Top 10 Village bikes in India - Make Your Village Life Speedy

CalenderPublished at December 22, 2022 by BikeJunction
Top 10 Village bikes in India - Make Your Village Life Speedy

India is the land of diversity, and that makes the story more interesting for residents of the country. Villages in India have majorly different demands as compared to Indian metropolitan cities such as the village bikes. This significant diversity results in different living conditions and opportunities for living. Furthermore, in the discussion of the best bike for villages in India, firstly, we need to understand the differences between rural and urban infrastructures. People living in villages have to tackle many challenges which a city resident gets as a basic need. The cities have the edge over villages when it comes to investment and capital infusion. If we talk in the context of the Economy and compare the per capita income or further look at livelihood sources- Villages are more about agrarian Economy in short space, and on the other hand city's Economy is based on the service sector. It directly impacts the purchasing power when rural residents have to purchase the bike for villages. The capital infusion brings the gap in infrastructure which further makes us think twice to select the best village bikes. There are several factors which will decide the criteria for the best bike for villages in India.

These factors are -

  • Roads
  • Maintenance facility
  • Service centres
  • Availability of skilled technician
  • Timely servicing
  • Per day run
  • Purpose of using the bike

One such bike for villages in India are those which come at a lower price with high mileage and decent torque. There are no well-planned RCC roads or high-quality built roads, but villages are mostly awarded Bitumen roads. Sometimes farmers or any village resident have to move from farm to field, and it's no less than off-roading. If the torque of the bike will not be sufficient, it will not be able to carry a load and further it can not be considered as the best bike for villages. Engine power will not matter much as compared to torque because village people are not intended to race or drag race with village bikes. Even the looks and design will hardly matter because they have to carry out their work and make daily life easy with their purchase of the best bike for villages.

Essentials for Village bikes to meet everyday need

As the people are mostly dependent on agrarian income, they do not have ample money to invest in bikes, and they need the best mileage bike for villages. We as a society are well aware that investment is directly related to living conditions. People residing in villages have a different mindset of spending only for needs. Many criteria have been discussed above for the Best bike for Villages and towns. Now we are providing you with a glimpse of the best bikes here at BikeJunction. Keeping in mind the requirements of Indian villages along with the mindset of people towards a suitable bike, we have prepared a list for you.

These are the 10 best bikes in India for the village -

1. Hero Splendor Plus

Hero Splendor Plus

This model of Hero brand is most popular among villages in India. The reason for its popularity revolves around its build quality and high mileage. This village bike provides a mileage of 60 kmpl and a top speed of 90 kmph. The bike comes with the price of INR 71,495. This village bike has the displacement of a 97.2cc engine which generates the power of 7.91 Bhp @ 8000 rpm and produces the torque of 8.05 Nm @ 6000 rpm.

2. Hero HF Deluxe

Hero HF Deluxe

We have kept another model of Hero on 2nd number in our list of top village bikes. The top speed of the bike is measured to be 90 kmph and further talking the mileage is 65 kmpl. The bike comes with the price of INR 60,160. This model of Hero differs in design from the previous model. The displacement of HF Deluxe is 97.2cc which powers the engine with 7.91 Bhp @ 8000 rpm along with the torque of 8.05 Nm @ 6000 rpm.

3. TVS Star City Plus

TVS Star City Plus

We have kept one of the most selling models of TVS motors at number 3 in the list of best village bikes. This bike is very famous for its massive front look and stylish tank design. This village bike gives a mileage of 68 kmpl and has a top speed of 90 kmph. The Ex-Showroom price of this bike is INR 73,282. Displacement of Star City Plus is 109.7cc which generates the torque of 8.7 Nm @ 4500 rpm and with the power of 8.08 Bhp @ 7350 rpm.

4. Bajaj Platina BS6

Bajaj Platina

Bajaj Platina BS6 model known well for its mileage. Depending on the riding, this village bike gives a mileage of 70 to 100 Kmpl. This BS6 model of Bajaj comes with 102cc engine displacement which generates the power of 7.7 Bhp @ 7500 rpm along with  8.34 Nm @ 5500 rpm of torque. The bike comes with the price of INR 52,787 and the top speed of this village bike is 90 kmph.

5. Bajaj CT100 BS6

Bajaj CT100

This model of Bajaj is significantly similar to the previous model. It is one of the highest mileage giving village bikes. If it is ridden at an economy speed, the mileage will touch up to 100 Kmpl undoubtedly but overall mileage of Bajaj CT100 is 72 kmpl. The bike comes with the price of INR 52,628 with the engine displacement of 102cc which produces the power of 7.7 Bhp @ 7500 rpm followed by the torque of 8.34 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The top speed of the bike is 90 kmph. 

