Cheapest Indian Motorcycles with Flying Suspension Setup

In India, people are fascinated with motorcycles that feature flying suspension setups. Therefore, in this article, we have listed some of the cheapest motorcycles in India with flying suspensions

In India, most of the people know nothing about the technical aspect of motorcycles. For the people of this country, terms such as ABS, traction control and flying suspension are simply fascinating words they want on their motorcycles. Therefore, for people who love flying suspensions, we have listed some of the cheapest motorcycles with the said setup present in the country.

What is the importance of this article?

Well, as mentioned in the first paragraph, this article is simply for those people who just want a motorcycle with a flying suspension setup at an affordable price-tag and do not care about the motorcycle’s engine or power figures. In the following paragraphs, we have listed motorcycles from different market segments.

*Kindly note that all mentioned prices are ex-showroom prices

TVS Raider, the cheapest of the lot

One of the best motorcycles in the 125cc segment, the Raider is a high-tech piece of engineering from the Hosur-based manufacturer that is armed with a flying suspension setup. The motorcycle has an LED headlight unit followed by a digital instrument cluster along with an engine that offers a decent power figure of 11.38bhp. Raider’s starting price in the Indian market is INR 80,442.

NS 125, Raider’s nemesis

In our opinion, given how good the Raider is, one should avoid the NS 125 from Bajaj. However, Pulsar and NS have a sizeable community with millions of fanboys and therefore, at INR 1.01 lakh, the Pulsar NS 125 is the second cheapest motorcycle in the Indian market with a flying suspension setup. Not to forget, it is also one of the most outdated motorcycles in the market as of 2022.

Honda Unicorn, a 162cc reliable machine

To be honest, there is nothing impressive about the Honda Unicorn. Be it the tech or the performance, the Unicorn is an age-old machine with nothing much to offer. However, it offers one thing and i.e., reliability. At INR 1.02 lakh, the Unicorn is a good motorcycle for daily commutes and occasional short highway trips.

Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0

Another motorcycle with a massive fanbase in India, the Yamaha FZ-Fi Version 3.0’s engine is severely underpowered, but its refinedness makes it a long-lasting motorcycle. Not to forget, the brilliant chassis of the motorcycle can soak up nasty potholes and bumps. At INR 1.10 lakh, the FZ-Fi is a satisfactory pick.

Rohit Chatterjee

An alumnus of the Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Rohit Chatterjee is a bona fide moto-enthusiast who has worked with several media houses in his brief career. Chatterjee mostly writes features and news articles related to automobiles and motorsports. When not working, he is found on the interstate clocking over 100kmph on his NS200!
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