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#1 03-08-2018 11:13:59

Date d'inscription: 03-08-2018
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Most fuel-efficient 150cc bike in India

The 150cc segment motorcycles have seen a huge surge in the Indian market, with new players coming with a number of stylish looking bikes. Their target customers have mostly been the youth bike enthusiasts, mainly comprising of college goers and even young executives. Another important reason for the upward movement of this segment is the fact that they are fuel-efficient as well. The segment has also included bikes with a slightly higher displacement ranging around 155-160 cc as well.

The segment has witnessed some healthy competition as well in the recent past with Suzuki Gixxer, Yamaha FZ-S V 2.0, Hero Achiever 150 and Bajaj Pulsar AS 150. The claimed fuel-efficiency of these bikes ranges between 45 kmpl - 65 kmpl, with the Yamaha FZ-S offering the least amongst the four. No, we are not saying that these motorbikes deliver what they claim to be! But, the on-road efficiency of all of these is still very impressive.

If we have to choose one based on fuel-efficiency, we would go with the Bajaj Pulsar 150, that delivers an on-road mileage of around 55-57 kmpl, the company claims it to be 65, though. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is one of the oldest motorbikes in this segment and has is still going really strong. At present, the price of the motorbike is Rs 78,551 (ex-showroom Delhi).

Running on a 149cc twin-spark engine, the Pulsar 150 generates a power of 15 bhp rpm along with a peak torque of 12 Nm. The handling of this popular motorbike is also excellent when it comes to driving in heavy traffic. The only thing that might refrain you from going for this fuel-efficient motorbike is the fact that it has been such a hit that it’s pretty common on Indian roads. At last check hero bike for more option in 150cc segment.

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