Top 7 Most Affordable Motorcycles in 2017
Top 7 Most Affordable Motorcycles: It’s been some time since we recorded the most economical motorcycle available to consumers ABS, with this safety attribute. This midterm report lists the motorcycles with ABS so far, in 2017.
TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS
TVS remains the only manufacturer to provide the motorcycle with ABS. Remember, the RTR 180 is also the first Indian bike for ABS, also it comes with the additional advantage of a rear wheel lift avoidance system as well, unlike a number of different bikes on this listing. Priced at Rs 90,000, ex-showroom, Delhi, it is priced significantly lower than the next motorcycle on this list.
Suzuki Gixxer SF
The carburetted SF and its fuel-injected sibling, the SF FI, get the choice of ABS now. It is a single-channel system that prevents the wheel from locking. We anticipate this technology from Suzuki to receive a little bit more affordable when it debuts its edition. At this time, however, you can have your Gixxer SF ABS either with carburetor at Rs 95,000 or with gas injection at Rs 99,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Just like the Suzuki sisters, the Pulsar RS200 Provides single-channel ABS as an option. While we want Bajaj gave it ABS about the back wheel as well and went all the way, something is better than nothing, and if this something makes the product more affordable, so much the greater. You can have an ABS-equipped RS200 for Rs 1.34 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi, a premium of nearly Rs 12,000 over the typical motorcycle.
Bajaj Dominar 400
The only Bajaj product to provide dual-channel ABS, the Dominar 400’s large displacement, and corresponding performance necessitates the next channel of ABS. It is not a system that may be switched off, however since it’s a mix of street bike and cruiser, it isn’t expected to do many obligations on dirt tracks or worse. You can have yourself a Dominar for Rs 1.42 lakhs, but specify ABS and you are going to need to shell out Rs 14,000 more (ex-showroom, Delhi).
KTM 390 Duke/RC390
All these KTM twins really are a generation apart at the moment, but that gap will be lowered. The RC390 has a switchable ABS system — which means you can turn it off if you want to. The 390 Duke is a generation newer, so it gets a third ‘Enduro’ setting where it switches off the ABS for the rear wheel only. In riding on dirt this setting will help. The 390 Duke and RC390 are one of the few models that are not accessible without ABS. You may take an RC390 for Rs 2.34 lakhs and also a 390 Duke for Rs 2.3 lakhs, ex-showroom, Delhi.
Benelli TNT 300/ 302R
The 300cc sisters out of Benelli are similar in concept they are essentially the same platform with different applications also. The 302R is currently offered with ABS, whereas the TNT300 will shortly have that option. For now, you can have yourself a Benelli 302R with ABS for Rs 3.48 lakhs, ex-showroom, Delhi.
Harley-Davidson Street 750
The Street 750 has ever been the most affordable big bike with the choice of ABS, and it retains that crown even now. It will not have a braking system with a lot of feedback and feel, but the ABS that has been introduced in 2016 to it provides the rider a great deal of confidence. H-D’s highest-selling version could be yours for Rs 5.42 lakhs, ex-showroom Delhi, a premium of Rs 28,000 within the non-ABS version.
These are the Top 7 Most Affordable Motorcycles now available in India.