Top 10 125cc bikes in India you can consider to buy, check the details here
The population of India is around 1.4 billion and it is next to China. This roughly means that India has 2nd largest population across the world. The bulk of India’s population consists of youth and this segment of population has a special attraction towards motorcycles. Keeping in mind about the fuel rates and maintenance charges bulk of Indian youth is inclined towards 125cc bikes. The 125cc bikes are not only good commuting bikes but also have relatively low maintenance.
We have listed down some 125cc bikes (motorcycles) which are currently popular among the youth in India. The motorcycles are from manufacturers like TVS, Hero, Honda, KTM etc.
The TVS Raider offers a great design on a 125cc bike. It is priced between Rs 84k and Rs 89k according to their variants. The 124.8cc engine on the raider offers a power of 11.38 PS and 11.2 Nm torque. The fuel economy of the bike is 60kmpl.
Hero Super Splendor
This motorcycle is one of the most popular 125cc bikes in India. The 124.7cc engine on the bike offers a 10.8 PS power and a torque of 10.6Nm. It costs between Rs 74k and Rs 80k. The fuel economy of the bike is 50-60kmpl.
The Hero Glamour has a 124.7cc engine and provides 10.7 PS power and 10.6 Nm of torque. The motorcycle is priced between Rs 76k and Rs 82k. The fuel economy of the bike is between 50- 60kmpl.
Hero Glamour Xtec
The Hero Glamour Xtec offers a power of 10.7PS and 10.6Nm torque. This bike is bit costlier than the Hero Glamour. It costs between Rs 82k and Rs 87k. The fuel economy of the bike is 50-60kmpl.
The Honda Shine is quite popular for its features as well as for its value for money. The 125cc engine offers 10.74PS power and 11Nm torque. The price of the motorcycle is between Rs 76k and Rs 80k according to variants. The fuel economy of the bike is 60-65kmpl.
Honda SP 125
Just like the Honda Shine, the Honda SP 125 is a very popular commuter on India roads. The 125 cc on the bike offers a power of 10.8 PS power and 10.9 Nm Torque. The fuel economy of the bike is 60-65kmpl.
Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon
The youngest sibling of the Pulsar series offers 11.8 PS power and 10.8 Nm torque. Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon costs between Rs 81k and Rs 88k according to its variants. Buyers can opt between three variants according to their need. The fuel economy of the bike is 60kmpl.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 125
The Bajaj Pulsar NS 125 gives 11.99 PS power and 11Nm torque. The motorcycle has a price of Rs 1.02 lakh and is offered in a single variant. The fuel economy of the bike is around 50-55kmpl.
KTM 125 Duke
If you are a fan of KTM Duke Series, you can opt for a KTM 125 Duke. The 125 Duke is the beginner level bike of Duke Series and costs Rs 1.71 lakh. The 124.7cc engine of the bike produces a power of 14.5 PS and 12 Nm torque. The bike gets double disc brake along with tubeless tyres. The fuel economy of the bike is around 40kmpl.
KTM RC 125
The KTM RC 125 is perhaps the costliest motorcycle in the list at Rs 1.82 lakh. The bike is powered by a 124.7cc engine and is equipped with dual channel ABS, double disc and tubeless tyres. The power offered by the bike is 14.95 PS and 12Nm torque. If you in search for a fully faired powerful 125cc bike under Rs 2 lakh, you can opt for it. The fuel economy of the bike is around 40kmpl.
(The prices mentioned in the article are avg ex-showroom, India prices. Contact your nearest bike dealer for on road prices. The mileage mentioned in the article are approx and the actual mileage depends on your riding habits.)