India's name comes from the world's largest two-wheeler markets. There are almost every major two-wheeler brand. Buyers have a range of options ranging from commuter motorcycles to cruisers, scramblers and performance bikes. Many of these bikes are new, some have been in the market for a long time and are quite popular. Here's what we're looking for about similar popular bikes in the market that have been holding the market for more than 15 years.
Bajaj Pulsar: Bajaj Pulsar is one of the most popular bikes in the country. The Pulsar range of bikes was launched in 2001, which means that for more than 18 years, these bikes have been in the market for more than 18 years. Since its launch, the company has updated Pulsar Bikes several times, but its base design hasn't changed yet. There are currently 8 bikes in the Pulsar range.
TVS Apache: Like Bajaj's Pulsar series, TVS' Apache Series bikes are also quite popular. It was launched in the market in a collision with Pulsar. The 150cc Apache was first launched in 2005. The lineup of Apache TVS is now available as a series. These include bikes ranging from 160cc to 310cc.
Royal Enfield Bullet: When it comes to old bikes and the bullet is not named, it can hardly happen. The Royal Enfield Bullet has been being built since 1948. It is one of the longest ever bikes to be built.
Hero Splendor: Splendor was launched in the Indian market in 1994. It is the best selling bike in the country. Cosmetic updates have been made on the bike from time to time. It was initially launched in partnership with Hero-Honda and now only makes Hero MotoCorp.
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