Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India 2021-22 – Price, Mileage, Specifications, Colors, Images

Akash Vashisth
Akash Vashisth
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As the young Indians are becoming skillful year on year, the disposable income is on a rise among the youth. With this rising income, the young Indians are moving towards the premium motorcycle segment. Yes, the sales on bikes between Rs 3 lakhs and Rs 6 lakhs in increasing on a monthly basis and it will be the next hot spot in the coming years.

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Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs price list in India

ModelEx-showroom Price
Kawasaki Ninja 300₹ 3,18,000
KTM 390 Adventure₹ 3,28,286
CFMoto 650NK₹ 4,29,000
Benelli Leoncino 500₹ 4,84,900
Benelli TRK 502₹ 4,94,900
Benelli 502C₹ 5,09,900
CFMoto 650 MT₹ 5,29,000
Benelli TRK 502X₹ 5,39,000
CFMoto 650 GT₹ 5,59,000

In this price range of 3 lakhs and 6 lakhs, there are nine motorcycles are present as of now. The companies which offer premium machines in this price range are Kawasaki, KTM, CFMoto and Benelli. Benelli and CFMoto are fairly new companies in the Indian market when compared to the KTM and Kawasaki brands. With rising prices among the established manufacturers like Kawasaki, the new brands such as Benelli and CFMoto are able to entice young riders with their new offerings which seems to be highly value for money proposition against the rivals.

The cheapest bike on this list in the Kawasaki Ninja 300 which carries a price tag of Rs 3.18 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. On the other hand, the most expensive motorcycle here is the CFMoto 650 GT that is available for Rs 5.59 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi. Both the most affordable and most expensive machines in this list are the sports tourer bikes whose sole purpose is to offer their riders a comfortable ride experience over the roads less travelled.

In this price range, the smallest capacity engine is 300cc which comes on the Kawasaki Ninja 300R while the largest motor is available on the CFMoto bikes which displaces 650 cubic centimetres with parallel twin engine configuration. There are four bikes from the house of Benelli and all of them powered by 500cc parallel twin engine. Let’s dive into the complete details and specifications of the premium bikes that we have on our disposal.

Kawasaki Ninja 300

In the years 2014, the Japanese motorcycle, manufacturer, Kawasaki, had launched its modern and updated Ninja 300 sports bike to replace the ageing Ninja 250R. Back, then the bike was welcomed with open hands but the problem was the price tag which was out of reach for many. After passing down the years, the Japanese bike maker manufactured the bike in India by accumulating local manufacturing vendors for the parts of the sports bike.

The price had fell to Rs 2.98 lakh mark and the sales picked up continued till the bike was discontinued because of BS6 emission norms. This year, the company had launched the sports bike again to bring the attention of young riders towards them. At present, the Ninja 300R carries a price tag of Rs 3.18 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which is fairly price priced for a parallel-twin sports bike with the soul of decades of Kawasaki’s racing pedigree. The price increment over the BS4 version is just Rs 20,000 which is quite acceptable because most bikes received 8,000 to 12,000 increments in price due to the addition of BS6 emission technology.

Speaking about the design, the sports bike from Kawasaki continues to employ same old twin-headlight design of the old generation bigger Ninjas. We had expected the company to bring on the table the latest and more aggressive design language of the ZX series of bikes. However, the design is still young and vibrant and gel well with the other sports bike in the market.

The Ninja 300 is Rs 58,000 more expensive than the TVS Apache RR310 and around Rs 40,000 over the RC 390. Both these bikes offer race-tuned components like Trellis frame, USD forks and radially mounted brake callipers for greater braking performance.

Powering the all-new BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 300 is a liquid-cooled, four-stroke, 296cc, parallel-twin, multi-port fuel injected, 8-valve DOHC engine. This mill gets dual throttle bodies for precision throttle control which is derived from the bigger Ninjas and helps in the production of 38.88 bhp at 11,000 rpm and 26.1 Nm torque at 10,000 rpm. If you have noticed, the torque is down by 0.9 Nm which will definitely affect the initial acceleration and roll-on acceleration of the bike in the real-world riding scenarios. The power is sent to the rear wheel via a slipper clutch and a 6-speed gearbox.

With added catalytic convertor and certain components to make the engine meet BS6 emission norms, the new Ninja 300R tips the scale at 179 kg a generous increase of 5 kg from the previous BS4 version of the bike. We expect the new machine to accelerated from 0 to 100 kmph in around 6.5 second and manage to hit a top speed of 170 kmph. It is still made to perform and bring smile on the face of the riders.

Moving on to the fuel economy, the powerful and mean Ninja 300R can deliver a mileage in the range of 25 to 30 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. There is nothing wrong to expect 27 kmpl on the highways with greater cruising speed. With a large 17-litre fuel tank, the bike can be ridden to over 400 km in a single tankful. This prevents the rider from queuing up on the fuel stations more often.

Coming to the segment in which it rests, the new Ninja 300R is a sports tourer increased of a full-fledged track machine because of comfier riding posture. Yes, the handlebars are clip-on type but are raised to a fairly high level allowing the rider to lean forward but only up to a level where it is comfortable to hold for long time. The seat is also comfortable and offers more than sufficient space for both rider and the pillion.

The company has ensured that engine heat from the radiator does not fry p the legs of the rider and the heat is vented to out away from the rider’s legs. This makes it a perfect city commuter as well. A tall visor at the front and full fairing around the bike deflects the high-speed wind-blast away from the rider’s head which improves the saddle time and the cruising speed. Speaking about the cruising speed, the bike has enough power to be ridden at 100 to 120 kmph all day long without tiring the rider.

