Keep Your Look on Innovative 100cc Bikes in India
Motorbikes are one best way to get from one place to another in the shortest possible time, especially in a country like India. There are many bikes Company in India and with each bringing up innovations to their products to ensure their products are gaining popularity and increase in sales. Cars are comfortable vehicles for sure, but at times moving fast becomes the first and utmost priority and motorbikes serve that purpose just right. Not everyone has the same taste; some prefer Honda while some can’t think of a two wheeler except Yamaha bikes. A motorbike that is very efficient in riding is usually adored and fuel efficiency is just the most required necessity in the jam-packed streets.
When we talk about 100cc bikes, it may sound foreign to many people. 100cc is the size of the engine, in cubic centimeters — literally, it is the volume of the cylinders. A larger cylinder can ingest more air (and more fuel), thus converting more energy per cycle than a smaller one, so making more power — assuming all other factors are the same, and there are many factors that affect power output. The cubic centimeters/capacity can be calculated by — area of the piston (pi x radius squared) x stroke x number of cylinders.
We will look at some of the 100cc bikes in India.
Hero Splendor Pro
Speaking of popularity, Hero Splendor Pro is one of the oldest two-wheeler commuter’s 100cc bikes in India. The model and specifications have gotten better every year of course, yet the current models really resemble the 1994 model a lot. The 100 cc engine offers 8.20 bhp power output at 8,000 rpm and the maximum torque is 8 Nm at 4,500 rpm. The 4 gear manual transmission can help the engine pick up 82 kmph, offering a fuel efficiency of 90 kmpl.
This bike has 100cc engine bombarding out 7.40 brake horsepower (bhp) at 7500 Revolution per minute (RPM), there is nothing much wrong with this bike. Also, the 95 Kmpl mileage gives it good range and value for money ride matching very close to its rivals in Bajaj Auto and Hero MotoCorp. The lone TVS wolf in the list, the company was all set to hit the sweet spot with the Indian customers, only for Bajaj to spoil the party. Yet the bike is very much able to perform its duty well without any hassles, and the TVS technology at play here, the bike is well made with not many chinks in its armor. For a bike of this class in India and cost, it comes with adjustable rear suspension as well. TVS
Hero HF Deluxe
Hero HF Deluxe is one of the best endeavors of Hero Motor Corp in building an entry-level motorbike with all necessary features and cost effectiveness. Engine capacity on this motorbike is 100cc with 7.70 bhp maximum power output at 7,500 rpm, and maximum torque of 8 Nm at 4,500 rpm. There are four gears in the manual transmission system.
Motorbikes are one primary transportation method in India, and these 100cc bikes in India will get the job done in style and cheaper cost both.
Honda Dream Yuga
Dream Yuga is an entry-level segment from ,the Japanese manufacturer Honda, the initial model of Honda Dream Yuga was launched back in 2012 — it is a new model. The 100 cc engine offers 8 bhp at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm torque at 5,500 rpm. There are four manual gears, the top speed gets to 97 kmph maximum and one liter of fuel runs the engine as high as 84 kmpl.
Abraham Hub in this article looks at some of the innovations made by the maker of some of the new bikes. He also further explained on how to calculate most of the cubic capacity of 100cc bikes in India.