The Triumph Speed 400 has entered the Indian market to make its presence felt as a fierce competitor in the 300-cc to 400-cc space. We swing a leg over it to find out if the Bajaj-Triumph partnership has figured out the winning formula.[Read more…]
Yezdi Motorcycles made a comeback to the Indian market under the umbrella of Classic Legends. Since their launch, this resurrected brand has stirred a lot of interest among enthusiasts and fans of retro-modern motorcycles. We got a chance to test ride all three motorycles both on- and off-road.[Read more…]
Hybrid variants of the Yamaha RayZR 125 Fi and RayZR SR 125 Fi have been launched in India priced at Rs 76,830 and Rs 83,830 respectively (ex-showroom).[Read more…]
The Ducati Multistrada V4 and V4 S have been launched in the country at a price of Rs 18.99 lakh and Rs 23.10 lakh (ex-showroom) respectively.
The 2022 Ducati Hypermotard 950 family is about to launch with a number of updates including Euro 5 emission norm compliance. [Read more…]
The 2021 KTM RC 390 has been spied in its production-ready avatar causing excitement for the orange sportbike fans. [Read more…]
The KTM 250 Adventure has been officially made its debut in our good ol’ market today for the price of Rs 2.48 lakh (ex-showroom). [Read more…]
Dealers have registered sales of 163 units of the recently-launched 250-cc Husqvarna Svartpilen and Vitpilen
Husqvarna announced their entry into the Indian market in late February, and the Swedish brand has already registered sales of 163 units of their two models. The strikingly-designed bikes share their engines and underpinnings with the KTM 250 Duke, with each having a distinct identity; the Vitpilen 250 is a naked streetfighter with an aggressive riding position, while the Svartpilen sports a scrambler-inspired design and upright ergonomics.
Both bikes are powered by the familiar 248-cc liquid-cooled single that pumps out 30 horses and 24 Nm of twist, and are available at a competitive introductory price of Rs 1.8 lakh (ex-showroom).
The new Honda Unicorn BS VI comes with an updated engine and some styling tweaks, improved ergonomics, and, finally, an engine kill switch.
The Bajaj Chetak electric scooter has been launched in India at Rs 1 lakh and will be available in KTM showrooms in Bangalore and Pune to start with.