Bikes – Another Name Of Adventure

There was a time when bikes were only meant to be used in adventure sports and as a passion satisfier for the young boys of elite class families. But in last few decades, the trend has been changed completely. Nowadays, as a large number of economical and fuel efficient bikes are available in the market, it has become a basic model of transportation in most of the developing countries like India and China. So now there is a bike for everyone, be it highly expensive Harley Davidson for elite class or be it very economical Hero Honda for common man.

At present an array of bikes is available in the Indian market and one should go for the bike that suits all your requirements and preferences completely. Besides this there are many points that are needed to be taken into consideration before finalizing a bike. Where, for some buyers the style and the engine power of the bike matters the most, some of them give more preference to high fuel economy, low maintenance and economical price. The price of the bikes in the Indian market starts from as low as Rs 35,000 and goes as high as Rs 10 lakh.

At present, the Hero Honda India is the largest bike makers in the Indian market by selling more than 4,00,000 lakh units of its bikes in the country per annum. What gives Hero Honda an upper hand over its competitors is the comparatively high durability and low cost of its bikes. The current portfolio of the company in the Indian market hosts some of the most popular bikes in the price bracket of Rs 35,000 to 70,000 that comprises of bikes such as Splendor, CD Dilux, Passion, Karizma, Hunk and Glamour.

One more two-wheeler manufacturer that has achieved a considerable success in the Indian market is the Baja Auto that has expertise in the cost efficient manufacturing of bikes. The popular Bajaj bikes, which have catapulted the fortune of this one of the oldest scooter maker in the Indian market includes mighty muscular Pulsar and all stylish Discover. Bajaj bikes are known for their amazing graphics and advanced designing. Besides these two, bike makers like TVS, Yamaha, Honda and Suzuki are also selling some of the most competitive bikes in the Indian market.

On the other hand, the high segment bikes such as Harley Davidson, Suzuki Hayabusa and Kawasaki Ninja have also been witnessing a considerable increase in the demand from the buyers in the Indian market.

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