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Motorcycles Under Rs 2 Lakh With ABS

Recently, motorcycles have evolved to be more technologically advanced, so much so that dual-channel ABS is an option on practically any motorcycle you choose. Therefore, if your budget is less than Rs 2 lakh and you’re looking for a motorbike that includes this safety net, here are five possibilities you should consider.

Top 5 Motorcycles Equipped With Dual-Channel ABS

By preventing wheel locks during heavy braking situations, dual-channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) or ABS on two wheels aid better braking. They are a useful safety net to add to their motorcycles easily.

Customers’ preferences for motorcycles with dual ABS have also grown in popularity over the past few years. So, if you’re looking for one of these motorcycles, here are five possibilities for you to consider, and they’re all under Rs 2 lakh in price.

1. Yamaha R15 V4 and Yamaha MT 15 V2

The same 155cc, single-cylinder, VVA engine generates 18.14 bhp and 14.1 nm of torque and is mated to a six-speed gearbox powering both the Yamaha MT 15 V2 and the R 15 V4. Both bikes use the same braking systems, including 220mm rear disc brakes and 282mm single-disc brakes up front, supported by dual-channel ABS and traction control. Prices for the Yamaha R15 V4 begin at Rs 1,80,900 (ex-showroom), while those for the MT 15 V2 begin at Rs 1,68,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

2. Royal Enfield Classic 350 Or The Royal Enfield Hunter 350

The 350cc engine powering the Royal Enfield Hunter 350 and Classic 350 is built on the J-series architecture. The Classic 350 and Hunter 350 share a comparable feature set and famous design.

The Hunter 350 and Classic 350 come standard with dual-channel ABS and RE’s optional Trip Navigator, providing turn-by-turn navigation. The Classic 350 costs Rs. 1.90 Lakh more than the base Hunter 350 Retro trim at Rs. 1.50 Lakh.

3. TVS Apache RTR 200 4V

TVS’ Apache line is the closest to the company’s racing history. The RTR 200 4V frame has been improved throughout time, and to pique fans’ interest, it comes with three riding modes: Sport, Urban, and Rain.

The bike is propelled by a 197.75cc oil-cooled engine that, in Sports mode, generates 17.25Nm of torque at 7250 rpm and about 20 horsepower at 9000 rpm. The output drops to around 17 bhp and 16.51 Nm of torque in the rain and urban modes. The RTR 200 4V’s dual-channel ABS is further supported by RLP control, a slide control technology particularly helpful when driving on uneven gravel surfaces.

4. Bajaj Dominar 250/Pulsar NS200

Bajaj recently added dual-channel ABS and upside-down fork suspension to the NS200. The updated bike’s starting price (ex-showroom, Delhi) is Rs. 1,47,347 lakh. In contrast, the Dominar 250 costs Rs. 1,81,850 (ex-showroom, Delhi) with a 250cc KTM engine. The Dominar 250 is a significant product for its price range thanks to its twin-barrel exhaust pipe, LED lighting, and backlit instrument cluster.

5. KTM Duke 200

The KTM Duke 200 will cost you approximately Rs 2 lakh (on the road), but it starts at Rs 1.92 lakh when you buy it ex-showroom in Delhi. Dual-channel ABS is one benefit of owning a KTM Duke, but it’s not the only one. Its 199.5cc engine generates 24.65bhp and 19.3Nm of torque, the maximum power and torque in its class. Its aggressive appearance, inherited from the 1290 Super Duke R and WP Apex upside-down front suspension and mono-shock back, makes the Duke 200 an excellent entry point into performance-oriented motorcycles. 

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