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In India, two-wheeler enthusiasts often face a dilemma as it's a daunting task to find models ideal as per their heights. While previously the two-wheeler sector has suffered for the same, currently almost every manufacturer offers at least one model with apt seat height.
This article brings together the 10 best bikes for short riders at your convenience. Keep reading to know about their features and prices.
Here are the top 10 bikes with low seat heights sorted as per their ex-showroom prices in Delhi.
Given the success in the Indian two-wheeler market, Kawasaki has entered the middleweight cruiser segment with the Vulcan S. It shares the same BS6-compliant engine as the Ninja 650 that generates 61 HP of power at 7,500 RPM. Further, it highlights a low slung profile, laid-back riding posture and detachable pillion seat, ensuring maximum comfort even during long rides.
Powered by a BS-6 compliant motor, Avenger 160 generates 15 HP power at 8,500 RPM. Coming to its cosmetic cues, this unit shares its aesthetics with other Avenger siblings, including raised handlebars, forward-set footpegs, muscular fuel tank and others.
Inspired by the Gixxer 150, Suzuki has introduced a cruiser variant Intruder 150, only in 1 variant. This motorbike features high-end ergonomics and impressive cruiser traits, setting it apart from its rivals. In addition, it gets its power from a 154.9 cc motor that produces a maximum power of 13.6 HP at 8,000 RPM.
Jawa Perak exhibits a complete black paint scheme, modified rear end, single tan seat, round LED tail lamp under the seat, and low-set handlebars mated with bar-end mirrors, preserving the old-school look. Moreover, Perak features a robust engine that produces a maximum power of 30.64 HP in terms of mechanical specifications.
Royal Enfield has packed its Meteor 350 model with an array of best-in-class features comprising semi-digital instrument cluster supporting smartphone connectivity, day and night mode, LED tail lamp, circular LED DRL, turn-by-turn navigation etc. Additionally, its engine produces a power of 20.2 HP at 6,100 RPM.
Upgraded as per the BS6-compliant emission norms, Splendor Plus, one of the best bikes for short riders in India, draws a maximum power of 7.91 HP at 8,000 RPM. Furthermore, the bikini fairing and signature rectangular headlamp have been synonymous since the Splendour variant's inception.
Honda India has expanded its horizon beyond 160 cc with the Hornet 2.0. The BS6-compliant engine delivers a maximum power of 17 HP at 8,500 RPM. Besides, its sleek LED headlamp, tail lamp and indicators, fully-digital instrument cluster are responsible for a sportier appeal.
The 7th bike with low seat height in India is also from the stable of Honda. It is powered by a 197.7 cc motor that churns out 10.6 HP at 7,500 RPM. Moreover, in terms of styling, it looks identical to its predecessor CB Shine 125, comprising an LED headlamp and fully-digital instrument cluster.
Available in only 1 variant and 3 colour options, Honda Unicorn, another best bike for short riders, competes in the 150-180 cc segment. The motorbike sports a single-pod headlamp surrounded by chrome-finished front cowl and more. Additionally, its engine develops a maximum power of 12.73 HP at 7,500 RPM.
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V offers a package of advanced technology, performance and value, making it one of the best-selling units from the Apache series. In terms of mechanical refinements, it comes with a powertrain that churns out 20 HP of power at 9,000 RPM.
Name of the Model
Seat Height of the Model
Kawasaki Vulcan S
Bajaj Avenger 160
Suzuki Intruder 150
Royal Enfield Meteor 350
Hero Splendor Plus
Honda Hornet 2.0
TVS Apache RTR 200 4V