Top 5 Budget Adventure Touring Bikes in India

Following the arrival of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, several participants entered the Indian market for affordable adventure touring motorcycles.

Hero MotoCorp, KTM, and Suzuki all have budget-friendly products. But, even among these, which are the most in-budget adventure touring bikes available in India today? We’ve compiled a list of products to help you rack up miles without breaking the bank for budget.

Hero XPulse 200 4V 

Hero MotoCorp expanded its portfolio with the introduction of the XPulse 200 4V, which is now in-budget alongside the 2V version of the motorcycle. This four-valve variant is intended to deliver better performance at higher revs and feel more comfortable at highway speeds than its two-valve counterpart. The bike also has off-road hardware such as wire-spoke wheels, long travel suspension, and an engine bash plate. Other features include a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster and an LED headlight and taillight. A 199.6cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine is included in the mechanical specifications. The motor produces 18.8bhp at 8,500rpm and 17.35Nm at 6,500rpm when connected to a five-speed gearbox.

Honda CB200X 

The Honda CB200X adventure bike isn’t as off-road capable as the Hero XPulse 200 4V but has a touring-focused personality. This was accomplished through a semi-fairing design, a fly-screen, and upright ergonomics. It has full-LED lighting and a digital instrument cluster but no Bluetooth connectivity. The CB200X uses the same engine as the Hornet 2.0. The 184.4cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine produces 17bhp at 8,500rpm and 16.1Nm at 6,000rpm when coupled to a five-speed transmission.

Suzuki V-Strom SX

The Suzuki V-Strom SX is the latest entry in the Indian market’s in-budget adventure-tourer segment. The engine and hardware are identical to those found in the Gixxer 250. As a result, the V-Strom SX retains the same enjoyable personality and the characteristics associated with adventure-tourer motorcycles. As a result, it has more comfortable ergonomics and better windblast protection than a naked roadster. The feature set is comparable to competitors. The V-Strom SX includes an LED headlight and a Bluetooth-enabled instrument cluster with call/message notifications and turn-by-turn navigation. The motorcycle is powered by a 249cc air/oil-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces 26.1bhp at 9,300rpm and 22.2Nm of peak torque at 7,300rpm. A six-speed gearbox is connected to the motor.

Yezdi Adventure 

This Royal Enfield Himalayan clone has a liquid-cooled engine, which allows it to outperform the competition in terms of power output. Thus, despite having a smaller displacement than the Royal Enfield Himalayan, the Yezdi Adventure’s 334cc, single-cylinder engine produces 29.7bhp at 8,000rpm and 29.9Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm. The feature set is also competitive, with the Yezdi Adventure employing LED lighting, a fully digital instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity, and a dual-channel ABS. A six-speed transmission is connected to the machine.
Royal Enfield Himalayan
The Royal Enfield Himalayan achieves an appropriate balance of on- and off-road riding. Wire-spoke wheels with 21-inch front and 17-inch rear dual-purpose tires have been used to attain off-road prowess. Dual-channel ABS is included, as is Royal Enfield’s Tripper Navigation system, which connects to a smartphone via Bluetooth to display turn-by-turn navigation. Not to mention that this motorcycle has the most displacement. The 411cc single-cylinder air/oil-cooled engine produces 24.3bhp at 6,500rpm and 32Nm of peak torque at 4,500rpm and is mated to a five-speed transmission. The prices are different depending on the color theme but can be in your budget too!.
This article was drafted by Sai Choudhari and shared with Prittle Prattle News exclusively.
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