When you have more than 200 different motorcycle models, it gets difficult to choose the best bike. With an enormous amount of data being generated everyday by bike buyers in India on BikeWale, this list of best bikes truly reflects the popularity of bikes in India. We bring you information about ex-showroom price, colors, variants, monthly units sold, popularity and launch date of best bikes to help you pi

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  • Royal Enfield Classic 350

    • 346 cc
    • 37 kmpl
    • 19.8 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    2 variants, 8 colors November 2009 39,391

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,39,340
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    The Classic 350 is the unsung hero of the Royal Enfield range: other models like the Thunderbird, the Classic 500 and Himalayan grab the headlines because of their many features, but it is the Classic 350 that makes up the numbers for the Chennai-based two-wheeler manufacturer. Its retro styling combined with the relatively affordable price tag have made it the highest-selling RE model so far.

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  • Bajaj Dominar 400

    • 373.3 cc
    • 34.5 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    2 variants, 3 colors December 2016 2,816

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,44,409
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    The Bajaj Dominar 400 is the next step for the company: the Dominar series of motorcycles will sit above the Pulsar range, and not just in displacement. The starting point is this, the Dominar 400. It sports a host of features – a 373cc fuel injected engine with three spark plugs, liquid cooling, a twin spar frame, a rear disc brake and ABS. Its standout feature is the LED headlamp, which offers possibly the best illumination among Indian motorcycles at the time of its launch. The all-digital instrument cluster is a ‘reverse LCD’ type, and offers a lot of information including twin trip meters, a clock and a shift light. The fact that it shares components with other models in its lineup as well its sister company KTM’s models has helped Bajaj achieve the pricing it has. Fit and finish, however, are a cut above the price bracket, and the Royal Enfield Classic 350, while catering to a slightly different target audience, should be just a bit worried about the impact the Dominar can have on the price bracket.

  • Honda CB Hornet 160R

    • 162.71 cc
    • 52 kmpl
    • 15.44 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    4 variants, 7 colors December 2015 10,231

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    86,041
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    The CB Hornet 160R is Honda’s answer to the Yamaha FZ Fi and the Suzuki Gixxer. Based on the CB Unicorn 160, the CB Hornet 160R is a stylish offering from the Japanese manufacturer.

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  • Honda Activa 3G

    • 109.2 cc
    • 61 kmpl
    • 8 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 6 colors February 2015 1,96,996

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    54,609
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    Honda has been calling the Activa the reigning ‘King of Scooters’ since the last 15 years and they aren’t exaggerating. Since its launch in 2000, the scooter has been the top-selling scooter in India.

  • TVS Apache RTR 160

    • 160 cc
    • 50 kmpl
    • 15 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    2 variants, 5 colors June 2007 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    77,126
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    TVS Motors launched the Apache brand in India in 2007 and the Apache RTR 160 is the first bike from the Apache series that was introduced in the Indian market. Today three variants namely Apache RTR 160 Hyper edge, Apache RTR 180 and Apache RTR 180 ABS are available.

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  • Bajaj Pulsar RS200

    • 199.5 cc
    • 35 kmpl
    • 24.5 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    2 variants, 3 colors March 2015 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,32,022
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    After number of spy pictures doing the round of the internet, Bajaj Motorcycles has finally launched its first fully-faired motorcycle, the Pulsar RS 200 for the Indian market. Previously touted to be called as the SS200, this bike has been the most anticipated launch from the company.

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  • KTM RC200

    • 199 cc
    • 35 kmpl
    • 25 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    2 variants, 2 colors September 2014 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,77,486
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    The RC200 is the entry-level sportsbike from KTM for the Indian market. The fully-faired motorcycle, based on the Duke 200, is one of the few budget track-oriented machines on sale in India.

  • TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

    • 197.75 cc
    • 41 kmpl
    • 20.7 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    3 variants, 7 colors January 2016 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    99,225
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    The Apache RTR 200 4V is the new flagship model in TVS’ line-up. A big step up from the Apache RTR 180, this model has undergone a major cosmetic and technological revamp to give it a new lease of life.

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  • Honda Activa 125

    • 124 cc
    • 54 kmpl
    • 8.5 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    3 variants, 5 colors April 2014 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    61,134
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    Honda Two Wheelers India has launched its first 125cc automatic scooter in India with the Activa 125. Based on the hugely popular Activa, this new model is said to have been developed to offer a compelling blend of performance, efficiency, comfort and advanced features in the highly competitive 125cc scooter segment.

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  • Bajaj Pulsar 150

    • 149 cc
    • 65 kmpl
    • 15 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 3 colors November 2001 23,244

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    78,179
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    The Bajaj Pulsar 150 has been the Pune-based automaker’s main seller for the last 10 years and has changed Bajaj’s fortunes since its debut. Launched in November 2001, the Bajaj Pulsar and its larger twin were a revelation for the Indian market which until that time had been populated with commuter motorcycles and the single player called the Hero Honda CBZ in the 150cc segment. Its advanced styling and many modern features further fuelled the demand for premium commuters and set the bike on a course for the history books.

Disclaimer: The list of top 10 bikes has been curated based on data collected from users of BikeWale. The best bikes's list doesn't intend to comment anything on the quality of bikes. The list is revised every month based on interest shown by users and hence the list shows only monthly trends. The data for monthly unit sold which has been used for top 10 bikes has been taken from www.autopunditz.com. The unit sold is presented to help users make an informed decision.
Note: Data of unit sold for top models of Passion, Splendor, Glamour, Xtreme, Karizma, Activa, Gusto, Access, GIXXER, Apache, Ray and FZ series bikes has been produced same as for entire series as the data of individual model is not available.

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