Best mileage bikes in India right now

26 December 2023

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Long story short – We are here to help you make your choices much easier while choosing your bike with high fuel efficiency. Here are the top 10 mileage bikes in India right now.

Mileage is one of the most crucial parameters when buying a motorcycle. Let’s start with a basic understanding of what mileage means and other things and proceed to find the best mileage bikes in India. The best mileage bikes have more search among customers over other motorcycles in the current booming petrol prices market scenario. We are here to help you make your choices much easier while choosing your bike with high fuel efficiency.

Top 10 mileage bikes in India 2023
Top 10 mileage bikes in India 2023

What is mileage or fuel efficiency, and how is it calculated?

Mileage means the total distance your motorcycle covers in one litre of fuel. In India, we calculate mileage in fuel consumption per litre. For example, if your bike covers a distance of 50km by consuming 1 litre of fuel, then 50km is your motorcycle mileage. To measure mileage, you must fill 1 litre of petrol into the empty tank. Then, reset the trip meter to zero and use the bike as usual. When the motorcycle stops due to fuel shortage, check the trip meter readings, which is the motorcycle’s mileage. Always make sure to do separate mileage tests in both city and highway conditions.

How to improve your motorcycle mileage?

  1. Get your bike service regularly
  2. Avoid rash driving
  3. Always keep a check on tire pressure and engine oil
  4. Use good quality fuel
  5. Avoid parking in sunlight
  6. Use the kill switch
  7. Keep your engine off at traffic signals
  8. Ride motorcycle at around 40-60km/h speed range
  9. Check carburetor settings
  10. Try to ride a motorcycle in higher gears (4 and above)
  11. Lubricate and clean the chain monthly
  12. Always ride the bike at a constant speed
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Yes, the lower the engine capacity, the better the mileage. That’s why so many contenders in this list are from 100-125cc.

Does only mileage need to be considered while buying the motorcycle?

No, mileage is one of the significant factors, but we need to consider other factors like features, after-sales support, price and resale value, etc.

Are the mileage values mentioned in the best mileage bikes here 100% correct?

No, It depends upon the rider, road conditions, quality, vehicle maintenance, etc. Multiple people might get different mileage figures and are subject to change.

Here are the top 10 mileage bikes in India right now

10. Bajaj CT 125X

The CT125X is an entry-level Bajaj motorcycle primarily targeted at rural customers. The motorcycle has rugged and utilitarian styling, and when combined with that 125cc engine that offers good torque, the bike gets practical. But the overall quality isn’t up to the mark.

Mileage: 60-64kmpl
Displacement: 124.4 cc
Power: 10.7 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 11 Litres
Price – ₹ 77,216 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/bajaj-bikes/bajaj-ct-125x/

9. Honda Livo

The Honda Livo was recently launched as a spiritual successor to the CB Twister. Sold alongside the Dream series of 110cc commuter bikes, the Livo is the most expensive small-capacity commuter in the Japanese manufacturer’s line-up. While the Twister was one of the most stylish 110cc commuter motorcycles in the Indian market, it failed to capture the buyers’ imagination. Honda has attempted to overcome this defeat by taking a toned-down approach towards styling, which, despite being less flashy than the CB Twister, makes the Livo look like a true blue-blooded steed.

Mileage: 60-64 kmpl
Displacement: 109.51 cc
Power: 8.67 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 9 litres
Price – ₹ 78,000 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/honda-bikes-models/honda-livo/

8. Hero Splendor Plus

The Splendor Plus is one of the perfect options for those who desire a commuter with great mileage. It has a fuel-efficient 97.2cc engine, while the light weight makes it easy to manage. On the flip side, the motorcycle falls short of the modern features common in its segment.

