ABOUT TVS RONIN-The starting price of the motorcycle TVS Ronin is Rs 1.49 Lakh. There are four variants and seven colors available in India, with the high-end variant priced at Rs 1.73 Lakh.Both the front and rear brakes are disc brakes. Television Ship Ronin has a 14-liter fuel tank and weighs 160 kg.The Hosur-based bike manufacturer’s first attempt at building a motorcycle that combines elements of the roadster, cruiser, and retro genres is the TVS Ronin.
Engine-A 225.9cc air/oil cooled single cylinder engine that generates 19.93Nm at 3750 rpm and 20.40PS at 7750 rpm powers the TVS Ronin. A five-speed gearbox with an assist and slipper clutch is mated to this engine.
Features-A fully digital instrument cluster featuring SmartXonnect Bluetooth connectivity is available for the TVS Ronin. It has turn-by-turn navigation, voice and ride assistance, a USB charger, and the ability to accept or reject calls in addition to displaying notifications. A low fuel warning, phone battery alert, and side stand warning are among the extra features. Together with TVS’s low-speed ride assistance, Glide Through Technology, or GTT, there are two ABS modes available: Urban and Rain.
2.HERO EXTREME 160R
Max power-15.2 PS @ 8500 rpm
Fuel Capacity-12 Litres
No Of Gears-5
Kerb Weight-143 Kg
Max Torque-14 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Design-The Hero Xtreme 160R adheres to the streetfighter genre with its muscular styling. The alloy wheels, powertrain, and handlebar are all finished in black. The external pillion grab rails are integrated into the bodywork, and the tank extensions blend in neatly with the side panels (the Stealth 2.0 edition has red ones). The bike has an upright riding position and a single-piece seat.
Price-Hero has four color options for the Xtreme 160R: Matte Black, Pearl Silver White, Vibrant Blue, and Sports Red. Stealth editions are available in a black and red color combination. The version with a rear drum brake costs Rs 1,18,616, while the version with a rear disc brake costs Rs 1,21,966. This bike’s Stealth Edition costs Rs 1,23,806, while the Stealth 2.0 edition costs Rs 1,29,738. All prices are in Delhi, ex-showroom.
Features-One of the only motorcycles in its class with all-LED lighting is the Hero Xtreme 160R, which has LED headlights, tail lamps, and even blinkers. The bike has an entirely digital instrument console that displays the following information: speed, revs, fuel level, gear position, and clock. For added safety, the bike comes equipped with knuckle guards in Stealth Edition 2.0 and a hazard lamp.
Engine-The Hero Xtreme 160R is propelled by an air-cooled, 2-valve engine producing 15.22 horsepower and 14 Nm. The motorbike is equipped with a 12-liter fuel tank and a 5-speed gearbox. It is constructed on a tubular diamond chassis that is supported by a 7-step preload-adjustable rear monoshock and a telescopic fork. A 220mm disc/130mm drum at the back and a 276mm front disc handle braking duties. The bike has 17-inch wheels with tubeless tires that are wrapped in 100-section tires for the front and 130-section tires for the rear. The bike has a 790mm seat height, 167mm of ground clearance, and a weight of 139.5kg (kerb).
3.AVENGER CRUISE 220
About-The starting price of the Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 motorcycle is Rs 1.43 Lakh. It comes in one variant and two colors in India, with the high-end variant priced at Rs 1.43 Lakh. The 220 ccbs6-2.0 engine of the Avenger Cruise 220 produces 17.55 Nm of torque and 19.03 PS of power. Its rear brakes are drum, and its front brakes are disc. The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 has a 13-liter fuel tank and weighs 163 kilograms.
Colours-Moon White and Auburn Black are the two color options that Bajaj offers for the cruiser bike.
Engine-Fuel-injected, air-cooled, single-cylinder, 220cc engine that complies with BS6.2 specifications and produces 19.03PS and 17.55Nm powers the Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise. It is coupled with a five-speed gearbox.
