In a small but terribly populous country like Bangladesh, riding a motorcycle makes mobility fast, easier, and cost-effective for most people. There is a huge market for motorcycles in the country. It may come as a surprise to know that more than fifteen motorcycle brands are running their business in a great way in Bangladesh. But which are the most selling motorbikes? Let's find them out.
The Top Sold Motorbikes in Bangladesh
Bajaj Discover 125
Bajaj is one of the most popular Indian motorcycle brands available in Bangladesh, and they hold their record in terms of motorcycle sales. Bajaj has recently launched new bikes in their 125cc segment, which is Bajaj Discover 125cc. The new Bajaj Discover 125 uses the same 125cc engine as before. However, the engine has been refined much more than before. The engine displacement is 124.6cc, and the engine is a four-stroke, single-cylinder, DTS-I, air-cooled engine.
The engine can produce about 14.72 bhp @ 7500 pm and 11 Nm of torque @ 5500 rpm. The features of Bajaj Discover 125cc have changed a lot. However, the most elegant feature is its LED DRL system. This is the first time the system has been paired with the bike's headlights. The design of the tail light has also been changed. The current market price for Bajaj Discover is Tk. 136,000.
Honda X Blade
If anyone has a bit of knowledge about motorbikes, the person should have heard about the brand Honda. At present, Honda is slowly and invisibly achieving popularity in almost every segment of the motorcycle market, and Honda X Blade 160cc has become one of the most selling bikes for this brand. X-Blade is one of Honda's forerunners after Hornet's monopoly, which has been able to attract almost all types of bikers with its astonishing design, performance, and brand value. Honda X Blade starts from Tk. 172, 000.
Bajaj Pulsar NS160
The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is a very muscular-looking and naked sports segment bike. The bike is powered by a 160cc DTS-I oil-cooled engine. The engine is capable of delivering 15.3 bhp and 14.6 Nm of torque. It has telescope suspension on the front and nitro monocoque suspension on the rear. Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 tires come with alloy wheels and 240 mm front disc brakes, and rear 130 mm drum brakes.