s pricing strategy, the bike doesn’t come cheap and this time, you get a good list of important features too.

Honda X-Blade is not a good seller in the Indian market because of the competition with sporty motorcycles offering better performance and features in the same price range. The X-Blade is a good commuter motorcycle with sporty bits but it is not a sporty motorcycle from all fronts. Its engine performance is not that exciting in the high-rev range. However, a good mile muncher it can potentially become.

An air-cooled, 162.71cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, 2-valve SOHC, PGM-Fi fuel-injected engine propels the X-Blade. This mill dishes out 13.67 bhp at 8000 rpm and 14.7 Nm torque at 5500 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox deals with the transmission with taller initial gears and shorter top gears. You can easily potter around the town without shifting too many gears.

Projected as a commuter in the 160cc segment, the X-Blade offer average mileage of about 45 kmpl in mixed riding scenarios with potential to touch 50 kmpl on the highways. A 12-litre fuel tank capacity can let you clock over 500 km in a single tankful.

A fully digital meter console offers a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator etc.

The suspension system is comprised of telescopic forks at the front and monoshock at the rear. Braking department, on the other hand, is taken care of by 276 mm disc brake at the front with single channel ABS for better rider safety. At the rear, there is standard drum brake and an option for 220mm disc brake unit for better braking.

ModelHonda X-Blade
Engine162.71 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power13.67 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque14.7 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre80/100-17 M/C 46P
Rear Tyre130/70-17 M/C 62P
Front BrakeDisc - 276 mm
Rear BrakeDrum/Disc
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight143 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,10,839

TVS Apache RTR 160 4V

TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is the most powerful motorcycle in the 150-160cc segment leaving the R15 and the MT 15 as they are powered by liquid-cooled engines. The Apache RTR 160 4V gets oil-cooling system to manage the engine heat because the engine is delivering a good amount of power to play with. The Chennai based manufacturer has brought the performance in a complete package of sharp styling and racing handling characteristics.

The price range of TVS Apache RTR 160 4V starts from Rs 1,11,565 for the single disc variant and ends at Rs 1,14,615 ex-showroom New Delhi for the rear disc brake. The ABS on the bike as only one channel that acts at the front wheel. It comes in three cool colour options – Metallic Blue, Racing Red and Knight Black and in our opinion, the Metallic Blue is an amazing colour choice to have.

The street-sports bike comes loaded with LED headlight cluster with LED DRLs and the tail-light is also LED unit. Rest of the lighting that involves turn indicators are halogen bulbs. It features engine-kill switch, pass-light switch and rest of the usual switches for ease of operations.

The Apache is known for its sporty yet comfortable riding posture offering best of both worlds – comfort and sportiness. You will never feel out of comfort on the Apache and the control over the bike’s handling will never go down. The seat is a single piece unit with stepped up seat for the pillion There is more than sufficient space for the riders of all height. Some extra-tall riders will find the bike uncomfortable especially when riding in the busy city streets.

Moving on to powertrain, the bike is seen to be powered by a 4-valve SOHC, single-cylinder, four-stroke, fuel-injected, air-cooled engine. This mill is tuned to churn out class-leading 17.39 bhp of maximum power at 9250 rpm and peak torque of 14.73 Nm at 7250 rpm. Transmission is handled by a 5-speed gearbox which has all the good gear ratios aiding you to ride in the city streets that are usually filled with traffic and also out on the highways where you can cruise at 80 to 90 kmph all day long.

The mileage of the Apache RTR 160 4V is around 45 kmpl with ridden with a light wrist in the mixed riding conditions. Out on the highways, it all depends on how you ride the bike to get the maximum mileage of the motor. Achieving over 50 kmpl on the bike is not a big deal. There is a 12-litre fuel tank which can provide you with a riding range of over 500 km in a single stretch. If you decided to go out on a tour, the 160 4V will make you stop less on the fuel stations.

