We managed to get hold of TVS Racing’s ace rally pilot for a quick Rapid Fire interview. We talked about motorcycles, racing and a few other things as well. Check out the video now.[Read more…]
Buying a new motorcycle: Compromise Now or Invest for Long-term?
The lockdown has been bad for motorcycle manufacturers because they were not able to sell a single unit in the month of April but buying a new motorcycle now is not a bad idea. [Read more…]
Harley-Davidson Lockdown Initiatives
American bike maker Harley-Davidson have announced several new initiatives for their customers during the ongoing COVID-19 lockdown.
Triumph EMIs to be Covered Up to Three Months
Triumph EMIs will be covered for a period of up to three months if one buys a motorcycle from their classic range in May 2020. [Read more…]
Precautions Two-wheeler Dealerships Are Taking As They Begin to Open
With lockdown restrictions easing up around the country, dealerships of India’s biggest two-wheeler manufacturers are slowly resuming operations again. Here are the steps these dealerships will be taking to ensure a secure, experience and keep customers protected from the spread of COVID-19. [Read more…]
Droom Launch Jumpstart, A Post-COVID-19 Doorstep Two-Wheeler Service
Digital used automobile marketplace Droom have come up with a novel solution to help vehicles lying idle during the COVID-19 lockdown to get going again, a service they are calling Jumpstart. [Read more…]
Coronavirus: Two-wheeler Sales To Surge Post Lockdown?
Post Coronavirus lockdown, people could avoid public transport and prefer to travel on their own vehicle which might increase two-wheeler sales in India.
Triumph Motorcycles India Customer Care During Lockdown
Triumph are looking out for their customers during the current COVID-19 pandemic by extending warranties, deferring the expected BS6 price hike and reworking service schedules.
Two-wheeler Dealers Brace For Post Coronavirus Lockdown Woes
Even though the future has plenty of challenges in store, we need to come together and help the automobile industry stay afloat.
Expected Decline in FY21 Two-wheeler Sales
Coronavirus lockdown is likely to cause a slump in FY21 two-wheeler sales as compared to the previous fiscal. [Read more…]