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Best Selling Bikes In India: List of Top 15 Top Selling Motorcycles in 2024

Team AckoApr 24, 2024

Buying a new bike can be exciting.

But with plenty of options available in the market, choosing the right two-wheeler can be daunting.

To help narrow down your search for a suitable bike, we have listed some of the best-selling bikes in India (based on popularity) with their features, specifications and prices.




Here is the list of top-selling bikes (motorcycles) in India based on popularity. Please note that the models are not ranked but listed.

Sl. No.

Name of some of the top-selling bikes in India

Price (ex-showroom Delhi)


Hero Xtreme 125R

Rs. 96,781 - Rs. 1,02,138


Royal Enfield Hunter 350

Rs. 1,49,900 - Rs. 1,74,430


TVS Raider

Rs. 97,054 - Rs. 1,06,573


Yamaha MT 15

Rs. 1,68,708 - Rs. 1,74,208


Honda SP 125

Rs. 86,747 - Rs. 91,298


Yamaha R15 V4

Rs. 1,82,856 - Rs. 1,98,530


Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Rs. 1,73,562 - Rs. 2,15,801


TVS Apache RTR 160

Rs. 1,19,981 - Rs. 1,26,781


Bajaj Pulsar RS 200

Rs. 1,71,783


Bajaj Pulsar NS 200

Rs. 1,42,055 - Rs. 1,50,686


Hero Splendor Plus Xtec

Rs. 79,703


TVS Ronin

Rs. 1,49,195 - Rs. 1,72,700


Honda Shine

Rs. 80,409 - Rs. 84,409


Yamaha FZ FI

Rs. 1,16,130


Bajaj Pulsar N160

Rs. 1,22,974 - Rs. 1,33,000 

Top 15 Highest Selling Bikes in India 

Here is our list of some of the top-selling bikes in India based on their popularity as of February 2024. 

1. Hero Xtreme 125R: Rs. 96,781 - Rs. 1,02,138

The Hero Xtreme 125R is a sporty 125cc commuter motorcycle offered by Hero MotoCorp. Priced from around Rs 97,000, it competes against bikes like the TVS Raider 125. The Xtreme 125R features an aggressive and muscular design with an LED headlamp and taillight. It's available in attractive colours like Firestorm Red, Cobalt Blue and Stallion Black. Powering the bike is a 125cc single cylinder fuel injected engine developing 11.5 bhp power and 10.5 Nm torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. With capable cycle parts like telescopic front forks and monoshock rear suspension, it promises good ride and handling. Safety is taken care of by means of front disc, rear drum brakes and single-channel ABS. Packed with features like full LED lighting, a digital instrument cluster, an engine cowl, and Bluetooth-enabled turn-by-turn navigation, the Xtreme 125R makes for a stylish and modern 125cc commuter.


Hero Xtreme 125R

  • Displacement - 124.7 cc

  • Max Power - 11.4 bhp @ 8,000 rpm

  • Max Torque - 10.5 Nm @ 6,500 rpm

  • Mileage - 55 kmpl

  • Top speed - 105 kmph

2. Royal Enfield Hunter 350: Rs. 1,49,900 - Rs. 1,74,430

Royal Enfield's latest offering - the Hunter 350 - is a retro-styled roadster available at a starting price of around Rs 1.5 lakh. It shares underpinnings with the Meteor 350 and draws power from the same 349cc single cylinder fuel injected engine, tuned to produce 20.2 bhp and 27 Nm torque. Mated to a 5-speed gearbox, this smooth and refined motor promises enjoyable performance. The bike features classic design elements like a round headlamp, teardrop fuel tank, and single-piece seat, which are available in attractive dual-tone colour options. Keeping up with the times, it offers modern hardware like telescopic front forks, twin rear shock absorbers and disc brakes on both wheels with single-channel ABS. Though minimalistic in terms of features, the comprehensive instrumentation adds to the retro appeal. For those seeking a machine high on nostalgia quotient without compromising on performance, the Hunter 350 fits the bill nicely.


