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- Mar 19, 2018 | Posted in: TVS Videos |50 Views |
After giving us very exciting Apaches for the last couple of years, in the form of the RTR 200 and the RR 310, TVS has turned its attention to the baby Apache... the RTR 160. But this Apache RTR 160 4V isn’t a mere facelift. It’s all new. It’s powered by a 159.7cc single cylinder air cooled motor that’s been derived from the RTR 200, and features a 4-valve head along with oil cooling. Available in both fuel injected and carbureted versions, it’s the most powerful bike in its segment.
- Mar 15, 2018 | Posted in: Yamaha Videos |408 Views |
Racetrack-worthy chassis and hi-tech engine packaged into a racy-looking motorcycle that’s dished out at a price just within reach of college goers -- this has been the Yamaha R15’s golden formula. The third generation R15 is now here and it is very familiar in many ways, but it is also promising to move the goalposts forward too in many ways. Which goalposts? And by how much? We listed our expectations and then hopped aboard the R15 V3.0 at the Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai to see if they turn out to be True or False.
- Mar 12, 2018 | Posted in: Aprilia Videos |168 Views |
Launched at Auto Expo 2018, the Aprilia SR125 is the latest scooter from the Italian motorcycle maker to hit the country. It’s based on the sporty SR150, and carries over its design as well, except for some new paint schemes and stickers. Even suspension, brakes and tyres have been carried over for a properly fun riding experience. But the biggest change here is a 125cc engine, that has been derived from the Vespa 125, in a bid to make it more frugal and appeal to a wider audience. The Aprilia SR125 is priced at Rs 65,310 (ex-showroom Delhi).
- Mar 10, 2018 | Posted in: Bajaj Videos |269 Views |
The new Avenger 180 is sort of life coming full circle for the Avenger lineup. One of the earliest cruiser motorcycles to be launched in India, the first ever Bajaj Avenger came with a displacement of 180cc. We did have the Bajaj Eliminator before that, but then the Avenger was an all-Indian effort. It did make way for larger 200 and then 220cc updates, the latter of which spawned the Street and Cruise series, and more recently, a smaller 150cc version too. Now though, the Avenger 180 replaces the 150. Why, you ask. Bajaj says there is no substitute for displacement. A larger engine means more power and torque which in turn translates to better city and highway performance. The question, though, is what does it do to value, the prime factor, as this is India’s most affordable cruiser, replacing what was India’s most affordable cruiser to start with.
- Feb 27, 2018 | Posted in: Triumph Videos |168 Views |
We thought the expansive Bonneville family would be complete with the introduction of the Bobber. But clearly, Triumph had other ideas. Despite having the most successful motorcycle on its hands in its 115-year history, Triumph has added another model to its Bonneville lineup, the Speedmaster. The Bobber and the Speedmaster follow the same basic philosophy but differ in one critical area. Where the Bobber is for the solitary rider, the Speedmaster is geared for taking a pillion along. Of course, the Speedmaster has a different suspension geometry and handling characteristics. That’s why we’ve come to sunny California to find out.
- Feb 18, 2018 | Posted in: TVS Videos |1149 Views |
The NTorq is one of the first upcoming tech-laden and unconventionally styled 125cc scooters. With the NTorq, TVS has moved away from its conventional design language. Fit and finish are top notch, with the premium quality plastics all around. The large LCD instrument console displays comprehensive data, Bluetooth and an app which also displays navigation. Powering the NTorq is an all-new 124.49cc air-cooled single cylinder motor that makes 9.4PS at 7500rpm and 10.5Nm of torque at 5500rpm, which is among the highest in the class. It is a refined unit with good mid-range performance. Despite being a compact scooter, the NTorq comes with a wide and comfortable seat, though it gets a smaller floorboard. The NTorq is stable at high speeds, stable in corners and yet offers good ride comfort. TVS has managed to get a good balance between ride and handling so as to attract both the young and mature crowd.
- Feb 12, 2018 | Posted in: BMW Videos |372 Views |
BMW Motorrad has launched the F 750 GS here at the Auto Expo 2018 with a price tag of Rs 12.2 lakh (ex-showroom India). Just like the F 850 GS, the F 750 GS can be booked now across all BMW Motorrad dealerships. The deliveries are set to commence in mid-2018. The middleweight adventure-tourer will replace the F 700 GS internationally, while in India, it comes in as BMW’s youngest sibling in the GS family (for now). The all-new F 850 GS has been launched at Rs 13.7 lakh (ex-showroom India). Bookings have already commenced across all BMW Motorrad dealerships, while deliveries are scheduled for mid-2018. It serves as a replacement for the current F 800 GS. According to the company, the F 850 GS promises to be better than the current model in terms of off-roading capabilities, electronic wizardry and engine performance. It was first showcased at the 2017 EICMA Show along with the F 750 GS.
- Feb 12, 2018 | Posted in: BMW Videos |462 Views |
BMW Motorrad unveiled the G 310 GS adventure tourer based on the G 310 R at the Auto Expo 2018 today. The GS version of the motorcycle made its first public appearance last year at the EICMA motorcycle show in Milan. The G 310 R, which was on display at the Auto Expo 2016, is already on sale in Europe and biking enthusiasts in the country can't wait to get their hands on one. Now, BMW Motorrad has confirmed that both bikes will be launched in the country in the second half of 2018. Once launched, the BMW G 310 R will rival the KTM 390 Duke, Kawasaki Z250 and the Benelli TNT 300. The BMW G 310 GS, on the other hand, take on the likes of the Royal Enfield Himalayan, the Mahindra Mojo and the Kawasaki Versys X300. The main rivalry, however, will come in the form of the upcoming KTM 390 Adventure.
- Feb 10, 2018 | Posted in: Yamaha Videos |1211 Views |
Yamaha has finally launched the new R15 Version 3.0 in India to the delight of two-wheeler enthusiasts. The 2018 Yamaha R15 Version 3.0 has been priced at Rs 1.25 lakh, which makes it about Rs 8,000 more expensive than its predecessor. Yamaha has been testing the new R15 in India for the past few months and there have been many spy shots of the motorcycle on the internet too. There is one big difference between the India-spec R15 Version 3.0 and the international model and that is the missing USD forks, done to keep costs under check. How much have the telescopic forks altered the handling dynamics of the new motorcycle is something that we can only tell once we get our hands on the bike for a road test. It will compete against the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 and the KTM RC 200 in our two-wheeler market.
- Feb 10, 2018 | Posted in: TVS Videos |1354 Views |
Manufacturers can spring a surprise at the Auto Expo from time to time, and TVS has done exactly that with the Zeppelin concept. Known more for their sporty bikes, TVS is gauging people's reactions to their idea of what a cruiser should be like. There is a retro-modern vibe to the Zeppelin's design - with LED headlamps, brushed silver panels, a belt final drive and a modern, angular design paired with a very old-school steeply-raked, laid-back cruiser stance. The concept has a 220cc, single-cylinder engine paired with a patented e-Boost mild-hybrid system. We take a closer look at what could be an exciting addition to the TVS lineup later in 2018.
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