21 January 2013 ~ 95 Comments

Best 150cc Bike In India 2012/2013

We have already reviewed most of the popular 150cc bikes in India. It’s now time for us to consolidate them all and put them up in one piece where you can know which of the bikes stands where in terms of performance, mileage and price. If you want to read the reviews of each of these bikes separately, you can view them by clicking here.


Let us compare the most important specifications to get a feel of where things are going. The bikes are ranked in order of power.

Rank, Bike, Power, Torque, Official Mileage
1., Honda CBR 150R, 17.8 PS, 12.66 Nm, —
2., Yamaha YZF-R15, 17 PS, 15 Nm, 46.93 kmpl
3., TVS Apache RTR 160, 15.2 PS, 13.1 Nm, 54 kmpl
4., Bajaj Pulsar, 15.06 PS, 12.5 Nm, 64 kmpl
5., Hero Xtreme, 14.4 PS, 12.80 Nm, 65.1 kmpl
6., Hero Hunk, 14.4 PS, 12.80 Nm, 65.1 kmpl
7., Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler, 14 PS, 12.8 Nm, 60 kmpl
8., Yamaha FZ 16, 14 PS, 13.6 Nm, 50.81 kmpl
9., Suzuki GS150R, 13.8 PS, 13.4 Nm, 55.7 kmpl
10., Hero Achiever, 13.5 PS, 12.8 Nm, 68 kmpl
11., Bajaj Discover, 13 PS, 12.75 Nm, 72.3 kmpl
12., Yamaha SZ-X, 12.1 PS, 12.8 Nm, 62.4 kmpl

So from the list of bikes that we have compared, the Honda CBR150R has the highest power. However, if you are also looking at a bike in the budget range, you should pick one that offers great mileage and comes available at a decent price. In that case, Bajaj Discover has the highest official claim for mileage among all the bikes that we have compared.

City Mileage Comparison

If there is one thing that I have learned since I started the blog, it is that the real world mileages are hardly anywhere close to those claimed by the company. Bikes that claim amazing mileages sometimes are pretty par if not worse than competition when it comes to real world mileages. So keeping that in mind, let us do a side-by-side comparison of the city mileages based on the average numbers reported by the various automobile blogs and customers.

Rank, Bike, Average City Mileage (kmpl)
1., Bajaj Discover 150, 54.0
2., Hero Achiever, 52.7
3., Yamaha SZ-x, 50.7
4., Hero Hunk, 50.7
5., Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler, 50.3
6., Suzuki GS 150R, 50
7., Bajaj Pulsar 150, 49.3
8., TVS Apache RTR 160, 48.4
9., Hero Xtreme, 47.8
10., Honda CBR 150R, 42.8
11., Yamaha FZ16, 39.6
12., Yamaha YZF-R15, 38.2

The above averages were calculated based on reports from some of the most popular online automobile destinations like BikeAdvice.in, MaxAbout, IndiaGarage, MotorBeam, Overdrive, BikeDekho and Gaadi.com. Besides, we also considered the customer reports from websites like MouthShut and Olx.

So if you look at this, the Bajaj Discover 150 is a clear winner with an average reported mileage of 54 kmpl – that’s an additional 2.3 kilometers for every liter of petrol as delivered by the second best that’s Hero Achiever. You will also notice that bikes that hog the bottom rung of the ladder in terms of power offered are also the ones that deliver the maximum mileage.

Here are some take-aways from the analysis of the two tables:

1. Bajaj Discover is THE bike for the budget conscious. It is not great from a power perspective, but is really the best in class for mileage.

2. Hero Hunk is a decent deal to go for. It ranks 6 out of 12 bikes on power (a couple of those ranking above are in the 1 lakh rupees price range!) while it ranks 4th in terms of mileage.

3. Bajaj Pulsar is in a similar position as the Hunk, except a bit lower. It ranks 4th in terms of power (again two bikes higher up are in the 1 lakh rupees price range) and 7th in terms of mileage.

So here’s the bottomline: If you are looking for power over mileage, it is Pulsar. If you are looking for power and mileage, it is Hunk. And if you are looking simply for mileage, it is Bajaj Discover 150.

Is there some other inference you could make from the tables above? Please do mention them in the comments. I would be glad to add them to the pointers above.

