It’s fairly easy to slip into a comfort zone with the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350X, given how the low, flat handlebar lets you whip it around in traffic.
"ROHM is convinced that this new automotive panel-chipset is necessary for the Indian market as it will enhance both safety and comfort," ROHM Semiconductor India Managing Director Daisuke Nakamura said.
Triumph Tiger 800 new series launched in India: There are more than 200 upgrades to the chassis and engine, which is more responsive and optimised, in the new line up, Triumph Motorcycles India said in a statement.
Auto Expo 2018: The Emflux One is powered by a 9.7kWh Lithium-ion battery and can go up to a maximum speed of 200 km/hour.
Auto Expo 2018: SR125 has the DNA of Aprilia and is more affordable, Piaggio India CEO and MD Diego Graffi told reporters here. Powered by a 3-valve engine, SR125 comes with 14-inch wheels and wider tyres. The vehicle will be available across Aprilia and Vespa dealerships in the country.
The motorcycle would be hit the road by end of this month. Currently TVS Motor retails Apache RTR 160cc RTR 180cc, RTR 200cc.
The new Syrah Matte Red finish gives the motorcyles a very sharp look that is in consonance with their racing DNA.
GST impact on bikes: Under GST regime, two-wheelers under 350 cc draw a tax rate of 28 per cent, while those motorcycles above 350cc will attract an additional cess of 3 per cent over and above the 28 per cent tax, making the total to 31 per cent.
Harley says a clamp on an engine oil cooler line may not have been installed correctly, which can cause oil line come loose, spewing oil into the path of the rear tire.
Scooters have done well with a double digit growth of around 12-15 per cent.
According to reports, the Honda Activa 4G has some new styling features.
KTM has just launched the latest offerings in its streetfighter lineup, the 200 Duke, the 390 Duke, and for the first time, a 250 Duke.
Yamaha launched its latest 250cc bike FZ 25 priced at Rs 1.2 lakh as its banking on premium bikes and scooters to achieve its target.
The Dominar 400 is powered by a 373 cc triple spark four valve DTS-i engine with fuel injection and liquid cooling.
"We are targeting about 20 per cent of the segment and if achieve that the Dominar will be a USD 1 billion brand in the next 12-18 months," Bajaj officials said.
The bike’s dangerous, the technology is limited, from where we’re looking at it, there’s a chance that it’ll go up in flames, or be hit by either an irresponsible driver or a driverless car whose software has gone all haywire.
The variant-Access 125 Special Edition, has been crafted to make a retro style statement with exclusive styling elements.
The two-wheeler major further plans to hike the production of the bike, which has been crafted from the metal of INS Vikrant, in order to meet demand.
Bringing in a wealth of experience in marketing, sales and operations, Sajeev Rajasekharan, who according to Suzuki, will bring fresh thinking into the industry.
The campaign will cover the Access 125 scooters manufactured between March 8 and June 22 in 2016. Starting July 13, owners of the vehicles covered will be contacted by Suzuki dealers, the company said in a statement.