Best Bike Under 4 Lakhs Rs. in India
In recent days, the motorcycling has seen a tremendous change and has transformed the trend of using 100cc for commuting to flagship superbikes for long ride and daily commute. Simply speaking, if you are riding a bike with 150cc of engine, you have a huge range of bikes available to choose from so you can fulfill your needs of performance and upgrade your motorcycle. The following list contains every special aspect of biking, including 1-cylinder naked street fighters to fully faired, 2-cylinder performance machines. Have a look at the list of top 10 best bikes in and around Rs. 3 Lakhs.
Ninja 250 was the first bike from Kawasaki which had the combo of best of Japanese engineering in a quarter-liter segment on two wheels. It was the glimpse to the future. Just recently, Kawasaki planned to change the game by launching the more capable and effective machine, Ninja 300. Just recently, the company decided to change the game by launching more powerful bike. Kawasaki Ninja 300 has everything to have an essence of perfection. It is powered by parallel twin, liquid-cooled, 296cc engine which delivers more torque and power than 250cc engine does. It has 27 Nm of torque and 39 PS of power.
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For Yamaha Motors India, it took a long time to focus on making perfect sports bikes rather than commuters and scooters. The YZF R3 is the first shot of Yamaha in for Indian bikers in the flagship performance bikes. It totally resembles YZF R25 in features and looks. R3 is different from R25 is because of its heart. It is powered by parallel twin, liquid cooled, 321cc engine which delivers 29 Nm of torque and 42 PS of ballistic power. It is powered by all the heavenly genes of YZF-R family.
The bike is credited for being introduced as the first mover in quarter-liter bikes. Hailing from South Korea, Hyosung is winning the heart of bikers by offering GT 250R in stance and size just similar to that of mid-weight bikes which are positioned higher in price and specifications. It looks quite large and the original design has been mostly unchanged since inception. It is the first small capacity bike ever for having a 2-cylinder engine and it harnesses its strength from V-twin, liquid cooled 249cc engine. It produces the power of 28.3 PS and torque of 22.07 Nm.
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So you want the fully faired bike with all the qualities of Ninja 300, Kawasaki Z250 is the solution. It is designed as the naked counterpart of Ninja 300 and it looks a scaled down variant of powerful and premium 4-cylinder Z800 which has larger stance as compared to its normal dimensions. It is bolstered with 249cc liquid cooled mill which delivers 21 Nm of torque and 33 PS of power.
It hails all the way from Italy which houses several artistic and stunning automobiles. Benelli is an unheard brand which produces some of the most powerful bikes in the world. TNT 300 is yet another creation which is a bigger competitor of various naked street fighters. The liquid cooled, 300 cc, liquid cooled engine powers up the bike with 38 PS and torque of 26.5 Nm.
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KTM launches the RC 390 in India and breaks all the records of awesomeness. It is the highly powerful pocket rocket which fulfills the ever-rising demands of Indian motorcycling lovers. It has all the ingredients that a performance craver wants in his bike – huge range of fancy accessories, full fairing and aerodynamic design, an intoxicating exhaust and an engine which roars all the way to rule the roads. It features backlit switchgear, twin projector headlamps, completely digital instrument console, daytime LED lamps, ABS, trellis frame and some more first-class features. The heart of the bike is its 373cc engine. The hyperactive powerhouse generates 35 Nm of torque and whopping 43 PS of power.
Duke 390 came around a year in advance before RC 390. It was a kind of a glimpse to the vivid future when KTM ventured in India. The bike is based on Duke 200 and it clearly resembles the looks of Duke 200. But it has different body graphics, ABS, handlebar guards, trellis frame, orange wheels and the engine. The razor-sharp, furious and wild design and host of features makes Duke 390 a powerful beast to have. It features single-cylinder, liquid cooled, 373 cc Engine.
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It was launched along with RC 390 in India, which is too hardcore and extreme. RC200 is brutal and looks mostly the same as RC390. Except ABS, the list of features is exactly the same as RC 390. It borrows the power-train from Duke 200. The badass beast is powered by single cylinder, liquid-cooled 199.5 cc engine which produces 19 Nm of torque and 25 PS of power. It is much like RC 390 but has too quick acceleration, stiff ride and agile dynamics.
It was the first ever quarter liter single cylinder bike from Honda in the Indian market. It was the first shot for Honda in performance biking segments. It had just a few competitors when it was launched. So, it enjoyed the overnight success. The bikes looks identical to the bigger CBRs like CBR 1000 RR and CBR 600RR. The bike is powered by single cylinder, liquid cooled, 249.6 cc engine which churns out 22.9 Nm of torque and 26 bhp of power.
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It is the bike which is enjoying the growth and marks its foray to the market of India. The company offered the solutions to all the enthusiasts who are looking for more power over CBRs and R15s. It is powered by liquid cooled, single cylinder 199.5cc engine which churns out 19 Nm of torque and 25 PS of power.
|1||Kawasaki Ninja 300||₹ 3.6 Lakhs|
|2||Yamaha YZF R3||₹ 3.25 Lakhs|
|3||Hyosung GT 250R||₹ 3.1 Lakhs|
|4||Kawasaki Z250||₹ 2.99 Lakhs|
|5||Benelli TNT 300||₹ 2.83 Lakhs|
|6||KTM RC 390||₹ 2.12 Lakhs|
|7||KTM Duke 390||₹ 1.95 Lakhs|
|8||KTM RC 200||₹ 1.7 Lakhs|
|9||Honda CBR 250R||₹ 1.88 Lakhs|
|10||KTM Duke 200||₹ 1.4 Lakhs|