Top 10 Bikes Under 50000 You Can Buy In India


10​​Bajaj Platina 100 ComforTec

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The mass market motorcycle segment in India is one such category that is majorly responsible for keeping the cash register ringing of two-wheeler giants. In a price sensitive economy like ours, where people are too conscious about the value for money quotient, auto companies are left with no option but to deliver products that not only prove their worth but also go less hefty on the pockets.

And when we talk about motorcycles, thankfully, the options are good even when you have a not so high budget. Having said that, here we bring you the list of five best two-wheelers in India that you can buy for under Rs 50,000.

Bajaj Auto launched the more comfort oriented version of its popular entry level commuter Platina with a suffix ComforTec next to ita few months back. The motorcycle flaunts of a better suspension set up than other motorcycles in this segment and Bajaj claims that this bike minimises the jerks by 20 percent in comparison to its rivals.

The Pune-based manufacturer further claims that the Bajaj Platina 100 ComforTec has been fitted with longer front and rear suspension and the latter being the dual spring type, offers a much comfortable ride.

Powering the Bajaj Platina 100 ComforTec is a 102cc, air-cooled engine mated to a four-speed transmission. The carbureted motor churns out respective power and torque figures of 8 bhp and 8.6 Nm. The bike also gets an electric starter for the convenience of the rider. The motorcycle gets its braking done with the help of 110mm drum brakes that have been fitted at both ends. The Platina has been assisted with a 11-litre fuel tank and has a total kerb weight of 108 kgs.

Recently, the Pune based manufacturer has launched a new variant of the Bajaj Platina that offers LED Daytime Running Lights (DRLs) and some added features. Besides, the bike also gets a refreshed instrument cluster ​and ditches the outdated unit​, ​​thereby look​ing​ appealing. With the addition of DRLs, the motorcycle regains the headlamp ON/OFF switch that is now used to toggle between the main headlamp and the DRLs.

The Bajaj Platina 100 ComforTec is available for sale at the company’s dealerships across India at a starting price of Rs 46,976 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The motorcycle is being offered in two trims viz alloy and spoke wheels with two colour options to choose from i.e. Red and Black.

Price: Rs. 46,967