Making an astonishing persona on road while driving a vehicle having power as well as the looks is what people seek today. Well, on or off, we always want to have the best when it comes to personal cars and bikes. I am here with the list of those Indian bikes which have been revolutionary in sales.
Here is the List of Top Ten Bikes which are Best Sold in the Indian Customers:
Bajaj Pulsar (Rs 59,291 to 82,023)
This is the bike which justifies the word revolution. The Bajaj Motors would be pleased to invent such a remarkable sport bike in India. This bike is available in various versions starting from 135cc to 220cc. The affordable pricing with a powerful performance has made it top the list of best-selling bikes in India.
Yamaha FZ or Fazer (Rs 81,794)
The design of that rear up model has been a huge hit Yamaha. The bike is able to catch every eye on the road with its stylish design. This bike is available in a 150cc model.
Hero Karizma (Rs 85,766)
Karizma comes in two versions, the R and the ZMR. Both have been the key of success for this Indian company. The bike is first of its kind which came with a premier price of 1 Lakh INR. It is available in 225cc engine which delivers a top speed of 125kmph.
Bajaj Discover (Rs 46,900 to Rs 53,100)
Despite of not being so good in style, the bike is popular among Indian riders because of the mileage it offers. Discover came 125cc at the very start but after that there were two more models out including 100cc and 150cc, both being very popular among the official workers.
Royal Enfield Classic (Rs 1, 20, 739)
We talk about bikes and we missed Royal Enfield? Not going to happen. Royal Enfield Classic is a powerful 350cc bike. It came as a huge hit for the company so they designed a new 500cc model making it more astonishing and impressive.
Bajaj Platina 125 DTS-si (Rs 39,300)
Platina DTS-si is simply a rage of mileage, comfort and power. The bike has sold so many models that it has managed to get sixth spot in top selling bikes in India. It’s available in 125cc segment only.
Honda Shine (Rs 50,615 to Rs 64,000)
The common man’s ride first came into existence in 2006 and since then the features like disc brakes, easy handling and superior looks have impressed a lots of faces throughout the country.
KTM Duke 390 (Rs 1, 91,468)
Is there anyone who doesn’t know the name of Duke? I don’t think there is; best in style, best in power and superior in handling. A bit expensive though but with the class and style it offers, it is worth spending.
Hero Splendor NXG (Rs 47,652 Ex-showroom Price)
A 97.2 cc engine made years back, still hold the market for now separated companies, Hero and Honda. The bike has a superb mileage with a light biking experience.
Hero MotoCorp CBZ Xtreme (Rs 66,275 to Rs 71,275)
Last but not the least, CBZ Xtreme may be tenth in the best-selling bikes in India but the power and style it has can beat many names up there on the list. The 150cc bike was launched in 2008 and it has been a style icon since then.