For touring purpose, you can find some aftermarket saddlebags or panniers to increase the luggage carrying capacity of the bike allowing you to take essential things with you on long rides.

On the dashboard, you’ll find the same old analogue-digital instrument cluster that offers a large central tachometer and a small LCD screen for rest of the details like speed, odometer, trip meters and fuel gauge. On one side where the new manufacturers are offering TFT display with connectivity features, the Ninja’s old meter console doesn’t go well with the new generation of riders and the market they step in.

However, the popularity and the essence of the Ninja lineage of bikes continues to remain the same and the lovers of the Ninja 300 will get one no matter what the conditions and features are.

The Ninja 300 is built around rigid diamond type frame that offers great handling characteristics. It features telescopic forks at the front and a bottom link Uni-Trak monoshock suspension with gas reservoir and 5-step preload adjustment at the rear. This setup is tuned to provide a balanced ride and handling to the bike making it easy to take around the corners with solid stability on the highway rides as well as ability to absorb undulations on the broken patches of roads.

The hardware which is present on the Ninja 300 to bring it back from menacing speeds are 290 mm front disc gripped by a two-piston calliper at the front and a 220 mm disc brake unit with single piston calliper at the rear. Rider safety is offered by a dual-channel ABS which manages to keep tyres from skidding on the loose gravel or wet surface.

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ModelKawasaki Ninja 300
Engine296 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power38.88 bhp @ 11,000 rpm
Torque26.1 Nm @ 10,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/70R17 M/C 54H
Rear Tyre140/70R17 M/C 66H
Front BrakeDisc - 290 mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 220 mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight179 kg
Fuel Tank17 Ltr
Mileage30 kmpl
Top Speed170 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 3,18,000

KTM 390 Adventure

The next bike on this list is the flagship KTM bike in India, the 390 Adventure. It is a full-fledged off-road and adventure motorcycle for the Indian market and it based on the platform of the KTM 390 Duke. It features all the equipment and components that makes it a capable machine to take on the off-road terrains and also the long highways to the unknown.

At present, the KTM 390 Adventure is priced at 3.28 lakh ex-showroom, New Delhi which is Rs 40,000 over the price of 390 Duke. Now, we will discuss and understand about the different additional components that one would get over the Duke 390 when they purchase the 390 Adventure.

For starters, the design of the 390 Adventure is completely similar to the 250 Adventure and gets even more features like a full LED headlight cluster with multiple segments for providing a unique look to the bike along with perfect road illumination during night times. Rest of the lighting are made of LED units as well delivering a premium appeal to the bike. A quarter fairing held the headlight cluster and also has a tall windscreen which is aerodynamically designed offering great deal of protection from high-speed wind-blast on the highway runs.

Further, unlike the 390 Duke, the 390 Adventure comes installed with large seat for the rider and the pillion and two fully grown adults can ride the bike without complaining about the space and both the rider and the pillion can adjust on the run which ensures greater endurance for long distance journeys. The handlebar is raised to a comfortable level and the rider hold it with hands relaxed and up to the shoulder level which makes the rider to sit completely upright and commanding posture. With foot-pegs placed in the centre right under the rider seat, the rider can comfortably stand on the foot-pegs while riding on the off-road terrains.

One thing which will avoid high sales of the bike is the height of the seat which is pegged at 855 mm. This kind of height makes it comfortable only for riders who are at least 5 feet 10 inches tall. There is no option for reducing the seat height to say – 825 or 835 mm.

Propelling the KTM 390 Adventure is a 373.2cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 4-valve DOHC engine. This monster breathes out outrageous power of 42.9 bhp of power at 9000 rpm and 37 Nm torque at 7000 rpm. There is a 6-speed gearbox attached to the engine with slipper clutch. This gearbox is directly lifted from the 390 Duke and thus all the gear ratios are similar with taller ratios right from the beginning.

Due to this tall gearing setup and the high-revving engine, the torque is available high up in the rev range making it a challenging and tricky bike to use on the off-road terrains. The rider will have to seriously rev the hell out of the engine to get the right amount of torque to climb on challenging inclines.

Since 390 Adventure is an adventure tourer, this particular machine from KTM delivers respectable 32 kmpl of mileage on the highways but in the city limits, the mileage drops to 25 kmpl. There is a 14.5-litre fuel tank installed on the bike and thus an ideal riding range of 440 km is possible with real-world range above 400 km is possible. Overall, the range of the 390 Adventure is on-par with the adventure tourer standards.

The flagship bike from the house of Austrian company comes loaded with a full-colour TFT instrumental cluster with Bluetooth connectivity feature. You get a long list of readouts on the console such as speedometer tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, engine coolant temperature, instant fuel consumption, average fuel consumption, distance to empty and much more. Once connected to the KTM mobile app, you can also get access to the GPS navigation feature right on the cluster.

Unlike other adventure bikes which act like old-man in the motorcycle world, the 390 Adventure is a pretty peppy and responsive machine. The strong steel trellis frame allows the riders to be in total control of the bike all the time and the bike delivers on each and every input of the rider. The handling and cornering ability of the bike is on-par with the track ready bikes.

It is hung on a pair of USD forks at the front wheel and adjustable monoshock unit at the rear. The telescopic fork unit offers 170 mm front wheel travel and rear monoshock provides 177 mm rear wheel travel. These units are tuned to provide a confidence inspiring cornering performance as well as they are well calibrated for off-road use. The ground clearance is 200 mm which is sufficient for mild off-roading.

