This list of all the ₹3 Lakh Motorcycles in India comprises of models from as many as five different genres…
The magnitude of how the Indian motorcycle market has evolved in the last few years can be gauged by the number of options we now have in the 1.5 Lakh to 3 Lakh price range. You name a genre of motorcycle – classic, ADV, streetfighter, sportster, cruiser etc and you have it.
A price point of Rs 3 Lakh can be considered as an appropriate starting point into the entry level sports motorcycles in India. So, let us list all your options if you are considering getting a Rs 2.50-3.50 Lakh motorcycle in India. We are listing the motorcycles based on the different genres. This will serve as a ready reckoner for all of you considering entering the sports motorcycles league…
India’s growing penchant towards adventure motorcycles has got us two very capable products in this segment – G310 GS and 390 Adventure.
Streetfighters or roadsters are the most versatile machines and are considered great buys among bikers who have a mixed riding style. We have the extremely popular and the most powerful 390 Duke apart from Honda CB300R, BMW G310R and the Benelli TNT 300 in the market. And if you are done with singles, you can also get the twin cylinder Interceptor 650 which is the largest capacity motorcycle in this price range.
For people who love big, bulky fairings or who are track junkies, we have a lot of options for them as well. Starting from the most powerful RC390, you can also consider the Apache RR 310. Again, for multi-cylinder lovers, you have the option of the brilliant Ninja 300, Yamaha R3 and the Benelli 302R.
Scrambler & Cafe Racer
That is not all! We also have a few very niche motorcycles in this range. Benelli has the Leoncino 250 scrambler and Royal Enfield also sells the extremely capable Continental GT 650 cafe racer!
All ₹3 Lakh Motorcycles in India – List
Here is the complete list again brandwise, with approximate prices mentioned alongwith…
- KTM RC390 (Rs 2.48 Lakh), 390 Duke (Rs 2.53 Lakh) and 390 Adventure (Rs 3 Lakh)
- Honda CB300R* (Rs 2.42 Lakh)
- Kawasaki Ninja 300* (Rs 2.98 Lakh)
- Royal Enfield Continental GT 650, Interceptor 650 (from Rs 2.65 Lakh)
- TVS Apache RR 310 (Rs 2.40 Lakh)
- Yamaha R3* (Rs 3.5 Lakh)
- BMW G310 R* (Rs 3 Lakh) and G310 GS* (Rs 3.5 Lakh)
- Benelli TNT 300* (Rs 3 Lakh), 302R* (Rs 3.1 Lakh) & Leoncino 250* (Rs 2.5 Lakh)
Motorcycles marked with asterisk (*) have not been updated to Bharat Stage 6 emission norms yet.
So, here we are with this fairly long list of as many as about 14 motorcycles catering to five different customer tastes in India. Most of the ones that have been temporarily discontinued because of BS6 will come soon. And then there are many others which are lined up for a showdown.