The yamaha mt-15 version 2.0 is definitely a better bike than its predecessor, But is it the best version of it? The Yamaha r15, It holds a high regard among Indian bikers and for good reasons It offered a mix of performance, Handling, Features and styling which is still unbeatable.
The yamaha mt-15 is powered by a 155cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled 4-valve producing 18.4ps at 10, 000rpm and 14.1nm at 7500rpm. While the engine displacement is the same as the older bike, Power and torque figures are down by 0.1ps and 0.2nm.
It uses the same deltabox frame, Braking hardware and rear monoshock unit. However, The rear swingarm used on the mt-15 is now a cast aluminum unit and it sports a usd fork as seen on the r15 v4.One big miss on the 2022 mt-15 is the lack of dual-channel abs.
The price of Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 starts at Rs. 1,64,400 and goes upto Rs. 1,65,400. Yamaha MT-15 Version 2.0 is offered in 2 variants – MT-15 Version 2.0 STD and the top variant MT-15 Version 2.0 MotoGP Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1,65,400.
The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has been one of the nicest 200cc motorcycles in India, It gets features like adjustable front suspension and hand levers, which are unheard of on bikes in the same segment or even a step higher. However, the lack of a sixth gear limits its touring potential.
Tvs apache RTR 200 4V comes with 4 riding modes and each mode gives you a very different riding posture.Pickup of bike is best in its 200cc segment.It goes up to 141kmph top speed which I have tested on my own.Engine is so powerful that you can ride this bike anywhere whether you are taking corners or going off roading.
The price of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V starts at Rs. 1,39,690 and goes upto Rs. 1,44,740. TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is offered in 2 variants – Apache RTR 200 4V Single Channel ABS and the top variant Apache RTR 200 4V Dual Channel ABS which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1,44,740.
“The best bike under 200cc segment.That a road beast literally the performance is extremely best and comfortable for daily use also”
The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6 gets fuel-injection and an additional catalytic converter, which are the main reason for the price hike. Power and torque have increased by 1PS and 0.2Nm to 24.5PS and 18.5Nm on the BS6 version, while weight has gone up by 2kg.
Apart from a BS6-compliant fuel-injected motor, the Pulsar NS200 BS6 remains cosmetically and mechanically unchanged.The Pulsar NS200 gets a two-tone paint job with new graphics. The semi-digital instrument cluster is legible and easy to use.
It also gets a shift light beacon along with other basic readouts like a side stand indicator and high-temperature warning lamp. While the NS showcases admirable build quality, there is still room for improvement.
Tvs ronin’s has luxurious features, Unique design, And modern technology provides a stress-free riding experience on all kinds of roads. Many convenient features have been brought to the bike like dual-channel abs, Voice assistance, And better connectivity.
“Best in 200+ cc segment, good mileage, best tuned for touring capabilities, good seat, good features better than any other tourer in below 400 cc segment.”
This is one of the best bike under 1.8 lakh with slipper clutch.Good low end torque for uphill rides and overtaking.225 cc with 20 bph and 19.9 nm torque, Which is enough for city riding and touring in weekend. You get city mileage about 35 to 36 km/l and upto 42 km/l on the highway.
The price of TVS Ronin starts at Rs. 1.49 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 1.70 Lakh. TVS Ronin is offered in 4 variants – Single Tone – Single Channel, Dual Tone – Single Channel, Triple Tone – Dual Channel – Galactic Grey and the top variant Ronin Triple Tone – Dual Channel – Dawn Orange which comes at a price tag of Rs. 1.70 Lakh.
Royal Enfield Classic 350 is offered in 6 variants – Redditch Series With Single-Channel, Halcyon Series With Single-Channel, Halcyon Series With Dual-Channel, Signals Series With Dual-Channel, Dark Series With Dual-Channel and the top variant Classic 350 Chrome Series With Dual-Channel which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2.21 Lakh.
It’s a great motorcycle, one of the best-looking retro motorcycles you can buy in India this year. Ride quality under 40km/h to 80km/h is extraordinary; it’s also stable at high speed. The initial pickup is perfect. The headlights are pretty good. Clutch and gearbox are smooth too. Braking is not that powerful for stopping heavy machines, you can expect an average mileage which is very average falling anywhere between 35 -40.
“One of the most desirable bikes in the segment and a dream bike for every man in India for decades, Royal Enfield is something you should never miss out on in your garage.”