The braking system has been taken from the Duke 390 with 320 mm disc brake at the front and 230 mm disc brake at the rear. It is the highly equipped bike in this price range with switchable dual channel ABS for off-road riding, a 3-axis IMU based cornering ABS and cornering traction control system and a bi-directional quick-shifter for quick clutch-less gearshifts on challenging off-road terrains.

KTM 390 Adventure is the most advanced and feature-rich adventure tourer bike made for the off-road and touring enthusiasts. It gets features that are not even present on the motorcycle segments immediately above it. For a powerful and fun-filled highway rides and for winning over the challenging off-road terrains, the KTM 390 Adventure is the best bike to go with.

ModelKTM 390 Adventure
Engine373.2 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm
Torque37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre100/90 x 19
Rear Tyre130/80 x 17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 230mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight172 kg
Fuel Tank14.5 Ltr
Mileage28 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 3,28,286

CFMoto 650NK

After a year of the enforcement of the BS6 emission norms, the Chinese motorcycle maker, CFMoto launched its range of bikes in the Indian market with a slight revision in the price. Here we have the most affordable CFMoto bike in the middle weight segment, the 650 NK. This bike takes on the likes of Benelli Leoncino 500 which is the only naked bike that is available in this price range.

When compared to the Benelli Leoncino, the 650 NK has a larger and more powerful engine that will ensure a break-neck performance number in the city as well as highways rides. At present, the CFMoto 650 NK is carrying a price tag of Rs 4.29 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and it much cheaper than the Kawasaki Z650. However, the brand value of CFMoto is nowhere near to the Kawasaki, Triumph or even the Benelli for that matter. The Chinese company is still on the path of developing its brand presence in the Indian market and entice the young riders forwards its range of bikes.

The 650 NK is currently on sale in two colour schemes – Pearl Black with Athens Blue and Pearl Black with new Pearl White. Both the colour options are contrasting and offers good road presence.

Coming to the design, the CFMoto 650 NK comes fitted with full LED headlight assembly with sharp and aggressive headlight cowling. Moving back, you’ll find a muscular fuel tank that offers adequate knee recess for the riders to hold on to. There are sharp and radiator guard is spot on to get the right amount of material on the neck of the bike. However, the competitors are leaving this kind of design language to bring in futuristic and meaner looks and therefore the 650 NK seems a bit outdated.

Like all the sport naked bikes, the CFMoto 650 NK is fitted with raised flat bar-type handlebar for providing an aggressive riding posture yet comfortable for city riding and occasional weekend getaways. The rider sits upright with aggressive stance with full control of bike. The kerb weight of the 650 NK is 206 kg which is on-par with the rivals in the market and the saddle height is pegged at 815 mm which will be unmanageable for shorter riders especially in the city limits considering the weight of the bike.

There is a light-weight and strong steel trellis frame running under the body that provides the necessary robustness to the machine. You get a decent handling and cornering ability on the CFMoto 650 NK but it is not a match to the established rivals in the middle weight premium motorcycle segment.

CFMoto 650 NK is a big bike thanks to its 2114 mm length, 757 mm width and 1100 mm height. The wheelbase of the NK measures 1415 mm that would offer a good of straight-line stability on the highway rides. Despite the long wheelbase, the turning diameter is pegged at just 5.4 metres. With a ground clearance of 150 mm, the underbelly is not completely safe from the occasional underbelly scraps on the bad patches of roads or pointy speed-breakers.

CFMoto 650 NK derives its motive force from the inline two-cylinder, 649.3cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected four-stroke, 8-valve DOHC engine. Fuelling duties are managed by Bosch electronic multi-port fuel injection system which also delivers amazing throttle response and provides engine its tractability. This powerplant has been tuned to churn out 55.65 bhp at 8250 rpm and 54.4 Nm of peak torque at 7000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handled the power transmission from the engine to the rear tyre via a wet multi-plate clutch. It is sore point that no assist and slipper clutch is available on this motorcycle.

The power and torque figures are much lower when compared to the Kawasaki Z650 but considering the price tag, the CFMoto 650 NK has more than sufficient power on tap. This naked sports bike dashes to 100 kmph in under 6 seconds and the top speed has been claimed to be 180 kmph by the company. You can cruise on this bike at 100 kmph with engine rpm hovering around 4000 rpm mark on the tachometer.

The 650 NK gets a 17-litre fuel tank which when combined with an average mileage of 22 kmpl, the riding range is pegged at 350 km in real world riding conditions. It is possible to touch 400 km mark in a single tankful with being easy with the throttle.

On the dashboard, you get to see an old-school LCD instrument cluster that does take a part of the premium appeal of the bike. The 650 NK is a modern bike but comes fitted with dated instrument cluster with full LCD setup. At this price point and the segment, company should have offered a TFT instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity feature.

There is a pair of KYB telescopic forks at the front and KYB monoshock at the rear which are tuned towards a softer side delivering a comfortable ride all-around. CFMoto 650 NK rides on wide tyres at both ends with 120/70 ZR17 and 160/60 ZR17 radial tubeless tyres at the front and the rear respectively.

The braking performance is taken café of by dual discs at the front and a single disc at the rear. The exact dimensions are not specified by the automaker but are gripped by J Juan callipers at both ends. A dual channel ABS is available as standard that provides a safety net around the rider on slippery roads.

