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Date: 15 Jun 2009   Group: Opinion About    Category: Automobiles   


Which is the best bike I can buy costing under 50000?


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Author: ranganathan    15 Jun 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

I would recommend Hero Honda Splendor plus because my cousin having this bike for more than five year and had good mileage around fifty to sixty km till now . But the maintainence is the main thing for good mileage. He use to check oil regularly and fill tank only at trusted petrol bunks so as to provide a good mileage. Once if you decided to buy bike you should consider the looks , mileage, durablity , performance and this bike is an all rounder and has an average pickup.

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Author: Krishna Chaitanya Yeleswarapu    19 Jun 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 4  (Rs 4)    Voting Score: 0

hi Mr.Nikhil,

Your budget for bike is 50,000 Rs.So,I strongly suggest you Bajaj XCD 135cc.It is really an amazing bike with all qualities that a 150 cc bike has.It has disk braking system which is an added advantage and you can drive easily up to 70+ kilometers per liter.
It is the best and comfortable bike choice for you with the budget you really have.this bike don't even cost 50,000 rupees.So,you can even save money if you go with this bike.

My other choices for is Hero Honda splendor or Hero Honda passion plus.Both are good bikes and gives sufficient mileage for your budget.But Bajaj XCD 135 is superior to these two bikes.So,I strongly recommend you Bajaj XCD 135.

Best Regards,
Prince.




Author: N V V K Raju    23 Jun 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 1    Voting Score: 0

Hero Honda splendor or Hero Honda passion or bajaj bikes are the best choice for the price of 50,000 Rs. those are give more millage and less maintenance cost and much resale value
Regards,
NVVKRaju.

Author: KURMADASU MURALIDHAR    24 Jun 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 2    Voting Score: 0

Hand passion plus is best bike to your budget and it is a cool bike has no problems at all. The petrol consumption is very good, you can save lot of money. It has no maintenance problems at all, proven bike. For middle class riders it is too good, in the other words it is a budget bike. The look is also very beautiful especially RED is awesome and you will not get any back pain on this bike unlike some other bikes. So I prefer you to buy the Passion Plus.
Author: rajmca    25 Jun 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 0    Voting Score: 0

Bajaj XCD 135cc,Hero Honda splendor or Hero Honda passion or bajaj bike
Author: ravi    25 Jun 2009      Member Level: Silver     Points : 4  (Rs 2)    Voting Score: 0

my cousin having this bike for more than five year and had good mileage around fifty to sixty km till now . But the maintainence is the main thing for good mileage. He use to check oil regularly and fill tank only at trusted petrol bunks so as to provide a good mileage. Once if you decided to buy bike you should consider the looks , mileage, durability , performance and this bike is an all rounder and has an average pickup.

It is the best and comfortable bike choice for you with the budget you really have.this bike don't even cost 50,000 rupees.So,you can even save money if you go with this bike.

My other choices for is Hero Honda splendor or Hero Honda passion plus.Both are good bikes and gives sufficient mileage for your budget.But Bajaj XCD 135 is superior to these two bikes.So,I strongly recommend you Bajaj XCD 13

Author: Santosh    30 Jun 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 5  (Rs 3)    Voting Score: 0

I will advice you to buy a Hero Honda Splendor. This bike will fit in your budget and expectations too. You can buy any varient of this model. This bike was launched so many years ago, but still has its market and fans.
whats more? The resale value of Hero Honda bikes is always good
I also advise you not to buy Bajaj bikes. Pulsar may look good but it doesnot have good life . maintenance problem will engulf you if you buy bajaj products. Bajaj brands have very limited longivity.it keeps on changing brand names(remember croma,eliminator,caliber? all are closed). so if you buy a bajaj bike ,you may have to search a lot to get its spare parts incase that brand is discontinued
also dont get fascinated by the features offered by bajaj bikes. The digital meters will not last long. Also look at the body frame of bajaj bikes, they are light and thus may not last long

Author: Manas Kumar Nayak    01 Jul 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 1    Voting Score: 0

Go for any Hero Honda product mainly Splendor. Try to avoid Bajaj products because the products in those category starts showing problem even in warranty time.

regards,

manas

Author: Anton Menezes    01 Aug 2009      Member Level: Gold     Points : 15  (Rs 12)    Voting Score: 0

Opinions about an ideal bike differs from person to person and is totally dependent upon ones tastes. Bikes found in the Indian market in the price range of within Rs 50,000 are usually 100 cc and 125 cc bikes. I would like to concentrate on three bikes which come under this category from three different production houses.

The first one is the Bajaj XCD 135 DTSi from Bajaj Automobiles which is priced around Rs 47,000 and was launched in february this year. The second bike is the Passion Pro coming from Hero Honda LTD priced around Rs 46,000 and was launched in October 2008. The third bike is the Yamaha Gladiator SS which is priced around Rs 49,000. These are the most recently launched bikes in their category by their respective production houses. However, the prices keep varying from city to city.

Yamaha bikes, as they are fast turning out to be, are the most style oriented, sporty bikes available in the Indian market these days. Bikes like FZ 16, FZ-S, and the R15 are proven head turners. They havent lagged behind in the 125 cc category either, and have duly launched the Yamaha Gladiator SS. Along with its sporty looks, it has higher power and torque compared to other bikes in this category i.e 11 bhp@7500 rpm and maximum torque of 10.4 Nm @ 6500 rpm. It is also equipped with a 5 speed gear box and a sporty tachometer which is quite rare for bikes in this range. The fuel tank capacity is also at a good 13 litres. But the real let down is in terms of the mileage. It gives approximately upto 45 K/ltr against the promised 50-60 k/ltr.

The Bajaj XCD 135 DTSi is probably the most promising bike in history of Indian motorcycle market. Promising as in, it has perhaps the most endless list of features available for bikes in the 125 cc category. It is equipped with a 135 cc engine and a 5 speed gear box. Other features include auto choke, gas filled Nitrox absorbers, a digital speedometer and LED tail lamps. To make the list endlesss, we also have a disc brake system for the front tyres and also an ignition start. It also promises fuel efficiency with a mileage of about 90 k/ltr. But I have specified the word promise at many places across this post because of some reasons known to users of this bike. For instance, my paternal uncle who owned the previous verion of this bike, the Bajaj XCD 125, used to lament how he hardly managed getting 50 k/ltr with his bike. Readers recall how the bike promised 109 k/ltr in the BAjaj XCD 125 ad which was making the rounds in 2008. However, it is still very early to comment on the mileage of this new edition. The speedometer is not going to last long specially in the monsoon. It is a very fragile bike and the electric starts of the previous XCD model had proven to be faulty.

Passion Pro was supposed to be an upgrade of the Splendor and Passion family but for me it is only a graphical upgradation of the previous bikes with the same 100 cc engine. The new features in this bike are the pass switch and the electric start options. The console though is a complete mismatch with the rest of the bike. There are no digital displays and it sports the same old look. It is equipped with a 4 speed gear box. It attains a top speed of 85 km/hr but it starts to vibrate at such speeds. Even though there isn't anything that begs an applause in this bike, one should still note that this bike is from the stables of Hero Honda LTD, a reputed name. And you wont regret the money you put into any bike from this company.

MY VERDICT: I would prefer buying the Yamaha Gladiator SS or the Passion Pro as both bikes give full value for your money.
Bajaj motorcycles are not really known for their longetivity and will start giving engine trouble within two years.



Author: SHIVESH SRIVASTAVA    25 Nov 2013      Member Level: Silver     Points : 0    Voting Score: 0

You must go for discover
bike by bajaj.
It is best bike at this range.
With a great pickup and gear system.

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