The two-wheeler segment in India has seen a massive growth in the past few years especially up to the 250cc segment. The 2016-2017 financial year saw a major change in the buying pattern. Consumers are now also looking at various scooters available market rather than motorcycles in India. The scooter segment has been topping the sales figures of the two-wheeler segment in India, with Honda Activa on top and dethroning Hero Splendor.Majority of the sales seen in the past few years have been of scooters and motorcycles in the under Rs 1 lakh range. While market analysts say that the demand for two-wheelers is growing year-by-year, majorly in the rural area of India, we bring a list of two-wheelers that are worth buying in this price sensitive market.Honda Navi (Rs 41,500)Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) had launched the 110 cc bike NAVI at the Auto Expo last year. The Navi feels very flickable to ride and on traffic infested streets it is damn good fun. Thanks to the 110cc engine, the Navi has the ability to dart through traffic and coupled to the small turning radius it can also snake past traffic.Honda NaviThe bike is powered by a 109.2cc, air cooled engine that churns out peak power at 7.83 bhp @ 7000 rpm and peak torque at 8.96 Nm @ 5500 rpm. It has an automatic transmission.TVS Victor (Rs 51,715- Rs 53,715)In April 2016, TVS Motor Company launched an all-new version of its executive segment bike TVS Victor. The newly launched TVS Victor features many design changes with the motorcycle picking up design cues from the TVS Apache RTR 180 and Star City motorcycles. The tachometer on the Victor has been directly lifted from the previous flagship motorcycle of the RTR line-up, the Apache RTR 180.advertisementTVS VictorThe Victor is powered by a 110cc Ecothrust engine, which delivers 9.6 PS of power and 9.4 Nm. The Victor is capable of delivering a fuel economy of 76kmpl.Bajaj Discover 125 (Rs 50,559- Rs 52,559)Bajaj had launched the Discover 125 way back in 2014 and has been a major selling product for the Indian bike manufacturers. In total, three variants were launched, among which two have standard fairing and one comes with semi fairing. Discover 150S is available in drum and disc variants (standard fairing). Though it was meant to be a bike majorly suited to the commuter segment, 150cc will give customers the option to travel with greater power. Earlier it was available in 125 and 100cc variants.Bajaj Discover 125The Discover 125 comes with a 144.8cc, DTS-i motor that churns out maximum power of 13.8 bhp and peak torque of 12.75 Nm, mated to a five-speed MT. It has a top speed of 110 kmph.Bajaj V15 (Rs 62,002)Bajaj had unveiled the Bajaj V15 in December 2015, while the launch and sales for the motorcycle started in March. The Bajaj V15 comes with a large fuel tank which contains the metal of the invincible INS Vikrant. The double cradle design offers outstanding rigidity and strength and the ergonomics enable the rider to ride the bike with a proud stance. Bajaj V comes with a stylised removable rear seat cowl, which can be instantly detached to seat the pillion. The new speedometer cluster with a dual color LED fuel level indicator and an elegant LED tail lamp enhances the solid character of the bike.Bajaj V15The Bajaj V comes powered with a 149.5cc, single cylinder, four- stroke, SOHC 2 valve, Air cooled, DTS-i engine churning out maximum power output of 12bhp @7500 rpm and maximum torque of 13NM @5500rpm.Aprilia SR 150 (Rs 68,806- Rs 70,288)Italian two-wheeler maker Piaggio, manufacturer of Vespa scooters, launched the 150cc-Aprilia SR 150 crossover bike last year in August. Since then, Aprilia has also added the Sport edition of the SR 150 with added power.Aprilia SR 150The Aprilia SR 150 will be characterized by large 14″ wheels with five spokes that are similar to the Aprilia racing bikes which are seen on the Moto GP championship circuits. It will have a single cylinder 150cc, 4-stroke engine.Aprilia SR 150 Race EditionWhile the SR 150 Race Edition comes with the 154.8 cc, 3-valve, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine producing peak power at 10.4 bhp and