6. Honda CD 110 Dream

Honda CD 110 Dream

We have kept this Honda CD 110 at number 6 in our list. The is one of the models in the village bikes segment which produces decent torque. The power of the bike is comparatively less which results in less acceleration. The engine capacity of this village bike is 109.51 cc which generates the torque of 9.30 Nm @ 5500 rpm along with the power of 8.6 Bhp @ 7500 rpm. The highest speed of this bike is 86 kmph and further talking the mileage is 65 kmpl. The bike comes with a price of INR 70,848.

7. TVS Radeon

TVS Radeon

This model of TVS launched recently. This village bike is much improved in design and smoothness. This 109.7cc bike gives mileage of 65 kmpl and generates power of 8.08 Bhp @ 7350 rpm along with the torque of 8.7 Nm @ 4500 rpm. The highest speed of this bike is measured at 85 kmph & the bike comes with the Ex-Showroom price of INR 70,812.

8. Hero Passion Pro

Hero Passion Pro

This is another model of Hero which we have kept at number 8. Hero Passion pro is a very suggested village bike and it can be seen very frequently in villages. The cost effectiveness is one of the reasons behind its popularity. Hero Passion Pro comes with the Ex-Showroom price of INR 73,347 with the engine displacement of 113.2 cc. This village bike gives a mileage of 55 kmpl & engine power is claimed to be 9.15 PS @ 7500 rpm along with the torque of 9.89 Nm @ 5000 rpm. The top speed of Hero Passion Pro is 94.68 kmph.

9. Honda Shine

Honda Shine

This is the second Honda bike on our list of top 10 village bikes. This bike features 124 cc of engine which generates 10.74 PS @ 7500 rpm of power and torque of 11 Nm @ 6000 rpm. The top speed of this village bike is recorded as 100 km/h and further talking the mileage is 55 kmpl. The bike comes with the price of INR 77,869.

10. TVS Victor

TVS Victor

This TVS model comes with a 109.7 cc engine which generates the power of 9.5 PS @ 7500 rpm along with the torque of 9.4 Nm @ 6000 rpm. The top speed of this village bike is 94 km/h and further talking the mileage is 60 kmpl. The bike comes with the price of INR 58,993.

Comparison of technical specifications for the best bike for Indian villages

To make an interesting and winsomely choice, we need to be calculative in terms of our requirements. We want to make it easy for your choices to be drawn among the most popular 7 bikes. You can compare displacement, torque and maximum power drawn from the engine along with the top speed given at the end of the table to make a good choice for village bikes.

Bike NameDisplacementMaximum PowerMaximum TorqueTop SpeedMileagePrice
Hero Splendor Plus97.2cc7.91 Bhp @ 8000 rpm8.05 Nm @ 6000 rpm90 kmph60 kmplINR 71,495
Hero HF Deluxe97.2cc7.91 Bhp @ 8000 rpm8.05 Nm @ 6000 rpm90 kmph65 kmplINR 60,160
TVS Star City Plus109.7cc8.08 Bhp @ 7350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4500 rpm90 kmph68 kmplINR 73,282
Bajaj Platina 100102cc7.7 Bhp @ 7500 rpm8.34 Nm @ 5500 rpm90 kmph72 kmplINR 52,787
Bajaj CT100102cc7.7 Bhp @ 7500 rpm8.34 Nm @ 5500 rpm90 kmph75 kmplINR 52,628
Honda CD 110 Dream109.51 cc8.6 Bhp @ 7500 rpm9.30 Nm @ 5500 rpm86 kmph65 kmplINR 70,848
TVS Radeon109.7cc8.08 Bhp @ 7350 rpm8.7 Nm @ 4500 rpm85 kmph65 kmplINR 70,812
Hero Passion Pro113.2 cc9.15 PS @ 7500 rpm9.89 Nm @ 5000 rpm94.68 kmph55 kmplINR 73,347
Honda shine124 cc10.74 PS @ 7500 rpm11 Nm @ 6000 rpm100 km/h55 kmplINR 77,869
TVS Victor109.7 cc9.5 PS @ 7500 rpm9.4 Nm @ 6000 rpm94 km/h60 kmplINR 58,993


The bikes listed in the table say; Hero Splendor Plus, Bajaj Platina, TVS Victor, Hero Passion Pro, and Honda Shine do not carry extra fibre bodies in order to enhance their design. Even if these village bikes fell on the ground or any such thing happened, the loss will be minimal. In the list provided above, you can find the best suitable bike in India for village people. Stay tuned to BikeJunction to get these interesting updates regarding bikes.

Wrapping Up

We have kept Hero Splendor Plus at the top of our list because of its high demand and popularity among other village bikes for rural residents. It has been one of the top-selling bikes for a long time and which is why it is the best of the village bikes in India. Next is Hero HF Deluxe, followed by Splendor plus and so on. These bikes are more reliable and do not demand high maintenance. As there is no frequent availability of filling stations in villages, sometimes it also becomes a hurdle. For fewer mileage bikes, fuel consumption is high, and village people do not want to keep a problem; hence their preferable choice is inclined towards high mileage bikes in order to choose the best village bikes in the country.

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