5 Value-For-Money ADVs In India Under Rs 5 Lakh

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Hero XPulse (Rs 1.37 lakh)Perhaps the go-to choice for anyone looking to get their feet wet in off-roading, the Hero XPulse is a value-for-money buy like no other. Apart from the unique design, the ADV also comes with a 199.6cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine which makes 19PS of power.

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Royal Enfield Scram 411 (Rs 2.03 lakh)This scramblised version of the Royal Enfield Himalayan has been impressing critics and enthusiasts alike ever since its launch last year. Of course, it’s for a good reason with the Royal Enfield offering being a manageable and lightweight alternative to the Himalayan, while packing the same single-cylinder, fuel-injected, 411cc motor (24.3PS).

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Royal Enfield Himalayan (Rs 2.15 lakh)In case you’re looking to strike a balance between off-roading and touring, the RE Himalayan remains an attractive buy. Along with a massive 21-inch front wheel and a healthy 15-litre of fuel tank, the Himalayan also packs a 411cc single-cylinder engine which makes 24.3PS of power.

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Suzuki V-Strom SX (Rs 2.11 lakh)Packing the same engine as the Gixxer 250 and carrying the same design as its older sibling, the Suzuki V-Strom SX is exactly what ADV buyers have been looking for some time. Powering it is a 249cc single-cylinder motor which makes 26.5PS and 22.2Nm.

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BMW G 310 GS (Rs 3.20 lakh)Thanks to the recent price cut, the G 310 GS has now made things difficult for the KTM siblings. Carrying the same design as the older GS models, this small-capacity ADV is a 313cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled mill, churning out 34PS and 28Nm

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