India ranks first in the world in road accidents. Which has increased significantly in the last few years. The number of road accidents in India is 10% of the world. It is understood that the roads of this country are dangerous for people! According to WHO statistics, about 1.5 lakh people die in road accidents in this country every year.
Two wheelers are one of the modes of transportation of Indian citizens. To ensure the safety of the driver and pedestrians, ABS or Anti Lock Braking System is mandatory on models of 125 cc and above from April 1, 2019. While bikes with ABS were out of reach until now, they are now within reach. 110 cc motorcycles now also have ABS. Let’s take a look at the names of the cheapest bikes available with these safety features.
Bajaj Platina 110 ABS (Price Rs. 78,821)
Topping the list is the Bajaj Platina 110. Despite being 110cc, this cheap motorcycle has ABS technology. 240 mm disc brake at the front with single channel ABS coupled with 110 mm drum brake at the rear. Its 115.45 cc, air cooled, DTS-i, single cylinder engine produces 8.6 PS of power and 9.81 Nm of torque.
Hero Xtreme 125R (Price Rs. 99,500)
Second in the list is Hero MotoCorp’s newly launched Xtreme 125R. The bike has responded to the market immediately after the launch. There are good reasons for that. It is the cheapest 125cc model with ABS in the market. It has 276mm front disc and 130mm rear drum brake with single channel ABS. The Xtreme 125R is powered by a 124.7 cc air cooled, single cylinder, fuel injected engine. Which produces a maximum power of 11.5 PS and a torque of 10.5 Nm.
Honda Unicorn (Price Rs. 1,09,800)
Honda Unicorn has earned a reputation in the market as a premium commuter bike. This model from the Japanese company has 240 mm front disc with single channel ABS and 130 mm rear drum brake. It has a 162.7 cc powertrain. It produces a maximum power of 13.46 PS and a torque of 14.58 Nm.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 (Price Rs. 1,10,419 to Rs. 1,15,418)
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is one of the most popular models in the commuter segment as a motorcycle with single channel ABS. Its twin disc variant has 280mm front disc and 230mm rear disc brakes. A 260mm front disc and 130mm rear disc brakes are available on the single disc variant. The 159.5 cc single cylinder, air cooled, fuel injected, DTS-i engine produces a maximum power of 14 PS and 13.25 Nm.
Bajaj Pulsar N150 (Price Rs. 1,17,677)
Bajaj Pulsar N150 has established itself in the market as a performance oriented naked sports bike. In terms of style, it is a model preferred by the younger generation. It gets 260 mm disc brakes at the front and 130 mm drum brakes at the rear with single channel ABS. Powering the wheels is a 149.68 cc air cooled, single cylinder engine. From which maximum power of 14.5 PS and torque of 13.5 Nm are produced.