The KTM 200 Duke now looks sharper and identical to the 250 Duke. KTM has given both motorcycles different liveries. Also, the 250 Duke has a side-slung exhaust while the 200 Duke continues to use an underbelly exhaust setup.
KTM 200 Duke price starts at Rs. 1.91 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). KTM 200 Duke is offered in only one variant – BS6.
The Duke 200 is loaded with Powder Coated body and Steel Trellis Frame, which makes the bike feel lightweight and easy to handle. The street bike is capable of reaching 60 kmph mark in just 3.30 seconds only. The top speed of this vehicle is claimed to be 136 kmph according to KTM. Moreover, the machine is packed with a 280mm Disc brake at the front and a 230mm disc brake at the rear section.
It is one of the most technically advanced bikes. It gets the maintenance free battery which has an over-all life of 1.5 to 2 years. The other features are the digital speedometer, digital fuel gauge, digital-analogue instrument cluster, digital trip meter and analogue tachometer.
“This is an amazing bike, the pickup is also good. Awesome performance and nice acceleration “
The price of Honda H’ness CB350 starts at Rs. 1.99 Lakh and goes upto Rs. 2.04 Lakh. Honda H’ness CB350 is offered in 3 variants – DLX, DLX Pro and the top variant H’ness CB350 Anniversary Edition which comes at a price tag of Rs. 2.04 Lakh.
CB350 offers good mileage. If ridden sanely, the bike easily churns out 30-35kmpl. The 348cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which makes 20.5bhp at 5,500rpm and 30Nm at 3,000rpm offers lots of refinement and smoothness.
It is one of the reasons why so many Indian customers preferred this Honda over a Royal Enfield. The gearbox too, offers slick shifts.
“Good looks, Up Straight riding poster, Good ground clearance, No vibration, Smooth ride, Good visibility, Good handling, Easy to flicker in traffic, Good traction in bad road conditions where we just gear down and move on”
The Kawasaki Ninja 300 is one of the most acclaimed and popular products from Kawasaki on sale in India. There is only one version on sale and comes with a sticker price of Rs 3.37 Lakh.
The Kawasaki Ninja 300 generates a max power of 39 PS @ 11000 rpm along with a peak torque of 26.1 Nm @ 10000 rpm and the engine is mated to a 6 Speed speed gearbox. Underpinnings include the same 37mm telescopic front fork and rear-linked monoshock.
The bike comes to a halt using the same 290mm front and 220mm rear petal disc with dual-channel ABS. It retains the seat height of 780mm and ground clearance of 140mm as the outgoing model.
“A solid powerful machine no words about this beast the ride feel and the stylish look touring capability the best n the segment”
The BMW G 310 RR has been launched at Rs 2,85,000 lakh, which is Rs 25,1000 more than the TVS Apache RR 310. With this price tag, the bike is Rs 31,070 cheaper than its rival from Austria, the 2022 KTM RC 390.
The reverse-inclined 313cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine makes 34PS and 27Nm, which is 0.3Nm less than the TVS Apache RR 310. BMW has opted to go with the same disc brakes from the G 310 R and the G 310 GS for the G 310 RR, instead of the petal discs found on the RR 310.
The bike has various features which are best in the segment. It gets four riding modes- Sport, Track, Urban, and Rain.
“Great experience, one should try this. Looks good and is very comfortable riding. The sporty look makes it feel cool in the city.”
390 Duke is the liquid-cooled 373.3cc DOHC single-cylinder mill that we’ve fallen in love with over the last 7 years. Despite meeting BS6 standards, output has been retained at 45PS and 37Nm, and the motor continues to feature ride-by-wire.
It is mated to a 6-speed gearbox via a slipper-clutch. Like most KTMs, the 390 Duke is held together by a trademark steel trellis frame. But while the first-gen bike featured a single-piece frame, the versions from 2017 onwards feature a mainframe and a bolt-on rear subframe.
This makes accidental damage repair cheaper and easier. The frame is suspended on a USD fork and preload-adjustable monoshock, both from WP, and stopping power comes from a 320mm/230mm disc brake combo assisted by dual-channel ABS. At 149kg dry, it continues to weigh exactly the same as its BS4 counterpart.
“Ktm duke 390 is the best bike in the given amount.As its good for city commutes, It’s good for touring, Its good when the performance is demanded, And when it comes to looks it still the best.And the safety feature and technology used is so advanced for the price band they are offered in.So its the best bike in 3 lakh rupees”