Yamaha have launched the third iteration of their 150-cc supersport bestseller, the YZF-R15 v3.0, at Rs 1.25 lakh (ex-showroom).
Suzuki Motorcycle introduce a trio spanning various segments to go on sale this year.
With the 2018 Auto Expo just around the corner, we get a sneak peek on the much talked about Emflux ONE e-superbike.
Aprilia have ushered in a new, smaller SR – the SR125, priced at Rs 65,309 (ex-showroom). This new model makes the SR range more accessible to those who wanted a sporty scoot but thought a 150 was a little too much.
I was excited for the Ray ZR, I really was. The new marketing approach seemed quite interesting. Though I didn’t get those gold bits, the Ray ZR is still a credible daily mobile.
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Ducati have introduced an exclusive limited-edition Diesel version of the Diavel power-cruiser. Only 666 bikes will be made. No, it’s not an Audi TDI turbo-diesel engine.
Royal Enfield, the world’s oldest motorcycle brand in continuous production, have launched three Redditch Edition variants of their Classic 350 model: Redditch Red, Redditch Green and Redditch Blue.
Among the many aggressively-styled moto-scooters that have surfaced, there has undoubtedly been one, the Honda Dio that truly stands out, balancing convenience and sporty appeal like never before. Now, with the advent of the Yamaha Ray ZR, there’s a challenger to this champion. Is it sharp enough, though?