If style has a definition, then why is the trend of siblings is getting high on Motorbike??

Human demands are endless and so is the variety of choices in the Indian automotive industry. Here, the style matters more than the practicality, but sometimes it goes vice versa as well. However, people value the fuel mileage a lot and hence they want a complete package of style, economy, and the most important reliability.

With the same motto, the new funda, which the companies have employed is to launch similar vehicles with the difference in styling and tantamount engines. This has given them good chances to grow with a new product. This article will make you aware of such bikes available in the market which are a sibling to each other.

Honda Trigger-Hero Xtreme-Hero Hunk

It’s been a long time since Hero MotoCorp and Honda parted their ways. This produced many opportunities for both of them to present creativity of their own among the public. All these three bikes are constructed over the powerhouse of Honda’s 149cc unit. The difference between them lies in the styling, features, and furnishings. Honda’s advantage over Hero’s bikes is with the rear mono-shock suspension, while Hero has a better resale value, service outlets and features like engine immobilizer.  The key specifications of these bikes are as follows.

Hero Xtreme vs Hero Hunk vs Honda Trigger, 150 cc motorbikes in India

  • Engine: 149.2 CC
  • Power : 14.4 BHP @ 8500 RPM
  • Torque: 12.8 Nm @ 6500 RPM
  • Fuel Tank: 12.1 litres
  • Start: Electric and kick Start
  • Transmission: 5-speed Constant Mesh
  • Brake: Front and Rear disc brakes
  • Mileage: 45 KMPL to 48 KMPL


Yamaha FZ-S- Yamaha SZ-RR

The Performance pride, Yamaha has gifted two bikes to the Indian motorbike industry so as to provide choices to their customers with the same performance in different boxes. Both these bikes are equipped with the same engine. The difference is in the performance and styling of the two. The FZ-S is inspired by the elder brother FZ1 i.e. to perform good enough while SZ-RR is made to serve the daily commute purpose. Both are very good in terms of performance, however, SZ-RR lacks in torque and power which increases mileage. The differences and specifications are mentioned below.

Yamaha FZ-S vs Yamaha SZ-RR, 150 cc motorbike twins in India

  • Engine: 153 CC
  • Power (FZ-S): 14 BHP @ 7500 RPM
  • Torque(FZ-S): 13.6 Nm @ 4500 RPM
  • Power (SZ-RR): 12.1 BHP @ 7500 RPM
  • Torque(SZ-RR): 12.8 Nm @ 4500 RPM
  • Fuel Tank: 12 litres
  • Start: Electric and kick Start
  • Transmission: 5-speed Constant Mesh
  • Brake: Front disc and Rear drum brakes
  • Mileage: 40 KMPL to 60 KMPL


Honda Stunner- Hero Ignitor

Stunner was a game changer for the motorbike industry. Honda has crafted this product to draw the attention of 150 cc bike seekers over this muscular 125cc bike, and the bike did the same. The looks and posture of this bike are great and offer comfort to its rider. Hero MotoCorp, on the other hand, introduced Ignitor to grab the market of Stunner and other 125cc motorbikes, but this doesn’t turn out in the real scenario. People didn’t like its naked styling, but the genes of the bikes are same and the reliability issues are with Hero. It’s not at all a big deal to choose any one of them as they both are same. The differences are the headlight mask and dashboard.

Honda stunner vs Hero ignitor, 125 cc motorbike twins in India

Following are the specifications of both these bikes.

  • Engine: 124.7 CC
  • Power : 11 BHP @ 8000 RPM
  • Torque: 11 Nm @ 6500 RPM
  • Fuel Tank: 10 litres
  • Start: Electric Start
  • Transmission: 5-speed Constant Mesh
  • Brake: Front Disc and Rear Drum brakes
  • Mileage: 62 KMPL