World Motorcycle Day 2021: Here are the best bikes in India

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Hero Splendor

The Splendor series was launched back in 1994, after which it underwent several upgrades and refreshments. Today, the line-up consists of three primary offerings, namely the Splendor Plus, Super Splendor and the Splendor iSmart 110. Each bike is targeted towards a different customer segment.

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Hero HF Deluxe

This 97cc bike may not impress much with its looks, but it gets the job done. Helping thousands of commuters across the country every day, this HF Deluxe is a powerful machine. It can generate 8Nm of torque at peak capacity and 7.7bhp of power. At present, there are five colour options available to HF Deluxe customers.

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Bajaj Pulsar

Bajaj’s Pulsar line up is immensely popular amongst customers, especially youngsters. It caters to various riders, starting from commuters to motor-heads. Currently, the range is divided into the standard fare, offering Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180 and Pulsar 220F. Those looking for the modern frames can instead choose from the Pulsar NS 160, Pulsar NS200 and RS200.

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Honda CB Shine

With one cylinder, air-cooling and peak power of 10.5bhp at 7500rpm and maximum torque of 11Nm at 6000rpm. The five-speed gearbox also comes with fuel injection delivery system. Additional features of the bike include telescopic suspensions and tubeless tyres.

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Bajaj CT Series

The CT Series from Bajaj sports two main variants, each a quality bike in its own right. The CT 100 sports a 102cc manual transmission BS-VI engine. It can generate a max power of 7.9bhp at 7500rpm. On the other hand, the 115cc engine of the CT 110 can churn out impressive peak powers of 8.40bhp at 7000rpm.

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Royal Enfield Classic 350

One of Royal Enfield’s most popular and oldest bikes is the Classic 350. It features in this ‘best bikes in India 2020’ list primarily because customers never seem to get tired of this model. Demand for it is always high, even though the price is considerably higher than most other commuter vehicles.

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Hero Glamour

If you are a loyal Hero customer who is looking for reliability, ease of maintenance without compromising on the style, the Glamour is the perfect bike for you. Currently, the Glamour model is available in three variants, namely the base model, a fuel-injected model and an i3s technology-equipped variety.

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Bajaj Platina

Another Bajaj two-wheeler that has managed to impress customers across the country is the Platina. This commuter-friendly range is divided into two primary models, namely the Platina 100 and the Platina 110. The latter sports a slightly more powerful engine that can generate higher bhp and torque.

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Hero Passion

The Passion range is another popular bike series from Hero. Currently, the base model sports i3s technology that can help reduce fuel consumption by automatically switching off your engine when this vehicle is in idle mode. The mid-tier Passion Pro 110 sports an upgraded engine.

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TVS Apache

The TVS Apache range has consistently performed phenomenally in India. The modestly priced Apache RTR 160 is the most popular vehicle in this range, while the Apache RR310 is the most feature-heavy version. This latter vehicle is primarily suited for racing and other performance-oriented activities.

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