TVS launched the XL 100 BS6 in India with a starting price of Rs 43,889; making it the most affordable fuel-injected two-wheeler in the country. In the same price range as the XL 100, there are five BS6-compliant motorcycles you can buy. Hero Splendor Plus
The Splendor Plus holds the title of being India’s quintessential commuter motorcycle for over two decades. However, Hero recently updated it to comply with the latest emission norms and priced it at Rs 59,600 for the base kick-start with alloy wheels variant. It is also available in a self-start version and an i3S variant priced at Rs 61,900 and Rs 63,110 respectively. The Splendor Plus is powered by a fuel-injected, 100cc motor that produces 7.91bhp and 8.05Nm.
The Hero HF Deluxe was one of the first motorcycles in the commuter segment to comply with BS6 norms. Launched in December 2019, the HF Deluxe comes with a fuel-injected 100cc engine that is good for 7.94bhp and 8.05Nm of torque; similar to the aforementioned Splendor Plus. Hero is offering the motorcycle in two variants: self-start with alloy wheels and self-start alloy wheels with i3S technology. While the former costs Rs 55,925, the premium version is priced at Rs 57,250. Bajaj CT100 Another option in the 100cc commuter segment is the Bajaj CT100. The motorcycle is available in two variants; kick start with alloy wheels priced at Rs 40,794 and self-start with alloy wheels which costs Rs 48,474. Powering the CT100 is a 99cc, fuel-injected engine that puts out 8.1bhp and 8.05Nm. It comes with a 10.5-litre fuel tank.
You can also opt for the Platina 100 which comes with the same 99cc, engine with a fuel-injection system to make it BS6-compliant. This motor produces 8.2bhp and 8Nm. The Platina 100 comes with a bigger 13-litre fuel-tank as compared to the CT100. Bajaj is offering the motorcycle in two variants- kick start with alloy and electric start with alloy wheels. The base kick start version costs Rs 47,265 while the self-start variant is priced at Rs 54,797.
Bajaj also offers a slightly more powerful version of the CT100 in the form of the CT110. It gets a 115cc, fuel-injected motor that produces 8.6bhp and 9.81Nm. As with the other Bajaj motorcycles in this list, the CT110 is offered in two variants. There is the kick start with alloy wheels which costs Rs 46,413 and self-start with alloy wheels at Rs 50,771.
All prices ex-showroom.