Coming to the instrument panel, the bike is equipped with a fully digital console which offers a range of information to the rider. Unfortunately, there is no smartXonnect technology offered on the bike yet and maybe available in the near future. You get 0-60 kmph recorder and top speed recorder on the Apache which is segment first feature and offers something extra for you to flaunt.

Apache RTR 160 4V gets telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear which are well-calibrated by the company and offers perfect ride and handling characteristics. You can easily glide over the bad patches of roads without unsettling the bike. TVS is known for a robust and tuned-for-India suspension setup which is just spot-on for day-to-day rides.

On the braking front, you get a disc brake on both ends with single channel ABS working hard to prevent locking up of front wheel under hard braking. If you want a model with rear drum brake, the company has exactly same thing for you and that too at a lower price than the dual disc brake version.

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ModelTVS Apache RTR 160 4V
Engine159.7 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power17.39 bhp @ 9,250 rpm
Torque14.73 Nm @ 7,250 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre90/90-17 49P
Rear Tyre110/80-17 57P
Front BrakeDisc - 270mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight147 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed115 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,11,565

TVS Apache RTR 180

Up next, we have the older model of the Apache that come with a 180cc engine. This motor has been in the bike since over a decade now and was introduced in the even older generation of the bike. This engine was known for the vibrations because of the old technology and the newer Apache bikes are free from any vibration of sort.

The Apache RTR 180 features a halogen headlight unit and semi-digital instrument cluster which was the norm during its time. It is available from Rs 1,13,065 ex-showroom New Delhi and only one variant is on sale with single channel ABS and rear disc brake. The dual-channel ABS was removed from the bike to keep the price competitive in nature.

The powertrain on the Apache RTR 180 is a 177.4cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder, 2-valve SOHC, air-cooled engine. This mill puts out 16.3 bhp at 8500 rpm and 15.5 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox deals with the power transmission and is connected with wet-multiplate clutch. The torque is way higher than the Pulsar 180 and thus you get better initial acceleration.

The naked sports bike offers a fuel economy of 42 kmpl in the city roads and up to 45 kmpl on the country roads. At a kerb weight if just 141 kg, the Apache 180 is quite light for its category and thus it is easy to manoeuvre. A riding range of 480 to 500 km from a single tankful.

The meter console is a semi-digital unit offering best of digital screen and the analogue tachometer. You get all the information along with racing telemetry like lap timer, 0-60 kmph recorder, top speed recorder and more.

There is a pair of telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers at the rear. This suspension is on the stiffer side for providing good stability on the straight line and around the corners.

The braking duties are taken care of by 270 mm disc brake at the front and 200 mm disc brake at the rear. From keeping the bike from skidding under extreme braking, there is a single channel ABS.

ModelTVS Apache RTR 180
Engine177.4 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power16.3 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque15.5 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 BrakeDisc - 200mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight141 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage41 kmpl
Top Speed120 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,13,065

Bajaj Pulsar 180

Bajaj Pulsar 180 has always been the chief rival of the Apache RTR 180 and both the bike are favourite among the millennials for their exciting performance and road presence. The character of the Pulsar 180 has always been spirited and strength as it comes with a muscular design language and a recognizable bikini fairing on the streets of Indian cities.

There is only one variants of the bike on sale which has been priced at Rs 1,14,234 ex-showroom New Delhi. It gets disc brakes at both front and the rear for greater stopping power and a single channel ABS for safer braking. At present, the bike does not come with LED headlight as new generation of Pulsars are on the way. The BS6 Pulsar 180, however, comes with better padding on the seats that offers comfortable ride to the riders in the city rides.

Pulsar 180 continues to feature same old chassis and the design with new colour options and graphics. The split-seat design looks sporty and the clip-on handlebars are sporty in nature and the rider has to lean a bit forward to hold them. The ergonomics are spot-on with a mix of comfort and sportiness. With a sports tourer styled riding posture, the bike can also be used for long distance riding.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 draws power from a two-decade old 178.66cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected, 2-valve SOHC engine. It utilised two spark plugs to burn the fuel which leads to the development of 16.6 bhp at 8500 rpm and 14.52 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. From the previous model, you can see a slight bump in the torque figure while the power has been reduced dur to BS6 emission norms.

Transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed gearbox which is fitted with tall gear ratios. These taller gearing aids in strong thrust making the bike to reach 100 kmph quickly and the top speed is rated at 10 kmph to 125 kmph. The mileage of the bike is also not that bad at 40 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. Out on the highways, you can expect the bike to deliver 45 kmpl. And when combined with a large fuel tank of 15 litres, the bike has the potential to run for over 600 km in a single tankful.

Pulsar 180 is suspended on the telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged, spring-loaded shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers at the rear. These units offer good bump absorption capability and ride on the broken sections are contained well.

There is a sizable 280 mm front disc rotor and 230 mm rear disc rotor which are gripped by Bybre callipers offering greater braking capacity. This system is accompanied by single channel ABS for safer braking.

ModelBajaj Pulsar 180
Engine178.66 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power16.6 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque14.52 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90 17
Rear Tyre120/80 17
Front BrakeDisc - 280 mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230 mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight151 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage44 kmpl
Top Speed122 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,14,234

Bajaj Pulsar 180F

After the Pulsar 180, you have the option of a semi-faired Pulsar 180 which is called the Pulsar 180F. Yes, the bike exactly looks like the Pulsar 220F which is nothing but the bike’s elder sibling in Bajaj’s India line-up. It gets a projector headlight for the high-beam while a regular halogen bulb and reflector setup for the low beam. Both these headlight units are stacked vertically offering a sporty styling.

The most curious thing to note is that pricing of the Pulsar 180F as it is just Rs 300 over the Pulsar 180’s price at Rs 1,14,515 ex-showroom New Delhi. For this ridiculously small premium, you are getting a complete makeover with semi-faring, projector headlight, a premium visual appeal and much more.

The riding posture on both the Pulsar 180 and the Pulsar 180F is similar slightly lean-forward which is suited for both city and highway rides. With added protection from the front windscreen visor, you can take the machine out for long rides. The footpegs are positioned a bit rear but are comfortable for daily commuting as well. Pillion seat is spacious enough for hours of riding and gets usable grab rails for pillion safety.

Bajaj Pulsar 180F is propelled by a 178.66cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected, 2-valve SOHC engine. It utilised two spark plugs to burn the fuel which leads to the development of 16.6 bhp at 8500 rpm and 14.52 Nm of torque at 6500 rpm. From the previous model, you can see a slight bump in the torque figure while the power has been reduced dur to BS6 emission norms.

Transmission duties are handled by a 5-speed gearbox which is fitted with tall gear ratios. These taller gearing aids in strong thrust making the bike to reach 100 kmph quickly and the top speed is rated at 10 kmph to 125 kmph. The mileage of the bike is also not that bad at 40 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. Out on the highways, you can expect the bike to deliver 45 kmpl. And when combined with a large fuel tank of 15 litres, the bike has the potential to run for over 600 km in a single tankful.

Pulsar 180F is hung on the telescopic forks at the front and twin gas-charged, spring-loaded shock absorbers with hydraulic dampers at the rear. These units offer good bump absorption capability and ride on the broken sections are contained well.

The Pulsar 180F is brought to a halt by sizable 280 mm front disc rotor and 230 mm rear disc rotor which are gripped by Bybre callipers offering greater braking capacity. This system is accompanied by single channel ABS for safer braking.

