Cheap Motorcycles in India | City 100 vs. HF Deluxe vs. Platinum

Money is saved, money is earned“A wise man once said. And I feel like he wasn’t really talking about FDs (Fixed Deposits) or ULIPs (Unit Linked Insurance Plans). I think he meant something in that section.”Don’t buy a tisot when a timex is enough“Or”Don’t buy a Ducati if one Dominator is enough“However, since the present time has taught us to live on our necessities, it would not be a bad idea to exercise restraint for some more time while spending.

So, when the lockdown becomes easy and you feel the need to fill your ZX-10 RR with Speed ​​97, well, do it and go spin fast. But the next day (usually Monday) think about buying one of the bikes listed below to run in your daily office (yes, eat the car). Not only do you save money (compared to using your car every day), but you can learn new things like patience, empathy, how other forms of human life survive

Bajaj City 100 vs Hero HF Deluxe vs Bajaj Platinum 100: Price & Specification

Bajaj City 100 (KS)

Bajaj City 100Bajaj motorcycle

At 41,239, this is the cheapest motorcycle in India we are talking about the kick-start variant here. It is one of the more reliable motorcycles from the Bajaj factory. It is powered by a four-stroke, single cylinder 102 cc engine that produces a peak torque of 9.9 PS at 50000 rpm and a peak torque of 3.34 Nm at 500,50000 rpm. Alloy wheel is standard (Bajaj is not selling the spoke-wheel variant, obviously), on the other hand a disc brake is not offered as an option by any manufacturer in this category. Therefore, your ability to predict the immediate future will increase over time, regardless of which bike you ride from this section.

And don’t worry about ‘KS’ in the name above; It doesn’t say it on the bike. This “kick-start” variant is mentioned here and on the manufacturer’s website to tell you. The electronic-start variant (which also includes a kicker) is referred to as the CT100 ES. The same goes for the other bikes mentioned in this story.

Also, I’ve been told that no matter how neatly arranged the words are in sentences, there’s a huge majority surprised, so instead put the words in the form of a table. Therefore, this brochure is provided here:

Gearbox: 4-speed
Chassis: Tubular, single downtown
Length: 1945 mm
Wheelbase: 1235 mm
Ground clearance: 170 mm
Carb weight: 114 kg
Seat height: Not available
Fuel tank capacity: 10.5 liters
Brakes: 130mm front drum and 110mm rear drum

Hero HF Deluxe (KS, Spoke)

Hero HF Deluxe

Hero HF DeluxeHero MotoCorp

You already know what KS means. “Spoke” here means that this motorcycle has spoke-wheels, not alloys. It costs Rs 46,800. The variant decorated in alloy is the favorite of one thousand rupees.

This Hero comes with a four-stroke, single-cylinder 97.2 cc engine that produces 8.02 PS at 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 8.05 Nm at 6,000 rpm.

Other important statistics:

Gearbox: 4-speed
Chassis: Cylindrical, double cradle
Length: 1965 mm
Wheelbase: 1235 mm
Ground clearance: 165 mm
Carb weight: 109 kg
Seat height: 805 mm
Fuel tank capacity: 9.6 liters
Brakes: 130mm front drum and 130mm rear drum

Bajaj Platinum 100 (KS, Alloy)

Bajaj Platinum 100

Bajaj Platinum 100Bajaj motorcycle

The largest motorcycle on this list is the Bajaj Platinum 100. It is the longest bike here, with the longest wheelbase in all three. But what is most impressive is its ground clearance – 200 mm. For perspective, the BMW R 1250 GS has 200mm ground clearance.

The Platinum 100’s engine splits with the CT100’s and even the power and torque figures remain the same, saving for a significant difference. In Platinum, the torque peaks at 5,500 rpm (this is 7,500 rpm for the City 100). The rest of the important statistics are mentioned below:

Gearbox: 4-speed
Chassis: Cylindrical, double cradle
Length: 2003 mm
Wheelbase: 1255 mm
Ground clearance: 200 mm
Carb weight: 116 kg
Seat height: 804 mm
Fuel tank capacity: 11 liters
Brakes: 130mm front drum and 110mm rear drum

It ends the story of three cheap motorcycles in India. Please note that I have mentioned here only the kick-start variants of the three motorcycles, each of which also has an electric-start variant. However, I assure you that if you are not a social media influencer, you will be able to easily kick-start these motorcycles.

Also, neither Bajaj nor Hero mentioned ARAI’s perceived fuel efficiency statistics for this motorcycle. Still, let me tell you that these motorcycles are one of the most fuel efficient motorcycles in the world. Not only that; Some say these bikes make their own petrol at night. I think they call it optical or something.

About the author: Dale Freeman

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