BikeAdvice Weekly Newsletter No.6

As the sixth Hot newsletter arrives, so was the week, Hot and Juicy with lot of turn-on’s in the automotive industry and that’s what we bike enthusiasts want all the time. OK, let’s have a look at what happened in Bike advice last week.

Kawasaki Bajaj Caliber – My First Love: It’s about a True love story of a True biker who loved and will always love his steed that took him places. Of Course Size does matter in most of the things, but for him it doesn’t. Read more…

Will Hero Honda Retain it’s Sweet Spot Again?: As the world always says, only the toughest can survive, now it’s time for Hero Honda to take up that strategy of surviving with it’s strong competitors offering more value for buck. Read more…

Kawasaki Enters India!: Yes, you heard it right! The Japanese Green Lime Colours Kwacker is in India followed by all the major brands that’s present in India. As per the sources Kawasaki will set up a unit at their Indian partner Bajaj Auto Ltds Chakan plant in Pune, Maharashtra which will cost the company an initial investment of Rs 5 crore. Read more…

Yamaha plans big for India: Yes, Yamaha India has bigger plans for it’s customers as Yamaha is planning to make India as a hub to manufacture premium motorbikes for the global markets. This might be the outcome of the impressive triple fold increase in two wheeler exports from India. Read more…

Bajaj increases stake in KTM: Though this might not be the official entry for KTM bikes in India, but may be a starting step as India’s second largest two wheeler manufacturer has officially increased it’s stake with KTM from 31.92 percent to 35.67 percent. Read more…

Yamaha Sells 85,000 Units Of FZ In 2009: This is about the sexy naked looker that wears a 140 sized rear foot wear and it’s new avatars in and as Sporty Electric Blue and sexy Black Cyber Green and it’s previous history mentioning the sales record of the FZ series from Yamaha. Read more…

Mahindra to Launch Motorcycles by 2011: Yes, the Scorpio guys who have mastered the engineering of scooters by selling out Duro, Rodeo has plans to launch a Motorcycle by the year 2011. Although we exactly don’t know what exactly is the stable in hand, but pretty sure that that it will satisfy almost everyone. Read more…

– Ram

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