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95 Responses to “Best 150cc Bike In India 2012/2013”

  1. Sudip 25 February 2013 at 6:02 pm Permalink

    I Would go for Bajaj Pulsar 150..

    • Rohit 1 September 2014 at 5:43 pm Permalink

      Bajaj pulsar controlling capacity less then Yamaha byke (if u buy a bajaj pulsar your Actident Chance’s 70% and you buy Yamaha your actident chance’s 30%)

  2. kamal 30 March 2013 at 11:10 pm Permalink

    dear,mileage guru,

    plz let me assist with decent bike in respect of mileage,power and comfort.
    bcozz i hv to drive 80-100 kms daily.
    my prefrnce is apache rtr 180 but i am confused with its comfyness .

    kindly assist if possibe

    • abhay 10 June 2013 at 3:43 am Permalink

      According to ur requirement i think hunk is best choice for u…..as per mileage and power and also comfort concern. As its of hero motocorp bike so less maintaince cost in long run.its body and looks are also too great.but this bike is designed for tall guys so if u r a short guy you can go for apache rtr 160/180 but apache mileage is less than hunk.

    • Muttu 4 July 2014 at 3:25 pm Permalink

      Dear sir I want to buy 150cc bike which is the best in mileage(50) with abs and front-rear disc breaks. Please suggest. I am planning Hero-Xtreme, Hunk, Pulsar, Unicorn.

      Thank you.

  3. irshadh 10 April 2013 at 3:30 am Permalink

    what about bajaj platina 125cc?

  4. rajesh kumar 14 April 2013 at 12:38 pm Permalink

    Hello i want a best bike which is best for indian roads . I want advice which
    bike has good milage, with good power, strong body, good pickup,
    Heavy duty running capacity, less maintaince cost in long run. Reasonable price,
    Becz.. My requirement is to run bike 100-200 km
    3 to 4 times in a week. So plz advice me as soon as
    possible. Thank you !!

    • abhay 23 May 2013 at 7:47 am Permalink

      According to ur requirement i think hunk is best choice for u…..as per mileage and power concern. As its of hero motocorp bike so less maintaince cost in long run.its body and looks are also too great.but this bike is designed for tall guys so if u r a short guy you can go for apache rtr 160 but apache mileage is less than hunk.

      • prashant 3 April 2015 at 6:20 am Permalink

        Honda unicorn is best bikes .

  5. Vijay 20 April 2013 at 11:58 am Permalink

    Hi Rajesh,

    Go for Fazer 153cc
    Good Pickup,
    Good Milage,
    Sports Look,
    Overall awesome bike in 89000 on road……

    Go for yamaha….

    • A B A 12 October 2014 at 12:35 pm Permalink

      Hai Vijay

      I agree with u ragarding Yamaha Fazer in terms of Looks and Pickup.Its great for both.But u cannot get a mileage greater than 35 kmpl in city howfar u ride in economy.Bcoz i`m using my friend`s Fazer for past 3 months.

  6. Arjun Ajith 21 April 2013 at 11:16 am Permalink

    R 15 is the best if u didnt look for money..
    Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler is the best if look for money

  7. santosh 21 April 2013 at 5:59 pm Permalink

    best bike doesnt necessarily mean price n mileage…it also means reasonable power,torque,mileage,price,looks,n above all refinement n efficiency…a bike with no refinement n with frequent maintenance issues is useless even if it has the best in class mileage or price… :)

  8. Shanker 23 April 2013 at 3:24 am Permalink

    Go for Suzuki GS 150R it best for long driver but compared to other 150cc bikes intial pickup is low in gs150r,but topspeed it will be the first.The main advantage is that it does not vibrate in top speed and it has good seating ergonomics.standard tyres,Overall best bike to buy. I recomond this bike.Better take a test ride of this bike.

    • Siddharth 29 April 2014 at 3:47 pm Permalink

      Hello Shankar
      I’m planning on buying this bike.Can you please tell me the mileage given by this bike in city and on highways?

    • A B A 12 October 2014 at 12:42 pm Permalink

      I agree with u.One of my friend having white Suzuki Gs 150 R says he gets upto 65kmpl mileage.Though I dont believe it completely I can say u will get a mileage of 55+.Since it has 6 gears initial pickup will be low , but after 60 kmph speed it has got great pickup and u will get good control since it wont vibrate.U can get a top speed of 132+ in highways.It has dual modes power mode and economy mode with the former u may get upto 42kmpl mileage and with the latter u may get upto 56 kmpl mileage.

