Top Commuter Bikes in 2022
|Hero Splendor Plus||Rs. 85,664 - 90,356|
|Bajaj Pulsar 150||Rs. 1.20 - 1.63 Lakh|
|Bajaj Pulsar 125||Rs. 96,181 - 1.07 Lakh|
|Honda SP 125||Rs. 96,526 - 1 Lakh|
|Honda Shine||Rs. 90,901 - 96,958|
Best Commuter Bikes in India
- Hero HF Deluxe BS6 Self Start Alloy Wheel All Black Rs.79,101*, 97.2 cc,
- Hero HF Deluxe Kick Start Drum Alloy Wheel Rs.72,420*, 97.2 cc,
- Hero HF Deluxe BS6 Self-Start Alloy-Wheel i3S Rs.79,959*, 97.2 cc,
- Hero HF Deluxe BS6 Self Start Alloy Wheel Rs.78,240*, 97.2 cc,
Questions and Answers on Commuter Bikes
- Latest Questions
Which one is the best, Honda SP 125 or TVS Raider?
If you are in the market for a 125cc commuter bike but don’t mind shelling out that little extra cash for a premium, well-equipped and frugal motorcycle, the SP 125 should definitely be one of the options that you consider. On the other hand, TVS Raider's styling, features, and performance will excite youngsters, and for someone looking at their first motorcycle, the Raider does make good sense. TVS has gone the smarter route, keeping a thrilling ride experience as the USP, instead of a purely commuter-centric approach. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
How can I increase the mileage of Honda Shine?
What is the reserve fuel capacity of Hero Splendor Plus?
Is Bajaj Pulsar 150 worth buying?
The Pulsar 150 continues to be the most popular 150cc motorcycle that offers a decent combination of power, features, and efficiency at a good price. The performance and features make it great value for money. And it still got the classic Pulsar good looks. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
Is Pulsar 125 suitable for long rides?
Bajaj Pulsar 125 is suitable to ride in the city and as well as highways. It strikes the right balance between affordability and fun in the 125cc segment. So clearly, the Pulsar 125 isn’t winning any drag races against other (lighter) commuter 125s. But it does seem to be more at home on the highway compared to these commuters. Speaking of tight situations, the Pulsar 125 has the same ride height as the other 125s, making it quite accessible for average Indians. This entry-level Pulsar continues to amaze us with its handling on the highway as well. With a longest-in-class wheelbase of 1320mm, the motorcycle feels quite stable while cruising down the highway. While the front tyre size is the same as the other 125s, the rear tyre (100/90x17) is the widest in its class and offers an adequate amount of grip even during wet conditions. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.