Top 7 bikes of 2018 to hit the Indian streets in vogue


Trendy bikes are every man’s fascination. From adventure and travel to fun and class, they are bought for unique reasons. While every automobile has incredible features and specifications, going for the model that best meets your needs and budget is a crucial step that needs to be looked into. And to help you to find your perfect bike, we have listed the top 10 bikes of 2018 that are hitting the Indian streets right now:

1. Hero Splendor :

With a total of 2, 60,865 units sold in July 2018, Hero Splendor is one the best bikes running on the Indian roads. With a 97.2 cc 4-stroke air-cooled OHC single engine, it has a fuel capacity of 11L overall. Boasting of 80.6 kmpl mileage, it has 4-speed manual transmission n with constant mesh.

 

Courtesy: Navbharat
Courtesy: Navbharat

 

2. Hero HF Deluxe :

Honda continues to rule the automobile segment with the Hero HF Deluxe. With a single cylinder 4-stroke OHC engine, the bike promises a mileage of 82.9 kmpl. Its engine displacement is 97.2 cc. Available in candy blazing red and black with purple, a total of 1,83,694 units were sold in July 2018.

 

Courtesy: Keralaonroad.com
Courtesy: Keralaonroad.com

 

3. Honda CB Shine :

 

This bike has a displacement of 124.7 cc and contains a fuel tank with 10.5L capacity. With a mileage of 65-74.7 kmpl, it boasts of a power of 10.3 bhp @ 7500 rpm with a 157 mm ground clearance capacity. Owing to its carburettor engine system, a total of 86,160 units were sold in July 2018.

 

Courtesy: Droom
Courtesy: Droom

 

4. Bajaj CT 100 :

 

With 89 kmpl mileage, alloy wheels, and 99.27 cc displacement, the ‘ride control’ switch in the Bajaj CT 100 enables the driver to switch between the economy and the power mode. With a total of 76,776 units were sold in July 2018, the bike has a fuel capacity of 10.5L and a 4-stroke single cylinder engine.

 

Courtesy: motorbeam.com
Courtesy: motorbeam.com

 

5. Bajaj Pulsar :

 

Bajaj maintains its standing on the list with the 149 cc displacement Bajaj Pulsar. Providing an average mileage of 65 kmpl, the bike has a fuel tank capacity of 15L. A total of 63,388 units were sold in July 2018, and the bike houses a 4-stroke DTS-I air cooled single cylinder engine.

 

Courtesy: Overdrive
Courtesy: Overdrive

 

6. Royal Enfield Classic 350 :

 

A bike of the elites, the Royal Enfield Classic 350 bike has a maximum power of 19.8 bhp @ 5250 rpm. With an engine displacement of 346 cc and 135 mm ground clearance, the bike runs on petrol with a mileage of 37 kmpl. In July 2018, a total of 44,054 units were sold across the country.

 

Courtesy: Overdrive
Courtesy: Overdrive

 

7. TVS Apache 160 :

 

Housing disc brakes, 159.7 cc engine, and oil cooled cooling system, a total of 32,973 units of the TVS Apache 160 were sold in July 2018. With a mileage of around 50 kmpl, it is available in colours like grey, white, red, and matte black. Additionally, the bike houses a fuel capacity of 16L.

 

Courtesy: CarAndBike
Courtesy: CarAndBike

 

These are the top 7 bikes roaring on the Indian streets with pride. Which one do you love the most?