With a giant two-wheeler market, India currently stands as one of the best places for selling vehicles on the planet due to its vast population and the majority of two-wheeler buyers. In this section, we bring you the top five motorcycles that showed up some majestic unit sales and recently emerged as the best selling products in the Indian two-wheeler market.
Here is the list of top five best-selling two-wheelers in the decreasing order of sales:
Hero Splendor: Needless to say, the bike has been a top preference for many since ages when it comes to buy a utility bike in the country. Hero MotoCorp Splendor proves its worth well on the grounds of durability, comfort and yes, fuel economy. The bike is powered by a 97.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that comes mated to a traditional four-speed constant mesh gearbox. The fuel efficient mill churns out a net power of 7.4bhp at 8,000rpm with a peak torque of 7.95Nm at 5,000rpm. Besides this, the bike has been bestowed with some interesting elements like an easy electric start, side-stand indicator and stylish alloy wheels that make it even more desirable commuter motorcycle.
Hero Passion: Number two slot has been grabbed by the Hero MotoCorp Passion that comes powered by the same 97.2cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, OHC mill that is employed in Splendor. However, the engine is retuned to churn out a net power of 8.2bhp at 8,000rpm along with a maximum torque of 8.05Nm at 5,000rpm. Passion scores high on aesthetic values and is undoubtedly the most good looking bike in the company’s utility motorcycle lineup. The bike comes with stylish body coloured rear view mirrors, digital plus analog instrument cluster, robust side cowl and tail lamp design and an optional front disc brake that make it more appealing. The facelifted version of the bike was recently launched in order to make it even more competitive in the market.
Hero HF Deluxe: The third position is also holded by a Hero MotoCorp player that propels via the same 97.2cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that serves the Passion with the power and torque outputs remaining the same. This one too gets a side stand indicator, easy electric start and a maintenance free battery as some impressive features that make daily commuting easier and comfortable.
Honda CB Shine: The bike proudly holds the name for the best selling 125cc motorcycle of the country. It gets its power from a 124.7cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that cranks out 10.12bhp of power and 10.54Nm of torque. Besides a super refined mill, Honda CB Shine comes with an impressive sharp body styling and has been bestowed with a bunch of magnificent features such as a 3D Honda Wing emblem, all-black theme and an optional front disc brake.
Bajaj CT100: Relaunched a few weeks back, the bike is currently the cheapest commuter motorcycle available in India. Bajaj CT100 gets its power from the 99.27cc, single cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled mill that churns out 8.1bhp of power and 8.5Nm of torque. The bike receives Spring-in-Spring (SNS) suspension, robust alloy wheels and attractive graphics as its plus points that make it stay even more competitive in the market.