Most popular Indian bikes For Reselling
Published On Jun 13, 2022 10:00 AM By InsuranceDekho
Most popular Indian Bikes For Reselling
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The Indian two-wheeler market always has something new to offer its customers. Factors such as exciting features, higher fuel economy (compared to four wheelers), better usability in tight lanes, and improved maneuverability through traffic make bikes a desirable purchase.
However, it is quite common for bike owners to opt to sell their two-wheeler in the pursuit of a better vehicle. As a seller, it is natural for you to want to sell at the highest possible price. That being said, it is important to be aware of the factors in play when looking to sell your bike. The resale price is dependent on factors like distance used, duration, frequency of servicing, and so on. However, as a part of this article, we hope to provide you with names of bikes that have the best resale value along with their features.
Below is a list of the top 5 best selling bikes-
1. Hero Splendor Plus
This is one of the best-selling bikes in India, in terms of volume. For folks looking to buy bikes with good mileage, this one is for you. In terms of the overall design and look, the bike maintains a clean design. It provides a comfortable ride in both a rural and an urban setting. Hence making it an immensely popular choice among middle-class Indians.
Engine capacity: 97.2cc
Mileage claimed: 81 km/L
Showroom price: ₹ 63,879 onwards
These features make it highly desirable even in the used bikes market.
2. Royal Enfeild Clasic 500 Cruiser
Although this bike has a higher price compared to the other bikes on this list, it is certainly a popular choice among the offerings of Royal Enfield. Although this bike has been discontinued since 2020, it has one of the best resale values in India.
Engine capacity: 499cc
Mileage claimed: 32 km/L
Showroom price: ₹ 1,78,000 (last recorded)
3. Honda CB Unicorn 150
This bike was the first to flaunt a mono-shock suspension in India. Although it has had a few aesthetic changes, its core design remained consistent. Due to its superior built and reliable engine, Honda CB Unicorn 150 has a relatively high resale value.
Engine capacity: 149.22cc
Mileage claimed: 60 km/L
Showroom price: ₹ 72,315 onwards
4. TVS Star City Plus
The newest edition of the TVS Star City Plus flaunts features like allow wheels, grills for side panels, stainless steel muffler guard, and more. Due to factors associated with both the aesthetics and reliability, this bike assures you a good resale value, given its price.
Engine capacity: 109cc
Mileage claimed: 86 km/L
Showroom price: ₹ 69,620 onwards
5. Hero Passion Pro i3s
Last, but definitely not least, we have the Hero Passion Pro i3s. With a perfect blend of pricing, aesthetics, and mileage, this bike gives you a good bang for your buck. Equipped with the i3s technology, this bike is as smooth as they come.
Engine capacity: 113.2cc
Mileage claimed: 84 km/L
Showroom price: ₹ 67,400 onwards
The resale value is highly correlated with factors such as the condition, the maintenance, and other aspects associated with the bike. Assuming ideal conditions, these bikes should definitely give you an edge when looking for a good resale value.
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