Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India 2021-22 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

Akash Vashisth
Akash Vashisth
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Premium motorcycles have seen the light of the Indian market due to rise in the disposable income among the youth. Young generation of riders are able to purchase higher capacity bike are most of them upgrade to their existing bikes of 125 to 150cc engine capacity. Top bikes under 2.5 lakh in India offers engine capacity from 200cc to 400cc and not a wide range of bikes are available in this price range.

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Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs price list in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Jawa Perak₹ 2,06,187
KTM RC 200₹ 2,08,602
Husqvarna Vitpilen 250₹ 2,10,022
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250₹ 2,10,650
Royal Enfield Himalayan₹ 2,10,784
Bajaj Dominar 400₹ 2,12,155
KTM 250 Duke₹ 2,28,736
CFMoto 300NK₹ 2,29,000
KTM 250 Adventure₹ 2,30,003

A total of nine motorcycles are available for sale in this segment which starts from Rs 2 lakh mark and goes up to Rs 2.5 lakh mark. With increasing prices of the bikes every other month, new bikes have been added to this segment and a couple of bikes went above this segment due to rallying in the prices.

The most affordable bike in this list is the Jawa Perak bobber motorcycle from the house of Classic Legends that comes with a price tag of Rs 1.06 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. KTM 250 Adventure with a price of Rs 2.30 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi is the most expensive bike on this list.

You get various categories of bikes here that covers the classic, sports, streetfighter and adventure tourers. Royal Enfield Himalayan and the KTM 250 Adventure are the best touring bikes that you can find in this segment. KTM 250 Duke, Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 are the most aggressive naked bikes available while the KTM RC 200 is a track-worthy sports bike which is priced just above Rs 2 lakh mark. Bajaj Dominar 400 is a hyper touring machine made to conquer the highways with raw power and intimidating road presence.

Let’s dive into this formidable list of the premium bikes developed to provide a unique riding pleasure to the enthusiasts.

Jawa Perak

Jawa Perak is the only bike in the price under Rs 3 lakh that is made a bobber right in the factory. It has been designed and developed by keeping its bobber appeal in mind. Therefore, it is the most attractive looking bobber bike in the country and has no rival as on now. Other international companies offer bobber styled bikes in the market but are on a costlier side and are far away from the reach of normal customers. The front half of the Jawa Perak is directly lifted form the Jawa Standard while the rear part is exclusive for this one that comprise of a cantilever seat with monoshock suspension and a longer swing-arm for classic bobber look.

Being a single seater bike, the practicality is something which is plain zero because only one rider can use the bike and there is no option for a pillion rider to get on. The company is not offering any kind of accessory pillion seat for those who might need one. Unlike the classic cruiser, the Perak has a smaller turning radius which aids in riding the bike in tight city streets despite a long wheelbase.

If you want to go for a ride on the Jawa Perak, your back have to bear the weight of the bag pack which you might carry with essential bits. It gets no option for attaching the saddlebags and no option for mounting a top box or rear box. You can just carry a light-weight bag with only the most important essentials for weekends getaways on the Perak.

Jawa Perak will now set you back by Rs 2.06 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi which is around Rs 13,000 more expensive than the Jawa Standard Khaki variant and thus it is the flagship bike in the company’s line-up. Only one colour option is present on the Perak with classic yellow lines for enhancing the visuals. It gets no trendy graphic lines as come bikes comes with in the classic bikes segment.

The riding posture on the Perak is comfortable and the rider sits completely upright for the handlebars are placed on an elevated position. One can easily cover long distance on the highways. But can only haul one human adult. The seat is large and well-built for accommodating larger riders as well. No flashing features of technologically advances features are present no the Jawa Perak.

Jawa Perak classic bobber form the yesteryears is propelled by larger 334cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 4-valve engine. The engine crack and other parts are same on the Perak when compared to Jawa Standard’s engine. However, different bore and stroke figures causes the power rating to be increased to 30 bhp and peak twisting force of 32.74 Nm. The power is transferred to the rear tyre via a chain drive that is connected to a 6-speed gearbox.

The kerb weight of the Perak is 175 kg which his just three kilos more than the Jawa Standard. The performance increment is visible as the bike in question offers good acceleration and better top speed. Expect the bike to hit 100 kmph in under 14 seconds and reach a better top speed of over 130 kmph.

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Perak is able to deliver more or less 30 kmpl on the highways and around 27 kmpl in the city rides. A constant speed ride on the highways can offer better fuel economy which will prove to be helpful on long distance journeys. It is fitted with a 14-litre fuel tank which allows the rider to cover around 380 km in the city rides and up to 400 km on the highways. This range is on-par with come of the popular touring bikes out there in the market.

The main motive of Classic Legends was to offer an eye-candy of a motorcycle that ticks the right boxes of design and technology. However, the bobber design lacks the practicality that a regular bike offers. You get complete black-out engine and the exhaust system along with dark paint and contrasting yellow lines.

