Top 10 Value For Money Motorcycles In India Under Rs 70,000 - Overdrive

Top 10 value for money motorcycles in India under Rs 70,000

21 Sep 2016  /  3
Former Principal Web Correspondent

For the majority of prospective entry-level two-wheeler buyers, the two things that matter the most while making a final decision are – cost and fuel economy. Yes, it does matter how the motorcycle looks, how good it is to ride and how comfortable the seat and ride quality is. But in the end, everyone wants to a make a value for money purchase which will deliver a good blend of cost, quality and utility. With multiple options from different brands available, choosing the most ‘paisa vasool’ option can get confusing. To make your buying decision easier, we have compiled the top 10 value for money motorcycles which offer an irresistible combination of affordable price and efficiency.

Hero HF Dawn

The Hero HF Dawn is powered by a 97.2cc single cylinder air cooled engine which makes 8.36PS of power at 8,000rpm and 8.05Nm of torque at 5,000rpm. On paper, it makes more power than its direct rivals, the Bajaj Platina 100ES and the TVS Sport. Also, it’s ARAI rated fuel efficiency of 88.6kmpl is slightly higher than the 87.7kmpl rating of the TVS Sport. However, during our efficiency tests it returned an overall mileage of 67.5kmpl.

It returned 65kmpl in the city and 75kmpl on the highway. It is priced at Rs 39,470 (ex-showroom, Delhi) which makes it Rs 2,590 cheaper than the TVS Sport. In terms of features, it gets an adjustable rear suspension and a side stand indicator which warns the rider if the stand has not been put up properly.

Hero MotoCorp HF Dawn

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