ModelCFMoto 650NK
Engine649.3 cc
CoolingLiquid-cooled
Power55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionTelescopic Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70 ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60 ZR17
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSDual-Channel
Weight206 kg
Fuel Tank17 Ltr
Mileage22 kmpl
Top Speed180 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 4,29,000

Benelli Leoncino 500

What about a neo-retro themed naked machine for daily rides as well as weekend getaways? Here we have the Benelli Leoncino 500 which is a scrambled styled motorcycle taking cues in the design department from the decades old Leoncino bike. Leoncino in Italian means Lion’s cub and it is the bike which tells us that it is one with its capability and performance. Decades ago, when the Leoncino brand was conceived, it was just a 125cc bike which now grown into a large machine with powerful twin-cylinder engine.

Benelli has priced the Leoncino 500 at 4.85 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi and it is competing directly with the CFMoto 650 NK which actually cost lesser than the Leoncino by Rs 56,000. Despite a higher price tag, the engine capacity is low and the performance numbers are lower than the CFMoto 650 NK. It is available in two colour options- Red and Silver and both the colour options look good in person.

However, the difference is not in the specifications sheet, the real difference is in the brand. Benelli is a well-known middle-segment motorcycle brand whereas CFMoto is a relatively new brand in the Indian market which is taking on the established players like Benelli and Kawasaki with their motorcycles.

This sporty naked machine from the Italian manufacturer gets a round-shaped LED headlight cluster which illuminate the might roads with perfect proportions. The handlebar is raised unit and the rider hold on to them without leaning forward and thus the ride this bike offers is one of the best in this class. The seat is a single piece unit and accommodates rider and the pillion with ease. There is enough space to adjust while out on the highways.

Powering the Benelli Leoncino 500 is a twin-cylinder, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 8-valve DOHC engine. This mill dishes out healthy 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 46 Nm at 6000 rpm. In this engine, we do not see any reduction in the power of torque figure when compared to the BS4 engine also no performance degradation is felt as the motor retains its full glory even after the update. Benelli added a two-to-one exhaust system which is done to create the sound of an in-line four-cylinder engine.

A 6-speed gearbox is mated to the engine through a wet multi-plate clutch. This bike takes 5 seconds to hit 100 kmph from standstill and offers a top speed of 160 kmph. On the cruising front, the bike can be easily ridden at 100 kmph all day long for it comes fitted with a liquid-cooled engine that is good at managing engine heat.

On the Leoncino 500, you can expect a mileage of 23 kmpl in mixed riding conditions and around 25 kmpl is possible out on the highways. It comes with a 12.7-litre fuel tank which will let you cover around 300 km distance in a single tankful. So, if you are planning a trip, you would require to top-up the tank every 300 km or less.

There is a fully digital LCD instrument cluster that offers good range of information see a speedometer, tachometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge, gear position indicator and more. There is also engine coolant temperature and ambient temperature readout as well. At this price range and looking at the competitors like Kawasaki, Benelli should have offered a full-colour TFT instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity feature and trip computer to provide a better ownership experience.

Benelli Leoncino 500 is suspended on 50 mm USD forks at the front and monoshock unit at the rear with preload and rebound adjustability. This suspension setup is slightly unusual because the front forks are softer and the monoshock is stiff sending unwanted jolts from the rear end on the road undulations.

There are a pair of 320 mm discs fitted at the front gripped by 4-piston callipers for sharp braking performance. At the rear, you get a single 260 mm disc brake gripped by single-piston calliper. The braking system is accompanied by a dual-channel ABS keeping the rider safe under hard braking scenarios and slippery surface.

Benelli Leoncino 500 is a perfect middle weight naked bike which is affordable and offers great performance. However, there is a stiff competition from the CFMoto 650 NK naked machine which is powerful but doesn’t have that level of brand presence.

ModelBenelli Leoncino 500
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 4,84,900

Benelli TRK 502

After the Leoncino, we have the adventure machine from the house of Benelli. The Benelli TRK 502 is one of the two adventure tourer bikes in this segment apart from the CFMoto 650 MT. This adventure tourer from Benelli features the same powertrain as we have already seen on the Leoncino 500. The engine has been tuned in the similar way and makes the bike a spirited performance out on the highways. TRK 502 is also known for its large dimensions delivering unique big bike feel to its owners.

TRK 502 is now priced at Rs 4.95 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which makes it Rs 16,000 more expensive after the recent price hike done by the company throughout its product range. Even after the price hike, the TRK 502 is not as costly as it was in the BS4 era. Actually, the BS6 version of the bike was Rs 20,000 cheaper than the BS4 version which changed the game for the Italian bike maker. There are three colours on the TRK – Benelli Red, Pure White and Metallic Dark Grey.

The main centre of attraction on the TRK 502 is its large dimensions and hefty front half fairing. It is 2200 mm long, 915 mm wide and 1450 mm in height making it among the largest bikes in the segment. The ground clearance offered by the TRK 502 is 190 mm and the saddle has been placed at 800 mm from the ground. This saddle is positioned such that medium height riders and up to 5 feet 4 inches tall riders can manage the bike. The kerb weight of the machine is 235 kg which is on the higher side because of the points we just mentioned.

Speaking about the design language, the bike gets a mature design with halogen headlight cluster with integrated beak for keeping the dust and mud away. There is a tall fairing for deflecting the wind-blast at high speeds. You will also get knuckle protectors, half fairing, fairing and engine guard as well as saddlebag mounts for carrying saddlebags to carry additional equipment which riding through the unknown.

At the core of the TRK 502 is a twin-cylinder, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 8-valve DOHC engine. This powerplant is tuned to pump out 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 46 Nm at 6000 rpm. Connected to the engine is a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox via a wet multi-plate clutch. The gearing is well-spaced for better highway rides. The exhaust muffle is nicely tucked under the belly of the bike and will be protected thanks to the higher ground clearance.