The Perak is built on a modified chassis which excludes the rear frame that would hold the pillion seat. It comes with a single-piece cantilever seat for the rider with an adjustment for relaxed and sporty stance. The front part of the bike including the headlight cluster, front suspension, tyres, brakes, fuel tank and front chassis are all directly lifted from the Jawa Forty-Two and the Standard.

Its double cradle frame has been modified to include a monoshock suspension unit at the back while the front suspension setup is taken care of by a pair of telescopic forks. The wheelbase of the bobber is pretty long at 1485 mm which is 116 mm more than the regular Jawa bikes. Therefore, Perak will offer better high speed straight-line stability on the highways and there won’t be much problem back in the cities due to the same because the rake angle is lower and in the vicinity of other naked bikes in India.

To keep the things classic, the company continued with the same-old single-pod instrument cluster which comes with an analogue speedometer, fuel gauge and an LCD screen offering odometer and trip meters. The company should have redesigned the meter console of the Perak to bring in more features. All you get are the halogen bulbs and no LED bulbs can be found on the classic bike.

The saddle height on the Perak is still lower at just 750 mm which makes it highly accessible for all kinds of riders. The kerb weight of the bike stands at 175 kg which is slightly higher than the Jawa Standard’s 172 kg.

Jawa Perak continues to wear steel spoke wheels with tubed type tyres wrapped around it for classic look. The tyres are wider at 100/90-18 section at the front and 140/70-17 section at the rear. Both these tyres are sourced from MRF and delivers excellent grip levels. TO make it in line with the bike’s theme, the steel rims and the spokes are painted in black colour.

To bring the bike to a safe halt, the company has plonked a 280 mm front disc brake and 240 mm disc brake at the rear. A dual channel ABS accompanies the braking setup and provides good level of safety to the rider.

ModelJawa Perak
Engine334 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power30 bhp
Torque32.74 Nm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre100/90-18
Rear Tyre140/70-17
Front BrakeDisc - 280mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight175 kg
Fuel Tank14 Ltr
Mileage32 kmpl
Top Speed135 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,06,187

KTM RC 200

The RC 200 is the next bike on this list and it is the only sports bike capable of delivering track level performance and handling characteristics. It is designed and developed on the chassis of 200 Duke and offers precise handling on the race tracks. RC 200 is a powerful track bike for those who want something other than the R15 and learn racing through a powerful entry-level sports bike.

KTM RC 200 is now priced at Rs 2.08 lakh ex -showroom, New Delhi which is around Rs 28,000 more expensive than the RC 125. With increased price of the new R15 V4, the price gap between these bikes have been reduced to just Rs 30,000 to Rs 40,000 for the different variants of the R15 V4. IT is a 200cc bike which is more expensive than the Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 as well but offers extreme performance numbers. Bajaj’s Pulsar RS 200 seems a lot cheaper compared to the RC 200 at a price tag of just Rs 1.64 lakh ex-showroom.

The RC 200 is not your regular bike to commuter through the city roads. It is rather a full-fledged track machine with committed ergonomics, a low positioned clip-on handlebars and high saddle height of 828 mm. KTM RC is not meant for daily commuters because it is not a comfortable bike to ride on the traffic-clad city streets.

The sports bike from KTM is built around a steel trellis frame that provides excellent level of handling characteristics due to higher chassis stiffness. You can easily knee-down on the RC around the corners and thank its built quality and grippy tyres. The geometry of the bike has been designed to keep the focus on the rider on the control with stiffer suspension and radially mounted brake callipers for best-in-class feedback form the tyres and the brakes.

The RC 200 draws power from a high revving, liquid-cooled, short-stroke, fuel-injected, 199.5cc, single-cylinder, 4-valve DOHC engine churning out respectable 24.6 bhp of max power at 10,000 rpm and 19.3 Nm of twisting force at 8000 rpm. It comes connected with a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox with short gear ratios for quick acceleration that are also placed for allowing the rider to understand the ratios better for slotting into the perfect gear for fastest lap timing.

KTM RC 200 dashes to 100 kmph from zero in a little over 10 seconds and tops out at nearly 140 kmph. The roll-on acceleration is also best-in the segment due to close ratio gearbox.

This is a sports bike and the concept of fuel efficiency doesn’t matter to the one purchasing it for racing. However, if you really want to know, it can manage somewhere around 30 to 32 kmpl I mixed riding conditions. It will be great task if someone completes 300 km of distance with its 9.5-litre fuel tank capacity.

There is a small LCD screen offered on the RC 200 just like other bikes from KTM. This multi-information display is filled with readouts like a speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator, shift light, engine coolant temperature gauge, instantaneous fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, distance to empty and much more. The new generation RC 200 will get a better and bigger LCD meter console which is just around the corner.

