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Top 5 Most Affordable Bikes With Dual-channel ABS

Superb performance requires tremendous stopping power, and the two-channel ABS provides extra safety for bike riders. The main function of the ABS braking system is to prevent wheel lockup during hard braking. Unlike single-channel ABS, dual-channel ABS is safer as it avoids wheel lockup on both wheels, protecting the bike and the rider from crashing. Here are the top five reasonably priced motorbikes with dual-channel ABS technology, though many motorcycles have only single-channel ABS.

5 Most Affordable Bikes With Dual-channel ABS

1. Bajaj Pulsar N160 

Bajaj Pulsar N160

Bajaj Pulsar N160, the newest member of the Pulsar family, offers performance, features, and the added safety net of dual-channel ABS. At Rs 1,27,853, it is also the most reasonably priced bike to get the technology (ex-showroom Delhi). It is powered by a 164.82cc, single-cylinder, air-and-oil-cooled engine with 16 hp and 14.65 Nm of torque. Compare and find more details about the bike with Bajaj pulsar N160 vs Apache RTR 160 4V.

2. TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, which has twin-channel ABS as standard equipment and is one of the market’s most powerful and feature-packed 200cc motorcycles. The 197.75cc fuel-injected engine produces a mighty 20.82PS and 17.25Nm. This combination of the disc brake and ABS gives motorcyclists the required safety and confidence. 

The TVS Apache RTR 200 4V price starts at Rs. 1,43,240 (ex-showroom Delhi) and includes a slipper clutch and Glide Through Traffic technology apart from riding modes.

3. Yamaha FZ 25

Yamaha FZ 25

Yamaha FZ-25 is the cheapest bike with twin-channel ABS in the market today. A 249cc power, the FZ-25, air-cooled engine mated to a five-speed transmission, producing 20.8PS and 20.1Nm of torque. The retail price is Rs. 1,44,600. (Ex-showroom Delhi)

4. Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250 

Bajaj Pulsar N250 and F250

Bajaj offered the biggest Pulsars, the N250, and F250, in two-channel ABS versions, making them the second cheapest quarter-liter bikes with the technology. They have a strong, angular body design and a 249.07cc oil-cooled engine with 24.5PS and 21.5Nm of torque. These variations are priced at Rs 1,49,978 and come uniquely all-black (ex-showroom Delhi).

5. Bajaj Dominar 250

Bajaj Dominar 250

Bajaj Dominar 250 is the fifth bike on the list of most affordable bikes with a dual-channel ABS. The bike is available at Rs 1,68,602 (ex-showroom Delhi) and is reasonably priced for a good quarter-liter power cruiser. It gets a powerful liquid-cooled engine, a USD fork, and a gas-charged mono-shock for suspension. Plus, it packs many features and tech while offering excellent value.

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