      Reply and reviews are Welcome.

  9. Karthik 7 May 2013 at 5:26 am Permalink

    Hai frndz….
    I am a college 3rd year student from Tamil Nadu . Now I am plan to buy a new bike in 150 segment .. I need a good look, mileage , and onroad price RS 80000 and not more than that..
    In my mind I have some bikes that are
    1. Apache rtr 160 hyper edge 2012 model.
    2. Pulsar 150 cc dtsi
    This two are the bikes are in my mind
    Or I go for any other bikes
    But I need an mileage of 48 to 50+ kmpl
    Plse suggest me a good bike

    • kamalesh 8 May 2013 at 5:48 am Permalink

      go for hero hunk,though its a little bit costly but comes under your bugdet,besides it requires cheap mantainence compare to others,mileage around 50,i have pulsar150 for 1 year.there is a chain problem with bajaj & also i had to replace my clutch plate & its cost me around 1600.so u can understand,& also out of every 5 bikes there r atleast 3 plusar,so hunk is combination of power & mileage.apache doesn’t go beyond 40 though its powerful but i suggest go for the beast

      • Karthik 10 May 2013 at 1:14 pm Permalink

        Hai kamalesh…,
        Thnk u for ur suggestion…it’s informative and u told that apache doesn’t go beyond 40kmpl but my frnd using 2012 model apache rtr 160 hyperedge… The beast … But he got an mileage of 50kmpl

        • abhay 23 May 2013 at 7:57 am Permalink

          the official claim of apache rr 160 is 54kmpl so maximum it can give u 44kmpl mileage….but hunk 150 official mileage is 65kmpl so can easily get a mileage of 55+kmpl.

          • Shahbaj 7 July 2013 at 7:15 pm Permalink

            I have my own apache which gives me 50 average…its new apache beast 160

      • sandeep 25 October 2013 at 7:36 pm Permalink

        Dear Kamlesh

        I have owned a Pulsar 150 digital UG3 for the past 6 years and it doesn’t give me any problem at all. I just serviced it on time after 2500 kilometers. So whichever bike you own, it totally depends on the way you ride it. Pulsar is without doubt the best 150cc segment bike and the second is Honda CB Unicorn; not the Dazzler.

  10. bharan 9 May 2013 at 7:47 am Permalink

    I Would like to say few words about it.people are different with diferent views.some like mileage bikes,some like smooth speed up to 70-80kmph with better mileage,if such bikes are not available in market they could adjust to either mileage or speed.present bikes speed is limitted to 50kmph for smooth running without heavy engine sound now we would observe with any bike while crossing speed of 60kmph.I am a owner of 125 ccbike it gives around 70kmpl.at begining it gave mileage of 86 kmpl with power petrol and 75kmpl with normal petrol.mileage mainly depends on servicing/mechanic and driving conditions and replacing of old parts with new parts.All companies particularly BAJAJ succeded in 100 and 125 cc segments in mileage aspect with speed limited to 48/52kmph.But they failed utterly in 150cc segments.they could not discover reasons for it.The main reason is heavy weight of 140kg and above.when mass of bike increases definitly its mileage comes down.140 &above kgs bike are necessary for persons who weighs 80 to 100 kgs.but what about people /students/officials who weighs 55 to 75 kgs.we know that bike of 110kg bike is suitable to drive at 75 -80kmph withput any problem when road is in good condition.I am not considered here sports or crazy boys as they thought diferently.So many mechanics advisedme honda unicorn is best for speed at 80kmph without much engine sound.but it is suitable for persons who weighs above 85kgs because it weighs above 140 kgs.Why dont the maker reduce the weight of bike and increase mileage as weght of 110kg is enough to run the bike at 75-80kmph and to full fill dreams of persons who weighs 55-70 kgs.My advises are 1)reduce the weght of 150 cc bikes to 110-113.2)Make the bike to run smoothly like car/corn at 75-80kmph.It is very danger to handle bike of 140 kgs at high speed 75-80kmph.So you consider people and make bikes for their body weights duly keeping mileage ,smooth engine sound at 75-80kmph.Now you are making bikes by keeping crazy boys in mind.You make diferent bikes for sports segment with that name as per sprts requirement but you should not mix them now on words.

