Latest bikes in India with 180 cc engines would mostly have engine pick up like sports bikes, the engine output and torque figures are drastically upgraded over the past few years which results in an enjoyable bike riding experience. However, safety concerns are involved as well but as long as a bike rider and the pillion are using necessary safety measurements, they are less susceptible to fatal accidents than those who do not. 180cc motorbikes would be much thrilling to ride on, but definitely remember the fuel cost is going to increase and also the risk of major injuries go up in a spike. Here is a brief review on top 5 180cc bikes in India.
The same motorbike is available in a 150 cc model, which is extremely popular in India and even in the other countries in the same region. However, this specific model comes with a 178 cc engine, which offers 17 bhp maximum power output at 8,500 rpm and the maximum torque output figure in Pulsar’s 180cc DTS-i engine is 14 Nm. There are 5 manual gears for a fluid experience in riding this bike, and front disk brakes ensure stopping in correct time, safely. Price – Rs. 76,687.
TVS Apache RTR 180 has a fierce outlook, and it comes in bright shiny colors like yellow or bold black – all these colors provide the necessary appeal a bike of this category requires. The engine displacement on the TVS Apache RTR 180 is 177 cc. It offers maximum engine output of 17.30 bhp at 8,500 rpm and 15.50 Nm maximum torque at 6,500 rpm. There are 5 gears in the manual transmission system. Even with such a powerful configuration, the mileage is impressive – 46 kmpl. Price – Rs. 76,004.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is an extremely powerful motorbike from Apache, it’s in the RTR range. This motorbike has evolved from the earlier Apache 180 models and received both cosmetics and engine improvements. The maximum output on this 197.75 cc engine is 20.70 bhp at 9,000 rpm and 18.10 Nm maximum torque at 7,000 rpm. The fuel tank capacity is 12 liters, and top speed on this motorcycle is 127 kmph. Price – Rs. 88,300.
The Yamaha Fazer isn’t really a 180 cc bike since the engine displacement is around 155 cc, yet the performance has put this motorbike in nearly the same category. There are 5 manual gears in the transmission, and like the other Yamaha bikes in this category this one also offers a mileage of 45 kmpl. Price – Rs. 84,751.
Almost like a sports bike in the exterior, even the performance is nearly similar on the Bajaj Pulsar NS200. The engine is 199 cc with 23 bhp maximum power output at 9,500 rpm and 18 Nm maximum torque at 8,000 rpm. There are 6 gears, and the fuel efficiency is 40 kmpl. The fuel tank can hold 12 liters of fuel. Price – Rs. 93,457.
180 cc is not very common as people either buy 150 cc or 200 cc; however there would be more upcoming bikes in Indian market in the 180 cc range as time goes by.
|1||Bajaj Pulsar 180 CC||₹ 76,687|
|2||TVS Apache RTR 180||₹ 76,004|
|3||TVS Apache RTR 200 4V||₹ 88,300|
|4||Yamaha Fazer||₹ 84,751|
|5||Bajaj Pulsar NS200||₹ 93,457|