Features-The Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 features spoke wheels, a large windshield, and numerous chrome accents. It comes with a fully digital instrument cluster that includes a fuel gauge, tripmeter, clock, odometer, and service reminder. Not even as an option, smartphone connectivity is absent. The headlight, tail light, and indicators are still bulb units, even though it has LED DRLs. There is also a cushioned backrest on the bike for improved pillion comfort.
Suspension And Breaks-The Avenger 220 Cruise is equipped with twin rear shock absorbers and a telescopic front fork. A 280mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum brake are used for braking, and single-channel ABS is included as standard equipment. The cruiser has 90-section front and 130-section rear tubed tires wrapped around 17-inch front and 15-inch rear spoke wheels.
4.SUZUKI GIXXER SF
About-The sports bike Suzuki Gixxer SF comes in two versions and six colors. The 155cc BS6 engine that powers the Suzuki Gixxer SF produces 13.8 Nm of torque and 13.4 bhp of power. The Suzuki Gixxer SF has disc brakes on the front and rear and an anti-locking braking system. The weight of this Gixxer SF bike is 148 kg, and it has a 12-liter fuel tank.
Colour-The Gixxer SF is presently offered in three colors: blue, red, and black. These color selections complement the bike’s modern design language incredibly well.
Mileage And Performance-Since the Suzuki Gixxer SF is a daily ride, fuel economy is also a must. For a bike this size, the bike’s return is respectable—between 35 and 40 km/l. Thus, the bike has a 12-liter fuel tank that allows it to be driven continuously for about 400 kilometers. A 155 cc single-cylinder fuel-injected engine producing 13.4 bhp and 13.8 Nm powers this Suzuki. A five-speed gearbox is mated to this engine.
Features-The Gixxer SF is equipped with telescopic forks up front and a monoshock with a five-step adjustable damping feature at the back. The bike has disc brakes on both ends and a single-channel ABS as standard equipment. At 146 kg, the Gixxer SF weighs nearly 8 kg more than its predecessor. This bike’s features include clip-on handlebars, split seats, a digital instrument cluster, and a full LED headlamp and tail unit.
Price- Estimated at Rs1,35,753.
5.TVS APACHE RTR 200
About-The starting price of the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V motorcycle is Rs 1.47 Lakh. It comes in one variant and three colors in India, with the high-end variant priced at Rs 1.47 Lakh. The 197.75 ccbs6-2.0 engine that powers the Apache RTR 200 4V produces 17.25 Nm of torque and 20.82 PS of power. Both the front and rear brakes are disc brakes. The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V has a fuel tank capacity of 12 L and weighs 152 kg.
Features-The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V is the most feature-rich motorcycle in the 200cc class. A button on the right switchgear allows you to switch between the modes. The bike also has clutch and brake levers that can be adjusted in three steps.The bike now has a number of features thanks to the addition of SmartXonnect via the digital instrument cluster, including smartphone connectivity that allows the rider to access turn-by-turn navigation, SMS and call alerts, and other vehicle diagnostics. Checking post-ride analytics, such as lean angles and experienced g-forces, is another option.
Engine-A 197.7cc single-cylinder air/oil-cooled engine with a 5-speed gearbox, producing 20.82PS and 17.25Nm in Sport mode, powers the RTR 200 4V. The power is limited to 17.24 PS at 7800 rpm and 16.51 Nm at 5750 rpm in the Urban and Rain modes.
Suspension And Brakes-The Apache RTR 200 4V’s suspension consists of a rear Showa monoshock and a first-in segment preload adjustable Showa telescopic front fork. Dual channel ABS is standard on the 270mm front and 240mm rear discs used for braking.
Price And Colours-The Apache RTR 200 4V is available from TVS for Rs. 1,46,820 (ex-showroom Delhi). Three color options are available for the bike: pearl white, gloss black, and matte blue.