Yamaha FZ-S V2.0

The fuel-injected 149cc engine of this bike makes 12.9bhp power, and 13.6 Newton meter of torque.
Fuel consumption has improved over the first generation FZ series, now this new fzs version 2 gives mileage between 38 to 44 kmpl.

apache RTR 160.

The single-cylinder, four-stroke 1 59.7cc engine of this bike produces 15.2bhp of power, and peak torque of 13.1 Newton meter.

with decent performance and handling, this bike gives average fuel efficiency of, between 40 to 45 kmpl.

Honda CB Hornet 160rr.

it has a 163cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine which has been tuned to make 15.7bhp peak power, and 14.76 Newton meter of torque. Ride quality is very nice and handling is good too,

In terms of fuel efficiency, the Honda CB Hornet delivers an average of between 42 to 48 kmpl.

suzuki Gixxer 150.

this bike is powered by a 155cc single-cylinder, air-cooled motor which belts out 14.5bhp power, and peak torque of 14 Newton meter.
the Suzuki Gixxer offers a very good value for money product. Overall real-world fuel efficiency is around 45 to 49 kmpl.

Baajaaj pulsar 1 50.

Pulsar 150 BS4 carries an updated 1 49 c c engine, producing 13.9 BHP power and 13.4 newton meter torque.
a decent power output, commuter style ride, and The comfortable riding position has made this bike very popular among all the riders.
it gives mileage of around 45 to 50 kmpl.


  1. I have been riding yamaha FZS fi for the last one year and I am getting around 48 km PL under city conditions but make sure that the the Eco light glows almost every moment during the travel. The list presented above is not impressive . U should put the FZS fi at the second if not at the top .


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