India is the largest two-wheeler market globally, so there is no surprise here that many companies have invested their time and money to come up with cruiser bikes that are ready to battle the Indian Roads. With examples of Royal Enfield to Jawa, there is no dearth of bikes that will take you to your destination with style and comfort.
- Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220
A classic bike with a low seat and a large windshield, the Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 ticks is a true cruiser. One of the first cruiser bikes at its price point is that the Baja remains a fan favorite over the years and is an excellent value for money bike.
With a facelifted model released, the new Bajaj Avenger Cruise 200 now comes in new colors and a redesigned body. The 220cc engine of the Pulsar RF is what powers this beast, and it also comes with a 5-speed gearbox. With a mileage of 53 km/L, the bike can surely take you on long rides just like a cruiser should. Go to your nearest Bajaj showroom for getting the Bajaj Avenger Bikes Price List
- Royal Enfield Classic 350
One of the oldest and best-selling motorcycles in India, the Classic, is a pioneer in what introduced Indians to the idea of cruising. The retro design and signature exhaust note makes the bike even more pleasing. A few people have complained about the riding position for longer rides, but the bike remains popular amongst Indian riders.
- Jawa 42
They are styled like a vintage bobber, but up to date on the spec sheet, the Jawa is a relatively new entrant in automobiles. Although they still might be setting up shop in India, they have garnered immense popularity and praise from enthusiasts and casual riders alike. Having a returned engine of the Mahindra Mojo, the power output is similar to that of the Mojo. The redesigned handlebar and a comfortable seat make it an excellent option for cruising.
- Suzuki Intruder 150
One of the few modern cruisers available at its price point in India, the Suzuki Intruder, offers all the comfort that one can ask for. Based on the M800 R, the Intruder is one of the most feature-loaded bikes in its price segment. With a 155cc air-cooled engine and 14 Nm of torque, the bike is mated to a 5-speed gearbox, for added safety that bike also has a single-channel ABS.
- Jawa 300
The elder brother of the Jawa 42, the 300 is powered by Mahindra Mojo’s engine which has been returned to fit the bike better. A great retro design with wide handlebars and a teardrop tank, the 300 will turn heads when you take it for a spin. The rounded headlamps with the analog speedometer only add oomph to the vintage factor. The Jawa 300 is an excellent option for people looking for a no-frills cruiser.
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- Royal Enfield Bullet 350
One of the most iconic motorcycles in India, the Bullet will be remembered as the bike that held its own amongst different bikes. Still the first preference for many bike enthusiasts and riders alike, the Bullet offers an excellent power delivery with modern features on a retro-styled bike. The longer wheelbase and big tires offer stability during long rides. Having a 356cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine, the Bullet can produce 28Nm of torque. It also comes with ABS for added safety