KYMCO, now also in India as 22KYMCO, showcased some interesting models at EICMA 2019. The KYMCO RevoNEX high-performance electric motorcycle and the new Ionex-powered i-One DX were the highlights. [Read more…]
EICMA2019 Kawasaki revealed some stunners at EICMA 2019 show in Milan, Italy. The new Ninja 1000SX and Z models are the highlights of their 2020 onslaught.
The 300-cc segment in India has been growing fast over the past few years and more manufacturers have entered this segment with some credible offerings. Let’s compare three promising naked bikes that are currently on sale in India.
AMW CFMoto have just launched four bikes in India, out of which the 300NK is the entry-level offering. The 300NK is the latest 300-cc motorcycle available in India, that released just a few months after the Honda CB300R. The BMW G 310 R is the most expensive offering in this segment. Here is a specification comparison sheet for you to decide which naked streetfighter suits your needs.
BMW Motorrad have announced cosmetic upgrades for their 2020 motorcycle range and have also cut down prices for a few performance upgrades. Here is a list of the upgrades being offered.
Super SOCO offer a variety of electric two-wheelers in the UK. Let’s take a look at what they have.
BMW is finally set to launch the new BMW S 1000 RR in India and we are eagerly awaiting its imminent arrival. The BMW S 1000 RR, as we know, is one of the most powerful litre-class superbikes that one can buy. But this isn’t the only bike vying for the top spot.
The Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 made a clean sweep of all the “Bike of the Year” awards, including the Bike India Two-wheeler of the Year Award and the Indian Motorcycle of the Year (IMOTY) Award.
Suzuki have announced their retirement from the commuter segment and are all set to bring in some new premium and higher-displacement motorcycles, to take on the competition.
Enthusiasts can rejoice; after what seems like forever, Yamaha India have decided to shift their attention away from small 100- to 150-cc commuters and concentrate on the development of more powerful, higher displacement machines. [Read more…]
The resurrected Jawa badge makes it first appearance on not one, but three iterations, the classic ‘Jawa’, the ‘Jawa forty two’, and ‘Perak’, a bobber model that will be launched later, priced from Rs 1.55 lakh (ex-showroom).