In terms of features, there are two projector headlights with halogen bulbs which are sharp and offer great illumination during night time. Rest all of the lighting, that includes tail-light and the turn indicators, are of LED origins. The rider can bend down behind the tall sporty visor to deflect all the high-speed windblast for better aerodynamics on a race circuit.

The suspension system on the RC 200 is comprised of USD forks at the front end with a monoshock at the rear. These units are tuned towards a stiffer side and delivers precision ride characterises. When this sports bike is taken on the bad patches of roads, the jolts from the roads are travelled to the rider which are unsettling.

The braking power on the RC 200 comes from a 300 mm front disc brake and 230 mm rear disc brake that are gripped by radially mounted 4-piston calliper up front and a floating single piston calliper at the rear. A dual channel ABS comes as standard fitment offering superior braking control over the wet and slippery surface.

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ModelKTM RC 200
Engine199.5 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power24.6 bhp @ 10,000 rpm
Torque19.2 Nm @ 8,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 R17
Rear Tyre150/60 R17
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight160.6 kg
Fuel Tank9.5 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed140 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,08,602

Husqvarna Vitpilen 250

Up next, we have the Vitpilen 250 from the stable of Husqvarna and it is a classic styled café racer motorcycle. It is built on the KTM Duke platform but has a completely different design language. There is a round LED headlight with rest of the lightning system using LED units. Vitpilen is a Swedish word which means White Arrow and thus the bike comes in white colour with a contrasting shade.

The most affordable café racer bike carries a price tag of Rs 2.10 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and are much cheaper than other KTM 250 Duke despite having the same platform and engine. Bajaj is slowly increasing the price of the Husqvarna bikes as people are knowing about the brand with passing time.

For starters, the Vitpilen is a compact motorcycle and taller riders might find it cramped. On the contrary to this, the saddle height stands at 842 mm on which no short rider could manage the bike.

On the powertrain front, the Husqvarna Vitpilen 250 gets 250 Duke sourced 248.8cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. This mill dishes out 29.63 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and 24 Nm of peak torque comes up at 7500 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handles the power transmission. This bike is 166 kg heavy and the acceleration you get on this café racer is intense as 100 kmph comes up in just 9.25 seconds with a top speed of around 150 kmph.

It comes with a small 9.5-litre fuel tank which when combined with average mileage of 30 kmpl will let you cover 270 km in a single tankful.

Its features a small and round fully digital meter console with a plethora of information on offer. You get a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, gear position indicator, average fuel consumption readout, instantaneous fuel consumption and more.

Similar to the Duke and RC series of bikes, the Vitpilen rides on 110 mm and 150 mm cross-section tyres at the front and the rear with soft rubber compound that offers excellent grip on both dry and wet roads. The suspension system on the bike is taken care of by USD forks at the front and adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. This suspension tuning is towards a stiffer side leading to undulation being felt by the riders on broken section of roads.

You get a large 320 mm disc brake on the front wheel and 230 mm rear disc brake unit. Both these discs are gripped by radially mounted callipers and floating callipers at the front and the rear. Further rider safety is offered by a dual-channel ABS that prevents tyres from skidding over the lose surface or wet roads.

ModelHusqvarna Vitpilen 250
Engine248.8 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power29.63 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70-R17 54S
Rear Tyre150/60-R17 66S
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight166 kg
Fuel Tank9.5 Ltr
Mileage31.85 kmpl
Top Speed146 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,10,022

Husqvarna Svartpilen 250

After the Vitpilen 250, we have the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250. It is a bike which you can say, a hybrid between a streetfighter motorcycle and a scrambler. The design of the Svartpilen reminds us of the retro-modern bikes and its off-road spec tyres makes it a scrambler motorcycle for taking on the off-road terrain.

The meaning of the word ‘Svartpilen’ means Black arrow and therefore the bike is available in Black colour shade with contracting elements to make the bike look cooler and beautiful. It is priced at Rs 2,10,650 only a small amount over the Vitpilen.

On one hand where Vitpilen gets lower-set clip-on handlebars with committed riding posture, the Svartpilen gets fairly raised bar-type handlebar which allows the rider to sit comfortably in upright posture. Hence, the bike is a good commuter as well as ride on the highways will be easier and comfortable on the Black Arrow.

Svartpilen is a bit lower on the saddle height at 835 mm but it is still on the higher side for the average height of Indians. Similar to the Vitpilen, the Svartpilen is also a compact bike and therefore suited for a small range of riders.

On the powertrain front, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250 gets 250 Duke derived 248.8cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. This mill dishes out 29.63 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and 24 Nm of peak torque comes up at 7500 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handles the power transmission. This bike is 166 kg heavy and the acceleration you get on this café racer is intense as 100 kmph comes up in just 9.25 seconds with a top speed of around 150 kmph.

For a scrambler come touring bike, the Svartpilen unfortunately gets a very small 9.5-litre fuel tank which when combined with average mileage of 30 kmpl will let you cover 270 km in a single tankful.

