That's a neat budget.
What's your usage?
You don't need to spend that much then.
Check the Cannondale Quick series.
Same as me. But the 10% off road that I go for is pretty crazy. That's why I bought a light MTB with fast rolling (Kenda Small Block 8) tyres.
That's a road bike. You need to spend upwards of 40k for a good one, though Trek 1.1 is pretty ok.
That said, the Quick 5 is an excellent bike and is total Value For Money (VFM).
Quick Tip: I'm 5'3" and Cannondale's size 'S' frame fits me perfectly. So IMO Cannondale would be a good choice.
i'm planning to buy schnell rover.
Hey, the Schnell Rover is an MTB.
For your usage, a hybrid will be easier to use.
As I've said before, you have a neat budget, and should look for quality bikes like the Quick 5.
My frank suggestion: Go check out the Rover, test ride it, then do the same with the Quick 5. Also try Trek 3700 and Giant Revel 0 if you want an MTB.
See if the bikes have sizes that fit you. That's the most important.
NOTE: Many people on this forum have had what I believe are baseless arguments with me, but I'm only trying to help here. Don't buy a bike based on looks, buy for functionality. I'm even willing to have a discussion in the inbox to help you out. Message me if you want.
I am not trying to force people away from the Schnell brand, it's just that I feel they need to make more informed decisions.
90% road usage and you buy a MTB? How does that work?