Royal Enfield Hunter 350

  • Engine - 349 cc, single cylinder, air/oil cooled

  • Power - 20.2 bhp @ 6,100 rpm

  • Torque - 27 Nm @ 4,000 rpm

  • Mileage - 36 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 114 kmph

3. TVS Raider: Rs. 97,054 - Rs. 1,06,573

The sporty 125cc commuter Raider 125 is TVS Motor Company's answer to popular bikes like the Honda SP 125 and Hero Glamour. With aggressive styling accentuated by features like an LED headlamp, colour TFT display and distinctive styling elements, the bike looks as good as it performs. Drawing power from a 125cc fuel-injected engine that makes 11.2 bhp and 11.2 Nm torque, the Raider promises peppy performance and excellent mileage. With assured handling coming from telescopic forks upfront and mono-shock rear suspension, stiff chassis and petal disc brakes with CBS and sync braking tech, it also scores high on dynamics. Packed with first-in-segment features like Bluetooth-enabled fully digital instrument cluster, turn-by-turn navigation, and voice assist, the Raider 125 redefines the 125cc commuter motorcycling experience. Attractively priced approx. Rs 97,000 and onwards, this is one 125cc bike that is high in features, performance, and youthful styling.


TVS Raider:

  • Displacement - 124.8 cc

  • Max Power - 11.2 bhp @ 7,500 rpm

  • Max Torque - 11.2 Nm @ 6,000 rpm

  • Mileage - 67 kmpl

  • Top speed - 90 kmph

4. Yamaha MT 15: Rs. 1,68,708 - Rs. 1,74,208

The Yamaha MT15 V2 is the latest iteration of Yamaha's popular 155cc streetfighter, carrying a price tag of around Rs 1.7 lakh. It features aggressive naked styling with LED headlamps flanked by air ducts. Changes over the earlier version include a new Metallic Black colour option, traction control system and dual channel ABS for added safety. Powering the motorcycle is a 155cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine developing 18.1 bhp and 14.1 Nm of torque. With its streetfighter stance comprising wide handlebars and sculpted tanks, the MT15 promises nimble handling and addictive performance. The suspension setup consists of beefy upside-down front forks and a mono-shock rear damper to take on undulations with aplomb. The overall package, with its sharp styling, peppy and refined engine performance, surefooted handling and added electronics, make the MT15 V2 an appealing offering for riding enthusiasts looking for performance and value.


Yamaha MT 15

  • Engine - 155 cc, single cylinder

  • Power - 18.1 bhp @ 10,000 rpm

  • Torque - 14.1 Nm @ 7,500 rpm

  • Mileage - 45 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 136 kmph

5. Honda SP 125: Rs. 86,747 - Rs. 91,298

The Honda SP 125 is a no-nonsense 125cc premium bike from a Japanese manufacturer with a price tag of approximately Rs 86,000 onwards. With a refined and fuel-efficient 123cc engine, it promises class-leading performance coupled with Honda's legendary reliability. Subtle styling touches lending a premium appeal include chrome embellishments, a 3D Honda logo and sharp graphics. For the new model year, Honda has added Matte Axis Grey Metallic and Matte Marvel Blue colour schemes along with OBD2 compliance for real-time emissions monitoring. Adding to convenience are features like an engine start-stop switch, maintenance reminder and real-time fuel efficiency display. With capable telescopic front forks, twin rear shock absorbers and 130mm drum brakes augmented by CBS, the SP125 offers neutral handling and braking. For buyers looking for a refined 125cc commuter that delivers on performance while being easy on the pocket, the Honda SP 125 fits the bill rather well.


Honda SP 125

  • Displacement - 124 cc

  • Max Power - 10.72 bhp @ 7,500 rpm

  • Max Torque - 10.9 Nm @ 6,000 rpm

  • Mileage - 65 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 95 kmph

6. Yamaha R15 V4: Rs. 1,82,856 - Rs. 1,98,530

The Yamaha R15 V4 is the 4th generation iteration of the R15 series, carrying a price tag upwards of Rs 1.8 lakh. As before, it carries the R15 lineage of supersport styling and focuses on performance. For 2024, the R15M variant gains a more premium colour TFT instrument cluster and LED turn indicators, while the standard variant receives new colour options. Both continue to be powered by the tried and tested 155cc liquid-cooled engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox and producing 18.1 bhp power and 14.2 Nm torque. With its committed riding position, communicating chassis and sticky wide tyres, the R15V4 promises scintillating performance around twisties. Adding to rider confidence is premium hardware comprising inverted front forks, a mono shock unit and radial tyres along with dual-channel ABS and traction control. Overall, the R15V4 offers the perfect package for budding enthusiasts with its track-ready capabilities coupled with everyday practicality.