Its features a small and round fully digital meter console that goes with the round headlight theme of the bike and offers an array of information on offer. You get a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, gear position indicator, average fuel consumption readout, instantaneous fuel consumption and more.

Similar to the Duke and RC series of bikes, the Svartpilen rides on 110 mm and 150 mm cross-section tyres at the front and the rear with block pattern tyres for allowing it to tackle the off-road trails. However, the USD forks at the front and adjustable monoshock unit at the rear are tuned towards a stiffer side and riding on the off-road trails will be uncomforting and unsettling for the rider.

Braking duties are handled by a large 320 mm disc brake on the front wheel and 230 mm rear disc brake unit. Both these discs are gripped by radially mounted callipers and floating callipers at the front and the rear. Further rider safety is offered by a dual-channel ABS that prevents tyres from skidding over the lose surface or wet roads.

ModelHusqvarna Svartpilen 250
Engine248.8 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power29.63 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70-R17 54H
Rear Tyre150/60-R17 66H
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight166 kg
Fuel Tank9.5 Ltr
Mileage31.85 kmpl
Top Speed146 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,10,650

Royal Enfield Himalayan

The Himalayan is one of the two adventure bikes available in this price range while the Royal Enfield being the more affordable one. It is one of the best adventure and off-road bikes on sale in India and also the best seller in its segment. Over 1000 people buy the Himalayan on a monthly basis which is a good volume for a bike of bike capability.

After recent price hike, the Royal Enfield Himalayan now starts from Rs 2.10 lakh ex-showroom For the base variant with gravel grey and mirage silver colour schemes. The Lake Blue and Rock Red colour options are available for Rs 2.14 lakh while the Granite Black cost Rs 2.18 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. The prices of motorcycles are on a rise due to many underlying reasons best known to the manufacturers.

Royal Enfield Himalayan is a feature-rich bike and is fully capable of handling all kinds of terrain. Be it road, no-road, gravel, mud, sand, snow or water crossing, the Himalayan is able to ride through all these terrains with the help of components that we are going to see next.

Starting with the components, the bike gets large 21-inch spoke wheel at the front with a tube-type 90/90 dual purpose tyre. At the rear, there is a 17-inch spoked rim with 120/90 section dual purpose tyre. The dual-purpose tyres come with block patterns that are ideal for off-roading and also offer decent grip on the roads. Hence you don’t have to change the tyres to take the bike for off-road adventures.

The next best thing is the off-road tuned suspension with long wheel travel at both ends. A pair of telescopic forks offer 190 mm front wheel travel and rear monoshock suspension has 180 mm rear wheel travel. The wheel travel is far superior and can be used to tackle the off-road without any doubt or secondary thoughts. These suspension units are tuned to a balance of soft and stiffness and absorbs all the undulations with ease providing a comfortable and plush ride.

Another thing is the perfect ergonomics that you would expect from an adventure tourer. The handlebars are positioned at the right height allowing the riders to hold them without excess stretch. Rider get to place his/her feet on the centre-set footpegs that also allows the rider to stand on them for off-road fun. Coming to the seats, the Himalayan has large seats for both the rider and the pillion and allows for frequent adjustments while riding on the highways.

It gets a large windshield visor to protect the rider from high-speed wind-blasts on the highway rides. One can easily stay on the saddle for long distances without being succumbing to the wind buffeting and tiredness caused by the same.

Moving on to the powertrain of the Himalayan, the adventure bike from Royal Enfield gets an air-cooled, 411cc, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 2-valve SOHC, four-stroke engine. This long-stroke motor develops 24.3 bhp of power at 6500 rpm and 32 Nm twisting force at 4500 rpm. A 5-speed gearbox delivers power to the rear wheel through a wet-multiplate clutch. It is a pretty heavy motorcycle with 199 kg kerb weight causing the bike to feel under-powered at times. The power to weight ratio stands at just 122 bhp per ton.

A 15-litre fuel tank when coupled with an average mileage of 30 kmpl on the highways can get you a riding range of over 450 km in a single tankful. There will be lesser fuel stops on the long hauls with this kind of tank range.

Speaking about the instrumentation the Himalayan, the dashboard looks neat and with multiple dials, offers a kind of satisfaction. There is a large analogue speedometer with LCD display for offering digital readouts like odometer, trip meter, average speed, ambient temperature and so on. A tachometer is also available for counting the engine revs on the right side. Under the tachometer, you get to see an analogue fuel gauge and a digital compass. Further, a Bluetooth enabled tripper navigation system is equipped on this machine for providing turn-by-turn GPS navigation.

The braking department on the bike is handled by 300 mm and 240 mm disc brake at front and the rear gripped by Bybre callipers. A dual-channel ABS comes standard which can be switched into a single channel unit for sliding the rear tyres around the turns on the off-road trails. It also comes with a hazard switch for enhancing the visibility in low visibility areas.

