Top 150 cc Bikes in India under 1 Lakh

Every bike lover has a dream to buy a perfect motorcycle. If you are looking for 150 cc bikes then, consider these top 150cc bike in India under Rs. 1 lakh.

You can fulfil the dream of riding long distances at great speed and passion without hindrance and worries. I am sure you would love to get a bike that would suit the budget and provide fantastic experiences.

There are several factors that help us select an appropriate motorbike.

Budget is the most Important.

Next comes performance and fuel economy. Usually, we shortlist bikes that best suit needs and budget. After this, we go ahead, test ride and by one.

After researching several bikes in India, this is a list top 150 cc bikes costing below Rs.1 lakh. These factors may help in purchasing the perfect motorbike. I took six factors into consideration while making the final list.

  • Price: Most important factor on which our budget depends is the price of the motorcycle.
  • Performance: The power of a motorbike is called its performance of Engine, Peak Horse Power and Torque.
  • Design: Design is also one important aspect as it is measured by bike’s body design, chassis, wheel type & design, Tachometer and other factors.
  • Fuel Economy: If someone is purchasing a 150 cc motorbike under Rs 1 lakh, fuel economy becomes important. It allows the user to save money from the bike by providing more mileage.
  • Safety: Safety is an important factor for the riders. This is determined by suspension, ABS system, automatic headlamp and other factors.
  • Brand: With brand getting spare parts and accessibility become convenient.

So on the basis of all the above attributes, we have listed down Top 150cc Bikes which are currently available in India.

List of 10 Best 150 cc Bikes Under Rs 1 lakh in India

1. Fz-Fi: Yamaha

Fz-Fi: Yamaha - 150cc bike

If you are looking to buy the best motorbike under Rs 1 lakh, then surely it should excel on all the factors mentioned above.

Yamaha Fz-Fi fulfils all the criteria by analyzing the requirement of Indian audience and also set a price of this motorbike to such an extent that it was easily approachable for those who are looking for best 150 cc motorcycle under 1 lakh.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 149 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 13 bhp
  • Torque: 12.8 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 132 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 48 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: Yes

Pros:

  • Handling and performance

Cons:

  • Small Power Figure

Market Price: Rs 81,000 – 83,000


2. CB Hornet 160 R

CB Hornet 160

CB Hornet 160 R is a sports bike worth buying.

It’s not just power this bike possess but the company Honda designed this motorcycle in such a manner that it never should lag in other sectors of economy, safety and maintenance cost.

With amazing design and features, CB Hornet could be one of the best motorbikes.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 162.7 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 15.04 bhp
  • Torque: 14.76 Nm
  • Wheels: Spoke
  • Kerb weight: 140 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 48 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: Yes

Pros:

  • Safety

Cons:

  • Exhaust Note

Market Price: Rs 83,000 – 87,000


3. Intruder: Suzuki

suzuki-intruder

For the Indian audience, Suzuki announced a motorbike that resembles its design from the legendary motorbike Intruder M1800.

The motorcycle was designed by slightly modifying the sections of Gixxer and added with some features of Intruder M18000.

Suzuki Intruder today is one tough competitor to cruise motorbikes present in India and today the way Indian audience displaying their interest for this motorbike, the list may change.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 155 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 14.8 bhp
  • Torque: 14 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 140 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 11 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 44 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Disc
  • ABS: Yes
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Comfortable for long Distance and Design features

Cons:

  • Heavy

Market Price: Rs 98,000 – 1,00,000


4. Bajaj Avenger Street 180

Bajaj avenger street 180
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When it comes to comfort, it is quite difficult to beat Bajaj Avenger Street 150.

Well if you consider my personal opinion, cruise or chopper bikes are my favourite and Avenger Street’s design and its spoke wheels are one of the impressive attributes.

Apart from that, the fuel economy and low maintenance cost make this cruise bike one of the best for long distance travel and touring.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 180 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 15.3 bhp
  • Torque: 13.7 Nm
  • Wheels: Spoke
  • Kerb weight: 148 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Analog

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 13 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 40 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Cruiser Design

Cons:

  • Weight

Market Price: Rs 87,000 – 1,00,000


5. Gixxer: Suzuki

suzuki gixxer 150
Image source: suzukimotorcycle

Suzuki Gixxer is one economic friendly motorbike released by Suzuki in India.

Inducing the motorbike with the features of variable disc brakes and drum brakes in the rear section along with the additional features of Automatic Headlamp, sharp body designs and LED tail lamp.

