1: TVS Apache RTR 160 4v- The recently launched motorcycle from TVS is making the noise for all the right reasons. It is a lightweight naked bike with serious performance. It is powered by a 159.7 cc Fuel injected 4-valve single cylinder engine. It is air+oil-cooled and produces 16.8 PS of power at @8000 RPM and 14.8 NM of torque @6500 RPM. The bike's engine is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. The bike features an all-new Synchro stiff split chassis and Race spec SHOWA suspensions. This new Apache is built around the Draken concept which epitomizes the agile and naked character of the bike. The ex-showroom price of TVS Apache RTR 160 4v is Rs 96,699.
2: Yamaha FZ 2.0- It probably is the most affordable Fuel injected bike in the market. With a price tag of Rs 83,042, Yamaha FZ 2.0 is a fantastic value for money motorcycle. The second iteration of the original street fighter features a 149 cc fuel injected 2-valve air cooled engine with SOHC setup. It produces 12.9 BHP @8000 RPM and 12.8 Nm of torque @6000 RPM. The engine is paired with a 5-speed super-slick gearbox. The bike features enough performance to easily commute within the city but not enough to cruise on the highway. On the plus side, it returns a fuel economy of around 50 km/l.
3: Suzuki Gixxer SF It is the most affordable fully faired fuel injected bike in India. It features a 154.9 cc air cooled 2-valve fuel injected power plant which produces 14.6 BHP of power @ 8000 RPM and 14 NM of torque @6000 RPM. The performance of the bike is punchy in low and mid-range which makes it a great city bike. The fuel injection provides a mileage figure of around 50 km/l which is more than enough for any type of use. The added fairing also provides good protection on the highway or whatever you’re trying to ride at triple-digit speeds. The ex-showroom price of Gixxer Sf Fi is Rs 94,205.
4: TVS Apache RTR 200 4V- Another Draken concept based TVS bike made our list due to its efficient ABS. The Apache RTR 200 4V is a naked motorcycle which features a 197.73 cc 4-valve Single cylinder fuel injected engine. It produces 21 PS of power @ 8500 RPM and 18.1 NM of torque @7000 RPM. The throttle response of this version over the carb one is fairly superior. The instant acceleration of the bike is redefined with jerk-less low down torque and smooth delivery up top. The main body design and the chassis on both the 160 and this model remains the same. Only in the place of the straight handlebar, we now have a clip-on and instead of a single seat, we have a split-setup. The ex-showroom price of Apache RTR 200 4v is Rs 1,08,385.
5: Yamaha FZ 25- After the success of FZ 2.0, Yamaha India entered the 250 cc market with their FZ 25. The newest addition to the series, FZ-25 featured a 249 cc air+oil cooled 2-valve liquid cooled engine which produces 20.9 PS of power @ 8000 RPM and 20 NM of torque @ 6000 RPM. It is paired with a 5-speed gearbox. Unlike its younger sibling, the FZ 25 has a lot of torque throughout the rev-range. It glides through traffic with ease and reaches its top speed very quickly. Even with such a performance, it manages to deliver a good mileage figure of around 45 km/l. The ex-showroom price of Yamaha FZ 25 is Rs 1.19 lakh.
These are the most affordable fuel-injected motorcycles in our market. Pick any one of these and you will never run out of fuel or performance. For everything related to motorcycles, stay tuned to BikesMedia.
By: Yetnesh Dubey