Despite 235 kg weight, the bike offers peppy performance on the straight line as it takes 7 seconds to touch 100 kmph from zero and the top speed is around 160 kmph. One can easily tour on the bike at 100 kmph without any issue.

With an average mileage of 25 kmpl on the highways or even more than that, the total riding range of the TRK 502 stands at 500 km and plus thanks to its large 20-litre fuel tank capacity. This is something to talk about because for an adventure tourer, the riding range matters a lot. For one whole day of riding though the roads less travelled, one can avoid standing in the queues on the fuel stations.

The TRK comes equipped with a semi-digital instrument panel with a sporty tachometer with white background. Further, it features an LCD screen for the speedometer, odometer, trip meters, digital clock, fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge among other indicators. The company should have offered a modern TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity feature and trip computer that would have made the TRK 502 an all-round package.

There is an USD fork at the front end with 135 mm front wheel travel. On the rear, there is a monoshock suspension with similar level of wheel travel. This suspension setup has been tuned to offer a comfortable highway riding experience and the bump absorption is well handled by the bike on the broken section of roads. The steel trellis frame is light in weight and also highly rigid that keeps the bike together and provides amazing level of stability and handling characteristics around the mountain roads.

Similar to the Leoncino, there are dual 320 mm disc brakes fitted at the front wheel which are gripped by 4-piston callipers whereas at the rear, a single 260 mm disc brake unit does the job. It comes with a dual-channel ABS for safer braking performance under extreme braking requirements.

Benelli TRK 502 is among the best and most value for money adventure tourer machine on sale in India today. If you are looking for an all-round package for highway touring and decent road presence, the TRK is the bike to go with.

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ModelBenelli TRK 502
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 4,94,900

Benelli 502C

Now we have the Benelli 502C. It is a low-slung power cruiser from the house of Benelli and its design is inspired from, ahem ahem, none other than the Ducati Diavel 1260. This bike is long and low with large dimensions and a throaty engine sound makes it complete from head to toe. It is more of a power cruiser for the riders in a tight budget.

Benelli 502C carries a price of tag of Rs 5.10 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi which makes it quite cheap and accessible to a range of riders out there. Ducati Diavel, on the other hand, is priced over three times the cost of 502C. There are two colour options available on the Benelli power cruiser – matte black and Purple. The Purple colour offers the road presence this bike attracts from the other road users.

Speaking about the design, the bike has minimalistic design with most of the paint area taken up by the humongous fuel tank. The handlebars are laid back and the rider comfortably grips them with completely upright riding posture which allows for long distance touring without frequent stops in between due to exhaustion. You get to see an exposed blacked-out trellis frame running under the fuel tank which is commanding look. Rider seat is a scooped one with ribs for providing a comfortable padding. The pillion seat is there but only large enough for little kids at max.

The rear section of the bike is minimum and features a separate registration plate holder on the tyre-hugger. You get LED tail-light and LED turn indicators with strips of LEDs for a unique look. The headlight cluster is full LED unit and houses LED DRLs for greater appeal.

The powertrain of the Benelli 502C comprised of a parallel-twin, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, four-stroke, 8-valve DOHC engine. This engine generates max power of 46.8 bhp at 8500 rpm and 46 Nm twisting force at 6000 rpm. It gets a 6-speed transmission that easily handles the transmission duties.

In terms of performance, the 0-60 kmph is achieved in 2.8 second and 0 to 100 kmph timing is set at 6.4 seconds. The top speed of the 502C is pegged at 160 kmph which is adequate for the power the engine makes. If you are thinking about cruising on the highways, the perfect cruising speed is in the range of 80 to 100 kmph which also returns a commendable fuel efficiency.

The large fuel tank not only looks big, it has the volume to hold 21 litres of fuel at once and when combined with an average highway mileage of 25 kmpl, you can cover up to 525 km with just one tankful of petrol. However, theoretically speaking, the mileage can even go up to 30 kmpl if the rider is conscious about the throttle and the bike speed. This way, there is a possibility that the 502C can run for 600 km with 21 litres of petrol that is like full day worth of riding.

On the dashboard, you get to see a full colour TFT instrument cluster but it only offers the basic range of data including speed, total distance covered, trip meters, fuel gauge and so on. This console misses out on the features like average and instant fuel consumption, distance to empty and Bluetooth connectivity feature.

On the suspension segment, the bike is hung on USD forks at the front and monoshock suspension at the rear which is adjustable for pre-load. This setup is tuned towards a stiffer side and therefore, the bike is highly stable around the corners because of minimum change in bike’s geometry. This leads to unsettling and uncomfortable rides over the broken patches of roads and the rider will have to slow down the bike to avoid the jolts of the roads. The wheelbase is gigantic at 1600 mm taking it to the Diavel’s segment and might cause problems while manoeuvring on the tight city roads and traffic-clad roads.

With a kerb weight of 235 kg, Benelli 502C seriously needed a powerful braking hardware and it gets right what it needs in the form of twin 320 mm front disc brakes and a 260 mm rear disc brake unit. A dual-channel ABS is available for providing safety net to the rider.

ModelBenelli 502C
Engine500 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60ZR17
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 5,09,900

CFMoto 650 MT

CFMoto understands the Indian market and the bikes that riders want. Here we have the adventure tourer from the CFMoto that is christened as 650 MT. This particular bike is a modern adventure tourer for the adventure and touring enthusiasts. It is a pretty tall motorcycle with hefty dimensions for attracting customers looking for bikes on this size in this segment.