ModelRoyal Enfield Himalayan
Engine411 cc
CoolingAir-Cooled
Power24.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm
Torque32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Gearbox5-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre90/90 - 21"
Rear Tyre120/90 - 17"
Front BrakeDisc - 300mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 240mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight199 kg
Fuel Tank15 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed133 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,10,784

Bajaj Dominar 400

Today’s young generation of riders love to tour long distances on their motorcycles and to offer a near-perfect hyper tourer, Bajaj launched the Dominar 400 for the masses. The bike was launched at a fair price tag of Rs 1.74 lakh but after many price corrections and hikes, the current price tag of the Dominar 400 is pegged at Rs 2.12 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

This particular machine is among the most powerful and highest capacity touring motorcycle on sale in Indian and when we look at the prices of other bikes in this segment, the Dominar is still available at a fair price. The KTM 250 Duke is cost Rs 16,000 expensive than this and comes with a smaller engine and delivers a far lower performance level when compared to the Dominar. Bajaj offers value for money bikes which are capable and cheap to maintain as well.

Staring with the powertrain of the Dominar 400, there is a 373.2cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. This mill dishes out healthy 39.42 bhp of max power at 8800 rpm and 35 Nm torque at 6500 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox tackles the transmission duties via a slipper clutch. If you consider the power to money ratio, it is among the most affordable bikes on sale in India.

Dominar 400 can hit 100 kmph in just 7.6 seconds and the powerplant has enough grunt to push the bike to a top speed of over 160 kmph. For an entry-level hyper tourer, the cruising on the highways is pegged at 100-120 kmph without straining the engine. However, you have to compromise on the fuel economy as you can expect it to deliver around 25 to 27 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. With a 13-litre fuel tank, the bike is able to provide a riding range of 350 km. You can expect a slightly more on the highways when ridden at sane speeds.

You are greeted by a fully digital instrument panel that offers everything from speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, average fuel economy and instantaneous fuel economy with distance to empty readout. There is another digital screen fitted on the top of fuel tank that displays info regarding the odometer and trip meter with gear position indicator. The seat height on the Dominar 400 is 800 mm which is well-balanced for most riders but with the kerb weight of 185 kg, shorter riders might find it difficult to manage the bike in tight situations.

However, the high kerb weight of Dominar 400 also provides greater stability on the highways when you ride it at high speed. You get no wind protection and high-speed runs will be tiresome for long duration of time.

In term of features, you get a comfortable well-padded seat for the rider and the pillion allowing for long distance touring. It gets a unique headlight cluster with 8-segment LED units that perfectly illuminates the roads during night time. The riding posture is upright with mid-reach handlebars with footpegs positioned rear-set for sporty dynamics.

Bajaj Dominar 400 is built on a highly rigid pressed steel perimeter frame that provides good stability and sporty cornering attributes. Suspended on a pair of USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear, the Dominar 400 provides a good balance of comfort and stability without compromising on the ride over bad patches of roads.

With large 320 mm rotor at the front and 230 mm rotor at the rear, the Dominar 400 comes with strong brake equipment. The front disc is gripped by a radially mounted twin-piston callipers while the rear disc gets a single piston floating calliper. A dual channel ABS is present for providing better safety to the rider under challenging situations.

ModelBajaj Dominar 400
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power39.42 bhp @ 8,800 rpm
Torque35 Nm @ 6,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70-R17
Rear Tyre150/60-R17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight185 kg
Fuel Tank13 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,12,155

KTM 250 Duke

KTM 250 Duke is among the best seller in KTM India’s product line-up because of price correction of the KTM 390 Duke and the 200 Duke. People are now coming and settling for the 250 Duke which offers best of both worlds. It is bigger and bad than the 200 Duke and with enhanced performance, the feeling of a powerful Duke comes into mind. Unlike the fuel guzzling 390 Duke, the fuel efficiency figure of the 250 Duke is also in line with the segment and doesn’t burn the riders’ pockets.

At present, the KTM 250 Duke carries a price tag of Rs 2.28 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which makes it quite far from the price of the 200 Duke which comes at 1.85 lakh only. This price is till closer to the 200 Duke than when compared with the price of KTM 390 Duke. Thus, the bike seems to be more value for money and offers decent KTM performance.

When compared to the other 250cc bikes in the market, the 250 Duke is the most expensive quarter-litre streetfighter motorcycle. Yamaha FZ25 is available only for Rs 1.34 lakh making it around Rs 1 lakh cheaper than the Duke. You have the option of Bajaj Dominar 250 that carries a price tag of Rs 1.54 lakh, the Gixxer 250 and Gixxer SF 250 available for Rs 1.71 lakh and 1.81 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. Leaving that aside, more powerful and meaner Dominar 400 is also more affordable than the Duke 250.

