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Best Bike / Motorcycles for Rural Areas in India 2020



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The Indian subcontinent is comprised of two major sectors, namely the Rural and Urban Sector. No matter what the sector is, one of the most indispensable needs of the population is transportation and communication. Road Transport in rural areas is concerned with transporting goods and people within the village, between villages and urban areas, linking village roads with district roads, state highways and national highways. The economic condition of a person does not stop him/her from going to distant places, for various purposes. Many a times, it becomes unavoidable for them to travel to faraway places, either for food or water, or livelihood. As, we all know the roads in India are usually under-construction, throughout the year. Thanks to our Bureaucratic System! So, the roads in the rural areas are no less, infect worse in condition, as even the sewage system is not working there.

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List of Best Best Bike / Motorcycles for Rural Areas in India:

Ranking

Bike Name

Ex-showroom GST Price, New Delhi

1.

Hero Splendor Plus

Rs. 49,060 – 53,350

2.

Hero HF Deluxe

Rs. 38,900 – 48,800

3.

TVS Star City Plus

Rs. 46,053 – 61,419

4.

Bajaj Platina

Rs. 47,405

5.

Honda Dream Yuga

Rs. 54,009

6.

Hero HF Dawn

Rs. 39,470

7.

Honda Dream Neo

Rs. 52,061 – 52,351

8.

Mahindra Centuro

Rs. 48,935 – 54,935

9.

Suzuki Hayate EP

Rs. 52,953

10.

Bajaj CT 100

Rs. 32,000 – 40,883

11.

Honda CD 110 Dream

Rs. 48,941 – 49,231

*Note: The Rank is based on readers voting. You can also vote to your favourite bike through the vote section.

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Best Bikes / Motorcycles for Rural Areas in India

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Colors of Best Bikes / Motorcycles for Rural Areas in India:

Bike Name

Colors / Shades

Bajaj Platina

Red, Black

Bajaj CT 100

Electron Blue, Flame Red, Ebony Black (Blue Decals), Ebony Black (Red Decals)

Mahindra Centuro

Black, Silver, Red

Suzuki Hayate EP

Pearl Mira Red, Metallic Oort Grey, Glass Sparkle Black

Honda Dream Neo

Black with Blue Stripes, Black with Red Stripes, Geny Grey Metallic, Imperial Red Metallic

Honda CD 110 Dream [2018]

Black with Cabin Gold, Black with Green Metallic, Black with Grey Silver metallic, Black with Red or Blue Metallic

Honda Dream Yuga

Black with Heavy Grey Metallic, Black with Radiant Red Metallic, Black with Lemon Ice Yellow Graphics, Sports Red with Black, Black with Sunset Brown Metallic, Black with Red Graphics

TVS Star City Plus

Chocolate Gold, White Gold, Black Gold, Black Silver, Black Blue, Matte Grey, Titanium Grey, Oscar Black, Show-Stopper Blue, Celebrity Scarlett, Black Red

Hero HF Dawn [2018]

Red, Black

Hero Splendor Plus

Candy Red, Cloud Silver, Palace Maroon, Black with Silver, Black with Purple Silver, Black with Purple, Black with Purple Red, Excellent Blue, High Granite Blue

i3s – Granite Blue, Silver, Black with Silver and Purple, Black with Purple and Red, Black with Purple, Candy Red, Black with Silver

Hero HF Deluxe

Candy Blazing Red, Black with Purple, Boon Silver Metallic, Classy Maroon Metallic, Black with Red

i3s – Black and Red, Black and Blue, Black and Purple

Eco – Leaf Green

Specifications of Best Bike / Motorcycles for Rural Areas in India:

Bike Name

Displacement

Maximum Power

Maximum Torque

Mileage

Honda Dream Yuga

109.19 cc

8.25 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

72 kmpl

Hero HF Deluxe

97.2 cc

8.2 Bhp @ 8000 rpm

8.05 Nm @ 5000 rpm

82 kmpl

TVS Star City Plus

109.7 cc

8.3 Bhp @ 7000 rpm

8.7 Nm @ 5000 rpm

86 kmpl

Bajaj Platina

102 cc

8 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.6 Nm @ 5000 rpm

104 kmpl

Hero Impulse

149.2 cc

13.2 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

13.4 Nm @ 5000 rpm

55 kmpl

Hero HF Dawn

97.2 cc

8.2 Bhp @ 8000 rpm

8.04 Nm @ 4500 rpm

83 kmpl

Mahindra Centuro

106.7 cc

8.5 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

70 kmpl

Hero Splendor Plus

97.2 cc

8.2 Bhp @ 8000 rpm

8.04 Nm @ 4500 rpm

80 kmpl

Honda Dream Neo

109.19 cc

8.25 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

74 kmpl

Suzuki Hayate

113 cc

8.58 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

9.3 Nm @ 5000 rpm

70 kmpl

Honda CD 110 Dream

109.19 cc

8.25 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

74 kmpl

Bajaj CT 100

97.2 cc

8.1 Bhp @ 7500 rpm

8.05 Nm @ 4500 rpm

89 kmpl

All the filth comes and rests on the roads, very conveniently. In urban areas people prefer to use cars as they feel they are better-off as compared to the rural population. But, in rural areas people do not have money to afford even the basic necessities of life, buying a mode of transport, is like a dream come true for them. In earlier times, they were usually reliant on bullock-carts or horse-carriages for transportation. But, in today’s hi-tech world, even the villages are modernizing. People want faster means of transport. But due to the lack of money, they usually go for cheaper ones. One of the cheapest modes of transport, which can run even on the narrow and filthy roads of a rural town, is a Bike. Some of the most suitable bikes for rural areas should be the ones having strong tyres and alloys, along with a great mileage and ease in handling. Usually, 100 cc bikes are the most desirable ones. Some people also go for second-hand bikes, as they are affordable in terms of cost.

So, transportation in rural India is still a developing sector. New innovations are being made on daily basis. Efforts are made by the government to provide cheaper loans for these people. One of the most fuel efficient upcoming rural bikes is Hero – Splendor, Passion Pro, CD Dawn, HF Deluxe, Hero Impulse and Honda Dream Neo, Dream Yuga & TVS Star city. So, make an intelligent choice before taking a bike to the rural sector. It is important to go for stronger and cost-effective bikes, with the lowest maintenance costs possible.



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