New Delhi: Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India has launched a new 100cc bike Shine 100 in the country a few days back. This is the company’s first bike in the 100cc commuter segment. Also, it is one of the cheapest motorcycles in the country. If you also want to buy a new cheap bike, then today we are going to tell you about the top 5 most affordable bikes in the country.
Hero HF 100
The Hero HF 100 is currently the cheapest motorcycle in the segment in India, with an ex-showroom price of Rs 54,962. It also gets a 97cc engine with HF Deluxe, which produces 8hp power and 8.05Nm torque. But i3S stop-start technology is not seen in it. There is only one option of kick-starter in this.
Hero HF Deluxe
Hero HF Deluxe, one of the most popular two wheeler models in the 100cc segment, is priced between Rs.61,232 to Rs.68,382, ex-showroom. It gets a 97cc ‘sloper’ engine, which is equipped with Hero’s i3S stop-start technology. Kick starter is available in its lower variants and electric starter is available in upper variants.
The ex-showroom price of TVS Sport ranges from Rs 61,500 to Rs 69,873. It gets a 109.7cc engine, which generates power of 8.3hp and torque of 8.7Nm. Both kick start and self start facility is available in it.
Honda Shine 100
The starting ex-showroom price of Honda Shine 100 is Rs 64,900. It is a simple style bike with features like auto choke system and side-stand engine cut-off. It is a motorcycle that gets OBD-2A compliant and E20 fuel supporting engine. It is powered by a 99.7cc engine, which produces 7.61hp power and 8.05Nm torque. An electric starter has also been given in it.
Bajaj Platina 100
The starting ex-showroom price of Bajaj Platina 100 is Rs.67,475. It uses a 102cc engine with Bajaj’s signature DTS-i technology. It is the only bike in the segment that does not get fuel-injection, instead it uses Bajaj’s e-carb. This engine produces 7.9hp power and 8.3Nm torque. In this, LED DRL is seen in the front.