Celebrating 20-years of Honda Activa, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) have introduced a special edition model of the popular scooter priced at Rs 66,816 (ex-showroom).
The new special edition Hero Maestro Edge 125 Stealth Edition costs Rs 1,500 more than the disc brake version and offers a dose of exclusivity.
A special variant of the popular 125-cc scooter, Suzuki Access 125 has been launched offered in stylish new body colours and retro-styled seat and mirrors. This Suzuki Access 125 SE is available in the disc brake variant and is priced at Rs 61,788 (ex-showroom).
Suzuki Motorcycle India have launched the latest edition of their hot-selling Gixxer SP & SF SP motorcycles that are now available with a new, Black and Gold paint job. [Read more…]
Ducati’s iconic naked bike the Monster completes 25 years and to celebrate this milestone, they have launched a special limited edition Monster 1200. [Read more…]
Along with the Access 125 CBS variant for their popular 125-cc scooter, Suzuki have also introduced a special edition in a new Metallic Sonic Silver body colour with a beige leatherette seat.
The TVS Apache RTR 180 Race edition is only available in the mid-variant equipped with front and rear disc brake but without ABS, and is priced at Rs 83,233 (ex-showroom Delhi). This makes it about Rs 500 more expensive than the standard RTR 180. [Read more…]
The special edition TVS Victor gets cosmetic updates including chrome highlights and new body decals.
Triumph will be offering a range of special edition motorcycles for a select few of their customers. The special edition Street Triple RX and the three editions of Bonneville, viz. T214, NewChurch and Spirit were showcased at INTERMOT. At EICMA, the company also unveiled the Thunderbird Night Storm and the Triumph Rocket X. The special edition bikes will receive cosmetic changes and will be available in limited numbers.
Suzuki have revealed two new factory-built special editions motorcycles for the UK market – the 2014 Hayabusa GSX1300RZ and the GSX-R750Z.
The new special edition GSX1300RZ Hayabusa features a host of aesthetic highlights, including a special red and black two-tone paint scheme and seat, as well as gold-anodised fork caps, adjusters, steering stem-nut and chain adjusters. Black Brembo calipers with red lettering complete the look, to help buyers of this legendary hyperbike stand out from the crowd.
The second offering is the 2014 GSX-R750Z special edition. Taking similar design cues as the Hayabusa, the GSX-R750Z boasts a unique red and black livery and a red seat. Like the Hayabusa, it also receives silver Brembo monobloc calipers with red lettering, dark gold-anodised steering stem-nut, chain adjusters and front forks, with red anodised fork caps and adjusters.
Pricing of both the Hayabusa and Gixxer special editions have been kept the same.
Story: Sayem Parvez Syed