    • TYAGI 10 June 2013 at 7:18 am Permalink

      I want suggestions and review about YAMAHA bikes SZ-R , SZ-RR, SZ-S..
      mileage ,performance, efficiency, Maintenance..

      please reply soon..

      Thanking you

    • Sk 30 June 2013 at 1:51 pm Permalink

      Brother, you seem to know quite a lot about bikes. On the other hand I am totally new in this sector. I am planning to buy a bike, but I am highly confused which one I should go with. I really liked your idea of weight to speed ratio of a bike. So I think you can help me out. I am a tall but lean and thin guy with height around 6ft and weight around 55kgs. My budget is around 80k, not more than that and I need a bike with good mileage around 50km/ltr, power, good braking and suspension, good looks ofcourse and reliable parts. Now, I know I am wanting too much in this prize but ‘yeh dil maange more’. If required, I am ready to do some modifications also. Please help me out.

  11. siva 9 May 2013 at 8:02 am Permalink

    which is best bike yamahafz16 or hero hunk in 2013

    • abhay 10 June 2013 at 3:39 am Permalink

      hero hunk 2013 as per mileage and realiblity concern …..and if u want only stylish looks go for yamaha as fz16 consumes lots of fuel and spare parts are also so costly

  12. BIKASH BURNWAL (dhanbad ) 10 May 2013 at 8:56 am Permalink

    Apache 160 cc is more powerfull than all a150 cc segment. And millege is too good . So go for new apache new beast 160 cc.

  13. srinivas 4 June 2013 at 11:39 am Permalink

    Pleqse suggest a bike have good performance, Mileage(40kmpl+), and stylish. price range around 80000rs

  14. Zaai shekh 5 June 2013 at 5:05 am Permalink

    Apache rtr 180 with abs is perfect

  15. ajay 13 June 2013 at 10:59 am Permalink

    Please suggest a bike which is stylish, comfortable and easy to maintain..? I have 3 bikes in my mind
    1. Honda CBR 150
    2. Bajaj KTM duke
    3. Yamaha FZ S

    Mileage is no concern I want just 40kmpl its just for city use.

    • Arjun 2 August 2013 at 2:09 pm Permalink

      cbr 150r is best because of its dohc engine(closed loop) burns only a specific amont of fuel.,low torque(12.6) to improve mileage…,gud comfort,better handling compared to r15 ,low accelearation but have top speed..,high power (17.8),due to medium weight(138kg) ,the bike will not shiver when riding above 90km/hr..,gud performance n engine(honda).,it is superb for long rides

      bajaj ktm duke & yamaha fzs have worst mileage ,but better pickup..than cbr..,riding smoothness is very low..,may shiver when riding above 70km/hr due to its low weight,suitable only in city conditions but lacks mileage

  16. Pradeep 15 June 2013 at 1:04 am Permalink

    i suggest for KTM duke 200. great naked look with appreciable pick n speed.fuel efficiency around 30 KMPL. if u need around 40 KMPL, u may opt for duke 125.

  17. Hardik 23 June 2013 at 5:17 pm Permalink

    plz suggest me best bike …from my short list…I don’t know much about bikes…and I have 2 travel 40 kms daily ..
    1) hero hunk
    2) yamaha fz
    3) suzuki gs 150 r
    plz plz reply ..thanks in advance :-)

  18. fargi 26 June 2013 at 11:37 am Permalink


    Please suggest me a good bike. I have following criteria
    1. Good Mileage
    2. Low/Average Maintenance Cost
    3. Not too heavy. (Should be able to pull for at least 2-3kms in case of petrol over or puncture)
    4. For daily use only (in traffic)
    5. Simple looks preferred (no stylish design)
    6. Top speed (no criteria. I won’t be racing with it)
    Price Range: Upto 60,000INR or max 80,000INR

    • Kishore 7 July 2013 at 3:34 am Permalink

      Hi Fargi,

      I’m also searching a bike as the same requirements if yours. As per my analysis and search I prefer to go for 125 CC bikes.

      I’m thinking on

      Hero Glamor which is giving a mileage of 65 in city roads.
      or Honda Shine which can give 60-65..

      I believe we need to consider resale value also. After 2-3 years if you want to sell the bike for any reason at least you should get a better return.

      Let me know your thoughts.


