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List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

The complete list of all the motorcycles and scooters
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016
List of all new mass oriented bikes which got launched in 2016

Like every passing year, the year 2016 too has proven to be one year which has only been progressive enough to make the Indian two wheeler market more mature and versatile. Almost all the bike makers of India did came up with something which was revolutionary and game changer for the price at which they are offered.

In this feature story, we are going to discuss all those significant all new bike launches in the mass oriented segments of the Indian two wheeler market, with some of them have been build up from scratch and are only redefining the segments and creating new records for value for money. Following are those all new bike launches meant for the common masses, with the criteria being sub-500cc category and below the price point of Rs. 2.5 lakh:-

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Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma

Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma

Tow of the most popular entry level 200 cc motorcycles goes head to head
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma
Comparison: Bajaj Pulsar 220F vs Hero Karizma

No matter how advanced and fast-forward the Indian motorcycling scenario may have become, the credits to the growth of the performance oriented segments in the 21st century for the mass market will always be given to the two home-grown brands, Bajaj Pulsar and Hero (the then Hero Honda) Karizma. Ever since the beginning, these two brands have created quite a huge fan following which is easily commendable for something which has been developed wholly from scratch. While the Pulsar with its 150cc and 180cc siblings clearly made Indians think beyond their bread and butter 100-125cc commuters, it was the Karizma which forced the more mature enthusiasts to have that essential craving for a more refined, bigger and wholesome experience of two wheeler motoring with its bigger stance.
In 2007, the Karizma finally got a direct rival in the form of Bajaj Pulsar 220 – a motorcycle which intended to change the scenario of performance oriented motorcycling with its feature rich package and exhilarating performance. The arrival of the Pulsar 220 on the block began to make the Karizma a thing of the past and actually dated. Though it’s 2016, and both these motorcycles have come a long way as evolutionary packages. But then, one thing is still common between both these motorcycles – at the price of a premium 150cc motorcycle, these home grown 220cc machines promise a bit more value for money performance package.

Now, much has been said about both the motorcycles in the years gone – while the Pulsar 220F is still touted as one of the easiest and rider friendly entry level performance motorcycle even after these years, the Karizma was given a thorough facelift by Hero as its whole new flag bearer model. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F has recently been given a minute facelift, which once again has brought the motorcycle back to the limelight. Though these motorcycles are now existing in the Indian market for quite a long time now, which make them pretty dated in the first impression in front of the new age premium 150cc offerings from the Japanese makers, but make no mistake, as these two motorcycles are one of the most underrated machines in the price bracket they belong to, as they bring the best ratio of performance to price in this bracket.

In this feature story, we are going to compare the Bajaj Pulsar 220F and the Hero Karizma to find out which one of these two make the better home-grown quarter liter semi-faired sport tourer. Here we go:-

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Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

Find out who ends on top
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of premium commuters – Bajaj Pulsar LS 135 vs Hero Achiever vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

In the last couple of years, the Indian market of two wheelers has seen an upward growth in terms of both sales numbers as well as maturity. Talking about the latter aspect, the urban Indian buyer is gradually beginning to think beyond the sole factor of fuel efficiency, as he wants something more from his machine – factors like comfort, features, added power and a bit more muscle in the machine he rides. For all these factors, it is the segment of entry level 150cc commuters which, in these days, is serving them in the most apt way. This particular category of motorcycles may not serve the fuel economy of a 100/110/125cc motorcycle, but then, it surely gives the consumer a feel of riding a bigger motorcycle, without sacrificing much on his pocket.

The oldest player of this field, Honda CB Unicorn, continues to impress its target audience with its no-nonsense approach towards design, strengthened by its robust build quality, refinement and the credit of introduction of the technology of rear monoshock in the Indian market. Yamaha also opened its cards by launching the SZ-RR Version 2.0 below the FZ range, which serves as its most affordable 150cc offering. And then, recently, Hero gave a comprehensive makeover to its underdog, the Achiever, which claims to have become much more desirable and better in its new avatar.

