Known for its affordability and fuss-free nature, Honda Unicorn 160 is popular among delivery service riders. It’s also a popular training bike. It features a 162 cc 4-stroke motor that puts out 12 BHP and 14. At 7500 AED, the Unicorn is rather affordable.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 is an affordable model that costs AED 6000. It is mostly used for delivery services. It’s powered by a 180 cc DTS-I motor that outputs 17 BHP and 15 Nm. This Pulsar offers good value due to the performance on offer.
BMW G310 GS is known for its long-distance riding capabilities. It is powered by a 313 cc motor that offers 34 BHP and 28. The G310 GS costs 25,000-30,000 AED. It appeals to Arab buyers looking for a powerful bike without breaking the bank.
Interceptor 650 is priced at 22,000 AED. It is probably the most pocket-friendly middleweight bike in the UAE. It has a 647 cc parallel twin motor that's good for 47 BHP and 52 Nm, which makes it among the more powerful bikes in the sub-30,000 AED price range.
Priced at 20,000 AED, the Duke 390 is offers high performance at an affordable price. It has a 373 cc liquid-cooled motor good for 43 BHP and 39 Nm. Plus, a 2-year unlimited Km warranty makes the Duke 390 a solid option for bike aficionados on a budget in the UAE.
Truly, Made-in-India bikes have not only dominated markets such as Africa and Latin America but have also made their mark in UAE.