Moto competitive prices in India

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Moto competitive prices in India

The most common vehicles seen on the road in India are two-wheelers. While those around them are a nuisance, those who ride bicycles are comfortable, zipping through traffic, getting more mileage out of your fuel. Although most upper middle class families prefer the luxury of their cars, members of the lower middle class sector require good, solid and affordable bikes. Large corporations such as Hero MotoCorp, Bajaj, Honda and TVS serve these families, and offer two wheels at great prices. The TVS Sport, a stylish looking Indian bike is priced at just Rs. 40000. Comes equipped with a tank of 12 liters of fuel and hydraulic telescopic front suspension forks and rear shock adjustable 5 steps.

Japanese giant Honda launched a new two-wheeler called the CD 110 Dream. It costs a little more than Rs. 41000 and has a 110 cc engine. Tubeless tires are equipped with drum brakes and while also having hydraulic telescopic fork like TVS, which is equipped with a rear suspension spring. The bike provides potential buyers with the same strength and comfort as the Dream Dream Yuga or Neo, but has a much lower price, which is much more appealing to the masses. The bike was presented as competition for Bajaj Platina, TVS Sport ‘Hero HF Pantero Deluxe and Mahindra, which are priced around similarly. Hero MotoCorp HF Deluxe also priced a little over Rs. 40000 and has the same features as the CD 110 Sleep and TVS Sport. The only difference I can see is in the rear suspension. The HF Deluxe has a swing arm with an adjustable shock absorber 2 stages. The Lower Deck, which is priced around Rs. 38000 has hydraulic, telescopic suspension at both front and rear ends. In all other respects, is almost identical to the other bikes mentioned.

Apart from some very minor differences, bicycles marketed for daily consumption are almost exactly the same. Some bikes offer a longer seat, while others offer a little better suspension. With respect to bicycles at competitive prices is difficult to determine what makes a bike better than the other. All new bikes in India are built with the same features, with small touches that are added to make them more attractive to different people. At the end of the day, the average user will be allowing him or her feel comfortable and that the vehicle gives them the most value for your money. For those who simply enjoy bicycles, money is not a problem, and this can be seen by the number of Royal Enfield and Harley Davidson seen on Indian roads.