A perfect segment for Indian roads I am glad that the mid-capacity segment is catching up in this country. This segment is apt for Indian riding conditions because there are a lot of current and upcoming motorcycles in this category that are affordable.
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Overview: Bajaj Auto introduced the Avenger family to bring the pleasure of highway-cruising to the masses. The Avenger 220 was soon followed by a smaller 150 Street. This brought the cruiser segment even closer to the budget-conscious customers. Bajaj
Overview: The 150cc market in India is one of the most happening segments after the quantity-driven 100-125 cc commuter space. It is easy to see why: this segment offers both frugality and sportiness in one delectable package that wouldn’t burn a hole
Overview Launched way back in 2008, the Yamaha YZF-R15 captured the hearts of hardcore track tamers and casual performance enthusiasts alike. It was the first 150 cc motorcycle in the Indian market to feature advanced features like liquid cooling, fully
Overview TVS Motor Company has played a prominent role in mobilizing this nation. The TVS XL moped made the concept of private transportation a reality to countless rural customers. Women got their two-wheeled freedom with the TVS Scooty, and its popularity
Overview Bajaj Auto launched the 2018 Bajaj Discover 110 last month priced at INR 50,176 (ex-showroom, Delhi). With the new 2018 Bajaj Discover 110, the brand is targeting conservative buyers who want a no-nonsense commuter to take them from point A to
Overview: The 125cc commuter segment is perfect for those who are looking for a bit more power than a 100 or a 110 cc commuter, but also be practical enough for daily commutes. The Splendor range has been doing well in the market since its launch way
Overview Hero MotoCorp is synonymous with no-nonsense commuting. With over 6,000 dealerships spread across the country, the Indian bike maker has given
Overview Suzuki arrived relatively late to the sporty 150 cc segment. Sure, they had the GS150R since 2008, but it was unable to match the popularity of
TVS has a rich, passion-fuelled history in the racing industry. It all started in 1984 when a TVS moped clocked a whopping 105 kmph. Then, in the following years, the company won numerous rallies with legendary motorcycles like the Shogun and the Shaolin.
The Honda Grazia has been recently launched in the country for INR 57,897, ex-showroom, Delhi. Is it just another scooter from Honda or is it something more than that? Let’s find out, shall we? Founded in 1999, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, Private
With the Honda Cliq, the Japanese brand is targeting “up-country customers with a progressive mindset”. But will the Cliq really click with its target audience? Read on to find out! Two-wheelers in India were used for utilitarian purposes
It all began with the NXR750 at the 1986 Dakar Rally. With four consecutive wins (1986-89) at the world’s toughest rally, the engineers at Honda brought out the production version of the Honda XRV650 Africa Twin. The bike later became the XRV750 Africa
If you’re a millennial in India, you’d definitely remember the heart racing Pulsar commercials by Bajaj Auto. The Pulsar brand has been one of the first to spearhead the culture of leisure motorcycling in India. After that, two-wheelers were no longer
The Indian commuter segment (two-wheelers) is the most challenging section of the market to crack. For years the segment has been synonymous with products first from Hero Honda and now, Hero MotoCorp. There though, have been motorcycles which might not