Bikes Under 1 Lakh
Bikes Under 1 Lakh

When looking for a bike under a lakh, you may be tempted to opt for a cheap scooter or moped. But there are many more models that come in this price range that can offer a better value for money. Listed below are the best budget bikes. Each one has its own benefits and advantages. For example, the Yamaha YZF-R1 offers immediate pickup, which is useful if you want to overtake other vehicles in traffic.

Bajaj Pulsar NS125

Bajaj has a new sportsbike on its lineup, the NS125, which starts at Rs 93,690 and is a very affordable motorcycle. This new model joins the NS200 and NS160 ranges, which are both known for their sporty profiles and race-ready performance. YouTuber Prakash Choudhary has ridden the NS125, and we’ve got some first impressions of how well it performs.

The new NS125 is Bajaj’s entry-level offering in the domestic market. Its design is almost identical to the NS160 and NS200, but this doesn’t make it look dated. This bike is suitable for young people who want a motorcycle that’s fun to ride and doesn’t break the bank. The only flaw is the lack of a gear position indicator. However, with all the other features on this bike, it’s a fantastic buy.

As a segment-first bike, the NS125 offers several unique features that set it apart from its competitors. Its rigid perimeter frame ensures maximum stiffness while ensuring low flex for agile handling. The NS125’s rear suspension is a Nitrox monoshock unit that provides better stability and damping. Additionally, its 12-litre fuel tank makes it a great choice for commuters.

Yamaha Fazer V2 Fi

The Yamaha Fazer is one of the most popular sports tourers in India, and the V2 Fi is an upgrade to the previous model. This model features a new fuel tank and mudguard design, split seats, and a sporty step up seat. It also boasts improved fuel efficiency, and is available in a wide range of colours, including Marble White, Burning Red, and Midnight Black.

The Yamaha Fazer V2 Fi has decent acceleration, but lacks punch compared to other 150cc bikes. Riding this bike at more than 80 km/h, riders are going to complain about its lack of power. At the same time, it takes about half the time to sprint to 100 km/h. If you’re a casual rider, this bike will likely satisfy your needs for mileage and comfort.

Hero Xpluse 200

Hero has recently launched the 4V Rally Edition, a good off-roader priced at approx Rs. 1 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It features the most off-road-biased Rally Kit. The price is attractive considering that it costs less than half of the current market price. Read on to learn more about this bike. This article was first published in It was written by a motorcyclist and is based on his experience riding the bike.

Earlier this month, the Hero XPulse 200 was spotted testing in Turkey. It was emblazoned with a Fuel Injection sticker, so we expect the model to arrive with a BS-VI engine. The XPulse 200 and XPulse 200T are expected to have a five-speed gearbox. The XPulse 200 was launched in October, priced at Rs 1,28,150 ex-showroom, Delhi.

TVS Raider 125

The TVS Raider 125 is an entry-level motorcycle priced at less than one lakh rupees (ex-showroom Delhi). It will be available in two variants: the drum and disc. This bike will compete with the Honda SP 125 and offers a range of first-in-class features. These include a reverse LCD digital speedometer, optional 5-inch TFT cluster with Voice Assist, multiple ride modes, and under-seat storage.

The TVS Raider 125 is equipped with a powerful, yet reliable 124.8 cc engine that produces 8.37 kW at 7,500 rpm and 11.2 Nm at 6,000 rpm. The bike accelerates from 0-60 kmph in just 5.9 seconds, with a top speed of 99 kmph. The fuel-efficient engine delivers a smooth ride, while a 10-litre fuel tank ensures you’ll get close to 500 km on a single tank.


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