In India too, with emission norms getting stricter by the day, there is a possibility that the government might ban two stroke machines. If you are thinking of buying a two-wheeler, it is advisable to go in for a four-stroke machine, of which a whole range exists in the Indian market.
Four Stroke, Geared scooters1. TVS Spectra Aesthetics fused with Attitude. That's one of the many definitions for the TVS Spectra. It's 8 BHP engine is built to inspire just that feeling in you, once you've got it started. Enthralling acceleration, easy handling and extreme rider comfort come as standard pleasures on this 4 stroke, 4-hand geared scooter.
2. Bajaj Legend - The Bajaj Legend's advanced 4-stroke engine delivers instantaneous power at your fingertips. It has The Bajaj Legend's advanced 4-stroke engine delivers instantaneous power at your fingertips. Electronically managed engine called TRICS - Throttle Regulated Ignition Control System for optimum engine performance. In city riding conditions, Bajaj Legend gives you more than 60 kilometers per litre. The four-stroke technology with TRICS uses minimum fuel for maximum output.
Four Stroke bikesHero Honda
There are four models based on the same 97.2 cc displacement engine developing 7 (BHP) at 8000 rpm (except Splendor that produces 7.2 BHP at 8500 rpm) and producing a torque of between 0.69 and 0.74 kg-M at 6000 rpm at a compression ratio of 9. They are CD 100, CD 100 SS, Sleek and Splendor. Chassis is T-bone type for all models except the Splendor, which has a dual cradle tubular chassis.
Hero Honda CBZ - this is the latest offering from Hero Honda. It has a 156.6 cc, four-stroke single cylinder engine developing 1.24 M-kg of torque at 6500 rpm. It boasts of a top speed of over 110 kph and a zero to 60 acceleration in 5 seconds.
BajajBajaj Caliber - with an international style, attractive instrument consoles with Speedometer, Electronic Tachometer and Fuel Gauge the Caliber is a great bike to ride. It has a 111.6cc, 4-stroke engine and gives a mileage of 65 kmpl in actual riding conditions coupled with a 14.8 litre fuel tank that ensures longer duration between refills. It is also environment friendly, meets emission norms for the year 2000.
Bajaj 4S Champion - this uses India's first Radical Aluminium Combustion Engine. This combination also ensures minimal clearance between moving parts. It has low engine noise and wear & tear plus better engine performance and better fuel efficiency. The longer front suspension travel coupled with the 5-step adjustable rear shock absorbers make for the most comfortable ride on any terrain.
4 StrokeYamaha YBX 125 - it is far ahead in power than the four strokes from Hero Honda and Bajaj. It develops 11 PS at 8500 rpm and a torque of 1.06 kg-M at 6500 rpm. The four gears are operated through a wet multi-disc clutch.