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Browse The List Of Low Maintenance Bikes In India

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Our two-wheelers have to sustain wear and tear every day, no thanks to the Indian roads and traffic conditions. Even in general, a bike needs regular maintenance and service to ensure that it is safe to take you to the destinations. 

Be it fuel to run or periodic changing of oils and timely washing, a bike needs to be cared for. But not all of these require the same level of maintenance. Some bikes demand extensive care. You cannot bear to miss a single service or delay the replacement of a spare part because it is going to further damage the bike. 

However, many Indians prefer bikes that require less maintenance. These are bikes like Bajaj CT 100 that are sturdy enough to sustain rough usage and still give you decent mileage. The increasing fuel prices are also a cause of concern. Factors like fuel capacity, engine power, the bike’s weight (manoeuvring heavy bikes in traffic is no small feat), mileage, suspension, brakes, etc. are some factors to consider when buying a bike. 

In this post, we’ve listed the top Bajaj bikes that are low maintenance and deliver worthy performance every day.

Bajaj Platina 100

If you’re looking for an entry-level bike that managed to join the list of the best mileage bikes in India, Platina 100 is the one for you. It has been promoted as an easy and stress-free ride designed for Indian conditions. The bike comes with a DTS-i with ExhausTEC 102cc engine. It has a maximum power of 7.9PS @ 7500rpm and a torque of 8.34Nm @ 5500rpm. 

It has:

  • 4-speed all down transmission 
  • Telescopic fork-type front suspension and SNS (Spring in Spring) rear suspension 
  • The fuel tank can hold up to 11.5 litres of petrol 
  • Appx. 78 km/l mileage 
  • The bike weighs just 111kg (kerb weight)
  • Platina 100 has an on-road price of INR 66,000 and upwards, depending on the city

Bajaj CT 100

CT 100 is yet another entry-level bike with noteworthy features and an affordable price. It comes in two variants and is easy to drive in traffic and park in cramped spaces. CT 100 comes with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, natural air-cooled 102cc engine. The maximum power ranges between 7.7PS @ 7500rpm and 8.2PS @ 7500rpm, and the torque ranges between 8.24Nm @ 5500rpm and 8.05Nm @ 4500rpm for CT 100 ES and CT 100 KS Alloy & CT 100B, respectively. 

It has:

  • 4-speed constant mesh transmission 
  • Hydraulic telescopic front suspension and SNS (Spring in Spring) rear suspension
  • The fuel tank can hold up to 10.5 litres of petrol
  • Appx. 75 km/l mileage 
  • The bikes weigh 109 and 110 kg (kerb weight)
  • CT 100 has an on-road price of INR 59,000 and upward, depending on the city 

Bajaj Pulsar 125 

It might surprise some of you that Pulsar 125 is one of the best mileage bikes in India. The bike has been upgraded to the BS6 version, which led to an impressive increase in mileage. The bike comes with BSVI compliant DTS-i 125cc engine. It has a maximum power of 11.8PS @ 8500rpm and a torque of 10.8Nm @ 6500rpm. 

  • 5-speed transmission 
  • Telescopic front suspension and twin gas shock rear suspension 
  • The fuel tank can hold up to 11.5 litres of petrol 
  • Appx. 62 km/l mileage 
  • The bike weighs 142 kg (kerb weight)
  • Pulsar 125 comes for an on-road price of less than one lakh (INR 98,000 and upward), depending on the city 

You can buy the best low-maintenance bike by applying for a two-wheeler loan through the Bajaj Auto Finance website. 

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