Priced at Rs 5.29 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, the CFMoto 650 MT is expensive than the Benelli TRK 502 and on-par with the price of the off-road capable TRK 502X. The other adventure tourer bikes are much above the price range of the 650 MT which are Honda CB 500X and Kawasaki Versys 650. 650 MT is available in two colour options – Matte Titanium Grey with Nebula Black and Athens Blue with Nebula Black. Both the colour options are contrasting and offers good visual appeal and big bike feel.

The design of the CFMoto 650 MT is praiseworthy as it is equipped with full LED, vertically-stacked headlight cluster with faux air intake vents on the front fascia. Its large fuel tank is well integrated with the half fairing and vertically, it extends into tall and adjustable windshield visor.

Coming to the ergonomics, the 650 MT offers an upright riding posture with raised handlebars and center-set foot-pegs. The saddle is pretty high at 840 mm and there is no option to reduce the seat height. It features a single piece seat with scooped seat for the rider and stepped-up seat for the pillion. This is made possible by extending the wheelbase to 1425 mm which is more then the naked 650 NK. With a ground clearance of 170 mm, the bike is fine for mild-off road like riding through the trails.

CFMoto 650 MT is powered by an inline two-cylinder, 649.3cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected four-stroke, 8-valve DOHC engine. Fuelling duties are managed by Bosch electronic multi-port fuel injection system which also delivers amazing throttle response and provides engine its tractability. This powerplant has been tuned to churn out 55.65 bhp at 8250 rpm and 54.4 Nm of peak torque at 7000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox handled the power transmission from the engine to the rear tyre via a wet multi-plate clutch. It is sore point that no assist and slipper clutch is available on this motorcycle.

With the engine figures said above, the CFMoto 650 MT sprints from zero to 100 kmph in about 6 seconds continues to push for a top speed of around 170 kmph. The performance figures are adequate for allowing the bike to be ridden at 100 kmph as long as the rider would need. The engine is not so rider friendly especially in the hot summer afternoons where it fries the rider’s legs while riding through the city streets.

On the highways, the 650 MT can return a mileage of 24 kmpl but manages to cover over 400 km before needing a refuel. The range in the city limits would be less as mileage drops in city riding conditions but it is not a bike to be used in city.

The full LCD meter console on the 650 MT looks far better than the 650 NK. It provides info on speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip metres, engine coolant temperature among other readouts. With additional readouts like trip computer and distance to empty would add more convenience to the rider.

Both the tyres on the MT are 17-inch in diameter and are made of alloy that are best suited for on-road riding. There are a pair of USD forks up front with monoshock handling the rear part of the bike.

A pair of 300mm discs at the front and 240 mm disc at the rear handled the braking duties which are gripped by J Juan callipers. This braking hardware is completed by dual-channel ABS for better rider safety.

ModelCFMoto 650 MT
Engine649.3 cc
CoolingLiquid-cooled
Power55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70Z R17
Rear Tyre160/60Z R17
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSDual-Channel
Weight218 kg
Fuel Tank18 Ltr
Mileage22 kmpl
Top Speed170 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 5,29,000

Benelli TRK 502X

Here is another Benelli motorcycle in this list under 6 lakhs in India. The Benelli TRK 502X is a full-fledged off-road adventure bike from the Italian brand. This particular bike is made on the platform of the TRK502 and sport additional off-road centric equipment and components to make the bike ready for the off-road fun and challenges.

There is no direct rival to the TRK 502 in this price range and no such off-road ready bike is expected anywhere in the near future that will tackle the monopoly of the TRK502X. On the north side of the price chart, the Honda CB 500X and the Kawasaki Versys 650 are much more expensive adventure bikes that has nothing to do with the sales and impact of the TRK 502X.

Similar to the TRK 502X, the 502X is also a humongous motorcycle to begin with and delivers a hefty road presence. The length of the bike is further increased to 2220 mm and the height is increased to 1480 mm. HT wheelbase remains the same at 1550 mm which is also quite large for a motorcycle and it will be difficult to manage the bike on the city streets.

Benelli TRK 502X carries a price tag of Rs 5.39 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi making it Rs 20,000 more expensive than what bike costed before the recent price hike. It comes in three colours options – Benelli Red, Pure White and Metallic Dark Grey.

Speaking about the design, the 502X gets a mature design with halogen headlight cluster with integrated beak for keeping the dust and mud away. There is a tall fairing for deflecting the wind-blast at high speeds. You will also get knuckle protectors, half fairing, fairing and engine guard, underbelly aluminium bash plate and up-swept exhaust muffler. There is provision laid out for the saddlebags on both sides and also for the rear top box. You can haul a respectable volume of luggage along with you when going for a long-distance tour.

On the powertrain front, the TRK 502X continues to use the engine from the TRK 502 which is nothing but a twin-cylinder, 500cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected, 8-valve DOHC engine. This powerplant is tuned to make healthy 46.8 bhp of power at 8500 rpm and peak torque of 46 Nm at 6000 rpm. Connected to the engine is a 6-speed constant mesh gearbox via a wet multi-plate clutch. The gearing is well-spaced for better, performance, highway rideability and the fuel economy.

Despite 235 kg weight, TRK 502X provides a peppy performance on the straight line as it takes 7 seconds to touch 100 kmph from zero and the top speed is around 160 kmph. One can easily tour on the bike at 100 kmph without any issue.