Yamaha R15 V4

  • Engine - 155cc, single cylinder

  • Power - 18.1 bhp @ 10,000rpm

  • Torque - 14.2Nm @ 7,500rpm

  • Mileage - 48 kmpl

  • Top speed - 135 kmph

7. Royal Enfield Bullet 350: Rs. 1,73,562 - Rs. 2,15,801

The 2024 Royal Enfield Bullet 350 represents an overhaul for this iconic model, which is priced at around Rs 1.75 lakh onwards. Retaining the quintessential Bullet design and appeal, the bike moves to a new J platform borrowed from the Classic 350 and Meteor 350 models. Consequently, power now comes from the modern 349cc single cylinder fuel injected engine good for 20 bhp and 27 Nm torque while meeting the latest emission norms. The timeless Bullet styling remains, but it now rides on more capable cycle parts and promises better reliability as well. Available in factory-customised variants with colour-coordinated panels and chrome touches, the 2024 Bullet allows one to own an icon which is more in tune with modern times. For Royal Enfield loyalists as well as new customers seeking that classic appeal, the Bullet 350 delivers substance along with nostalgia.


Royal Enfield Bullet 350

  • Displacement - 349 cc

  • Max Power - 20.2 bhp @ 6,100 rpm

  • Max Torque - 27 Nm @ 4000 rpm

  • Mileage - 35 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 120 kmph

8. TVS Apache RTR 160: Rs. 1,19,981 - Rs. 1,26,781

The TVS Apache RTR 160 represents the Hosur-based manufacturer's offering in the hotly contested 160cc motorcycle category, carrying a price tag starting at Rs 1.2 lakh. For 2024, the bike will receive styling, performance and equipment upgrades to make it more competitive. The 159cc fuel-injected engine now makes 15.8 bhp power and 13. 85 Nm torque, promising better acceleration. New features include an LED headlamp, digital instrument cluster, three riding modes and SmartXonnect technology with voice assist and call alerts. The bike also benefits from a wider 120-section rear tyre, and revised styling touches, lending a sharper and more aggressive look. With its strong performance, attractive pricing and a long list of modern features, the 2024 TVS Apache RTR 160 makes a strong case for itself as an appealing 160cc performance bike.


TVS Apache RTR 160

  • Engine - 159.7 cc, single cylinder

  • Power - 15.8 bhp @ 8,750 rpm

  • Torque - 13.85 Nm @ 7,000 rpm

  • Mileage - 45 kmpl

  • Top speed - 114 kmph

9. Bajaj Pulsar RS 200: Rs. 1,71,783

The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is the flagship fully faired model in the Pulsar lineup, carrying a sticker price of approx Rs 1.7 lakh. Drawing power from a refined 200cc triple spark engine, the motorcycle promises scintillating performance - the fastest Pulsar yet, as Bajaj claims. The aggressive styling sets it apart from the crowd with features like twin projector headlamps and a neatly designed muffler. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the liquid-cooled motor generates 24 bhp power and 18.7 Nm torque, enabling effortless cruising capabilities aided by an aerodynamic fairing. Capable cycle parts comprising perimeter frame chassis, telescopic front forks and gas-charged mono-shock unit lend the RS200 sharp dynamics and handling. With premium features like dual channel ABS and a multifunctional instrument console further adding to its appeal, the Pulsar RS200 delivers an intoxicating performance package for the enthusiast.


Bajaj Pulsar RS 200

  • Displacement - 199.5 cc

  • Max Power - 24.2 bhp @ 9,750 rpm

  • Max Torque - 18.7 Nm @ 8,000 rpm

  • Mileage - 35 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 144 kmph

10. Bajaj Pulsar NS 200: Rs. 1,42,055 - Rs. 1,50,686

The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is an aggressively styled 200cc streetfighter motorcycle carrying a sticker price of approx Rs 1.45 lakh onwards. Drawing power from a 199.5cc liquid-cooled engine, it churns out 24.1 bhp peak power mated to a smooth 6-speed gearbox. For 2024, Bajaj has endowed the bike with premium upside-down front forks and more effective dual-channel ABS for improved capability and safety. The NS200 impresses with its muscular styling enhanced by details like a chiselled tank, mono-shock rear suspension unit, and wolf-eyed headlamps. Stable handling comes courtesy of meaty chassis, grippy wide tyres and revised hardware. With its menacing looks, refined yet energetic motor and enhanced equipment list, the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 delivers scintillating performance in a value-packed package.


