100cc Bikes

Best 100cc bikes in India to buy in 2020. Here is the complete list of the best 100cc motorcycles which are focused on being seriously fuel-efficient.

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The 100cc motorcycle segment is still space which generates the majority of sales for bike makers in India. Almost all the motorcycle on sale in this segment are mileage champs and promise to extract the most out of every drop of petrol. They’re also built to be rugged, are easy on the pockets to maintain and require very little attention. Here are all your options in the 100cc bikes segment.

100cc Bikes In India With Prices

Bike NamePriceEngine
Hero Splendor PlusRs. 59,60097.2cc
Bajaj PlatinaRs. 47,763102cc
TVS SportRs. 52,500110cc
Bajaj CT 100Rs. 42,790102cc
TVS XL100Rs. 43,54499.7cc
Hero HF DeluxeRs. 47,80097.2cc

1. Hero Splendor Plus – 100cc Bike

Splendor+ BS VI.

 

The Hero Splendor Plus is the best selling motorcycle that Hero has ever made. It is considered to be the perfect commuter not only in the city but also in rural areas. The Splendor Plus comes with electric start and alloy wheels and is powered by an air-cooled, 97.2cc, single-cylinder engine which is good for a power output of 7.91 bhp and peak torque output of 8.05 Nm, mated to a four-speed gearbox. The bike is rated for mileage of nearly 81 kmpl.

Hero Splendor Plus Specifications
Engine97cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe7.91 BHP @ 8000 RPM
Maximum Torque8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Mileage81 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity9.8 litres
No. of Gears4
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsWide chain of dealer network | Tried-n-tested product
ConsBasic
PriceRs. 59,600
ColoursPurple, Grey, Red and three palette combination of Red-Black-Purple along with Ebony Grey paintwork with Green Finish

2. Bajaj Platina – 100cc Bike

Platina KS red

 

The Platina sits above the CT 100 in Bajaj’s lineup. This bike comes with electric start and alloy wheels over the CT 100. It also comes with Bajaj’s special ‘Comfortec’ suspension at the rear and front forks which are 28% longer than the ones on its competitors. The Bajaj Platina is powered by an air-cooled, 102cc, single-cylinder engine which pumps out 7.9 PS and 8.34 Nm, mated to a 4-speed gearbox.

Bajaj Platina Specifications
Engine102 cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe7.9 PS @ 7,500 rpm
Maximum Torque8.34 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Mileage90 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity11 litres
No. of Gears4
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsComfort-oriented package with alloy wheels and electric start
ConsFeels too narrow in the saddle
PriceRs. 47,763
ColoursRed, Black

3. TVS Sport – 100cc Bike

tvs sport

 

The TVS Sport is based on the TVS Star City, which is now only available as a 110cc bike. This TVS Sport comes with smart graphics which add to its urban appeal. The bike gets an electric starter, alloy wheels and is powered by an air-cooled, 110cc, single-cylinder engine which is rated for 8.3 PS and a peak torque output of 8.7 Nm, mated to a four-speed gearbox. Under test conditions, the TVS Sport is rated for 95 km/l!

TVS Sport Specifications
Engine102 cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe8.30 PS @ 7,350 rpm
Maximum Torque8.7 Nm @ 4,500 rpm
Mileage95 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity10 litres
No. of Gears4
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsModern styling, well priced
ConsLess power than its competitors
PriceRs. 59,500
ColoursBlack Red, Volcano Red, White Purple, White Red, Black Blue, Mercury Grey

4. Bajaj CT 100 – 100cc Bike

Bajaj CT100 BS6

The Bajaj CT 100 has one thing that it can go around boasting. It is one of the most affordable bikes in this segment. A basic but rugged motorcycle, the Bajaj CT100 is powered by an air-cooled, 102 cc, four-stroke engine, mated to a 4-speed gearbox. The CT 100’s engine produces a maximum power of 7.9 PS and torque of 8.34 Nm. The bike is rated for mileage of close to 85 kmpl.

Bajaj CT 100 Specifications
Engine102cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe7.9 PS @ 7,500 rpm
Maximum Torque8.34 Nm @ 5,500 rpm
Mileage85 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity10.5 litres
No. of Gears4
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsRugged | Affordable
ConsBasic Appeal
PriceRs. 42,790
ColoursEbony Black (Blue Decals), Ebony Black (Red Decals), Electron Blue, Flame Red

5. TVS XL100

Riding In Sri Lanka on The TVS XL100 (13)

The most-affordable 100cc machine might not be a motorcycle to be precise, but it is a rugged and large-hearted step-thru. It is also the most utilitarian 100cc machine you can buy in India. Powering the TVS XL100 is a 99.7cc engine which cranks out 4.3 bhp at 6000 RPM and maximum torque of 6.5 Nm at 3500 RPM. Offered in comfort and heavy-duty variants, the XL100 is priced at INR 45,114 for the base Comfort variant, INR 44,304 for a special edition version of the heavy-duty and INR 43,544 for the top-spec Heavy Duty version.

TVS XL100 Specifications
Engine99.7 cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe4.3 bhp @ 8,000 rpm
Maximum Torque6.5 Nm @ 5,000 rpm
Mileage80 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity4 litres
No. of GearsAutomatic
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsA Rugged Workhorse
ConsBasic
PriceRs. 58,600
Colours Maroon, Blue, Green, Red

 

6. Hero HF Deluxe – 100cc Bike

Hero HF Deluxe BS6

 

Another bike on this list from the Hero stable. The commuter segment has been ruled well and truly by the likes of Hero and Bajaj for a long time now. Talking about the Hero HF Deluxe, it is considered to be an entry-level motorcycle from the Hero lineup. The bike is powered by the 97.2cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine which produces 8.02 PS and 8.05 Nm, it comes mated to a four-speed gearbox. The company claimed mileage for this bike is 83 kmpl.

Hero HF Deluxe Specifications
Engine97.2 cc
Fuel TypePetrol
Maximum Powe8.02 PS @ 8,000 rpm
Maximum Torque8.05 Nm @ 6,000 rpm
Mileage83 kmpl
Fuel Tank Capacity9.6 litres
No. of Gears4
Front Brake TypeDrum
Rear Brake TypeDrum
ProsAggressive pricing | reliable brand network
ConsUnderpowered | Basic looks
PriceRs. 47,800
ColoursCandy Blazing Red, Black with Purple, Boon Silver Metallic, Classy Maroon Metallic, Black with Red
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