The iconic Italian motorcycle manufacturer has launched striped versions of the Monster range, with the aim of showcasing the sportiness of the Ducati Monster [Read more…]
DSK Hyosung recently inaugurated its second showroom – Urban Bykes – in New Delhi. [Read more…]
The Gujarat Police Department has just taken delivery of six custom Harley-Davidson Street 750 motorcycles specifically built for crime fighting. [Read more…]
Back in 2013, BMW partnered with TVS with the aim of producing a sub-500cc motorcycle, allowing the German giants to enter into the small bike segment. [Read more…]
One of India’s leading auto component manufacturers – Tata AutoComp Systems, have collaborated with a Japanese firm – GS Yuasa [Read more…]
Royal Enfield (RE) have been working hard at spreading its wings in the country and on the global platform as well. It has been quite some time now since we first got a glimpse of Royal Enfield’s adventure tourer christened as the – RE Himalayan. [Read more…]
Too tired from the daily grind to go to a showroom and book a scooter? Well now you can buy a Vespa scooter online through Snapdeal with the click of a button. To commensurate the launch of this webstore, Vespa has launched a special offer for the first 100 customers to buy their scooters online – the entire range of Vespa models would be available at a booking amount of Rs. 5,000. This includes the Vespa VX, Vespa S and Vespa Elegante. The amount you pay online is just the booking amount and the rest of the payment and documentation required can be done at the dealership. Vespa is among a few automobile brands to have tapped the online retail market. They say their partnership with Snapdeal is targeted especially towards a younger segment of consumers who are digitally active and prefer purchases that provide easy access and transactions without investing much time. This does make it easier to book a scooter and who knows, they might even start selling their apparel online like other automobile brands.
Suzuki Motorcycle India one of the biggest two-wheeler manufacturers in the country have brought two iconic litre-class motorcycles to Indian shores [Read more…]