Finally come Bajaj Auto, which has the most versatile lineup of 150cc motorcycles in the Indian market. But then, it offers a very unique product in the market which offers the performance and features of the 150cc motorcycles aforementioned above, but at a price of a 125cc motorcycle. This product is the Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS, the only 135cc motorcycle in the country today, which aims to take all the lower positioned 150cc motorcycles. Which one of these emerges out to be the best bet? Let’s find out:-

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6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India

6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India

The most loved commuter motorcycle of India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India
6 kinds of Hero Splendor you can buy in India

If you were born and brought up or grown here in India, you must have been too much familiar seeing the ‘Hero Honda Splendor’ on the streets of the country. In the Indian two wheeler market, it is the Splendor which completely revolutionized the category of commuters, as it was this very motorcycle which played an important role from shifting the customer preference from 2-stroke motorcycles to 4-stroke ones, due to the change in priorities from performance to fuel efficiency more. With its ‘fill it-shut it-forget it’ philosophy, the brand ‘Splendor’ has become one very phenomenal game changer in the entry level commuter category and changed the way Indians commute on two wheels.

Even today, even after almost twenty two years after its first appearance in the Indian market, the Splendor brand has become so much popular that it still continues to be the highest selling two wheeler, which has crossed the sales mark of a whopping two crore units. Over all these years, the Splendor has seen a lot of changes and new variants, which have been introduced considering the varying customer preferences. In this feature story, we have listed down all the currently available variants and versions of the Splendor, together which make it the highest selling two wheeler brand of India – a lineup which still is hard to beat by any other commuter motorcycle form other manufacturers and even Hero (read Passion lineup). Here you go:-

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Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

Find out who wins the top spot
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn
Comparison of entry level 150cc commuters – Hero Achiever vs Bajaj V15 vs Yamaha SZ-RR vs Honda Unicorn

In the last couple of years, the Indian market of two wheelers has seen an upward growth in terms of both sales numbers as well as maturity. Talking about the latter aspect, the urban Indian buyer is gradually beginning to think beyond the sole factor of fuel efficiency, as he wants something more from his machine – factors like comfort, features, added power and a bit more muscle in the machine he rides. For all these factors, it is the segment of 150cc commuters which, in these days, is serving them in the most apt way. This particular category of motorcycles may not serve the fuel economy of a 100/110/125cc motorcycle, but then, it surely gives the consumer a feel of riding a bigger motorcycle, without sacrificing much on his pocket.

On closely inspecting this segment, we do find that the motorcycles of the higher and premium end of this segment, which comprises of motorcycles like the CB Hornet 160R, Yamaha FZ-S FI and Suzuki Gixxer, are now churning up impressive numbers. But then, it is the lower end of the segment which is forming up the biggest chunk of this segment, as far as volume is concerned. The oldest player of this field, Honda CB Unicorn, continues to impress its target audience with its no-nonsense approach towards design, strengthened by its robust build quality, refinement and the credit of introduction of the technology of rear monoshock in the Indian market. Yamaha also opened its cards by launching the SZ-RR Version 2.0 below the FZ range, which serves as its most affordable 150cc offering. And then, to cater to the reducing customer interest in Pulsar, Bajaj tried to retain its potential customers with the all new V15, a motorcycle which is quite unique to this entry-level 150cc segment, thanks to its individualistic design and the fact that it contains the metal of the very famous INS Vikrant.

After all the action from its arch rivals in the budget segments, how can Hero be so silent? Just recently, Hero revamped its most affordable 150cc offering for the Indian market, the Achiever, with an all new design and retuned powertrain, which makes it feel like an all new motorcycle. In this story, we are going to compare all these four motorcycles which form the lower end of the 150cc segment, to find out which one fits the tag of the segment leader in actual sense.

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Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season

Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season

offers you get during this festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season
Schemes and offers going on for 2016 festive season

No matter how much the Indian two wheeler market may be suffering from ups and downs in the entire tenure of one year, the one particular period which definitely sets the cash registers ringing for all of them is the festive season of Diwali. If we dig out the history of automobile industry, the performance of all the manufacturers during this particular period of time always goes on exemplary, with all of them playing in profits more than what they usually collect in other months of the year.