ModelBajaj Pulsar 180F
Engine178.66 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power16.6 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque14.52 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionTwin-Shock
Front Tyre90/90 17
Rear Tyre120/80 17
Front BrakeDisc - 280 mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230 mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight156 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage44 kmpl
Top Speed122 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,14,515

Bajaj Pulsar NS 160

Bajaj has the greatest number of bikes in this price range and the most expensive one is the Pulsar NS 160. Including this motorcycle, the Pune based company has a total of four bike models on sale under 1.2 lakh mark. This makes the company to garner best sales numbers in this category with the best sellers including the Pulsar 180 series, the Avenger and the new generation Pulsar NS 160.

Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 is based on the design and the chassis of the flagship naked Pulsar, the NS 200. It gets its aggressive headlight cluster, the rigid perimeter frame, sporty stance, a street-fighter riding posture with a medium-reach handlebar. This machine is made of the modern street-naked motorcycle enthusiasts who are millennials and the GenZ riders with a tight budget.

The best thing offered by the 160cc segment on the 200cc segment is lower entry point with a price tag of Rs 1,15,091 ex-showroom New Delhi and lower running cost due to greater mileage. The bike offers performance on par with the rivals in this segment with chief rival being the Apache RTR 160 4V which surpasses Pulsar’s power figure.

Propelling the Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 is a four-stroke, 160.3cc, single-cylinder, air and oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine. This mill breathes through a 4-valve SOHC head that helps in making respectable 17.03 bhp at 9000 rpm and 14.6 Nm twisting force at 7250 rpm. There is a 5-speed gearbox paired with the engine via wet multi-plate clutch.

All this power and torque helps the bike in 0 to 100 kmph acceleration in just 16 seconds with a top speed of 120 kmph due to taller gearing. On the fuel economy front, the bike tends to deliver in the range of 45 to 48 kmpl in mixed riding style with over 50 kmpl possible on the open roads. The 12-litre fuel tank can allow the rider to ride for over 500 km in singe tankful.

With a comfortable riding posture, the Pulsar NS 160 can become a touring bike for young riders that can be used to cruise at 80 to 90 kmph all day long. Due to great mileage and long tank range of 500 km, the stops on fuel stations are fewer that some popular adventure bikes in India.

Bajaj has plonked a semi-digital instrument cluster on the NS 160 which offers a sporty analogue tachometer with LCD display for delivering the details of rest of the data. At present there is no option for Bluetooth connectivity on the bike but we expect the company to provide the same in the coming models.

The suspension systems on the bike features telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged monoshock at the rear. This suspension is slightly on the stiffer side but overall feel of the ride is good and stable. On the broken set of roads, the rider has to slow down a bit to avoid getting jolts from the uneven surface.

A 260 mm front disc and 230 mm rear disc takes care of the braking department with a single channel ABS providing much needed rider safety at the front end.

ModelBajaj Pulsar NS 160
Engine160.3 cc
CoolingOil-Cooled
Power17.03 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque14.6 Nm @ 7,250 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre90/90 -17 49 P
Rear Tyre120/80 -17 61 P
Front BrakeDisc- 260mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight151 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage42 kmpl
Top Speed120 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,15,091

Yamaha FZ X

Up next, we have the Yamaha FZ X. It is the latest motorcycle in the 150cc segment from the stable of Yamaha. In the commuter segment, the FZ X has finally brought something neo-retro in the design segment. The bike gets complete design overhaul when compared to the regular FZ S FI motorcycle as it takes design inspiration from the company’s international motorcycle, the Yamaha XSR 155.

As per the company, a basic 150cc engine has kept the price of the bike under a strict control and therefore people can get the neo-retro bike without spending too much money for the radical design language. It features an LED projector headlight just like the Yamaha MT 15 that is more than sufficient to give out a bright and focused beam to illuminate the roads at night.

Yamaha FZ X is priced at Rs 1,16,800 ex-showroom New Delhi for the base variant and Rs 1,21,800 ex-showroom New Delhi for the Bluetooth version offering a series of connected features. The pricing is slightly on the higher side when compared to the sporty and powerful 160cc bikes from Bajaj and TVS.