The design of the 250 Duke is the most impressive one. It is sharp from all angles; the edges are sleek and beautifully done to deliver maximum attraction levels. With orange colour schemes, the bike is an eye-candy. To keep the prices in check, the headlight cluster on the 250 Duke uses halogen bulbs while the turn indicators and tail-light uses LED units.

It is an aggressive naked bike and thus the handlebar reach is short and the rider sits in a completely upright posture with short reach handlebars offering total control of the bike to the rider. The fuel tank is small and raised handlebars don’t touch the fuel tank when the wheel is turned to extreme locking position.

Powering the KTM Duke 250 is a 248.8 cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 4-valve DOHC engine. This engine belts out striking 29.6 bhp of power at 9000 rpm and 24 Nm of torque at 7500 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is paired with the motor sorted out to deliver hair-raising acceleration. The sprint from 0 to 100 kmph takes about 9 seconds and the engine pulls the machine to a top speed of 142 kmph.

Speaking about the mileage, the KTM 250 Duke is an aggressive machine and most riders buying this bike will ride in the way it is meant to be ridden. And in that case, the average mileage you can expect from this machine is between 25 to 30 kmpl at max in the city riding conditions. Out on the highways and when ridden at a constant speed, the 250Duke can return a respectable mileage of over 30 kmpl. Anything between 350 to 380 km of riding range is available with a 13.5-litre fuel tank capacity that this bike comes with.

Even after years of its introduction, the KTM 250 Duke still uses a small LCD type fully digital instrument cluster that offer a range of information to the rider. You get a speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator, shift light, engine coolant temperature gauge, instantaneous fuel efficiency, average fuel efficiency, distance to empty and much more.

KTM Duke 250 is built around a steel trellis frame which gives this bike its precise handling characteristics on the roads. The bike is suspended on USD forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear which is adjustable for preload. No doubt KTM bikes are tuned with stiff suspension setup that offers great feedback from the road at all speeds. You can easily ride the bike around the corners with ease and with a sense of total control even at higher speeds. However, the ride on the broken set of roads will send jolts from the roads which are uncomfortable ad not bearable.

There is a 300 mm front disc with radially mounted 4-piston calliper at the front and 230 mm rear disc is present at the rear. Dual-channel ABS offers complete rider safety under hard and emergency braking.

One gripe which shorter riders might feel is the taller saddle height of 830 mm which is only comfortable for tall riders.

ModelKTM 250 Duke
Engine248.8 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power29.6 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 x 17
Rear Tyre150/60 x 17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight169 kg
Fuel Tank13.5 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed142 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,28,736

CFMoto 300NK

Just recently, Chinese motorcycle manufacturer CFMoto launched its entire range of bikes in India staring with the smallest capacity CFMoto 300NK. The 300 NK is a naked bike with 300cc engine coming at a price tag which is hard to touch for most new manufacturers. The main rival to the 300 NK is none other than the KTM 250 Duke as it is also an aggressive naked streetfighter motorcycle with aggressive riding posture for daily city riding and occasional weekend getaways.

Priced at Rs 2.29 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, the CFMoto 300 NK is a perfectly price against Rs 2.28 lakh of the 250 Duke. There are two colour options available on the 300 NK – One is Grey with Blue Frame and Alloys and the other one is Black with grey contrast and black frame and alloys. Black is more contemporary and gel well with the masses while the grey colour with light blue alloy wheels is kind of trendy and is completely subjected to one’s taste.

In terms of design, the 300 NK is a sharp bike with flat handlebars with short reach for the rider. With flat seat and split seat for the rider, the bike provides comfortable and commanding upright riding posture. The saddle height is pegged at 795 mm which is far better than Duke’s 830 mm and allows for shorter people to have their personal naked streetfighter machine. The design of both the KTM and CFMoto bikes are provided by a same company.

At the heart of the CFMoto 300 NK, you get to see a single-cylinder, 292.4cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. For cancelling out the vibrations, there is a balancer shaft present in the engine thereby offering vibe free rides. This powerplant makes 27.49 bhp at 8750 rpm and peak torque of 25 Nm comes up at 7000 rpm. For a 30cc engine, the torque is low but when compared to the 250 Duke, the torque rating is greater. It is paired with a 6-speed gearbox which has taller gear ratios for stress-free rides in the city as well as on the highways.

CFMoto 300 NK is expected to performance better the Duke 250 with 0 to 100 kmph is under 9 seconds and top speed of around 140 kmph. For a new brand and for those who are looking to purchase a premium bike, the CFMoto 300 NK is just the right bike to look at. The highway cruising ability of the bike is also admirable as it can easily run at 100 kmph all day long.

There is a 12.5-litre fuel tank capacity on the 300 NK and with an average mileage of 28 kmpl, the bike can cover around 350 km in a single tankful.

