Since the beginning of 2021, two-wheeler manufacturers have begun to increase their vehicle prices. Recently, Hero MotoCorp Baja Auto, and TVS Motors have announced an increase in their vehicle prices. In addition, the price of passenger compartment bikes has also increased. So let’s learn about the top 3 cheapest bikes in the country –
Hero HF Deluxe: Hero Motocorp’s cheapest bike HF Deluxe, the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, is available on the market in a total of five variants. Its base Kickstart Spock Wheel variant is priced at Rs 50,200. At the same time, the alloy wheel variant is set at Rs 51,200. At the same time, its top variant Self Start FI – I3S variant is priced at Rs 61,225. The bike uses a 97.2 cc engine which produces 8 PS of power and 8.05 Nm of torque.
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Bajaj City 100: Bajaj Auto has also increased the price of its bikes, and now its cheap bike City 100 is even more expensive. Priced at Rs 47,654, the ex-showroom is priced at Rs. The bike uses a 102 cc single cylinder air cooled engine that produces 7.9 ps of power and 8.34 Nm of torque. It has a telescopic fork suspension at the front and a spring suspension at the rear.
TVS Sport: TVS Motors has recently increased the price of the most affordable bike sport. Its price has now risen to Rs 56,100. The company used a 109.7cc single cylinder air cooled engine on this bike. It produces 8.29PS and 8.7Nm of torque. The bike is named in the Asia Book of Records for best mileage.