      • Subrahmanya Bhat 11 January 2014 at 10:29 am Permalink

        That’s informative! I was planning to get a new bike but was confused between between Pulsar 150 and Apache 160 newer model. So please suggest a better bike in the 150c range with a better mileage. Please reply asap. Help appreciated. Thank you

  19. Archit 28 June 2013 at 1:16 pm Permalink

    Sir, as you are suggesting more for Hunk it means something is in bike. I’m too addicted by its performance but i heard a lot about its comfort i.e. bike is very uncomfortable and it too bit behind the look than Pulsar and Apache or FZ. So, please suggest me to go for it or not.

  20. Dinesh 28 June 2013 at 5:19 pm Permalink

    Hi! I have planned to buy a bike within a range of 55-75k. My requirements are good looks and Good mileage. I’m confused between Hunk,pulsar 150,yamaha sz-r. Which bike should I go for? How about selecting Discover 125 ST. Will it be good

  21. jebzy... 30 June 2013 at 4:08 pm Permalink

    please suggest me a good and best bike.. my height is 164 . I need a bike stylish, good performance, comfortable and good mileage.. in cost max Rs 80,000 …
    To have a bike is my great dream… so please help me

  22. mithun 1 July 2013 at 12:52 pm Permalink

    I am planning to Buy 150cc bike, please suggest should I got for Honda, Bajaj.
    My requirement is with good Mileage and good performance.
    I am thinking for Buy Honda CB Trigger 150 cc please suggest

  23. HVM 10 July 2013 at 11:17 am Permalink

    Please suggest me a bike which would go at 95kmph within 5 or 6 seconds…..it should be comfortable for long riding too and average should be around 40kmpl…i already have pulsar 180,honda cbr 150r,hero honda cbz extreme….but these all have their own drawbacks like bad power output,low mileage,heavy weight…so please suggest me an option that would be really great!!!!

  24. Anandha Saravanan 15 July 2013 at 9:13 am Permalink

    Hero Hunk is best in all aspects. Best mileage, muscle look and amazing pick up than other bikes…Having it for 3 years and I have never been dissatisfied with it in anyway. It’s really a solid machine on road.

  25. karan 16 July 2013 at 6:28 pm Permalink

    What is your view about the Apache spare parts? Some people told me after riding Apache for 1 year, it needs a lot of maintenance and this is a money-wasted bike.

  26. tarik 17 July 2013 at 10:39 am Permalink

    guys …what do you think about honda trigger…i want to buy this bike..i want to know what are the poor side off this bike?

  27. vishnu vikuni 22 July 2013 at 7:27 pm Permalink

    what about honda cbr 150 ? please give me the positives and negatives of this bike..

  28. anil 25 July 2013 at 4:30 pm Permalink

    I’m from Kerala , my height 5″3 , anybody please suggest for a suitable 150 cc bike for me, which has good mileage , value for money and resale value.

    with regards,

  29. Harsh 26 July 2013 at 10:22 am Permalink

    Hey i want to buy a bike having 150cc and have thought about bajaj pulsar 150 but i want to know its perfect mileage

  30. Raj Kumar 31 July 2013 at 3:06 pm Permalink

    I want to purchase a bike. I have gone through internet reviews and websites of each bike, e.g. hero moto, honda, yamaha. I have my choice as Hero passion xpro. Please advice me about this bike. I have to travel maximum of 20 km daily. I have no concern about mileage. But riding should be comfortable and safe. Please tell me pros and cons of Hero passion xpro?
    I am not thinking of purchasing Hero super splendor, Hero splendor plus also, but guide me how are these bike compared with Hero’s passion xpro.
    I shall be waiting for your advice before buying in next 7-10 days.

  31. sid 5 August 2013 at 8:21 am Permalink

    the honda stunner bike is not mentioned here.
    i want review of this bike

  32. Gourav 2 September 2013 at 6:41 pm Permalink

    I am totally confused…pls help me Out…which is better
    1. HERO CBZ Xtreme
    2. Tvs Apache 160 beast
    3. Hero Hunk

  33. Sarat 4 September 2013 at 3:16 am Permalink

    Hi Friends ,
    Please help me,How is new hero xtreme
    I’m totally confused with xtreme, FZ and Trigger – which one is the best? Please suggest me.

