A few days back, Bajaj’s official Facebook page revealed the new dual-tone snazzier colours one by one. So, the first to let out was the Black-White dual, followed by the Red-Black dual and the last one was the Blue-Black dual tone.
There was one confusion which prevailed; Would Bajaj discontinue the current solid colours? And here comes the answer. Yes the solid colours, with the exception of black, have been discontinued. Though there is no official press release by Bajaj on this development, they have silently updated the official website with the changes. [click to continue…]
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Triumph’s Indian entry was awaited like no other international manufacturer’s. It was delayed by almost a couple of years, however, they finally launched their products yesterday and it was all at one go!
While we will talk about Triumph’s details, let us have a quick dekko at Triumph’s motorcycles announced prices and let us compare them with what they declared during the Auto Expo 2012 (Stall and Details here). [click to continue…]
One day we must sit back and count how many Discover mules we have caught during a span of the last few months. We have yet another incident of getting encountered with ‘another’ Bajaj Discover mule on the streets of Pune, just yesterday.
All this is on the backdrop of Bajaj officially announcing tons of new Discover models for our market to strengthen their position in the entry level 100-125cc segment in India which has been dominated by Hero for the last decades. [click to continue…]
The nest at Milwaukee is stirring, and we are sure there must be atleast two groups emerging. One that wants to continue clutching on to the old straws, and the other is that which wants to change things, and Move On!!
For the moment, one group basks in the glory of victory, as Harley-Davidson has broken its mould and has gotten out of the cocoon. As they decide to go all guns blazing for emerging markets like India, Italy, Spain and Portugal, the V-Twin powerplants of Harley-Davidson drop to a new low in terms of capacity. [click to continue…]
We are at the venue of Triumph’s India launch announcement in Delhi. As the launch proceedings are going on, here are quick details about what has been revealed so far.
- Triumph has launched as many as 10 products for India
- Triumph has also launched its first set of dealerships for our markets
- Prices start from Rs 5.7 Lakh ex-showroom for Bonneville and go all the way uptil Rs 20 Lakh for Rocket III [click to continue…]
So the D-Day has come..! This has been a pretty busy week for us. Honda world premiered their next-gen City on 25th and then we have this Goa Burn Up Royal Enfield Continental GT media ride and launch days and today Triumph’s India launch in Delhi again.
We are running from pillar to post to cover everything. While I am writing this article sitting in Goa, our Delhi team is preparing to set out for the Triumph’s launch which is scheduled at a prominent hotel in New Delhi. [click to continue…]
As you must have known by now, I am at Royal Enfield Goa Burn Up event riding around the town on a beautiful red Continental GT. We kept you updated about its official All-India launch yesterday at our Facebook page. Here is a report on its launch which was conducted yesterday evening at the Grand Hyatt in Goa.
Continental GT is Royal Enfield’s best shot at fame yet. I have not seen them publicizing their motorcycles as much. And interestingly, still all the current ones sold (and sell) like hot cakes and the company is still battling with long waiting periods. Here are the important pointers from the launch of Continental GT: [click to continue…]