The demand for sport bikes in the Indian market has crashed, especially among the young people who are passionate about more powerful bikes. Now the Indian two-wheeler market is not limited to the passenger segment, there are many models with huge engine capacity. However, many times people will not be able to afford premium bikes because of the high price and tight budget. If this is the case for you, you can opt for a 250cc capacity affordable bike.
Today, in this article we will talk about the 3 cheapest 250cc bikes in the country, they are powerful but their price is the lowest in the segment. Our list includes Yamaha, Bajaj Auto and Suzuki bikes. So let’s learn about those powerful, affordable bikes –
1) – Bajaj Dominar 250:
The Bajaj Auto’s powerful bike, the Dominar 250, may be the best option for you, and is the most expensive bike on the list. Decorated with extremely attractive looks and strong engine capabilities, the company has provided an LED headlamp, small instrument panel, LED tail light, split seat and 17-inch alloy wheel. The bike uses a 248.8cc engine which produces 26.63bhp and 23.5Nm of torque. It has telescopic forks on the front and a monoshock suspension on the rear. Decorated with double disc brakes and tubeless tires, the bike is only available in the standard variant.
Price: Rs 1.70 lakh
Mileage: 35 to 40 km / h
2) – Suzuki Guixer 250:
Youngsters love the look of Suzuki’s best sports bike, the Gixxer. The aerodynamic design and attractive fuel tank make this bike look great. The company has also used LED lights well, using a digital instrument cluster, split seat, beefy exhaust and 17-inch alloy wheel. The bike uses a 249cc engine which produces 26.13bhp and 22.2Nm of torque. Its splash is telescopic and monoshock based. It has a tubeless tire and dual channel anti-lock braking system.
Price: Rs 1.67 lakh
Mileage: 30 to 35 km / h
3) – Yamaha FZ25:
This is the cheapest bike on our list. Its special naked street look is loved by young people. In this, the company has provided Grab rails with LED lighting and split seats with a digital instrument cluster. It has a dual channel anti-lock braking system (ABS), which provides balanced braking at high speeds. On this bike, the company uses a 249cc capacity engine that produces 20.51bhp and 20.1Nm of torque. It has a telescopic fork in the front and a 7-stage monoshock suspension in the rear. Not only that, but it also has imitation guards with golden color highlights on its rim.
Price: Rs 1.53 lakh
Mileage: 45 to 50 km / h
NOTE: Any information on the prices of bikes here can be found here. Moreover, the mileage of the vehicle depends on the road condition and the driving style. It is possible to change.