The bike can be one of the best contenders in top 5 best 150 cc bikes under 1 Lakh in India.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 155 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 14 bhp
  • Torque: 14 Nm
  • Wheels: Spoke
  • Kerb weight: 135 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 52 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: Yes

Pros:

Design and Performance

Cons:

  • Handle Bar

Market Price: Rs 77,000 – 95,000


6. X-Blade: Honda

Honda X Blade
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Honda released an aggressive version of CB Hornet by introducing X-Blade.

The engine provides decent power and economy but if we are considering safety and maintenance then this bike is best in those features since Honda improved several features of the motorbike braking system and introduced features like ABS and Automatic Headlamp.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 162.7 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 13.9 bhp
  • Torque: 13.9 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 140 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 40 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: Yes
  • Automatic Headlamp: Yes

Pros:

  • Front Disc Brake and Design

Cons:

  • Rear Disc Brake and Performance

Market Price: Rs 79,000 – 87,000


7. Xtreme Sports: Hero Motocorp

Xtreme Sports: Hero Motocorp
Image source: Hero MotoCorp

After altering some features of the original motorcycle CBZ Xtreme, Hero Motocorp introduced a much sporty version of the original version entitled Xtreme Sports.

Though the engine, suspension and brakes remain the same, the company introduced this bike with much stylish and sharper design resembling a sporty persona.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 149.2 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 15.82 bhp
  • Torque: 13.5 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 147 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12.1 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 46 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Mobile Charging Port

Cons:

  • Design and Engine are Old

Market Price: Rs 76,000 – 80,000


8. TVS  Apache RTR 160 4V

TVS  Apache RTR 160 4V
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If you are looking for a motorcycle for high-speed driving, then TVS Apache RTR 160 4V is best for you.

Apache RTR 160 4V is the slightly upgraded version of the original motorbike Apache RTR 160.

Apache has always maintained its reputation of fastest 150 cc bike. After facing stiff competition from competitors like Suzuki and Yamaha, TVS came up with the idea of improving the engine performance sector.

With 16.2 bhp and 14.8 Nm torque, Apache RTR 4V is considered as the fastest motorbike in that defined racing category.

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 159.7 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 16.2 bhp
  • Torque: 14.8 Nm
  • Wheels: Spoke
  • Kerb weight: 143 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 39 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Engine, Dual Disc Brakes

Cons:

  • Lack of ABS

Market Price: Rs 81,000 – 89,000


9. Bajaj Pulsar NS 160

Bajaj Pulsar NS 160
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So Bajaj motors came up with a plan of modifying and creating a newer version of their legendary motorbike Pulsar 150.

Introducing it with smaller tyres and smaller disc brake and making it more effective provided the later with more agility and speed.

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Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 160.3 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 15.5 bhp
  • Torque: 14.6 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 142 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Digital

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 12 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 38 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Disc
  • ABS: No
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Handling

Cons:

  • Lack of Refinement, Fuel Economy

Market Price: Rs 80,000 – 82,000


10. Aprilia SR 150

aprilia-sr-150
Image source: CarAndBike

 

The Last Motorcycle to feature in this list is not a bike but with a  scooter with a 150 cc engine.

Sometimes for ease of travelling, we prefer not to shift gears and ride in a steady fashion.

But most of the scooters lack the required firepower like a motorbike does.

But to break this stereotype, Aprilia launched SR 150; their first 150 cc scooter which resembles a personality of a scooter but follows up with the power of a motorbike.

Also Read: 10 Best Scooter in India To Consider While Buying in 2019

Performance and Design:

  • Engine: 154.8 CC
  • Peak Horse Power: 10.4 bhp
  • Torque: 11.4 Nm
  • Wheels: Alloy
  • Kerb weight: 122 Kg
  • Tachometer Type: Analog

Economy:

  • Fuel Capacity: 7 Liters
  • Actual Mileage: 39 kmpl

Safety:

  • Front Brakes: Disc
  • Rear Brakes: Drum/Disc
  • ABS: Yes
  • Automatic Headlamp: No

Pros:

  • Fastest Accelerating Scooter

Cons:

  • Fuel Efficiency

Market Price: Rs 69,000 – 89,000


Conclusion:

Currently, these are the top 10 bikes available under Rs 1 lakh in the Indian market according to information from various sources and my personal experience.

However, you may wish to test ride these bikes to get the first-hand experience. These reviews might assist you in selecting a bike that suits your budget, style and other requirements.

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