Like every other year, the festive season of 2016 too has witnessed all the major players of the tow wheeler industry of India coming forward with their lineup of schemes, offers, limited edition models and new variants of the already existing models. Following is a list of all the schemes which are being offered by all the two wheeler majors of the country. Here they are.

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Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus

Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus

find out which commuter provides the best of everything
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus
Comparison – Hero Passion Pro i3S vs Honda Dream Yuga vs Mahindra Centuro vs TVS Star City Plus

Gone are those days, when the basic entry level commuters were meant to be monotonous, mere functioning, boring motorcycles, whose only job was to ferry people from point A to point B. In today’s world, however, to match up with the changing times and perceptions, even the entry level motorcycles are becoming premium and rich, apart from performing their very best in their core aim which we have mentioned in the first line.

Speaking of the brigade of premium commuters, Hero (the then Hero Honda) started the trend with its ultra popular Passion, which has written numerous records, owing to its ease of ownership and handsome looks (for the segment). The brilliant fuel efficiency and simple mechanicals are the reason why the Passion has found more than a crore of buyers till date, a chunk of which comes from Tier-II and Tier-III cities.

And unlike most of the common low-priced commuters, the Hero Passion brand has withstood the tide of changing times, as the parent company has regularly given the periodic upgrades to the motorcycle, both in terms of styling and performance. Over the last fifteen years of its life till date, the Passion has received a number of upgrades, starting from Passion Plus and its updates, Passion Pro and its updates, a mild off-roader in the form of Passion Pro TR and a 110cc variant in the name of Passion X-Pro. Now, in its latest update, Hero has equipped the 100cc Passion Pro with the i3S technology, which claims to enhance the performance of the motorcycle.

But going for the new Passion Pro i3S is not so easy. The main reason why Hero updated the Passion Pro was the fact that it was facing stiff competition from other competitors in terms of design and novelty. Majority of that competition has been coming from Hero’s erstwhile partner Honda, which launched the Dream Yuga with the intention of dethroning Hero MotoCorp from being the numero uno among commuters.

The competition has only become spicier with the refreshed avatars of two more motorcycles – Mahindra Centuro and TVS Star City Plus. While the Centuro has tried to lure the consumers with its very premium car-like features, the new Star City Plus has upped the game with its premium upgrade and solid build, which has shown that TVS has still not lost the steam. Which motorcycle among the four emerges out to be the best semi-premium entry level motorcycle, let’s find out:-

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List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth

List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth

Find out which motorcycle suits your needs
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth
List of sub-1 lakh sporty motorcycles for college goers and youth

In the current times, the average Indian motorcycling buyer has a lot more expectations from a motorcycle which he intends to buy and run. While he is putting up his/her hard earned money on the motorcycle he wishes to buy, he/she expects it to be an all rounder and a complete package, which means that the motorcycle should be perfect in all parameters – it should look good, it should handle all kinds of tarmac and it should perform equal levels of finesse in both performance as well as well as fuel economy.

If the current trend of motorcycles is to be studied, it can be easily detected that the majority of the prospective buyers are the youths, out of which the college goers and young salaried class buyers form the major chunk of buyers. They want a motorcycle to be fit on all parameters aforementioned above, and they nowadays find 100/125cc motorcycles below their expectations. Since most of them have an average budget of almost 1-lakh rupees, they tend to incline towards buying the premium 150cc offerings or the entry level 200cc machines.

In this list, we have mentioned all those zestful motorcycles which have been designed keeping such youth customers in mind, who don’t mind to compromise on the kilometers per liter factor for getting a slightly more all-rounded package. Here’s a list of all the sporty motorcycles which lie below the impactful 1-lakh mark.

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2017 Hero Passion Pro iSmart

2017 Hero Passion Pro iSmart

The same Hero Passion with added iSmart technology
2017 Hero Passion Pro iSmart

The title image is for representational purpose only

Everyone will have to agree here that the Splendor and the Passion pro has been the pillar of success for Hero for the past decade or so. The Passion Pro is still counted as one of the top sailing motorcycles when it comes to sheer volume. The Passion series is available in three variants namely Passion Pro, Passion Xpro and the Passion Pro TR. Amongst the three motorcycles the Passion Xpro gets the most powerful engine, this commuter is powered by a 110 cc unit while the other two gets the slightly smaller 97.2 cc unit.

