Honda Motorcycles & Scooters India (HMSI) has launched the Honda CB300R at an ex-showroom (pan-India) price of INR 2.41 lakh. The new motorcycle, which has been on sale in over 40 countries, comes to us via CKD route. Bookings of the new model have been underway since last month for a token amount of INR 5,000.
The IAB has just returned from the palaces of Udaipur and can't stop raving about the brand new Wagon R. Here's our first drive review of the same. Moreover, for the first time ever, the Wagon R has received a 1.2-litre engine option in the form of the K12M motor that propels some of the costlier five-door models in the company's lineup.
Mahindra & Mahindra will launch the XUV300 in the first half of February 2019. The main talking point of the Maruti Vitara Brezza rival is its lengthy equipment list, which comprises segment-leading items which, as per the company, ensure that the new model isn't merely 'a car to get one from point A to point B at a low per km cost.
The Honda CB300R will be launched in India on 8 February. In a surprise move, Honda Motorcycles & Scooters India (HMSI) announced on 16 January that the CB300R neo sports café will be launched in India below INR 2.5 lakh (ex-showroom) and will be imported into the country as a CKD pack. The Honda CB300R will be retailed via Honda’s Super Bike dealer network.
Essentially the production avatar of the Hyundai HND-14 'Carlino' concept from Auto Expo 2016, the Hyundai Styx (Hyundai QXi) will leverage the burgeoning demand for sub-4 metre SUVs in its effort to become one of HMIL's best sellers.
Alongside the launch of the Yamaha FZ V3.0 series, India Yamaha Motor had displayed the new Darknight colour variant of the Yamaha R15 V3.0 ABS.
At the launch of the new Yamaha FZ V3.0 range, the Japanese bike maker has also introduced the ABS versions of the Yamaha FZ25 and the Yamaha Fazer 25 in India to comply with the upcoming safety guidelines. The Yamaha FZ25 with dual-channel ABS has been priced at INR 1.33 lakh*. On the other hand, the Yamaha Fazer 25 dual-channel ABS variant costs INR 1.43 lakh*.
The Yamaha FZ V3.0 range receives a design overhaul with a new LED headlight along with a digital LCD instrument cluster on top of it. The motorcycle features a redesigned fuel tank with extended shrouds, an engine belly cover (FZ-S only) and a reprofiled tail section with a new single-piece aluminium grab handle. Other changes include Yamaha FZ25 sourced 17-inch alloy wheels and exhaust canister, and a single-piece seat.
MG is officially entering India and will be offering an SUV as their first product. We take a look at what it will have in store once it's here.