The dashboard is equipped with a full-colour TFT screen with number of information onboard. It gets two ride modes – Rain and Sport, which is a first for the segment. The rain mode reduces the throttle response and increases the ABS intervention while the Sport mode unleashes full throttle impact on the performance. However, there is no different power maps as available on the Apache RR310. You get a speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip computer, engine coolant temperature among other on the TFT display. This meter console changes its lighting in day light and night light which is a convenient feature.

The NK is built around a steel trellis frame similar to that of the 250 Duke and therefore you can expect sharp handling from the bike. Its kerb weight is quite low at just 151 kg which is on par with some 150cc and 200cc bikes.

There is a pair of USD forks at the front with monoshock dealing at the rear offering a stiff ride leading to exceptional handling and cornering ability. The ground clearance of 150 mm is quite low for Indian roads and should have been a bit more.

On the braking section, the bike is equipped with disc brakes on both wheels with a larger rotor at the front and a small rotor at the rear with unspecified diameter. These rotors are gripped by J Juan callipers at both ends. A dual channel ABS accompanies the braking system for creating a safety net around the rider on slippery and lose surface.

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ModelCFMoto 300NK
Engine292.4 cc
CoolingLiquid-cooled
Power27.49 bhp @ 8,750 rpm
Torque25 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70 R17
Rear Tyre140/60 R17
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSDual-Channel
Weight151 kg
Fuel Tank12.5 Ltr
Mileage28 kmpl
Top Speed140 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,29,000

KTM 250 Adventure

On the platform of the KTM 250 Duke, the Austrian company has made another bike called the 250 Adventure. Unlike what Duke offers, the 250 Adventure is a powerful and stylish adventure tourer motorcycle that can withstand the long-distance highway rides. In this list, this is the only bike apart from the Royal Enfield Himalayan which is an adventure tourer offering the enthusiasts with comfortable and capable touring machine.

KTM 250 Adventure’s price has been slashed by the company to make it more affordable for the entry-level riders looking for a capable highway tourer. At present, the bike is priced at Rs 2.30 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which is on par with the features that it comes with. Previously, the Adventure was an expensive deal to purchase for the number of features on it were lacking when compared to its elder sibling, the 390 Adventure.

The concept of KTM 250 Adventure is to offer a comfortable upright riding posture with raised handlebars and centre-set footpegs. With this, the rider sits relaxed on the large and well-padded seats that allows the rider to cover large distances without exhaustion. The seats on the 250 Adventure are something to talk about because of its large dimensions that offers good space for both the rider and the pillion. A tall windscreen provides protection from the high-speed wind-blast that tend to tire the riders more often and too frequently.

There is 19-inch front alloy wheel and 17-inch rear alloy wheel that are wrapped with dual purpose tyres. You can therefore, easily ride the bike on off-road trails but hardcore off-roading should not be performed on this machine as there is a risk of cracking the alloy wheels under heavy impacts. You get 100/90 and 130/80 section tyres at the front and the rear respectively. The dual-channel ABS on the bike is a switchable unit that turn off the ABS at the rear wheel for allowing the riders to slide the rear wheel on the oof-road trails.

KTM 250 Adventure is powered by a 248.8cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. This powerplant is designed to pump out massive 29.6 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and 24 Nm peak torque at 7500 rpm. The transmission duties are handled by a 6-speed gearbox which has been tuned to offer good acceleration and performance on the off-road conditions and the highways. However, the low-end torque misses out when needed because most of the torque is produces higher up in the rev range.

In terms of highway cruising, the KTM 250 Adventure offers a stable and stress-free 100 kmph cursing speed for all day riding without any issues like heating or excessive vibrations. It takes around 10 seconds with a top speed in the region of 140 kmph.

Coming to the mileage, the 250 Adventure offers around 32 kmpl of mileage on the highway runs while the city mileage is only 25 to 27 kmpl. Being an adventure tourer, the bike gets a larger fuel tank when compared to the Duke 250 at 14.5 litres of volume. With this kind of volume, the bike can be ridden to 430 to 450 km on the highways. The city range is under 400 km mark due to lower fuel efficiency.

KTM 250 Adventure features a large and different fully digital meter console but not a TFT unit with Bluetooth connectivity as you get on the Duke 390 and 390 Adventure. The information available on the panel are – speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge, instantaneous fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, distance to empty, gear position indicator and much more. The font used in the Indication are also larger than before which is ease to comprehend while on the run.

KTM 250 Adventure comes fitted with USD forks at the front and adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. This setup delivers long wheel travel of 170 mm at the front wheel and 177 mm at the rear wheel which are more than sufficient for off-road trails and broken or unpaved roads. The higher suspension setup provides 200 mm ground clearance which is again enough for mild off-roading.

With a steel trellis frame that binds the bike together, the ride and handling are top-notch and confidence inspiring. The suspension system offers good level of comfort to the rider as it absorbs bumps and undulations with remarkable capacity.

You get a 300 mm front rotor which is gripped by radially mounted 4-piston calliper and 230 mm rear disc brake unit with single piston calliper. Further safety to the rider is offered by a dual-channel ABS with switchable function.

