Following is the ownership review of the Bajaj V15 by Indian Autos Blog reader, Mr. Rohit Srivastav. These are his impressions of the motorcycle in his first week of ownership.
Is it a mere upgrade to the smaller Apaches or does it have the capacity to cater to a diverse audience? There was indeed a significant gap between the last iteration of the Apache RTR, the RTR 180
After writing the article on the need for cruiser bikes in India, I thought of evaluating an Indian cruiser bikes. Luckily my good friend Ifti had bought a Bajaj Avenger a few days back and it
TVS has come up with its new model TVS Flame SR125. It is a 125 cc bike capable of generating 10.5 Bhp@7500 rpm and a maximum of torque of 10nm@ 6000 rpm. The bike comes with a 3 valve CCVTI engine
After taking a test ride of the powerful Apache RTR 180, I thought I should try a much lighter bike this time from commuter segment. Immediately what crossed my mind was the newly launched Honda CBF
Eying a big potential for luxury bikes in India, where tastes are changing from mass-market machines to high-end bikes, Honda and Bajaj are looking at launching new sportsbikes in the country in the
What? Honda CBF Stunner 125 When? On sale now How Much? Rs 59,037 (OTR Chennai) Build Quality and Styling Bajaj predicted that people are bored with 100cc bikes and
Ultra Motor, the UK-based two-wheeler maker has planned to invest Rs.150 crores in India over the next three years, and what better time other than now, is perfect for checking out their products.
What? Bajaj Discover 135 DTS-i When? On sale now How Much? Rs 59,955 (OTR Chennai) Bajaj's Discover was launched in 2004 and what a success it has been. It was the