These are the least petrol consuming bikes, the mileage is strong and the price is low.
People who travel by bike every day are often looking for a bike which is budget friendly and does not consume too much petrol. To remove the problems of such people, today we will tell you about some such bikes whose mileage and price will be liked by you. These bikes do not consume much petrol and include bikes from many top brand companies.
Hero Splendor Plus
If we talk about bikes giving best mileage in low budget, then Hero Splendor Plus has been placed at the top of this list. In this bike you get many features like self start and alloy wheels. Talking about its price, this bike comes between Rs 64,850 to Rs 70,710. The mileage of this bike is much better than the bikes coming in this range. This bike gives you a mileage of 75 to 80 kilometers per litre.
Hero Passion Pro
Talking about the mileage of this bike, it gives a mileage of 65 kilometers per litre. If we talk about its price, it is a little more expensive than the bikes coming in this range. Price of the bike- Rs 70,375 to Rs 75,100 (ex-showroom).
Bajaj Platina 100
If we talk about Bajaj’s 100 cc segment, this bike has given you a different experience in mileage. Talking about the price of Platina 100, its price ranges from Rs 52,915 to Rs 63,578 (ex-showroom). This bike offers excellent mileage – its mileage is up to 75 kmpl.
Bajaj CT 100
Bajaj CT 100 is one of the best mileage giving bikes of the company. According to the company, this bike can travel 80 kilometers. It runs more than per kilometer. Talking about its price, the ex-showroom price of this bike is Rs 53,696.
After Hero and Bajaj, this TVS bike which comes with a great pickup is quite popular. This 70 kilometers. It can give mileage per liter, if we talk about its price then it falls between Rs 59,900 -71,082.
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