Best Low Maintenance Bikes in India for 2021 (Under Budget)

If you have decided to purchase a bike in 2021, but you are not sure about which one to go with, this blog is for you. What you need to look in a bike is that it should give great mileage, has a very low maintenance cost, should be good-looking and most importantly, affordable. Nothing but a Bajaj bike shall be meeting all these criteria for you.

Check out the best low maintenance bike models we will be talking about below to get an idea about the wide variety that Bajaj offers. If you are in short of hard cash, it's still okay since you can always take a loan and use the EMI calculator to calculate the amount you can spare for EMI every month. Talk to any of the Bajaj outlets today.

1. Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220

This is the best variety of the Avenger model produced by Bajaj, and they have out-done themselves with the sturdy design and the build quality. The gear switches, brakes and other equipment that is coming with the bike are of premium quality, and the manufacturers have taken extra care of the joints and body of the bike so that it lasts really long. With a fuel tank capacity of 13 litres with twin spark, two valves and a DTSI engine, this model is definitely on the list of best mileage bikes across the country. The cruise bike provides the ultimate comfort for both the rider and the pillion and thus can also be ridden on hilly roads.

Additional Read: Best Cruiser Bikes in India

2. Bajaj CT 100

This model gives you a win-win situation since it is affordable and is one of the best low maintenance bikes in India. 99.27cc, four-stroke air-cooled engine, mated to a 4-speed gearbox. This vehicle comes with a 100's engine and produces the maximum torque power of 8.1bhp and 8.05Nm. Bajaj CT takes pride in providing a mileage of 82 km/l. Its highest speed is 90km/h. The price starts approximately from Rs.32000.

3. Bajaj Platina

Manufactured with 102cc engine which produces about 7.7bhp and 8.3 NM of torque, this bike is an excellent choice for the beginners and for long-distance commuters. It is built with the basic design but is rough and ensures long life. While the initial designs are minimalistic, the updated versions do come with the LED DRLs fitted in the front cowl. The base variant costs around Rs.48000.

4. KTM RC 390

If you are looking for a bike which has a classy look but also gives out an incredible performance to meet the needs of your end, KTM RC 390 is for you. Manufacturers have taken extra care with the clutch or brake and gearbox making it sturdy. The one cylinder and four-stroke engine with a steering head angle are perfect for travelling long-distance on weekends.

Additional Read: KTM Bikes Price List

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