Price Comparison Of All 150cc to 160cc Bikes In India: February 2023

Modified On Feb 9, 2023 09:01 AM By Sudipto Chaudhury for Yamaha R15S

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Which offering in this wide space makes the most sense for you?

The 150cc-160cc segment in India offers a wide variety of options, from the daily commuter to the serious track junkie. So here’s a quick reckoner on the variant-wise prices of the 150-160cc bikes, for a clearer picture.

Model

Variant

Price (ex-showroom Delhi)

Bajaj Pulsar 150

Single disc

Rs 1,16,755

 

Twin disc

Rs 1,19,757

Bajaj Pulsar P150

Single Disc Single seat

Rs 1,16,755

 

Twin Disc Split seat

Rs 1,19,757

Bajaj Pulsar N160

Single-channel ABS

Rs 1,22,854

 

Dual-channel ABS

Rs 1,29,645

Bajaj Pulsar NS160

Rs 1,25,114

Bajaj Avenger 160 Street

Rs 1,11,827

Hero Xtreme 160R

Single disc

Rs 1,18,616

 

Double disc

Rs 1,21,966

 

Stealth

Rs 1,23,806

 

Stealth 2.0

Rs 1,29,738

Honda X-Blade

DX

Rs 1,21,313

Honda Unicorn

Rs 1,05,718

Suzuki Gixxer

Rs 1,40,500

Suzuki Gixxer SF

Rs 1,45,500

TVS Apache RTR 160 2V

Drum

Rs 1,17,290

 

Disc

Rs 1,21,290

 

Disc BT

Rs 1,24,590

TVS Apache RTR 160 4V

Drum

Rs 1,21,790

 

Disc

Rs 1,25,290

 

Disc BT

Rs 1,28,590

 

Special Edition

Rs 1,30,090

Yamaha R15M

Metallic Grey

Rs 1,91,400

 

Monster Energy Moto GP Edition

Rs 1,93,400

 

WGP 60th Edition

Rs 1,91,800

Yamaha R15 V4

Metallic Red

Rs 1,79,900

 

Dark Knight

Rs 1,80,900

 

Racing Blue

Rs 1,84,900

Yamaha R15 S

Rs 1,62,900

MT-15 V2

Metallic Black

Rs 1,64,400

 

Ice Fluo-Vermillon / Cyan Storm / Racing Blue

Rs 1,65,400

 

Monster Energy Moto GP Edition

Rs 1,66,400

Yamaha FZ-X

Rs 1,34,400

Yamaha FZ-S FI

Std

Rs 1,21,400

 

Deluxe

Rs 1,24,400

Yamaha FZ FI

Rs 1,13,700

The most affordable offering here is the Honda Unicorn, the ex-showroom price of which is a whole Rs 88,000 less than the Yamaha R15M in its Monster Energy Moto GP Edition livery. However, save for its dependable engine and easy road manners, the Unicorn packs almost zero goodies when compared to most bikes here. 

Yamaha’s FZ series bikes (the FZ Fi, FZ-S Fi and FZ-X) are next on the list, and though they do offer a few features like smartphone connectivity (though without navigation) they seem to be missing an ‘it’ factor. 

And that’s where Bajaj has the market cornered, with the Pulsar P150 and Pulsar N160. Granted, they’re the rare few with a semi analogue cluster, however their engines offer a sensible blend of commuter-friendly comfort with occasional joyrides. Ditto for Hero, with the Xtreme 160R which, along with offering competent performance numbers, leans even more towards sharp handling (courtesy its light kerb weight). 

Moving up the performance and features ladder, TVS has done a stellar job with the Apache 160 duo. While the Apache RTR 160 2V is still essentially running a 15-year-old engine, its performance still raises eyebrows, and the recent iteration with smartphone connectivity, which allows for navigation along with the usual gamut of call/message alerts keeps up with the times too. 

And now finally moving on to all-out performance, and the chances are evenly matched with the Yamaha R15 V4, and MT-15 V2, as they both use the identical 155cc VVA-equipped liquid-cooled engine making the highest specifications in this class. Moreover, the R15 V4 offers riding aids such as traction control and an optional quickshifter as well, though as mentioned before, all of this comes at a high price tag. Curiously though, despite offering smartphone connectivity, neither offer navigation even as an option. And as an aside, the MT-15 will soon get the BS6 2.0 update, which you can read about in our report.

Hence, the 150-160cc segment in India offers quite a spread, for the no-nonsense commuter to the tech-savvy youth, the weekend tourer and even the knee-down junkie. The only limiting factor, then, is your wallet!

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  • Yamaha R15S
  • Bajaj Pulsar 150
  • Yamaha R15 V4
  • Yamaha MT 15
  • Bajaj Pulsar P150
  • TVS Apache RTR 160 4V
  • Bajaj Pulsar NS160
  • TVS Apache RTR 160
  • Bajaj Avenger Street 160
  • Hero Xtreme 160R
  • Bajaj Pulsar N160

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