Most Affordable Bikes With ABS Launched In 2022: Bajaj Platina 110 ABS, Pulsar N160, And More

Modified On Dec 26, 2022 12:25 PM By Aamir Momin for Bajaj Pulsar P150

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Bajaj was quite busy this year, making several of its bikes safer while trying to keep costs down

In a bid to deal with unpredictable traffic on Indian roads, manufacturers are starting to offer sophisticated safety features such as ABS even to small-capacity bikes. So here is a list of the most affordable bikes with ABS that launched this year.

Bajaj Platina 110 - Rs 72,224

Leading (and dominating) the list is Bajaj with its most affordable bike in India with ABS, the Platina 110. Priced at Rs 72,224, this 110cc bike is also the only one of its kind with ABS in its segment. The bike also comes with a few new features over the drum variant, and you can head here for more details.

Pulsar P150 - Rs 1,16,755

The recent addition to the Pulsar family, the Bajaj Pulsar P150, is the second most affordable ABS-equipped bike launched this year. It not only comes with a sweet Pulsar N160-derived engine but with a completely new design and platform. While the iconic Pulsar has been reimagined, what does it ride like? Find out here in our first ride review.

TVS Apache RTR 160 2V - Rs 1,17,790

Making it more relevant for modern audiences, TVS launched the updated Apache RTR 160 2V this year with slight cosmetic and feature upgrades. The OG Apache is safe with the ABS, but how practical is it in 2022? Find out here in our review.

Hero Xtreme 160R - Rs 1,18,616


For a 2022 refresh, Hero updated the Xtreme 160R. In addition to being one of the most accessible ABS-equipped bikes, Hero updated the Xtreme 160R in 2022 to increase its value to money quotient even further. The 163cc streetfighter now comes packed with a new grab rail and gear position indicator on its negatively lit LCD instrument cluster as standard.

Bajaj Pulsar N160 - (Rs 1,22,854)

Bajaj has changed the game this year with the most affordable dual-channel ABS-equipped bike in India, the N160. It is powered by a 164.82cc, single-cylinder, air-and-oil-cooled engine, capable of 16PS and 14.65Nm. You can find more details on the bike here.


Pulsar 250s - Rs 1,49,978

While they aren’t exactly the most affordable ABS bikes, the Bajaj Pulsar 250 twins are definitely the least expensive bikes equipped with dual-channel ABS in their segment. So the list can’t die out without a shout-out to the Pulsar twins.

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  • Bajaj Pulsar P150
  • Bajaj Platina 110
  • Bajaj Pulsar N160
  • Hero Xtreme 160R
  • Bajaj Pulsar N250
  • Bajaj Pulsar F250
  • TVS Apache RTR 160

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