At Rs 65,000, ex-showroom in Pune, the SR 150 is probably the most affordable Aprilia ever but apart from its affordability, India’s first moto sport scooter is every bit an Aprilia [Read more…]
Yamaha India establish their second research and development centre with the stated aim of developing models for India as well as the Global market [Read more…]
In our last 110-cc comparison the TVS Scooty Zest came out with flying colours, and for a good reason too. Now Yamaha have a new entrant in this segment, after the Ray and Ray Z, in the form of the Fascino. It was only natural that we should pit it against the reigning leader
TVS motors have been working hard to increase their share in the domestic and international markets. [Read more…]
Everybody wants to go fast on a motorcycle. Everybody can go fast on a motorcycle. The question is, can everybody stop as quickly and keep the motorcycle under control when a variable is thrown into the equation? No. Not everyone. [Read more…]
Would you like a power scooter? How bad is city traffic? Is it bad enough to fore-go your geared motorcycle in favour of an automatic scooter? If you’ve answered ‘yes’ to that last question, you probably would be considering a 125-cc scooter, because, apart from the Aprilia SRV 850, that’s all we have. [Read more…]
One of India’s leading auto component manufacturers – Tata AutoComp Systems, have collaborated with a Japanese firm – GS Yuasa [Read more…]
Honda are not one to rest on their laurels and as 2014 comes to an end, they have already outlined their business plan for the next year. A look back at 2014 makes it clear that Honda are keen on increasing their market share in India with a renewed strategy.