Yamaha Sells 85,000 Units Of FZ In 2009

After a spiraling success of the stupendous 150cc FZ16, Yamaha launched another variant of the same bike with exactly same features albeit with different color tones and named it FZ-S. Fortunately for Yamaha, FZ-S...

Bajaj increases stake in KTM

India’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer, Pune based Bajaj Auto Ltd, increased its shareholding in Europe’s second largest motorcycle manufacturer, KTM Power Sports AG from 31.92 percent to 35.67 percent. According to Bajaj the deal took...

Yamaha plans big for India

Buoyed by a threefold increase, Japanese automobile manufacturer Yamaha is planning to make India as a hub to manufacture premium motorbikes for the global markets. This might be an outcome of the impressive triple...

Kawasaki Enters India!

After Honda, Yamaha and Suzuki, Kawasaki Heavy Industries has decided to set up their subsidiary in India under the name of India Kawasaki Motors. In fact, the official entry of Kawasaki has been done...

Will Hero Honda Retain it’s Sweet Spot Again?

When Japanese automobile giant, Honda, partnered with Hero Group of India in 1984, little did the world know that this JV would garner as immense success as it did. Hero Honda has been the...

BikeAdvice Weekly Newsletter No.5

As last week in automotive industry was sleepy and nothing much happened, here's the sneak peak of what happened. My Birthday Gift- The 180cc Pulsar Beast: Here's Mr.Amit Mathur revealing his success story about his...