ModelKTM 250 Adventure
Engine248.8 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power29.6 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre100/90 x 19
Rear Tyre130/80 x 17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight177 kg
Fuel Tank14.5 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed140 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 2,30,003

In Conclusion

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Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Jawa Perak334 ccLiquid-Cooled30 bhp32.74 Nm6-Speed
KTM RC 200199.5 ccLiquid-Cooled24.6 bhp @ 10,000 rpm19.2 Nm @ 8,000 rpm6-Speed
Husqvarna Vitpilen 250248.8 ccLiquid-Cooled29.63 bhp @ 9,000 rpm24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250248.8 ccLiquid-Cooled29.63 bhp @ 9,000 rpm24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed
Royal Enfield Himalayan411 ccAir-Cooled24.3 bhp @ 6,500 rpm32 Nm @ 4,500 rpm5-Speed
Bajaj Dominar 400373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled39.42 bhp @ 8,800 rpm35 Nm @ 6,500 rpm6-Speed
KTM 250 Duke248.8 ccLiquid-Cooled29.6 bhp @ 9,000 rpm24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed
CFMoto 300NK292.4 ccLiquid-cooled27.49 bhp @ 8,750 rpm25 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
KTM 250 Adventure248.8 ccLiquid-Cooled29.6 bhp @ 9,000 rpm24 Nm @ 7,500 rpm6-Speed

Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Jawa PerakTelescopic ForksMonoshock100/90-18140/70-17
KTM RC 200USD ForksMonoshock110/70 R17150/60 R17
Husqvarna Vitpilen 250USD ForksMonoshock110/70-R17 54S150/60-R17 66S
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250USD ForksMonoshock110/70-R17 54H150/60-R17 66H
Royal Enfield HimalayanTelescopic ForksMonoshock90/90 - 21"120/90 - 17"
Bajaj Dominar 400USD ForksMonoshock110/70-R17150/60-R17
KTM 250 DukeUSD ForksMonoshock110/70 x 17150/60 x 17
CFMoto 300NKUSD ForksMonoshock110/70 R17140/60 R17
KTM 250 AdventureUSD ForksMonoshock100/90 x 19130/80 x 17

Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Jawa PerakDisc - 280mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel175 kg
KTM RC 200Disc - 300mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel160.6 kg
Husqvarna Vitpilen 250Disc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel166 kg
Husqvarna Svartpilen 250Disc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel166 kg
Royal Enfield HimalayanDisc - 300mmDisc - 240mmDual-Channel199 kg
Bajaj Dominar 400Disc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel185 kg
KTM 250 DukeDisc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel169 kg
CFMoto 300NKDiscDiscDual-Channel151 kg
KTM 250 AdventureDisc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel177 kg

Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedEx-showroom Price
Jawa Perak14 Ltr32 kmpl135 kmph₹ 2,06,187
KTM RC 2009.5 Ltr30 kmpl140 kmph₹ 2,08,602
Husqvarna Vitpilen 2509.5 Ltr31.85 kmpl146 kmph₹ 2,10,022
Husqvarna Svartpilen 2509.5 Ltr31.85 kmpl146 kmph₹ 2,10,650
Royal Enfield Himalayan15 Ltr30 kmpl133 kmph₹ 2,10,784
Bajaj Dominar 40013 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 2,12,155
KTM 250 Duke13.5 Ltr30 kmpl142 kmph₹ 2,28,736
CFMoto 300NK12.5 Ltr28 kmpl140 kmph₹ 2,29,000
KTM 250 Adventure14.5 Ltr30 kmpl140 kmph₹ 2,30,003

Top Bikes Under 2.5 Lakhs in India FAQs

Q: Which bike under 2.5 lakh is the fastest bike?
A: The fastest bike under 2.5 lakhs is Bajaj Dominar 400. It accelerates from 0 to 100 kmph in 7.6 seconds and has a top speed of 160 kmph.

Q: What is the price range of top bikes under 2.5 lakhs in India?
A: The price range of top bikes under 2.5 lakhs starts from Rs 2.06 lakhs for Jawa Perak and goes up to Rs 2.30 lakh for KTM Adventure 250. All these prices are ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: Which is the most affordable bike under 2.5 lakhs?
A: The most affordable bike under 2.5 lakhs is Jawa Perak which carries a price tag of Rs 1,06,187 ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: What are some popular bike models under 2.5 lakhs on sale in India?
A: The most popular bike models under 2.5 lakhs are – Bajaj Dominar 400, KTM RC 200, Husqvarna Svartpilen 250, Royal Enfield Himalayan 400, KTM 250 Duke, Jawa Perak and KTM 250 Adventure.

Q: Which bike under 2.5 lakhs is best for touring?
A: Royal Enfield Himalayan and KTM 250 Adventure are the best bikes under 2.5 lakhs that are best for touring long distances.

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