    • A4K7 18 October 2013 at 3:24 pm Permalink

      Just don’t go for Hero Xtreme as it hasn’t got anything that’s “extreme” from the time Honda left Hero :(
      The engine performance is not that good as well due to the demise of Honda engines from all Hero bikes. Moreover, many issues have surfaced regarding the ride quality (Do a little survey around and u will find out the truth)

      Now it gets crystal clear … everything depends on the mileage
      1. If you are too bothered about your wallet and want a good mileage – go for Trigger (I won’t just because Trigger lacks the macho look if you know what I mean)
      2. If you don’t care about mileage – go for FZ (which happened in my case and I am totally happy with my decision to go for FZ :) :) :))

  34. ganesh 20 September 2013 at 7:07 pm Permalink

    Hi, I am planning to buy a bike from these. Please suggest the best

    1. CBR 150
    2. Karizma R
    3. FZ-S
    4. Fazer
    5. Hunk
    6. Shine
    7. Unicorn

    I am expecting 50 plus kmpl and a good performance

    • A4K7 18 October 2013 at 3:11 pm Permalink

      Dude, seriously !!!
      How in hell could you even think of including the names of bikes such as FZ, Fazer, CBR150 in your list and expect mileage of 50 kmpl :)
      That’s completely absurd and ridiculous “?#$%^&?”

      Anyways, Shine would be the best for for you son and that’s the bottomline because I said so!

      • A B A 12 October 2014 at 12:26 pm Permalink

        Hai Ganesh

        I dont have much idea about this sector.But 1 thing I can tell u is as the bike becomes heavy it would definitely lack mileage.Since u really want 50+ kmpl mileage I will suggest for CB Shine . I would have suggested u Unicorn but recently some of my friends who have unicorn says different mileage.I hav heard different ranges like 37-40 , 40-45 , 46/47 etc…Also It is not good for bad condition roads.But For highways Unicorn is always the best in comfort.

  35. Tej Kiran 13 October 2013 at 5:37 pm Permalink


    Please suggest a good bike to me. I have the following criteria in decreasing order of priority. (good if it meets top 3)
    1. Stylish look
    2. Good mileage
    2. Low/average maintenance cost
    3. Not too heavy
    4. For daily use mostly (in traffic)
    5. Had bad experiences with speeding earlier, so looking for normal pickup and speed. I am not going to cross 60.

    I am looking for a bike in price range not exceeding 75K

    • A4K7 18 October 2013 at 3:15 pm Permalink

      I would suggest you to go for Honda Trigger as it basically has all that you need and by the way, trust me when I say that “Honda delivers!”

  36. Tej Kiran 13 October 2013 at 5:41 pm Permalink

    One addition to the above point. Looking for a decent enough seat for pillion as well without compromising on style.

  37. manas 28 October 2013 at 12:47 pm Permalink

    What about Honda trigger???????

  38. pk 1 November 2013 at 12:51 pm Permalink

    Hello, I plan to buy a bike but I’m confused about which bike is best for me.

    1 CB Trigger
    2 Apache RTR 160
    3 FZS

    My requirements : Good mileage, stylish looks, low seat height etc. Please suggest

    • A4K7 12 November 2013 at 1:56 pm Permalink

      If 40 kmpl is good enough for you, then FZS is the best in its class of 150cc bikes. Else CB trigger would be my choice given the circumstances.

      • Ashok 25 November 2013 at 4:18 am Permalink

        I want to buy CBR 150R. I know its advantages like power, style, comfort, etc. I do not know much about its disadvantages. Please help me. Also, if anyone is having this bike please tell the mileage you are seeing.

  39. Krish 18 November 2013 at 7:30 am Permalink

    [URGENT] I need help deciding which bike to buy. P150 or Apache RTR 160 or Apache 180 ABS. I have to travel 30-50 km a day and need a decent mileage of 40-45 kmpl along with safety and comfort.

    • Krish 22 November 2013 at 8:24 am Permalink


      I need help deciding which bike to buy. P150 or Apache RTR 160 or Apache 180 ABS. I have to travel 30-50 km a day and need a decent mileage of 40-45 kmpl along with comfort and safety. I will be buying at the end of this month. (That is within in 1 and 1/2 weeks). Please give suggestions. How much mileage does Apache 180 ABS give?

  40. kapil yogi 21 November 2013 at 7:07 pm Permalink

    Hello, I plan to buy a bike but I’m confused about which bike is best for me.

