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Price Comparison Of All 100cc-110cc BIkes In India: February 2023

Modified On Feb 7, 2023 09:01 AM By Sudipto Chaudhury for Hero Splendor Plus

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Which commuter bike, at which price point, makes better sense? We decode

The 100cc-110cc ‘commuter’ motorcycle segment has been the bread and butter of multiple brands. And yet they are far from barebones offerings, with bikes like the Hero Splendor Plus Xtec and TVS Radeon packing LCD clusters, and the TVS Star City Plus even offering a USB charger. 

So here’s a quick reckoner on the variant-wise prices of the 100-110cc bikes on sale in India, so as to give you a better idea.



Price (ex-showroom Delhi)

Bajaj Platina 110 ABS

Rs 72,224

Bajaj Platina Drum

Rs 68,544

Bajaj Platina 100

Rs 65,856

Bajaj CT110X

Rs 67,322

Hero Splendor Plus


Rs 72,076

i3S Drum Self start Black/Accent

Rs 72,496

i3S Drum Self start

Rs 73,396

i3S Drum Self start Matte Shield Gold

Rs 74, 396

Hero Splendor Plus Xtec 

i3S Drum Self start

Rs 76,346

Hero HF Deluxe 

Drum Kick start

Rs 59,990

Drum Self start

Rs 65,638

Drum Self start Black

Rs 66,438

i3S Drum Self start 

Rs 67,138

Hero HF 100

Kick start

Rs 56,968

Hero Passion Xtec

Drum Self start

Rs 77,358

Disc Self start

Rs 80,858

Hero Passion Pro

Drum Self start

Rs 74,408

Disc Self start

Rs 77,408

Honda Livo


Rs 75,820


Rs 79,820

Honda CD110

Rs 71,133

TVS Radeon


Rs 59,925

Digi Drum

Rs 74,804

Digi Disc

Rs 78,804

TVS Star City Plus


Rs 75,890


Rs 79,040

TVS Sport

Kick start

Rs 64,050

Self start

Rs 69,293

Starting off with affordability, the Hero HF 100 comes in at Rs 56,968, with the base variants of the TVS Radeon and Hero HF Deluxe (Rs 59,925 and Rs 59,990, respectively) the only other bikes under Rs 60,000. The costliest here, meanwhile, is the Hero Passion Xtec

Speaking now of features, all motorcycles here offer alloy wheels, with some other features – like LED DRLs, a combined braking system, side stand engine cut-off, and semi-analogue consoles – also quite common. Hence, bikes like the Hero Splendor Plus and Passion Xtec, which offer all the above kit along with fully digital consoles and bluetooth connectivity (though only for call and message alerts) are appreciated. Besides, Hero is the only bikemaker which offers a stop-start system (i3S) as standard in their lineup, which translates to great fuel efficiency figures. Speaking of which, our testing yielded commendable fuel efficiency numbers from the Hero Splendor Plus Xtec, detailed in our review

And finally to safety, where the Bajaj Platina 110 is the only one which offers ABS. And yet, it’s not the costliest bike here, coming in at Rs 72,224 (ex-showroom Delhi). 

Ultimately, though, the idea of a commuter bike is a no-frills, tough and lightweight bike which can handle the rigours of daily use. And all the bikes in today’s list check those boxes. So, in the long list we’ve compiled today, which bike would you go for? We’d love to know. And on that note, do consider subscribing to our Youtube channel as well.

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