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.
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The 2019 Audi A6, which debuted at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show, was recently spotted testing in Mahabaleshwar. The all-new model will hit the Indian market here in 2019 for a starting price of around INR 55 lakh (ex-showroom).
IAB reader has spotted a test mule of the 'Redline Pearl' Jeep Compass Trailhawk Visually, the Jeep Compass Trailhawk can be differentiated from the top-spec Limited trim with the matte black decal on the hood, a distinctive grille trim, unique alloy wheels, the iconic 'Trail Rated' badge on the front fenders and the 'Trailhawk' badge on the boot lid.
The Tata 45X, introduced as a dramatic concept at Auto Expo 2018, is the first model Tata Motors is developing on the basis of the Advanced Modular Platform or 'AlphaARC'. Reports suggest that the hatchback will debut a new 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine, a mild-hybrid system and eventually a dual-clutch automatic transmission. A 1.5-litre diesel engine and manual transmission options will come at the launch.
When KTM launched the Duke 200, it single-handedly change the face of what we perceived as a entry-level sports bike. Now, all these years later, the Austrian bike manufacturer aims to do it again with the Duke 125.