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Buying a second-hand two-wheeler? Tips to keep in mind


Two-wheeler constitute more than 70 percent of total vehicle populations.Two-wheeler cater to the needs of low and middle income users and help fill the gaps when public transport systems are inefficient, not integrated, or non-existent.The reality is that many Indian cities lack substantial and efficient public transport systems. As incomes rise, users of public transport and people limited by their lack of mobility are looking to private modes of transportation to meet their mobility needs. While car ownership may be on the rise, it is two-wheeler that are leading the process of mass motorization as millions of people in India’s growing middle class are able to afford an entry-level two-wheeler.

Some key factors influencing two-wheeler ownership and use in Asian cities are their low costs and fuel economy, maneuverability and ease of parking in congested areas, shorter distances or trip lengths and low levels of transit services, walking and cycling infrastructure.

According to numbers released by individual Indian two-wheeler makers, cumulatively, they have crossed 20-million unit sales for the first time in FY 2018. No doubt why it always been a much more affordable option for the masses.

Indian market is full of choices in all budgets however, buying a used two-wheeler is also a wise decision seeing cost, better value for money & less depreciation cost. Transferable jobs, upgrading model & exchange also been important factors in rising used two-wheeler market.

we are covering some of the important points to be taken care while buying used Two-wheeler.