Bajaj Pulsar NS 200

  • Displacement: 199.5 cc

  • Max Power: 24.1 bhp @ 9,750 rpm

  • Max Torque: 18.7 Nm @ 8,000 rpm

  • Mileage: 40 kmpl

  • Top speed: 136 kmph

11. Hero Splendor Plus Xtec: Rs. 79,703

Hero MotoCorp has introduced a more premium variant of its popular 100cc commuter Splendor Plus in the form of the Xtec model. Priced at approx Rs 79,000, it receives styling and feature upgrades to increase its appeal. Visual enhancements come in the form of new colour schemes, decals, and 3D logos. Equipment highlights include the segment's first digital instrument cluster enabled with Bluetooth connectivity for call and message alerts. The trusty 97.2cc engine continues to deliver 8 bhp power and 8 Nm torque, promising class-leading fuel efficiency aided by Hero's i3S technology. Ride quality remains similar courtesy of conventional telescopic forks and twin shock absorbers along with drum brakes and combi braking. Offering the proven Splendor package augmented by modern styling and features, the Splendor Plus Xtec makes a strong case as an appealing entry-level commuter.


Hero Splendor Plus Xtec

  • Engine - 97.2 cc

  • Power - 7.9 bhp @ 8000 rpm

  • Torque - 8.05 Nm @ 6000 rpm

  • Mileage - 60 kmpl

  • Top speed - 90 kmph

12. TVS Ronin: Rs. 1,49,195 - Rs. 1,72,700

TVS Motor Company has entered the neo-retro segment with the unveiling of the new Ronin 225 priced at Rs 1.5 lakh onwards. Drawing power from a 225cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine, the motorcycle promises relaxed cruising courtesy output figures of 20 bhp and 19 Nm. The Ronin dazzles with neo-retro design cues like a circular LED headlamp, teardrop tank, chopped rear fender and stubby exhaust. Single-piece seats, alloy wheels, and USD front forks further enhance visual appeal. Packed with segment-first features like a TFT display instrument cluster, three riding modes and a voice assistant, the Ronin aims to deliver superior technological prowess, too. With its easygoing ergonomics, distinctive styling and relaxing performance, the Ronin ushers TVS into the neo-retro space currently populated by bikes like the Jawa and Honda H'Ness.


TVS Ronin

  • Displacement - 225cc, single cylinder

  • Max Power – 20 bhp @ 7,750 rpm

  • Max Torque – 19 Nm @ 3,750 rpm

  • Mileage – 45 kmpl

  • Top Speed – 120 kmph

13. Honda Shine: Rs. 80,409 - Rs. 84,409

The Honda CB Shine is an executive 125cc commuter bike positioned as a premium offering in Honda's motorcycle lineup. Available at a price of approx Rs 81,000 onwards, it has been India's best-selling 125cc bike for years owing to its fine balance of virtues. Subtle yet tasteful graphics, comfortable ergonomics, frugal and refined 124cc engine performance, positive handling dynamics and Honda's inherent reliability make the Shine a well-rounded package. For 2024, it receives minor updates in the form of new colour options and OBD2 compliance for emissions monitoring. Already featuring CBS, combi braking further bolsters safety credentials. With its time-tested formula of melding functional performance with simplicity and quality, the 2024 CB Shine remains the benchmark 125cc commuter bike for the discerning buyer.


Honda Shine

  • Displacement - 124 cc

  • Max Power - 10.59 bhp @ 7500 rpm

  • Max Torque - 11 Nm @ 5500 rpm

  • Mileage - 60 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 95 kmph

14. Yamaha FZ FI: Rs. 1,16,130

The Yamaha FZ FI series represents the Japanese bikemaker's offering in the hotly contested 150cc motorcycle segment. Updated for 2024, the motorcycle is priced at approx Rs 1.16 lakh and is targeted at young buyers seeking an exciting blend of style and performance. The 149cc fuel injected engine makes 12 bhp power and 13 Nm torque, enabling peppy performance. With radical styling comprising a fierce face, split seat design and fat radial rear tyre, the bike has immense youth appeal backed by thrilling dynamics. New features for 2021 include side stand engine cut-off and new colour schemes lending greater freshness. With its signature muscular and athletic design, energetic motor and value-focused pricing, the 2021 Yamaha FZ FI continues to make a strong case for itself as a stylish 150cc streetfighter.