    1 CB Trigger
    2 Apache RTR 160
    3 pulser 150

    My requirements : Good mileage, stylish looks, low seat height etc. Please suggest

  41. Raja 26 November 2013 at 10:18 am Permalink

    What is the milege of yamaha sz-r when driving at the speed of 70 to 80?

  42. Raja 26 November 2013 at 10:20 am Permalink

    What is the milege of yamaha sz-r when driving at the speed of 70 to 80?
    And I also want.city milege

  43. soniya 28 November 2013 at 8:13 am Permalink

    Hi friends, I want to purchase Scooty Street. So please give me a solution to this. Can I purchase this or not.?

  44. Pankaj 2 December 2013 at 8:23 am Permalink


    I am working as a sales engineer. I used to travel 80-100 Kms everyday. I want to purchase a bike that will have a sporty look (125cc Or 150cc) and that gives a very good mileage.

    Please sugest bikes

  45. Guhesh 4 January 2014 at 5:18 am Permalink


    I’m looking for a 150cc bike with comfort, mileage and power. I’m 6 feet tall. Please suggest me with one. I have shortlisted

    1. Hunk
    2. Apache 160
    3. Pulsar 150

    I also need to know how is the performance of Pulsar 135LS

    Please reply

  46. Anwar 21 January 2014 at 7:27 am Permalink

    Hi Guru,

    I am planning to buy a bike in 150cc segment and well i am confused between 3 bikes:

    CBR 150
    R15 V2
    KTM Duke

    My requirements:
    Mileage of 40KMPL would do
    Comfort and performance

  47. Kiran P 30 April 2014 at 4:49 pm Permalink

    I am daily travelling 80 to 150km per day please suggest me bike better for.
    I my mind is pulser 150.
    Please I need your good suggestions!!?

  48. krishna 29 May 2014 at 7:09 am Permalink

    i need a bike in 150 cc and average mileage can be 50 and max 55 or 60 and i am tall height is 6.1 so please give a one idea for me please reply me now

  49. Muttu 4 July 2014 at 3:31 pm Permalink

    Dear sir, I am looking at the likes of Hero-Xtreme, Hunk, Pulsar and Unicorn. With mileage of 48-50+ with abs and front – rear disc breaks. Suggest any other bikes also. Waiting for your valuable reply.

    • A B A 12 October 2014 at 12:32 pm Permalink

      For ABS u can go for CBR or Apache RTR.But donot expect mileage in 48+ range.I would suggest u the following regarding a combination of mileage+power.

      1.Honda CB Unicorn
      2.Suzuki GS 150 R
      3.Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi
      4.Hero Hunk
      5.Bajaj Discover 150
      6.Honda CB Trigger

  50. SANU 16 July 2014 at 12:04 pm Permalink

    Hello there,

    Will you please help me out to chose a bike among Suzuki GS150R,Yamaha SZ-S/RR and HERO-HUNK. I need for office purpose and planning to buy next 10 days.


    anyone else for the same purpose. Budget is 60 to 75k

    Waiting for your valuable suggestion.

    Thank you.

  51. Satya 27 July 2014 at 10:46 am Permalink

    Are you blind…?

    You are talking about 150cc engines and you didn’t even posted Honda CB Unicorn standard model which has great mileage and performance….

    Reconsider above vehicles with it you will get a great difference…

  52. Anil 22 August 2014 at 8:53 pm Permalink

    I m going for Suzuki Gixxer 150. Wil u plz tell me abt its service n spare parts. Asl clear me about its pros n cons. Hope u ll help me out.
    waiting for ur reply…

  53. prateek 24 August 2014 at 10:35 am Permalink

    i agree. I have a gs 150r. I buy this becoz it has DNA of my fav sportsbike GSXR. and it is a bike technically way batter den others. smooth riding, milage 56 around.
    love my bike.
    Now i lernt one thing.
    Best selling bikes are nt always best bike.

  54. RAMAN 30 August 2014 at 2:59 pm Permalink

    i have to take a bike that is all round good,great mileage,the one which need less attention and have a stylish look…..maybe one of the following

    1)tvs star city(mileage 86 km/l)
    2)bajaj discover 150f(mileage 72 km/l)
    3)mahindra centuro N1(mileage 84km/l)

    but the main question arises that which one requires less maintenance….

