Those who purchase 150 cc motorbikes are often graduating from a lower engine capacity; but these days a majority of the buyers get a 150cc motorbike because the latest bikes in India are very reasonably priced, thus buying a 150cc motorbike isn’t a very big deal right now. Every major motorbike manufacturer has plenty of 150cc bike segments in their current sale in present days – no matter whether you are looking for Honda, Bajaj or Yamaha bikes you would find a wide range to choose from. We have compiled a brief review on top 5 150cc bikes in India.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 CC with DTS-i engine is one of the most popular 150 cc bikes of current time – in India and the countries and regions nearby. Pulsar’s stylish looks and flexible maneuvering capabilities give the pillions the feeling of safety, and riders the ultimate pleasure. The 149 cc engine pulls of 15 bhp maximum power at 9,000 rpm and the maximum torque this engine provides is 12 Nm at 6,500 rpm. There are 5 gears, all manual. The fuel tank is 15 liters and this bike’s mileage is 65 kmpl. Price – Rs. 73,382.
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Yamaha FZS V2.0 is the ultimate youth expression in motorbikes for the Indian people – though it’s a Japanese company, but the Yamaha FZS v2.0 is equally popular in India, or maybe more than the manufacturing country itself. The 149 cc engine pulls of 13 bhp maximum power output at 8,000 rpm and the maximum torque figure is 12.80 Nm at 6,000 rpm. There are 5 gears, the fuel tank is 12 liters and rated mileage is 45 kmpl. Price – Rs. 85,451.
Honda Unicorn CB is an addition to the 150 cc motorbike range in the reasonable price range from Honda Japan; and the popularity of this motorbike in this region is immense. The engine displacement is 149 cc; maximum power output from Honda Unicorn CB’s eengine is 13.14 bhp at 8,500 rpm and the maximum torque output is 12.84 Nm at 5,500 rpm. There are 5 gears, all manual. The bike’s stopping power is provided by disc brakes. Price – Rs. 68,004.
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Despite being a 2014 model, the Xtreme 2014 from Hero is much adored to the young generation. It offers 14.20 bhp maximum power output at 8,500 rpm and the maximum torque figure for this motorbike is 12.80 Nm at 6,500 rpm. There are 5 manual gears in the transmission system. Rated mileage on Hero Xtreme 2014 is rated 50 kmpl. Price – Rs. 66,631.
Yamaha YZF R15 offers sports bike-like engine pickup, even though the engine is still a 150 cc unit. The maximum power output is 16.70 bhp at 8,500 rpm and 15 Nm maximum torque output is rated at 7,500 rpm. There are 6 gears for the extreme sporty feeling – and the fuel efficiency of 42 kmpl makes it feel like a street bike with reasonable mileage at the same time. Price – Rs. 119,466.
The 150 cc segment bikes often get replaced with a newer version of the same motorbike with better engine configuration and visuals – to know more about the upcoming motorbikes in India, you could keep connected with us.
|1.||Bajaj Pulsar||₹ 73,382|
|2.||Yamaha FZ-S||₹ 85,451|
|3.||Honda Unicorn CB||₹ 68,004|
|4.||Hero Xtreme||₹ 66,631|
|5.||Yamaha YZF||₹ 119,466|