With an average mileage of 25 kmpl on the highways or even more than that, the total riding range of the TRK 502X stands at 500 km and plus thanks to its large 20-litre fuel tank capacity. This is something to talk about because for an adventure tourer, the riding range matters a lot. For one whole day of riding though the roads less travelled, one can avoid standing in the queues on the fuel stations.

The TRK 502X gets the semi-digital instrument panel from the TRK 502 that has a sporty tachometer with white background. Further, it features an LCD screen for the speedometer, odometer, trip meters, digital clock, fuel gauge, engine temperature gauge among other indicators. The company should have offered a modern TFT display with Bluetooth connectivity feature and trip computer that would have made the TRK 502X an all-round package.

There is an USD fork at the front end with 145 mm front wheel travel and a monoshock at the rear with similar 145 mm rear wheel travel. The wheel travel on the TRK 502X is on the lower side when compared to other adventure bikes out there. However, you get a sizeable ground clearance of 220 mm which is on par with the competition and is more than sufficient for off-road rides.

The bike rides on 19-inch front alloy spoke wheel and 17-inch rear alloy spoke wheel and comes wrapped with tubeless tyres with dual-purpose tread pattern for high level of grip on and off the road.

Similar to the TRK 502, the TRK 502X comes equipped with dual 320 mm disc brakes fitted at the front wheel which are gripped by 4-piston callipers whereas at the rear, a single 260 mm disc brake unit does the job. It comes with a dual-channel ABS for safer braking performance under extreme braking requirements.

Benelli TRK 502X is among the best and most value for money adventure tourer machine on sale in India today. If you are looking for an all-round package for highway touring, good off-road performance and decent road presence, the TRK 502X is the machine you must choose.

ModelBenelli TRK 502X
Engine499 cc
CoolingLiquid-Cooled
Power46.85 bhp @ 8,500 rpm
Torque46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre110/80- R19 - M/C 59V
Rear Tyre150/70 - R17 – M/C 69V
Front BrakeDisc - 320mm
Rear BrakeDisc - 260mm
ABSDual-Channel
Weight235 kg
Fuel Tank20 Ltr
Mileage25 kmpl
Top Speed160 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 5,39,000

CFMoto 650 GT

At the last of this list of top bike sunder 6 lakhs in India, we have the CFMoto 650 GT. It is the most expensive motorcycle in the CFMoto’s India line-up and it is a sports tourer. The GT will provide a sporty riding posture with a full fairing and adequate wind-blast protection.

Priced at Rs 5.59 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi, the bike is around Rs 1 lakh cheaper than the highly popular Kawasaki Ninja 650. It comes in two colour shades – Concept Blue and Nebula Black which goes well with the style of the bike as a sports tourer.

Speaking about the design, the 650 GT is a hefty looking sports tourer bike which drew its design inspiration from the Kawasaki ZX14R hyper-bike. It looks good with full LED headlight and taillight units with LED DRLs. The rear-view mirrors are attached to the front fairing of the bike offering a cool and sporty look.

The fairing is large and helps in deflecting the high-speed wind-blast away from the rider. There is a large windscreen that reduces the helmet buffeting on the highway rides. To ensure that most riders can ride the 650 GT, its saddle height is pegged at 795 mm. Riders up to height of five feet three inches can easily ride the bike. The GT tips the scale at 226 kg which is typical for a motorcycle of this class and heft.

There are raised handlebars of regular design that allows the rider to comfortably grip them without leaning too much forward. With scooped seat for the rider and rear-set foot-pegs, the rider triangle thus formed is highly comfortable for long distance rides. There is more than enough space for the pillion as well that longer duration on the pillion seat won’t induce tiredness too soon.

It is a pretty long bike for its class, at 2100 mm length, The length of CFMoto offers a class leading road presence especially in lighter colour tone. The width and height stand at 930 mm and 1340 mm respectively. A long wheelbase of 1415 mm is available that ensures proper high-speed stability out on the highways. The ground clearance is quite low at just 150 mm which would create problems on the bad patches of roads. However, since, this is a sports tourer bike, the ground clearance gets a thumbs up.

CFMoto 650 GT is propelled by an inline two-cylinder, 649.3cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected four-stroke, 8-valve DOHC engine. Fuelling duties are performed by Bosch electronic multi-port fuel injection system which also delivers amazing throttle response and provides engine its tractability. This powerplant has been tuned to churn out 55.65 bhp at 8250 rpm and 54.4 Nm of peak torque at 7000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox deals with the power transmission from the engine to the rear tyre via a wet multi-plate clutch. It is sore point that no assist and slipper clutch is available on this sports touring bike.

With the engine figures said above, the CFMoto 650 GT charges from zero to 100 kmph in about 6 seconds continues to push for a top speed of around 170 kmph. The performance figures are adequate for allowing the bike to be ridden at 100 kmph as long as the rider would need. The engine is not so rider friendly especially in the hot summer afternoons where it fries the rider’s legs while riding through stop and go traffic.

Out on the highways, CFMoto 650 GT can deliver a mileage of 24 kmpl and when coupled to a fuel tank capacity of 19-litres which allows the rider to cover up to 450 km before needing a top-up. The range in the city limits would be less as mileage drops in city riding conditions.

A full-colour TFT instrument console is equipped on the dashboard of the 650 GT with an array of information at rider’s disposal. It comes with two ride modes – Rain and Sport with rain mode reducing the throttle response and increases the ABS intervention while the Sport mode offers full power of the bike’s engine and crisp throttle response with least ABS intervention for enthusiastic riding. The TFT monitor delivers readouts on speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, odometer, trip computer, engine coolant temperature among others.

