2 wheelers: TVS Ntorq 125 – It offers numerous industry-leading features, such as a highly informative digital display, Bluetooth connectivity, GPS navigation, and much more.
2 wheelers: But none of it, even with the low price, is why the Ntorq is on our list. No, that would be completely due to how much fun it is to ride this scooter. TVS has done an excellent job with its fast 125cc engine, which also emits a pleasingly deep exhaust tone.
Hero Xpulse 200 – is designed for India and manufactured in India. While the Impulse was primarily based on the Brazil-spec Honda NXR 150, the XPulse is a fully indigenous effort, right down to the chassis and powerplant.
Hero chose a 21-inch front/18-inch rear wheel setup, which is comparable to what you’ll find on extreme off-road motorcycles, to give this bike significant off-road capabilities. With 190mm/170mm front/rear suspension travel and 220mm ground clearance, no pothole is too huge for the Xpulse.
Aprilia SXR 160 -The Aprilia SR is more sporty, but the SXR provides a similar sensation while being far more comfortable. On less-than-ideal roads, the SR may be exhausting. Despite not having the bigger 14-inch wheels, the 120/70 section tyres and sporty suspension setup let it to perform rather well even on its 12-inch wheels.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V – – The RTR 200 is the second TVS on our list, proving that the Hosur-based manufacturer places a premium on ride quality in its products. The RTR 200 4V is well-equipped, with features like as a preload-adjustable suspension, riding modes, a four-valve head, and a slipper clutch.
The RTR 200 was a significant step forward, and while it gives a larger and more luxurious feel, it still manages to keep the RTR brand’s image for being naughty and fun.