Mileage: 60-65km/l
Displacement: 97.2 cc
Power: 7.91 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 9.8 litres
Price – ₹ 75,141 Onwards

Here is the link for full specifications and more details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/hero-motocorp-bikes/hero-splendor-plus/

7. Hero Splendor Plus Xtec

The Splendor Plus Xtec is one of the perfect options for those who desire a commuter with great mileage. It has a fuel-efficient 97.2cc engine, while the light weight makes it easy to manage. On the flip side, the motorcycle falls short of the modern features common in its segment.

Mileage: 60-65km/l
Displacement: 97.2 cc
Power: 7.9 bhp @ 8000 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 9.8 litres
Price – ₹ 82,911 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/hero-motocorp-bikes/hero-splendor-plus-xtec/

6. TVS Radeon

The TVS Radeon is a near-perfect commuter. It offers a smooth gearbox and comfortable ergonomics, although its real-world efficiency figures are lesser than its rivals.

Mileage:
65-67 kmpl
Displacement: 109.7 cc
Power: 8.08 bhp @ 7350 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 10 litres
Price – ₹ 60,925 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/tvs-bikes/tvs-radeon/

5. Honda CB Shine 100

Honda has entered the 100cc commuter motorcycle segment in the country with its first offering, the Shine 100. The Japanese bikemaker is using the existing Shine brand for its new product, owing to the success of the Shine 125 so far. To find how much it succeeds, we spent a few hours with the new Honda CB Shine 100 and put it through the paces as much as possible.

Mileage: 65-64kmpl
Displacement: 98.98 cc
Power: 7.28 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 9 litres
Price – ₹ 80,900 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/honda-bikes-models/honda-cb-shine/

4. Hero HF Deluxe

The HF Deluxe is the second highest-selling motorcycle in Hero MotorCorp’s portfolio. It is a simple and practical motorcycle that is built to last. It gets alloy wheels and an electric start as an option.

Mileage: 65-68kmpl
Displacement: 97.2 cc
Power: 8.6PS @ 7,000rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 9.6 litres
Price – ₹ 59,998 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/hero-motocorp-bikes/hero-hf-deluxe/

3. Honda SP 125

The Honda SP 125 is a no-nonsense commuter that offers decent performance and good fuel efficiency. The overall comfort is decent, too. But the motorcycle’s design is too conservative, and the bike’s pricing is quite high, which doesn’t make it a value-for-money motorcycle.

Mileage: 65-68kmpl
Displacement:
124 cc
Power: 10.72 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 11.2 litres
Price – ₹ 85,000 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/honda-bikes-models/honda-sp-125/

2. TVS Sport

The TVS Sport, as the name suggests, is a sportier version of the Star City Plus. The motorcycle features a fuel-efficient motor wrapped around in stylish body panels, giving it a premium appeal.

Mileage: 69-70km/l
Displacement: 109.7 cc
Power: 8.18 bhp @ 7350 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 10 litres
Price – ₹ 59,431 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/tvs-bikes/tvs-sport/

1. Bajaj Platina 100

The Platina is a stylish entry-level commuter that has been designed to offer maximum comfort for daily use along with a fuel-efficient motor.

Mileage: 79-75km/l
Displacement: 102cc
Power: 7.79 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Fuel tank capacity: 11litres
Price – ₹ 67,808 Onwards

Here is the link for full specs and details:
https://www.bikeleague.in/bajaj-bikes/bajaj-platina-100/

Conclusion

These are India’s top 10 mileage bikes with the best fuel efficiency figures in the Indian market. Bring home today your best-fit bike with outstanding mileage figures, a good set of features and within a pocket-friendly budget. You can check the mileage of your motorcycle as mentioned earlier; to improve the mileage, make a habit of not parking your vehicle in the hot sun, turning off your engine at traffic signals, and following the tips mentioned above. Also, mileage figures vary according to the rider, road conditions, and various factors. The mileage figures discussed here in this article for all ten models might change.

If you have any other doubts or queries, email us at bikeleague2017@gmail.com. We are always eager to help and assist you. Also, here are several social media platforms of Bikeleague India to raise your suspicions.