The name Chetak had been around for so long that it still sends some into a spiral of nostalgia when they hear it. We take a short ride with the modern iteration of that memory.
The new BS-VI TVS Jupiter has been officially launched with priced at Rs 67,911 (ex-showroom) for the top end Classic variant. [Read more…]
The electric revolution is here! At least that’s what it looked like at this year’s Auto Expo, with electric two-wheeler manufacturers heavily outnumbering conventional, petrol-powered bike makers. Here are five electric two-wheelers to watch out for in 2020
With BS VI norms taking effect in the coming month, the Hero Pleasure scooter will not a part of Hero MotoCorp’s line-up [Read more…]
The Vespa Elettrica will be the first fully-electric offering from Piaggio Group and is expected to hit our shores in June.
The BS-VI TVS Ntorq 125 was launched in India last month starting at Rs 65,975 (ex-showroom) and the brand has now revealed all the details and specifications of the scooter.
Following the launch of the Ather 450X, the company is looking forward to stepping up its infrastructure before deliveries for the 450X begin. [Read more…]
Suzuki have introduced the new BS-VI Burgman Street, priced from Rs 77,900 (ex-showroom).
The BS VI-compliant Honda Dio has been launched in India for a price ranging between Rs 59,990 and Rs 63,340 (ex-showroom prices).
Hero Electric at Auto Expo announced their plans to enter two new segments in the electric vehicle space. [Read more…]