Powering the FZ X is a four-stroke, 149cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled, 2-valve SOHC, fuel injected engine. This motor develops 12.2 bhp of power and 13.6 Nm torque. These numbers are the least in the whole 150-160cc motorcycle segment in India. The kerb weight of the bike stays at 137 kg considering that, we can expect a similar level of performance when compared to the FZ S FI.

A 5-speed gearbox is paired with the engine that has been tuned to deliver a great city-riding performance and not good highways performance which is due to the low engine power. Had the bike come with a powerful engine, the performance numbers would be completely different.

Coming to the mileage, the FZ X will only deliver around 45 kmpl in the mixed riding conditions and well over 50 kmpl is possible when ridden at a constant speed on the highways. With a 13-litre fuel tank on offer, the bike will be able to run for over 550 km in a single tankful.

In the features department, you will get a fully digital instrument cluster with an option for getting the Bluetooth connectivity feature by paying few extra bucks. A lot of information is given by the bike on the meter console and when connected with Bluetooth, the features list only increases. Due to a single piece seat and stepped-up rider seat, the comfort level on the bike is more than you can get on any other bike in this category.

The suspension system on the bike is comprised of telescopic forks at the front and monoshock at the rear. Yamaha has tuned the suspension is such a way that it feels comfortable to ride on the and patches of road with suspension system eating up all the bumps. Furthermore, the ride and handling on the roads is pretty sharp and composed.

There is a 282 mm disc at the front and 220 mm disc at the rear which area gripped by Bybre callipers and a single channel ABS is present only for the front wheel.

ModelYamaha FZ X
Engine149 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power12.2 bhp @ 7,250 rpm
Torque13.6 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre100/80-17M/C(52P)
Rear Tyre140/60-R17M/C(63P)
Front BrakeDisc - 282mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight137 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage50 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,16,800

Hero Xpulse 200T

Hero Xpulse 200T is the only 200cc motorcycle in this price segment and is cheaper than the Suzuki’s only 150cc offering in this segment. This particular bike from Hero is made for the touring as destined by the suffix ‘T’ after the name. Xpulse 200 is completely based on the Xpulse 200 off-road machine and has a range of changes included in it.

The bike does not have long travel suspension, the front wheel is smaller 17-inch, gets alloy wheels and tubeless tyres, lower seat height and there is no windshield visor as well. These reduction in the equipment on the 200T makes the price to fall below Rs 1.2 lakh at Rs 1,18,300 ex-showroom New Delhi.

At one hand, the Xpulse 200 is made to take on the uneven terrains such as off-road trails, gravel, sand, snow, muck and much more, the 200T is a highway tourer. It comes with road-biased tyres that cannot provide grip on the off-road scenarios. It comes with comfortable seat for both rider and the pillion so that it is easy to take the long roads and explore the places you never had chance to visit. The ergonomics plays an important role on any touring bike and Xpulse 200 offers a comfortable upright riding posture with raised handlebars. This ensures that rider do not feel exhausted within first few hours of the journey.

At the heart of the Hero Xpulse 200T is an air and oil-cooled, 199.6cc, fuel-injected, 4-stroke engine breathing via a 2-valve SOHC head. This engine makes 17.83 bhp at 8500 rpm and 16.15 Nm at 6500 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox deals with transmission and reduction duties. All the five gears are on the shorter side to providing great initial acceleration but this reduces the top-speed of the bike which is just 110-115 kmph. However, you can easily munch the miles at 80 to 90 kmph but riding near 100 kmph makes the engine strained up and uncomfortable for long distances.

The Xpulse 200T delivers 38 kmpl of fuel economy in a mixed riding day. Due to shorter gearing, the highway mileage tends to fall in the region of 35 kmpl. With a 13-litre fuel tank, you can extract a range up to 450 km in a tankful. Out on a long-distance tour, the bike would be a long-ranger with such kind of range leading to fewer fuel stops.

