Are you tired of scratching your head looking for the best motorbike of 2020?
Well, I agree. It is tough to pick the best motorcycle when you have more than 200 models available.
With a colossal measure of the ubiquity of motorbikes in India, we are here help you pick the best this year based on data value, variations, color, dispatch date, and so on.
So, let us start our investigation and rundown the best motorbikes of 2020 right away.
- Royal Enfield Classic 350
With 350cc engine, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 is a cruiser motorbike, propelled in November 2012. This immortal looking motorbike has its heritage and reliable presentation with a machine you can depend on.
The new form of Royal Enfield 350 classic is the BS6 version, and its starting value is Rs. 1.65 lakhs (ex-showroom). The motorbike gets a greener motor and a couple of additional items.
The BS6 model in Classic comes in two shades-Stealth Black and Chrome Black. With new nine-spoked alloy wheels and tubeless tires, it gets a single horn instead. The motorcycle additionally has a long exhaust heat shield.
The engine gets fuel-injection set up and conveys an intensity of 19.3 PS at 5250 rpm and torque of 28 Nm at 4000 rpm along with a wind deflector. It comes under one of the fuel efficiency models. The new 2020 Royal Enfield Classic likewise saw changes in its structure, which incorporates a new fuel tank, new design taillamp, and new grab rails. The new model also gets a semi-advanced instrument panel with a simple speedometer and a digital readout meter. It has an original air filter box with the rear disc moved towards the right, and sprocket and chain moved towards the left.
- Bajaj Pulsar 150
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon got revived with a new tank size. However, besides this, the motorbike remains unaltered unequivocally. It is the single most selling bike from Bajaj with 150 cc single-cylinder engine and DTSi technology.
Unusually, Bajaj hasn’t increased its price, and it continues to be at Rs 75,200 (ex-showroom). The new Pulsar produces a power of 14 PS at 8,000 rpm and a peak torque of 13.4 Nm at 6,000 rpm. It comes with a five-speed gearbox with high fuel-efficiency.
It consists of 37 mm of front forks and a twin nitrox absorber at the back. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 has reliably been the on-going the choice for the new motorbike riders in India. To increase its sales among youngsters, the new Pulsar comes in new shades: Neon red, Neon silver, and Neon yellow. All three varieties of Bajaj Pulsar 150 have single-channel ABS.
- Yamaha YZF R15 V3
The 155 cc range YZF R15 V3 from Yamaha captured the Indian motorbike community the same way as CBZ did after its launch. It is a mileage-friendly motorbike with a fuel-efficiency of 48.75 Kmpl. Equipped by a liquid-cooled single-cylinder motor, the YZF R15 V3 produces a power of 19.3 PS at 1000 rpm and a peak torque output of 14.7 Nm at 8500 rpm. The fuel tank capacity is 11 Liters that give it a sporty look.
The motorbike comes with dual-channel ABS with a digital instrument panel. The R15 also gets LED headlight and double disc brakes, a 282 mm front disc, and a 220 mm rear disc.
It is a BS6 version with a price tag of Rs. 1.40 lakhs (ex-showroom).
- Honda SP 125:
The SP 125 cruiser valued at Rs.72, 900 (ex-showroom) from Honda, is the BS6 version, that will launch in April 2020. The motorbike gets a new fuel-infused arrangement with 124 ccs air-cooled, single-cylinder motor, and a mileage of 65 Kmpl. The maximum power it produces is 10.6 bhp at 7,600 rpm and a torque of 10.9 Nm at 6,000 rpm. Honda utilized the PGM-FI fuel conveyance framework in the motorbike with a 5-speed gearbox.
The styling got altered with an energetic appearance. The SP 125 accompanies an LED headlamp and taillamp. It also includes a digital instrument panel with an eco-indicator, fuel efficiency unit, a service reminder, and standard information about the motorbike. The 18-inches dark alloy wheels, 240 mm disc brake in the front, and 130 mm of drum unit at the back help the motorbike slowdown quickly when needed.
There are four shades available Striking green, Imperial Red Metallic, Pearl Siren Blue, and Matte Axis Gray.
- Royal Enfield Bullet 350
The retro-style motorbike is one of the oldest selling bikes in India. It comes with an analog speedometer with a 346 cc single-cylinder four-stroke engine. The commuter develops a power of 19.8 bhp at 5250 rpm and a torque of 28 Nm at 400 rpm. The stopping system has a 280 mm disc brake at the front and 153 mm single drum brake at the rear.
It comes with a round fuel tank, and a mud-guard, and the rear has a taillamp and a license plate. The comfortable riding seat is an advantage.
The Bullet 350 comes in eight beautiful colors and will cost around Rs. 1.14 lakhs – Rs. 1.36 lakhs.
So, what do you think of our first list of the five out of ten motorbikes that top in 2020?
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