Bike India was in Delhi recently to ride the latest rendition of Hero’s 150-cc Achiever. Here are our thoughts on this upgraded 150 commuter from the Hero stable [Read more…]
Hero MotoCorp have introduced a suited-up Achiever ahead of the festive season, from Rs 61,800 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Continuing with their launch spree, Bajaj Auto have launched three new Avengers
The 150-cc scooter is not new to the Indian market, in fact, far from it, though it has been long since one frequented our roads. Piaggio with the Vespa re-venture into this category with the VXL and SXL variants of their iconic scooter. We swing a leg over them to find out if they are any good
It’s official! The countdown has begun, quite literally, for the new Bajaj Avenger. Read on
Bajaj Auto have introduced the Pulsar trio in a new avatar, with more exciting colour schemes for the Pulsar 150, 180 and 220 DTS-i.
With the Pulsar brand doing well to remain the most popular performance brand name in India, with the 140, 180, 220 and NS 200 making up a chunk of the Indian performance bike market. With the new look DTS-i Pulsars, the company hopes to keep their momentum going.
We expect to see a smaller Pulsar NS as well as the larger SS 400 in the near future. The CS 400 ‘Cruiser Sport’ concept unveiled at the Auto Expo generated more than its fair share of hype and became a highly talked-about and anticipated model.
Story: Jim Gorde
Images: Bajaj Auto