peak torque of 11.4 Nm, mated to a CVT transmission. Slightly revised CVT ratios mean the Aprilia SR150 Race Edition is slightly quicker, which will also affect fuel efficiency marginally.Bajaj Pulsar 150 (Rs 71,585)Bajaj Auto had updated their entire Pulsar range this year with the new BS-IV engine and along with the AHO function. This includes the 2017 Pulsar 150 which now comes with the same 149cc, DTS-I air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that churns out maximum power output of 15.06PS and maximum torque of 12.5Nm.advertisementBajaj Pulsar 150Moreover, the updated Pulsar 150 new color scheme and body graphics to give a younger look. it also gets tubeless tyres as a standard option.Hero Xtreme Sports (Rs 72,625- Rs 75,725)The Xtreme Sports comes loaded with features such as the front cowl with aerodynamic visor, new wolf-eye headlamp with Twin LED Pilot Lamps gives the bike a stylish look. The split step-up seat gives comfort while the exhaust with the muffler cover enhances heat shielding, while there is the LED tail lamp with split grab rail at the rear end of the bike.Hero Xtreme SportsThe new Xtreme Sports is powered by a 149.2cc air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine, producing a maximum power output of 15.6 BHP @8500 rpm and maximum torque of 13.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm and reaches from 0-60 km/h in 4.7seconds. The bike is available in five body colors – Panther Black, Fiery Red, Mercuric Silver and the new Black-Red and Pyro Orange colors.Suzuki Gixxer (Rs 77,452- Rs 80,528)Suzuki Motorcycle launched the popular Gixxer with BS-IV and AHO in new graphics this year. The Gixxer variants get new sporty graphics and the Gixxer logo across the tank. The new bikes also come with clear lens LED tail lamps which enhance user experience and appeal.Suzuki GixxerThe Gixxer is powered by a 155cc, single cylinder, air cooled engine with a five-speed gearbox.Honda CB Hornet 160R (Rs 80,603- Rs 86,084) Honda Motorcycle and Scooter launched the CB Hornet 160R, India’s first bike meeting BS-IV emission standards, at Rs 79,900 (ex-showroom New Delhi). The 160-cc Honda CB Hornet 160R comes in two variants — Single Disc and Dual Disc with CBS.Honda CB Hornet 160RThe CB Hornet 160R comes with the same powertrain as the Honda Unicorn 160cc bike- TypeAir cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine producing a total power output of 13.14bhp and a total torque of 12.84Nm.Bajaj Pulsar NS200 (Rs 96,453)With increased production capacity and on the back of strong and consistent customer demand, Bajaj re-introduced the Pulsar NS200 in India. The 2017 edition of the Pulsar NS200 comes with a liquid cooled, four valve, triple spark engine that complies with BS IV norms. Mated with its class leading perimeter frame, the Pulsar NS200 delivers outstanding flexibility and free revving performance that has garnered it a massive fan following among young motorcycle enthusiasts.Bajaj Pulsar NS200The reworked Pulsar NS200 comes in all new colors & graphics and a belly-pan for the ultimate street-fighter look. The 2017 Pulsar NS200 will be available in three new young color schemes: Graphite Black, Mirage White & Wild Red.TVS Apache RTR 200 4V (Rs 92,615- Rs 97,615)Winner of the Indian Motorcycle of the Year (IMOTY) 2016, the Apache RTR 200 4V is TVS’s most preferred product in the 200cc segment. The latest RTR 200 4V also complies with the BS-IV norms. TVS made some changes to the engine and the appearance of the motorcycle has been left untouched. The Apache RTR 200 4V looks like a street fighter with an incredibly stylish front giving it an aggressive stance. It also gets split seats, clip-on handle bar and LED tail lights, which all add to the looks of the motorcycle.advertisementTVS Apache RTR 200 4VThe RTR 200 4V is powered by a single-cylinder, 197.75cc air and oil cooled engine capable of producing 20.23 bhp of power. The engine has been derived from the Apache RTR 180 by increasing the bore size. It is mated to a five-speed transmission. The motorcycle is capable of going from 0-60kmph in just 3.9 seconds.(All prices are ex-showroom, New Delhi).