Yamaha FZ FI

  • Engine - 149 cc, air cooled

  • Max Power - 12.2 bhp @ 7250 rpm

  • Max Torque - 13.3 Nm @ 5500 rpm

  • Mileage - 40 kmpl

  • Top Speed - 107 kmph

15. Bajaj Pulsar N160: Rs. 1,22,974 - Rs. 1,33,000

Slotted between the Pulsar 150 and 180F, the Bajaj Pulsar N160 is the newest member of the Pulsar franchise, carrying a sticker price upwards of Rs 1.23 lakh. It borrows design and styling heavily from the bigger Pulsar N250 with details like wolf-eyed LED projector headlamps, chiselled fuel tank panels and step-up seats. Powering the bike is a 165cc oil-cooled engine churning out 15 bhp power and 14 Nm torque, enabling spirited performance. Key features include a digital console, USB mobile charging port and 300mm front disc augmented by single or dual-channel ABS. With sporty ergonomics, muscular styling and energetic motor performance aided by modern features, the Bajaj Pulsar N160 promises to be an exciting addition to the highly competitive 160cc performance category.


Bajaj Pulsar N160 Key Features and Specifications

  • Displacement: 164.82 cc

  • Max Power: 15.68 bhp @ 8750 rpm

  • Max Torque: 14.65 Nm @ 6750 rpm

  • Mileage - ARAI: 51.6 kmpl

  • Mileage - 45 kmpl

  • Riding Range: 630 Km

  • Top Speed: 120 Kmph

Frequently asked questions

Here are answers to some common questions about top-selling bikes in India.


Which is the best mileage bike in India currently?

The Hero Splendor Plus and the Honda Shine offer the best mileage of around 80 km and 70 km, respectively, in India currently.

Which 150cc bike is the most popular in India?

The Yamaha FZ FI is currently one of the highest-selling 150cc bikes in India.

What is the price range for the Bullet 350 models?

The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 price ranges from Rs 1.73 lakh to Rs 2.15 lakh ex-showroom.

Does the TVS Raider feature Bluetooth connectivity?

Yes, the TVS Raider features first-in-segment Bluetooth connectivity through its SmartXonnect system.

What colours is the Hero Xtreme 125R offered in?

The Hero Xtreme 125R is available in attractive colours like Firestorm Red, Cobalt Blue and Stallion Black.

What is the engine displacement of the Yamaha MT-15?

The Yamaha MT15 is powered by a 155cc, liquid-cooled engine.

Does the Honda SP125 feature ABS?

No, the Honda SP125 doesn't feature ABS but has a combined braking system (CBS) for added safety.

What is the seat configuration in the Royal Enfield Hunter 350?

The Royal Enfield Hunter 350 features a classic single-piece seat, adding to the overall retro styling.

Which bike has the most electronic rider aids?

The Yamaha R15 V4 and MT15 have the most electronics covering traction control, ABS and Bluetooth connectivity.

Is the Hero Splendor Plus Xtec i3s cheaper than the standard Splendor?

Yes, the Hero Splendor Plus Xtec i3s variant is cheaper, priced at Rs 79,703 ex-showroom.

What is the engine capacity and power of the new TVS Ronin?

The 2024 TVS Ronin 225 features a 225cc, single-cylinder engine developing 20bhp maximum power.

Which 150cc bike has the most aggressive styling?

The Yamaha MT15 flaunts the sharpest naked sporty styling in the 150cc segment.

What are the mileage figures for Bajaj Pulsar NS200?

The ARAI-certified mileage for Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is 40 kmpl.

Does the 2024 Honda CB Shine feature dual-channel ABS?

No, the updated 2024 CB Shine still comes equipped with combi braking for added safety.

What is the price range of Bajaj Pulsar N160?

The Bajaj Pulsar N160 price ranges between Rs 1.23 lakh to Rs 1.33 lakh ex-showroom.

Disclaimer: The content on this page is generic and shared only for informational and explanatory purposes. It is based on industry experience and several secondary sources on the internet; and is subject to changes.

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