Two-wheelers have always been leaps and bounds ahead of cars in sales figures. However, August 2021 has not been the best month for the motorcycle industry. Nevertheless, let’s take a look at 6 bestselling motorcycles in August 2021.
The Hero Splendor is India’s favorite commuter motorcycle. The lightweight body, small engine and purpose oriented nature of this bike is what people love. Also, something that can go over 60KMs in one liter of petrol is priceless nowadays. The Splendor is used by a very wide range of audience, which helps it reach up the sales charts quickly. The Splendor gets a 97cc engine making 8HP and 8nm of torque. The price starts at Rs.63000, ex-showroom.
Honda CB Shine
Another extremely practical commuter, that is high on the efficiency front. The CB Shine is a slightly premium bike in the 125cc segment. It gets a 125cc engine that produces 10.7HP and 11nm of torque. Currently, the Shine comes in at a starting price of Rs.73500, ex-showroom.
India’s first sports bike, the Pulsar also joins the list of the bestselling motorcycles. Why shouldn’t it, it really gives us sporty looks and dynamics at a very affordable price point. What runs in the Plusar’s favor is that fact that it comes with multiple engine options. A wide range of 125-200cc gives buyers the option to choose according to their requirements. The Pulsar range starts at Rs.77000(ex-showroom) in India.
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Just like the Pulsar, the Apache also gets a wide range of engine options, ranging from 160-310cc. Aesthetics is the trump card in the Apache’s pocket. Its sleek street fighter looks and LED lights make it look very attractive. The Apache range starts at Rs.1.06 Lakhs, ex-showroom.
Royal Enfield Classic 350
India’s favorite, homegrown, MADE LIKE A GUN machine, the Classic 350 also joins this list. This bike is pretty much a self-seller. With the revisions it had gotten lately, it has only become more refined. The Classic 350 starts at Rs.1.64 Lakhs, ex-showroom. The 350cc engine produces 20HP and a healthy 27nm of torque.
The Suzuki Gixxer is a very decent, no nonsense bike. It gets the option of either a fully-faired or a street naked design. It also comes with 2 engine options, a 150cc and a 250cc. The bigger, 250cc engine is a very punchy one. It produces 26HP and 22nm of torque, making it very fun to ride. The smaller, 150cc motor produces 13.6HP and 14nm of torque. The Gixxer range starts at Rs.86000, ex-showroom.