In India, 110cc motorcycles have been popular because of their good mileage figures, simple design, low maintenance cost, easy to ride nature and affordable pricing. Today we bring to you the top three affordable 110cc commuter bikes, which you can consider for yourself. These bikes not only fulfill all the above-mentioned requirements but are also priced lower compared to its rivals. All the prices mentioned below are ex-showroom, Navi Mumbai.
1. TVS Sport : Rs 56,300-62,975
First in the list is the TVS Sport. The design of the bike is no non-sense. It gets a TVS badge on the 10-litre fuel tank, chrome cover on the exhaust, a single piece seatseat, chunky rear grab handle and graphics all across the body. It uses halogen bulbs for the headlamp as well as for the tail lamp. The bike is powered by a 109.7cc engine which makes 8.18bhp of power at 7350rpm and 8.7Nm of torque at 4500rpm, which is mated to a four-speed manual transmission. TVS claims that the ETFI technology delivers 15 percent more mileage compared to the conventional technology. The bike is available with two-variants on offer Self-start and Kick-start.
2. Honda CD 110 dream : Rs 65,892-66,892
The second in the list is the Honda CD 110 dream, which gets a lean design, a Honda badge on the 9.1 litre fuel tank, CD 110 graphics on the side, chrome exhaust cover, a long single piece seat and a rear carrier. Powering the bike is a 109.51cc motor which churns out 8.67bhp at 7500rpm and 9.3Nm at 5500 rpm, this motor is paired to a four-speed manual transmission. Honda claims that the eSP technology delivers better mileage figures and maximises performance. There are two-variants on offer, Standard and Deluxe.
3. Hero passion pro : Rs 68,150-72,150
Final in the list is the more attractive looking Hero Passion Pro. The Passion Pro can be seen having tank extensions on its 10-litre fuel tank, graphics all across the body, multicolour scheme, single piece seat, red coloured rear twin-shock, sleek headlamp and tail-lamp design, analog speedometer and a LCD dash. At its heart sits a 110cc motor which churns out 9.02bhp at 7500rpm and 9.89Nm at 5500rpm, which is coupled to a four-speed manual gearbox. Hero has introduced the i3s technology which saves fuel on the Passion Pro. The bike is offered with four variants - drum, disc and 100 million edition for both variants.