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The Hero HF Dawn is the most affordable Hero product on sale. It has nothing that is not essential to a motorcycle. It is currently available with a kick start and spoke rims only, but a variant with electric start and alloy wheels is expected later. There are a lot of blacked out parts like the frame and engine that distinguish it from the previous Dawn. At the time of its launch it was available only in Odisha, but more states will be added to the sales footprint presently. It competes with the Bajaj CT100B and TVS Sport.
The Yamaha Saluto RX is Yamaha’s entry-level offering in the lucrative 110cc commuter segment. A successor to the Yamaha Crux, the Saluto RX adopts a brand new platform and engine with BlueCore technology.
The Hero HF Deluxe is the second most affordable product from Hero MotoCorp. The Hero CD Deluxe was re-branded to Hero HF Deluxe after Hero ended its joint venture with Honda in 2010. Despite it being affordable, it offers electric start and alloy wheels as options. The Hero HF Deluxe is powered by an air-cooled 97.2 cc four-stroke single-cylinder OHC engine that produces 8.2bhp of power at 8000rpm and 8.05Nm of torque at 5.00rpm. It now has an i3s start/stop system as an option as well. This motor is mated to a four-speed gearbox. The company claims that the bike gives a fuel efficiency of 82kmpl. The bike competes with the Bajaj CT100, TVS Sport and Honda CD 110 Dream. Prices for the HF Deluxe start at Rs 39,000 for the variant with kick start and spoked rims, going up to Rs 48,000 for the variant with self-start, i3s, linked brakes, and alloy wheels (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The TVS Star City Plus was first showcased at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. It’s an updated version of TVS’ popular commuter motorcycle, Star City. The model has several added features as well as cosmetic changes and is available with the option of an electric starter.
The Platina has been the 100cc urban product from the Bajaj stable, and now Bajaj has given it an upgrade by shoehorning the Discover 110’s engine into it. It gets the power and displacement of the Discover, at 115cc and 8.6bhp, and it also gets the Discover’s stylish alloy wheels. The rest of the body panels remain the same, although there are cosmetic differences such as rear springs that are gold coloured, and decals and badging different from its 100cc sibling. A front disc brake is not an option.
The Bajaj Platina Comfortec is a basic no frills motorcycle positioned above the CT100. Targeted at consumers who are looking for a hassle-free commuter motorcycle, the Platina Comfortec was updated with reworked suspension to offer a more comfortable ride.
The Tork T6X is the first production electric motorcycle to be launched in the Indian market. Featuring several first in class features, the T6X is pegged as an eco-friendly alternative to petrol-powered commuter motorcycles.