The dashboard of the Xpulse 200T is equipped with a fully digital instrument cluster that offers speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, gear position indicator, service indicator etc. Along with this, there is Bluetooth connectivity feature as well that provides mobile notifications and turn by turn GPS navigation right on the meter.

Built on the diamond type frame, the bike is made to suspend on a pair of telescopic forks at the front and monoshock suspension at the rear. The company has tuned both suspension units to offer a good bump absorption ability and the ride on the bad patches of roads is pretty controlled and composed.

A 276 mm disc brake at the front and 220 mm disc brake at the rear are responsible for providing good braking performance. Rider safety is guaranteed by a single-channel ABS that preventing the locking of front wheel during hard braking.

The bike offers a saddle height of 795 mm which is low enough for most riders out there. Its ergonomics are designed in such as way that even tall riders don’t feel cramped and short riders are comfortable due to lower seat height. The kerb weight of 154 kg is not high enough that would create any sort of problem during city riding. It gets a ground clearance of 178 mm which is on the higher side and high enough to prevent underbelly scrappage while riding over the tall speed-breakers.

ModelHero Xpulse 200T
Engine199.6 cc
CoolingOil-Cooled
Power17.83 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque16.15 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre100/80-17
Rear Tyre130/70 -R17
Front BrakeDisc - 276mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220mm
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight154 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage38 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,18,300

Suzuki Gixxer

At last, but not the least, you have the option of Suzuki Gixxer. This Japanese street-naked bike is the most expensive 150cc motorcycle in the Indian market that is fitted with an air-cooled engine. Yes, Suzuki’s 150cc bikes are priced on a higher side which kind-of reduces their value-for-money quotient and also you don’t get the performance offered by the Bajaj and TVS motorcycles.

The Suzuki Gixxer 155 comes with a price tag of Rs 1,20,200 ex-showroom New Delhi and it is the only available variant on the bike. It comes with standard double disc brakes at both front and the rear. There are three colours on offer on the Suzuki Gixxer which are – Metallic Triton Blue, Glass Sparkle Black and Pearl Mira Red.

The bike comes with a flat front end that is fitted with oval-shaped full LED headlight cluster and an LED tail-light. The turn indicators are all halogen bulbs with reflector assembly. It is a real poser on the road as it has aggressive street-fighter design language with up swept rear part with short stubby exhaust with dual tips.

Coming to the engine, the bikes feature a 155cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, fuel injected, 2-valve SOHC mill. This mill is good enough for pumping out 13.4 bhp of power at 8000 rpm and 13.8 Nm torque at 6000 rpm. With this kind of power and torque figures on tap, the 141 kg Gixxer easily gains speed in the city roads as acceleration till 60 kmph is exciting post that, on the highways, you would expect the engine to have a little more power.

The 5-speed gearbox that come attached to the motor is well-spaced and offers good engine tractability at low city speeds. Gixxer does 0 to 60 kmph in under 5 seconds with 100 kmph mark taking around 17 seconds. Top speed, on the other hand, is similar to other 150-160cc bikes at around 110-115 kmph.

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Gixxer is able to extract 45 kmpl in mixed riding conditions and mileage in the busy city roads would be a tad lower. However, out on the highways, you can get up to 50 kmpl with constant speed ride. Multiple with mileage with the 12-litre fuel tank capacity of the bike, you can easily get around 540 km of range before you are required to fill the tank.

On the dashboard, there is a fully digital instrument console with most of the important information available to the rider. It also gets gear position indicator along with the basic set of readouts like speedometer, odometer and so worth. As of now, the company might be busy in working on to provide a Bluetooth enabled instrument cluster in the near future as it is becoming the norm slowly but steadily.

The bike rides on 100/80 and 140/60 section front and rear tyres which are more than sufficient to offer excellent grip in all road conditions. Built around a diamond type chassis, the Gixxer is easy to manoeuvre in the city roads while also providing a good level of comfort and stability. The front telescopic forks are thick offering good front end appeal while there is a monoshock at the rear for absorbing bumps from the rear wheel. Suzuki has tuned the suspension towards a stiffer side that means you can expect it to offer a table rider around the corners. But ride on the bad patches of roads will be quite discomforting.

