New Delhi: Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India has launched the new 100cc Shine 100 in the country a few days ago. This is the company’s first bike in the 100cc commuter segment. Moreover, it is one of the cheapest motorcycles in the country. If you also want to buy a cheap new bike, today we present the 5 most affordable bikes in the country.
Hero HF 100
The Hero HF 100 is currently the cheapest motorcycle in the segment in India, priced at Rs 54,962 ex-showroom. It also gets a 97cc HF Deluxe engine that churns out 8PS of power and 8.05Nm of torque. But i3S stop-start technology is not visible in it. In this, there is only one option to launch.
Hero HF Deluxe
The Hero HF Deluxe, one of the most popular two-wheelers in the 100cc segment, is priced between Rs 61,232 and Rs 68,382 ex-showroom. It gets a 97cc ‘sloper’ engine equipped with the stop-start technology of the Hero i3S. The starter starter is available in a lower version and the electric starter is available in an upper version.
The TVS Sport is priced between Rs 61,500 and Rs 69,873 ex-showroom. It got a 109.7 cc engine that produces 8.3 horsepower and 8.7 Nm of torque. Kick start and self-start options are also available.
Honda Shine 100
The Honda Shine 100 is priced at Rs 64,900 ex-showroom. It’s a simple styled bike with features like auto intake system and side stand engine cut off. This is a motorcycle that is OBD-2A compliant and has an E20 fuel support engine. It is powered by a 99.7cc engine that produces 7.61bhp and 8.05Nm of torque. It also has an electric starter.
Bajaj Platinum 100
The Bajaj Platina 100 is priced at Rs 67,475 ex-showroom. It uses a 102cc engine with Bajaj’s signature DTS-i technology. It’s the only bike in the segment that doesn’t get fuel injection, instead using Bajaj’s e-carb. This engine produces 7.9 HP of power and 8.3 Nm of torque. In this one, LED DRL is visible at the front.