Most Popular Bikes in India

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Honda Dream Neo Kick Drum Alloy

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has launched another model in its Dream series of motorcycles to fill the empty spaces of the commuter segment. Christened as Honda Dream Neo, It derives its styling from its elder sibling - Dream Yuga. Released in Bollywood-style, the bike carries a tagline “Apni film ka superstar” to make the owner feel like a superstar. The prime focus of the bike is on the ...

TVS Scooty Pep Plus

TVS Scooty range has always been the first choice of women in India. The range has been designed in such a way that female riders love to put their hands-on them. Crafted with the motive to enhance the number of female riders in the country, Scooty is serving Indians since 1994. Currently, there are three models in the line-up viz. Streak, Pep Plus and Zest. TVS Scooty Pep Plus is available in...

Yamaha Ray 113

Yamaha Ray is presently one of the most worthy and promising scooters available in the 110cc Indian scooter market. Within a few years of its inception, this vale for money product has shown some decent sales figures to the company and has been the best selling scooter in Yamaha’s portfolio so far. Designed for everyone, it has gained a huge appreciation in the country due to its superior perfor...

Hero Electric Photon Vrla

Indian auto industry gets another high-end electric scooter christened as Hero Electric Photon. It comes with great body dynamics and promises a power-packed, pollution free commuting.The scooter propels through a VRLA 33 AH/48V battery that makes the motor churn out a peak power output of 1500 watt. This pushes the vehicle to an impressive speed of 45kmph. The vehicle is equipped with disc bra...

Yamaha SZ RR

Yamaha SZ was introduced few years back as the third 150cc offering by the company in the Indian market after YZF-R15 and FZ. The bike makes a perfect match for those who prefer a good looking entry-level performance motorcycle that fulfills the value for money statement. However, it isn't one of the best selling products of the company but still somehow manages to show a fair amount of sales in...

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Indus Yo Speed

Petrol prices are increasing day by day which has forced the two-wheeler makers to think about an alternative source of fuel. At present, the auto makers are investing a lot on electric vehicles and you can see a good number of electric two-wheelers and a few of four-wheelers. Electrotherm Group's Indus arm produces electric two-wheelers under the brand Yobykes. The company has a good reputati...

Mahindra Centuro O1

Mahindra is known as the most celebrated utility vehicle brand in India. The company has a wide range of SUVs and Jeeps in India. After proving itself in the Indian four wheeler market, the company thought to try their hand in the Indian two wheeler market. But the challenges of the most emerging two-wheeler market are even bigger and the prominent player of the four-wheels, struggling on two-wh...

Hyosung St7

Hyosung ST7 is an old-school cruiser introduced by the Korean manufacturer. Powering the bike is a 678cc, liquid-cooled, 90° V-twin engine that generates a peak power of 57.66bhp at 8,000 rpm with a maximum torque of 57Nm at 6,000rpm. It uses a five-speed transmission and wet multiplate clutch to drive the rear wheels through a belt. Hyosung ST7 runs on 120/80 16 60W tyre at the front and 170/...

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Hyosung Gt 650r

The renowned Korean motorcycle manufacturer - Hyosung offers its three products in it GT line-up in India that comprises of Hyosung GT650R, 650N and 250R. Out of these, as the name suggests, Hyosung GT250R is the smallest motorcycle in terms of power that comes with a well-defined purpose of serving its buyers with some real motorcycling experience. The bike made its appearance few years back in...

Hero Electric Optima Plus Sa

Hero Electric Optima+ is one of the leading players in company’s portfolio. The scooter comes with an upright body design and promises pollution-free silent operation. It caters everyday commuting needs and cuts down running costs impressively. The Optima+ doesn’t have a start button and all it needs is a twist of the key. Hero Electric Optima+ is equipped with SLA 48V/20Ah battery, which takes...