5 Best Stylish Bikes Under 1 Lakh to Buy in 2023

The new year brings out fresh alternatives. Here's a list of forthcoming stylish motorbikes that aim to make their presence known and have the estimated price tag of below Rs. 1 Lakh in the market for 2023:

1. Bajaj Pulsar 150

Bajaj's upcoming bikes have currently revamped the Pulsar 150 Neon by providing it with a recent tank cover. Except that, the bike continues with its similarities. This bike resumes being had an athletic design that remains a classic equipped with a remarkable accomplishment. It previously obtained a decorative enhancement in neon red, silver and yellow colour graphics alongside a matte black pigment. It is powered by a 149cc, individual cylinder, air-cooled motor that gives out 14PS of power at 8000rpm as well as 13.4Nm of torque at the rate of 6000rpm. Besides, this motorbike also equipped with an Evaporative Emission Control System that saves vaporizing energy.

2. Bajaj Avenger 400

It is claimed to be one of the most anticipated offerings. The Bajaj Avenger 400 is supposed to be one of the biggest contenders for the best stylish bikes in India and muscular in relation to achievements and details. It is equipped with a gearbox with 6-speed. The possible colours might be Moon White and Autumn Black, but its Street Variant will be illustrated in colours Matt White and Matt Black. The approach of the Bajaj Avenger 400 is going to be similar to the older version of the Avenger range. It measures to 2210 mm in size, 806 mm in width and 1142 mm in format and the wheelbase is of 1490 mm and a reasonable 169 mm of floor clearance.

Additional Read: Bajaj Avenger Bikes Price List

3. Bajaj Chetak

Bajaj has brought back their classic Bajaj Chetak scooter in an electric new avatar. It aims at being a part of the new range of electric bikes associated with the brand Urbanite. It rumoured to be inclusive of an electrical field of three-wheelers and quadricycles. The look of the Bajaj Chetak battery-operated scooter is athletic and has a height of 12-inch cast wheels of alloy, and has an all-over metallic converged with a neo-retro layout. The design is entirely refined in-house, but its contour might compare to the Vespa Elettrica or the Vespa GTS 300 in several manners. The modern Bajaj Chetak includes an LED headlamp, with a piece of an LED daytime running lamp, a digital device assortment that is retro-styled and is adequately completed with feather-like touch buttons.

Bajaj has disclosed that this modern Chetak will appear equipped with an IP67 valued high-tech lithium-ion battery along with Nickel Cobalt Aluminium Oxide (NCA) compartments. Its battery might not be exchangeable, but its charging can be done by utilizing a typical household 5-15 amp outlet. It even includes an on-board Smart Battery Management System that regulates battery charging and discharging and also consists of a regenerative braking system.

4. KTM RC 125

The Duke125 inspires this bike function with similar automated reinforcements of predecessors, the RC 200, but the motor. The cost of the KTM RC 125 beats the expense for 125 Duke by about Rs 17,000. This motorbike is mechanized with a 124.71cc single-cylinder engine that is liquid-cooled that gives out 14.95PS and 12Nm. Suspension systems comprise of an inverted forward fork and a back mono-shock. The motorbike is easily able to brake by utilizing 300mm at the front and 230mm back disc.

Additional Read: KTM Bike Price in India

5. Bajaj Pulsar Adv 250

Bajaj has been planning to launch its version to compete against Hero Xpulse 200 and Royal Enfield Himalayan. It is said to be equipped with a powerful engine KTM Duke 250. Even though sufficient details might not be accessible currently, it is rumoured to be featured with a high windshield on the forward, extended suspension journey, greater 19-inch alloy whirls at the forward and tinier 18-inch wheels on the back bundled with twin purpose tyres.

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