CFMoto 650 GT rides on wide set of tyres with 120/70 ZR17 at the front and 160/60 ZR17 at the rear. The bike is suspended on USD forks at the front end and a monoshock unit at the rear which is well balanced for providing good level of comfort to the rider. You can expect the bike to handle the corners with ease but it is not a track bike to be highly precise while doing the same.

The 650 GT can be stopped with the help of twin 300mm discs at the front and 240 mm disc at the rear which are gripped by J Juan callipers. A dual-channel ABS offers added safety to the rider and prevents the bike from slipping under hard braking.

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ModelCFMoto 650 GT
Engine649.3 cc
CoolingLiquid-cooled
Power55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm
Torque54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm
Gearbox6-Speed
Front SuspensionUSD Forks
Rear SuspensionMonoshock
Front Tyre120/70 ZR17
Rear Tyre160/60 ZR17
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDisc
ABSDual-Channel
Weight226 kg
Fuel Tank19 Ltr
Mileage22 kmpl
Top Speed180 kmph
Ex-showroom Price₹ 5,59,000

In Conclusion

With this, the comprehensive list of top bikes under 6 lakhs in India comes to an end. You can see that the bikes on this list are populated by Benelli and CFMoto brands and makes up for the middle-weight segment in the motorcycle industry in India. It is expected that more manufacturers will enter this price segment and will launch for models for people to choose from.

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

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Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India Specifications: Engine and Gearbox

ModelEngineCoolingPowerTorqueGearbox
Kawasaki Ninja 300296 ccLiquid-Cooled38.88 bhp @ 11,000 rpm26.1 Nm @ 10,000 rpm6-Speed
KTM 390 Adventure373.2 ccLiquid-Cooled42.9 bhp @ 9,000 rpm37 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
CFMoto 650NK649.3 ccLiquid-cooled55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli Leoncino 500500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli TRK 502500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli 502C500 ccLiquid-Cooled46.8 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
CFMoto 650 MT649.3 ccLiquid-cooled55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed
Benelli TRK 502X499 ccLiquid-Cooled46.85 bhp @ 8,500 rpm46 Nm @ 6,000 rpm6-Speed
CFMoto 650 GT649.3 ccLiquid-cooled55.65 bhp @ 8,250 rpm54.4 Nm @ 7,000 rpm6-Speed

Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India Specifications: Suspension and Tyres

ModelFront SuspensionRear SuspensionFront TyreRear Tyre
Kawasaki Ninja 300Telescopic ForksMonoshock110/70R17 M/C 54H140/70R17 M/C 66H
KTM 390 AdventureUSD ForksMonoshock100/90 x 19130/80 x 17
CFMoto 650NKTelescopic ForksMonoshock120/70 ZR17160/60 ZR17
Benelli Leoncino 500USD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17
Benelli TRK 502USD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17
Benelli 502CUSD ForksMonoshock120/70ZR17160/60ZR17
CFMoto 650 MTUSD ForksMonoshock120/70Z R17160/60Z R17
Benelli TRK 502XUSD ForksMonoshock110/80- R19 - M/C 59V150/70 - R17 – M/C 69V
CFMoto 650 GTUSD ForksMonoshock120/70 ZR17160/60 ZR17

Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India Specifications: Brakes and Weight

ModelFront BrakeRear BrakeABSWeight
Kawasaki Ninja 300Disc - 290 mmDisc - 220 mmDual-Channel179 kg
KTM 390 AdventureDisc - 320mmDisc - 230mmDual-Channel172 kg
CFMoto 650NKDiscDiscDual-Channel ABS206 kg
Benelli Leoncino 500Disc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg
Benelli TRK 502Disc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg
Benelli 502CDisc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg
CFMoto 650 MTDiscDiscDual-Channel ABS218 kg
Benelli TRK 502XDisc - 320mmDisc - 260mmDual-Channel235 kg
CFMoto 650 GTDiscDiscDual-Channel ABS226 kg

Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India Specifications: Mileage and Price

ModelFuel TankMileageTop SpeedEx-showroom Price
Kawasaki Ninja 30017 Ltr30 kmpl170 kmph₹ 3,18,000
KTM 390 Adventure14.5 Ltr28 kmpl160 kmph₹ 3,28,286
CFMoto 650NK17 Ltr22 kmpl180 kmph₹ 4,29,000
Benelli Leoncino 50020 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 4,84,900
Benelli TRK 50220 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 4,94,900
Benelli 502C20 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 5,09,900
CFMoto 650 MT18 Ltr22 kmpl170 kmph₹ 5,29,000
Benelli TRK 502X20 Ltr25 kmpl160 kmph₹ 5,39,000
CFMoto 650 GT19 Ltr22 kmpl180 kmph₹ 5,59,000

Top Bikes Under 6 Lakhs in India FAQs

Q: Which is the most affordable bike under 6 lakhs in India?
A: The most affordable bike under Rs 6 lakhs in India is Kawasaki Ninja 300 that carries a price tag of Rs 3.18 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: What is the price range of bikes under 6 lakhs in India?
A: The price range of bikes under 6 lakhs starts from Rs 3.18 lakh for the Kawasaki Ninja 300 and goes up to Rs 5.59 lakh ex-showroom New Delhi.

Q: What are some popular bikes under 6 lakhs in India?
A: The popular bikes that are available in India under Rs 6 lakhs are – Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM 390 Adventure, Benelli Leoncino 500, Benelli TRK 502 and CFMoto 650 GT.

Q: Which bike is best for off-road under 6 lakhs?
A: KTM 390 Adventure and Benelli TRK 502X are the best off-road ready adventure bikes in this price range.

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