Driving is often termed as an art to detox your soul and mind, by the enthusiasts. But for someone who isn’t fascinated much by the cars, it is more of an activity to commute from one place to another. But handling a car is a job that needs a little more than just to know the process of driving. So here are a few car driving tips and tricks to keep in mind when taking up the process to learn driving.
Hero Electric has been making strides in the Indian electric two-wheeler market. We recently got our hands on one of their products, NYX ER. The scooter comes with a an extended range, thanks to a pair of 48V/28Ah lithium-ion batteries. The electric motor has a standard output of 600W and a peak power of 1300W. The long wheelbase of the scooter gives the rider ample room to stretch out. The pillion seat can be folded to act as a backrest for the rider. So how practical is this EV
We take a closer look at the Benelli Leoncino 250, which is the younger sibling of the Leoncino 500. The bike has a price of Rs 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom) and most of the visual aspects of the Benelli Leoncino 250 are identical to the Leoncino 500.
Confused about what you need to check while buying a used car? It is only natural. One must be weary of all the pitfall that come with buying a pre-owned vehicle. While making sure that the paperwork is in place is essential, there are certain things to look for when you physically inspect the car.
Honda's first BS-VI compliant scooter, Activa 125 comes in three different trims - Standard, Drum/Alloy and Disc. The BS-VI Honda Activa 125 comes with a LED headlight along with a signature LED Position Lamp. The revised front fascia packs a chrome chest on the apron.
After getting our first impressions of the new Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 on track, Jatin Chibber gets an opportunity to test it out on the roads. Is it the perfect everyday sportsbike? Does it appeal to college students and young professionals alike? Watch on to know further.
The 2020 Skoda Octavia has made its world debut. The all-new model builds on the third generation’s design language and features a much more dynamic and alluring physical appearance. It looks leaner, meaner and sportier than the outgoing model.
The Maruti Gypsy, which was the second generation Jimny, is an instantly recognizable vehicle to Indians. This is because of the vehicle's extensive usage in by the Indian police force in the past. The Italian police force recently added 10 Suzuki Jimny to their fleet and we wonder is the Indian police force could also do the same, keeping in mind their history.
The Jawa Perak Bobber has been launched in India at an ex-showroom price tag of INR 1,94,500. The bookings will start from January 2020 while the deliveries are scheduled to commenced from April.