Best 150cc Bikes in India with Price and Mileage 2014

I still remember the day i had bought my first bike in the year 2006 – Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc. Before purchasing it, i did a lot of research on the internet and shortlisted the best bikes in India along with their prices and mileage. In the year 2006, Pulsar 150 cc and Hero Honda CBZ were two of the most popular 2 wheeler in India, hence both of them were at no 1 and no 2 spot in my list.  As i liked the looks of Pulsar and the fact that it gave a better mileage than most of the bikes, i purchased it. If you’re in a similar situation as i was and if you’re looking foward to purchase the best 2 wheeler in this segment then you’re at the right place as, today we’ll share with you the bikes which rule the 150cc segment. So without wasting much time, lets have a look at the list –

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi :-
Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi - Best 150cc Bikes in India with Price and Mileage 2014

Powered with Bajaj’s DTSi technology, this Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc is a 4 stroke bike which comes with a maximum power of 15.06 Ps at 6500 rpm and a maximum torque  of 12.5 Nm at 6500 revolutions per minute respectively. This bike has a telescopic front suspension with a anti friction bush and a 5 way adjustable rear suspension with the famous nitrox shock absorbers.Talking about the brakes and tyres, this bike uses tube tyres and has a front disc brake, a rear drum brake which ensures good safety. Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTsi has a 15 litre fuel tank , a 12v battery and gives a good mileage of 50-60 Kmpl.This bike from Bajaj Auto is always in a huge demand and there’s no doubt that it’s one of  the best 150cc bike in India for 2014.

Price in India:- Within 65000 to 70000 Rupees

Hero Honda CBZ Extreme:-
Hero Honda CBZ Extreme - Best 150cc segment Bikes in India with Price and Mileage
Hero Honda CBZ extreme is yet another 4 stroke bike with specifications like front and rear disc brakes, tube tyres, 12 V battery  and a 12.1 litre fuel capacity.Talking about the suspension of the Hero Honda CBZ Extreme, this bike has a telescopic front suspension (using hydraulics) , a nitrox rear suspension and has a maximum torque power of 14.4 Ps at 8500 RPM.

Price in India:- 69000 – 75000 Rupees

mileage: 50 to 60 KMPL

Honda Unicorn CB:-
Honda Unicorn CB

Honda Unicorn CB had to be in this list of 6 Best 150cc Bikes in India due to its powerful features and huge popularity in the country.This Honda bike comes with features like tube tyres, black alloy wheels, 13.0 litre fuel tank and a 12 v battery. Honda Unicorn CB has a rear drum and a front disc brake and includes a front telescopic rear suspension , a rear mono suspension built with Honda’s advanced technology.Honda Unicorn CB has a mileage around 50-60 KMPL and comes has a max torque power of 12.7 Nm at 5500 revolutions per minute and a max power of 13.3 bhp at 8000 rpm.

Price in India:- 62000-69000 Rupees.

Yamaha FZ s:-Yamaha FZ - Best 150cc Bikes in India with Price and Mileage 2014

With a price tag around 70000-75000 Rupees, Yamaha FZ s can be considered one of the best bikes in India and in this segment. Yamaha FZ s (popularly known as Yamaha Fazer) comes with features like 12 litre fuel tank, tubeless tyres, alloy wheels, front telescopic suspension, rear mono cross suspension, front disc brake and a rear drum brake. Yamaha FZ s(Yamaha Fazer) gives a good mileage around 45-55 KMPL , has a max torque of 14 Nm at 6000 RPM and a maximum power of 14 bhp at 7500 RPM.

Price in India: Within 70000 – 75000 Rupees.

Hero Honda Hunk:-Yet another Hero Honda bike in the 150cc segment, Hunk is a powerful bike that has a mileage around 52-60 KMPL and comes with features like front hydraulic suspension, rear nitrox suspension, max torque of 12.8 Nm at 6500 RPM, max power of 14.4 Ps at 8500 RPM. This bike gives a good mileage around 5–60 KMPL and certainly not only deserves to be in this list of 6 best 150cc bikes in India but also deserves to be counted amongst the best 2 wheeler in India.

Price in India:- 67000- 78000 Rupees.

So, which one would you choose for yourself?

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