The lure of the open road, with the wind in your hair and the countryside passing you by… that is what cruisers are made for. There’s a cruiser for pockets of every size – which one will truly allow you kick back and enjoy the experience, though? BikeWale brings you a list of top 10 cruiser bikes in India. The list has been curated from the enormous amount of data being generated while researching cruisers

on BikeWale. We bring you information about ex-showroom price, colors, variants, monthly units sold, popularity and launch date of the best cruisers to help you pick the best one. To buy the best cruisers, BikeWale recommends you to explore the list of best cruisers in India. Just remember: it’s all in the journey, so take your time!

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And the top 10 cruiser bikes are...

  • 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.

  • Royal Enfield Bullet 350

    • 346 cc
    • 37 kmpl
    • 19.8 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    2 variants, 5 colors January 1932 8,488

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,16,047
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    The Bullet 350 is now available in two different options, one with original old school Royal Enfield badging without a disc brake and electric start. And one with new colour schemes and the electric start and the disc brake, which was branded as the Electra earlier. Over the years, the Bullet has evolved and still stayed true to its essence of being an old-school cruiser.

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  • Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350

    • 346 cc
    • 25 kmpl
    • 19.8 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 5 colors March 2000 3,113

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,50,307
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    Although Royal Enfield has been selling the Thunderbird in India since the year 2000, it was only by 2009 that the brand updated the motorcycle comprehensively by introducing the 346 cc unit construction engine (UCE) that now powers all their 350cc models.

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  • UM Renegade Commando

    • 279.5 cc
    • 25 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold
    1 variant, 3 colors February 2016 Not Available

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    1,80,525
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    The UM Renegade Commando is an entry-level cruiser which shares its platform with the Renegade Classic and the Renegade Sport S. Powered by a 279cc engine, the Renegade Commando has been designed to look like a scaled down American cruiser.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street

    • 150 cc
    • 50 kmpl
    • 14.3 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 2 colors October 2015 7,311

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    83,048
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    The Avenger Street 150 is the highest selling bike in the Avenger series. This was possible due to its pricing and the way the bike looks.

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  • Harley Davidson Street 750

    • 749 cc
    • 47 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    2 variants, 6 colors February 2014 153

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    5,20,213
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    As the most affordable motorcycle in the Harley-Davidson’s line-up, the Street 750 is the stepping stone to the Harley Owners Group. The company launched a mildly refreshed version of the Street 750 in 2016 featuring ABS and a few creature comforts.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 220 Street

    • 220 cc
    • 53 kmpl
    • 19 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 2 colors October 2015 4,732

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    91,892
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    Bajaj has resurrected the Avenger cruiser brand with the launch of the new Avenger Street. This new iteration is being offered in two variants – 220 Street and 150 Street. While the smaller 150cc version is a new addition built to attract a wider audience base, it’s the Avenger 220 Street that takes forward the legacy of the iconic Avenger brand in India.

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  • Harley Davidson Iron 883

    • 883 cc
    • 20 kmpl
    • 50 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 5 colors March 2011 36

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    8,44,337
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    The Iron 883 used to be the stepping stone to that all-hallowed brand from Milwaukee, but with a younger, more affordable brand in the Street series taking on that role, the Iron 883 now assumes the role of the middleweight cruiser and the entry to the Dark Custom family.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise

    • 220 cc
    • 53 kmpl
    • 19 bhp
    Available in Launched in Unit sold (January)
    1 variant, 2 colors October 2015 4,732

    Ex-showroom price, Mumbai

    91,892
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    With the launch of the new Avenger 220 Cruise, Bajaj has expanded its reach to a bigger audience. The Avenger 220 Cruise has been positioned as a leisure cruising motorcycle thanks to a host of cosmetic updates and better ergonomics to give a fresh lease of life.

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Disclaimer: The list of top 10 cruiser bikes has been curated based on data collected from users of BikeWale. The best cruiser 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 cruiser 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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