The Honda SP 125 sells like hot cakes and with interesting sales figures, the Hero Glamour poses strong competition. The recently-launched Bajaj Pulsar 125 is also quite an interesting offering. The latest entrant in the 125-cc segment is the TVS Raider. TVS did try their luck at the 125-cc segment with motorcycles such as the Victor GLX 125, Flame, and the Phoenix but failed to see the success they were looking for in the market. Now after a period of four years, TVS are back in the game with their sporty commuter – the Raider 125.[Read more…]
The KTM 125 Duke has been launched in India for an introductory price of Rs 1.50 lakh (ex-showroom).
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.
The Bajaj Pulsar 125 Neon has been launched in India for a price of Rs 66,618 (ex-showroom).
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).
The premium scooter segment sales are soaring by the day. [Read more…]
India’s fourth largest motorcycle manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, have decided to focus on the “everyday, commuter and commuter deluxe” segment for the Indian market.
Among the most popular scooters in India, the Aviator, Activa 125, and Grazia, have been recalled for inspection by Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI). The company will check and, if need be, replace the ‘Bolt flange 10×42’ mounted in the front fork which caused excessive hardness.
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.