  55. DEBA 6 September 2014 at 7:47 pm Permalink

    Hey Guys, I am a fan of speedy bikes cause I prefer to ride over 100kmph sometime. I have Pulsar-150 and i did drive it over 110 with 2 friends. And I will say it vibrates when I go above 90kmph. So I need to know about my next choice in 150cc circle and price around 75k.
    I need some quality information:
    1. Engine Smoothness
    2. Mileage
    3. Bike waits (facts of weight)
    4. Color and Comfort
    5. Handling even in edge or turning of a road

    Please, tell me keeping it in mind that some time i have to drive in off-road/outside city.I need some smart answer with clarity and I will be very thankful to You.

  56. bharat sharma 22 September 2014 at 9:37 am Permalink

    sir , pls suggest me ……… i m vry vry cnfused
    i m student in final year my height is 5.8′ and weight 65 i m lokng fr a bike in 150 segment …whch s stylish nd hvng good milage ……. i chose 3 bike ….. 1. pulsar150
    2. apache160 3.xtreme
    plz give ur suggstion so i cn cm out frm ths situation.

  57. rohan 31 October 2014 at 6:02 pm Permalink

    dear Admin.. i want to bay a bike bitwin 100cc to 150cc, duraplity, comfartnes and handaling is priority for me but minimum milage shuld be atlist 50 kmpl. pls sujest for me

  58. manish 12 January 2015 at 7:48 pm Permalink

    Hey frnds…. I want to buy 150 cc bike my choice is honda unicorn, trigger, hunk,and extreme

    I want good suspension, above 50 milage please suggest.

  59. sam 23 January 2015 at 9:20 am Permalink

    Honda cb trigger is best for you.

  60. sarif 9 June 2015 at 6:08 pm Permalink

    i want buy suzuki zixxer sf but i dont know how many days its will give me milage around 40 kmpl and it faired body to strong or not pls suggest me

  61. esaiarasan gmail 18 July 2015 at 11:20 am Permalink

    Sir I want buy in 150…..160 cc bike purchase in 2 days so which one best bike purchase. I am listed Hero hunk ,apache rtr 160,pulser 150l must

  62. Mangal 16 September 2015 at 10:32 am Permalink

    Sir plz kindly suggest me about Yamaha sz RR v2.0.is this bike has low maintainance cost and overall how this bike is.I want great milega with 60 kmpl with powerful engine

  63. Mangal 16 September 2015 at 10:34 am Permalink

    Sir plz reply me quickly because i am willing to buy it as soon as possible.

  64. paras.,Haldwani uk 6 November 2015 at 6:16 am Permalink

    I want to buy a new bike ….
    Sporty, have good milage above 45, good looking, good pickup.. Etc…..
    Sir can you suggest me which bike is best for me…?

    • sankar 2 December 2015 at 9:48 am Permalink

      If you are driving under city conditions or twisty roads go for yamaha r15
      In all other conditions go for CBR 150.

      Why you should purchase CBR150
      Bullet proof smooth engine, amazing reliability and quality
      Seating comfort for pillion and rider.
      I have owned this bike (2012 model). Achieved mileage upto 48kmpl)
      Less maintenance cost compared to R15.
      More topspeed : Max achieved 145kmph (level road), 152kmph ( Slope)
      Better engine sound.(Awesome beyond 8000 rpm.
      Better seating posion ( Not a sporty one, But very much appreciatd).
      Extreamly steady and well balanced construction. Probabily likable than R15)
      Good midrange and top end torque.
      Good for long travel.
      Revvy engine means more Excitement. 11,000 RPM is uheard in 150 cc range.
      Good resale value.

      Why you should purchase R15
      Superb handling
      Sporty Look (Far better than cbr, which in orange color looks like angry bird)
      Choice of colours are fabulous.
      Reliable (but less than CBR150)
      Sporty seating position (Good till your hands starts to ache, or till getting used to it)
      Good mileage ( My cousins V2 gave around 45kmpl)
      Good low-end and Midrange torque for good and clean acceleration. (Better than CBR 150)
      Good for low distance city riding.
      Happy to move even with a pillion rider.
      You think you need to destroy your butt by using the pillion seat, do gor it :;
      Rider seat is Really comfortable.
      Good breaking control
      Good resale value.
      You will smile when you launch it at 3000rpm.

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