The braking department of the Gixxer is handled by disc brakes on both ends and there are no specifications of the brake rotors available on the official website. There is a single-channel ABS on offer that are responsible for providing a safer braking experience to the riders.

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ModelSuzuki Gixxer
Engine155 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power13.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Torque13.8 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMono Shock
Front Tyre100/80-17M/C 52P
Rear Tyre140/60R17M/C 63P
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSSingle-Channel
Weight141 kg
Fuel Tank12 Ltr
Mileage45 kmpl
Top Speed110 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 1,20,200

In Conclusion

Here, we end the list of top bikes under 1.2 lakh in India which are available to purchase from your nearest dealers. These bikes are sporty commuter bikes which when ridden at normal speed will provide great mileage and they have the potential to provide greater performance when needed. This is a growing segment in Indian motorcycle market and you can expect more bikes in this price range in the near future.

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Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Yamaha FZ S FI149 ccAir-Cooled12.2 bhp @ 7,250 rpm13.6 Nm @ 5,500 rpm5-Speed
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
Hero Xtreme 160R163 ccAir-Cooled15 bhp @ 8,500 rpm14 Nm @ 6,500 rpm5-Speed
Honda X-Blade162.71 ccAir-Cooled13.67 bhp @ 8,000 rpm14.7 Nm @ 5,500 rpm5-Speed
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V159.7 ccAir-Cooled17.39 bhp @ 8,250 rpm14.73 Nm @ 7,250 rpm5-Speed
TVS Apache RTR 180177.4 ccAir-Cooled16.3 bhp @ 8,500 rpm15.5 Nm @ 7,000 rpm5-Speed
Bajaj Pulsar 180178.66 ccAir-Cooled16.6 bhp @ 8,500 rpm14.52 Nm @ 6,500 rpm5-Speed
Bajaj Pulsar 180F178.66 ccAir-Cooled16.6 bhp @ 8,500 rpm14.52 Nm @ 6,500 rpm5-Speed
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160160.3 ccOil-Cooled17.03 bhp @ 9,000 rpm14.6 Nm @ 7,250 rpm5-Speed
Yamaha FZ X149 ccAir-Cooled12.2 bhp @ 7,250 rpm13.6 Nm @ 5,500 rpm5-Speed
Hero Xpulse 200T199.6 ccOil-Cooled17.83 bhp @ 8,500 rpm16.15 Nm @ 6,500 rpm5-Speed
Suzuki Gixxer155 ccAir-Cooled13.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm13.8 Nm @ 6,000 rpm5-Speed

Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Yamaha FZ S FITelescopic ForksMono Shock100/80-17M/C(52P)140/60-R17M/C(63P)
TVS Apache RTR 160 2VTelescopic ForksTwin Shock90/90-17 49P110/80-17 57P
Bajaj Avenger Street 160TelescopicTwin-Shock90/90-17 49P130/90-15 66P
Hero Xtreme 160RTelescopic ForksMono Shock100/80-17130/70 -R17 Radial
Honda X-BladeTelescopic ForksMono Shock80/100-17 M/C 46P130/70-17 M/C 62P
TVS Apache RTR 160 4VTelescopic ForksMono Shock90/90-17 49P110/80-17 57P
TVS Apache RTR 180Telescopic ForksTwin-Shock90/90-17 49P110/80-17 57P
Bajaj Pulsar 180TelescopicTwin-Shock90/90 17120/80 17
Bajaj Pulsar 180FTelescopic ForksTwin-Shock90/90 17120/80 17
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160Telescopic ForksMono Shock90/90 -17 49 P120/80 -17 61 P
Yamaha FZ XTelescopic ForksMono Shock100/80-17M/C(52P)140/60-R17M/C(63P)
Hero Xpulse 200TTelescopic ForksMono Shock100/80-17130/70 -R17
Suzuki GixxerTelescopic ForksMono Shock100/80-17M/C 52P140/60R17M/C 63P

Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Yamaha FZ S FIDisc - 282mmDisc - 220mmSingle-Channel137 kg
TVS Apache RTR 160 2VDisc - 270mmDrum/DiscSingle-Channel139 kg
Bajaj Avenger Street 160Disc - 280mmDrumSingle-Channel156 kg
Hero Xtreme 160RDisc - 276mmDrum/DiscSingle-Channel138.5 kg
Honda X-BladeDisc - 276 mmDrum/DiscSingle-Channel143 kg
TVS Apache RTR 160 4VDisc - 270mmDisc - 240mmSingle-Channel147 kg
TVS Apache RTR 180Disc - 270mmDisc - 200mmSingle-Channel141 kg
Bajaj Pulsar 180Disc - 280 mmDisc - 230 mmSingle-Channel151 kg
Bajaj Pulsar 180FDisc - 280 mmDisc - 230 mmSingle-Channel156 kg
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160Disc- 260mmDisc - 230mmSingle-Channel151 kg
Yamaha FZ XDisc - 282mmDisc - 220mmSingle-Channel137 kg
Hero Xpulse 200TDisc - 276mmDisc - 220mmSingle-Channel154 kg
Suzuki GixxerDiscDiscSingle-Channel141 kg

Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedEx-showroom Price
Yamaha FZ S FI13 Ltr50 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,04,700
TVS Apache RTR 160 2V12 Ltr45 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,06,365
Bajaj Avenger Street 16013 Ltr45 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,08,205
Hero Xtreme 160R12 Ltr50 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,09,240
Honda X-Blade12 Ltr50 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,10,839
TVS Apache RTR 160 4V12 Ltr45 kmpl115 kmph₹ 1,11,565
TVS Apache RTR 18012 Ltr41 kmpl120 kmph₹ 1,13,065
Bajaj Pulsar 18015 Ltr44 kmpl122 kmph₹ 1,14,234
Bajaj Pulsar 180F15 Ltr44 kmpl122 kmph₹ 1,14,515
Bajaj Pulsar NS 16012 Ltr42 kmpl120 kmph₹ 1,15,091
Yamaha FZ X13 Ltr50 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,16,800
Hero Xpulse 200T13 Ltr38 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,18,300
Suzuki Gixxer12 Ltr45 kmpl110 kmph₹ 1,20,200

Top Bikes Under 1.2 Lakh in India FAQs

Q: What is the price range of bikes under 1.2 lakh in India 2021-22?
A: From Rs 1,04,700 for Yamaha FZ S FI to Rs 1,20,200 ex-showroom New Delhi for Suzuki Gixxer is the price range of bikes under Rs 1.2 lakh in India.

Q: Which is the cheapest bike under 1.2 lakh in India 2021-22?
A: Yamaha FZ S FI is the cheapest bike under 1.2 lakh in India.

Q: What are some popular models under 1.2 lakh in India 2021-22?
A: Some popular models under 1.2 lakh are – Yamaha FZ S FI, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Hero Xtreme 160R, Bajaj Pulsar 180, Bajaj Pulsar NS 160, Hero Xpulse 200T and Suzuki Gixxer.

Q: Which bike under 1.2 lakh provides highest mileage?
A: Yamaha FZ S FI provides highest mileage of over 45 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. You can expect over 50 kmpl on the highways.

Q: Which is the fastest bike model under 1.2 lakh?
A: The fastest bike under 1.2 lakh is TVA Apache RTR 160 4V and Bajaj Pulsar NS 160. Both the bikes are counted as the fastest bikes under 1.2 lakh.

Q: Which is the latest bike under 1.2 lakh in India?
A: Yamaha FZ X is the latest bike in this segment and is priced from Rs 1,16,800 ex-showroom New Delhi.

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