Top 10 sub-3 lakh rupee motorcycles in India with dual channel-ABS
With the stringent safety norm setting in the country, most manufacturers have equipped their motorcycles in with CBS (Combined Braking System), single channel-ABS (Antilock Braking System) and Dual channel-ABS accordingly. And if you're in the market to shop for a motorcycle in the market and have a budget up to Rs 3 lakh we have a list of 10 motorcycles that will fit the bill. The only trouble you will face is to pick one.
KTM 390 Duke
Rs 2.48 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
A 373.5cc single-cylinder engine producing 43PS always had the safety net of ABS since its inception. However, the 390 Duke gets switchable ABS as well as a super-moto mode that turns off the ABS sensor of the rear wheel.
Rs 2.44 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
As the 390 Duke made it to our list, its sibling, the RC390 should be following its footstep. The RC390 also gets a switchable ABS. Although, misses out on the supermoto mode.
Royal Enfield Interceptor
Rs 2.5 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
Following the sporty street and track motorcycles is the Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 that has a 650cc parallel-twin engine producing 48PS. Moreover, the motorcycle offers modern classic styling and a name tag from the past
Rs 1.97 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
Another retro motorcycle that wears a modern classic skin, however, the motorcycle packs features like liquid cooling and twin exhaust. Jawa recently commenced the deliveries of their dual-channel ABS motorcycles.
Suzuki Gixxer SF 250
Rs 1.70 ex-showroom Delhi
Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 recently debuted in India. The bike offers a relaxed riding stance of a sports tourer and has power figures 26.5PS and 22.6Nm. The bike is expected to be offered in the company's MotoGP livery soon.
TVS Apache RR310
Rs 2.24 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
TVS has updated the Apache RR310 for the model year 2019 with a slipper clutch and gets a gloss black colour on offer. Also, the changes have been made to reduce the vibrations of the motorcycle.
Benelli TNT 300
Rs 2.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
Benelli TNT 300 missed out on an ABS when it was launched in India, however, was eventually updated with a dual-channel ABS. The motorcycle recently got a price cut and the motorcycle retails under Rs 3 lakh.
Bajaj Dominar 400
Rs 1.80 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
Bajaj Dominar was recently received cosmetic as well as mechanical updates. The power output has gone up to 40PS and the bike boasts a power to weight ratio of 217.4PS/tonne and does a 0-100kmph run in 7.6 seconds.
Kawasaki Ninja 300
Rs 2.98 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
After Locally producing the motorcycle, the Ninja 300 got a major price cut which not only made it accessible to newer riders but also allowed manufacturers to offer ABS as standard. The Ninja 300 is the entry-level motorcycle in the Ninja family.
Rs 2.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
The BMW G310R is not only the most accessible BMW Motorrad motorcycle in the country right but also offers ease and comfort of a street naked motorcycle. The power output is rated at 34PS and 28Nm of torque.
If you've made it so far, we've added a bonus motorcycle in our list.
Rs 2.29 lakh ex-showroom Delhi
CF Moto has recently ventured in India with four motorcycles, and one of them qualifies to be in our list. CFMoto 300NK has been launched in the country for Rs 2.29 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. However, Team OVERDRIVE is yet to ride one soon. Stat tuned to OVERDRIVE for the first ride review of the CFMotos.
Starts Rs 2,16,648
Starts Rs 2,99,000
Starts Rs 3,18,000
Starts Rs 2,52,928
Starts Rs 2,56,372
Starts Rs 1,11,871
Starts Rs 1,00,212
Starts Rs 1,74,000
- 2022 Mahindra Scorpio leaked ahead of debut, exteriors revealed
- 2022 Tata Nexon EV Max review, road test - real-world range tested!
- Tata Nexon EV Max Vs Tata Nexon EV: What's different?
- Spec Comparo: Mercedes Benz C-Class Vs Audi A4 Vs BMW 3-series
- Tata Nexon EV Max launched with 437 km range, prices start from Rs 17.74 lakh