The Hero Passion series have been in the Indian market for a long time thus definitely needed some updates. Hero at first introduced the Splendor iSmart few years ago and it featured Hero’s new patented i3S technology which is basically start/stop system for motorcycles. Later they decided to discontinue the less powerful variant and introduce the more powerful Splendor iSmart 110cc commuter which also happens to be their first in house fully developed motorcycle.

The current reports states that Hero now also wants to update the Passion series and install the new i3S technology. Besides the new technology the commuter motorcycle will also get some cosmetic updates too.

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Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR

Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR

find out which one stands on top
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR
Comparison – Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 vs Hero Karizma ZMR

No matter how advanced and fast-forward the Indian motorcycling scenario may have become, the credits to the growth of the performance oriented segments in the 21st century for the mass market will always be given to the two home-grown brands, Bajaj Pulsar and Hero (the then Hero Honda) Karizma. Ever since the beginning, these two brands have created quite a huge fan following which is easily commendable for something which has been developed wholly from scratch. While the Pulsar with its 150cc and 180cc siblings clearly made Indians think beyond their bread and butter 100-125cc commuters, it was the Karizma which forced the more mature enthusiasts to have that essential craving for a more refined, bigger and wholesome experience of two wheeler motoring with its bigger stance.

It’s 2016, and times have almost changed with the arrival of more powerful Yamahas, Hondas and KTMs, and just because of these changing times, thankfully, these two brands have evolved much on the forefronts, a phenomenon which has led to the introduction of two fully-faired sportsbikes on the block, the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 and the all new Hero Karizma ZMR, both of which are flagship models for their respective parent manufacturers. While the Pulsar RS 200 is an all new model, which happens to be the first ever fully faired motorcycle in the history of Bajaj Auto, the currently available Karizma ZMR is essentially the second generation model of the previously available Hero Honda Karizma ZMR which was one step above the company’s highly successful semi-faired tourer, the Karizma.

Now, much has been said about both the motorcycles in the past one year – while the Pulsar RS 200 has been regarded as a whole new face of Bajaj Auto by being its best motorcycle ever, the all new Karizma ZMR was reintroduced to the forefront by Hero as its whole new flag bearer model. In this feature story, we are going to compare the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 and the Hero Karizma ZMR to find out which one of these two make the better home-grown quarter liter fully faired sportsbike. Here we go:-

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Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma

Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma

Find out who ends on top
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma
Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 vs Hero Karizma

No matter how advanced and fast-forward the Indian motorcycling scenario may have become, the credits to the growth of the performance oriented segments in the 21st century for the mass market will always be given to the two home-grown brands, Bajaj Pulsar and Hero (the then Hero Honda) Karizma. Ever since the beginning, these two brands have created quite a huge fan following which is easily commendable for something which has been developed wholly from scratch. While the Pulsar with its 150cc and 180cc siblings clearly made Indians think beyond their bread and butter 100-125cc commuters, it was the Karizma which forced the more mature enthusiasts to have that essential craving for a more refined, bigger and wholesome experience of two wheeler motoring with its bigger stance.

It’s 2016, and times have almost changed with the arrival of more powerful Yamahas, Hondas and KTMs, and just because of these changing times, thankfully, these two brands have evolved much on the forefronts, a phenomenon which has led to the introduction of two semi-faired tourers on the block, the Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 and the all new Hero Karizma. While the Pulsar AS 200 is an all new model based on the Pulsar NS 200 and is touted to be the spiritual successor of the erstwhile flagship from Bajaj, the Pulsar 220F, the currently available Karizma is essentially the second generation model of the previously available Hero Honda Karizma which set the path for the quarter liter motorcycles in the country on a larger scale.

Now, much has been said about both the motorcycles in the past one year – while the Pulsar AS 200 has been regarded as a much deserved facelift and successor to the Pulsar 220F, the Karizma was brought to the forefront by Hero as its whole new flag bearer model. Unfortunately, both these motorcycles failed to live up to the expectations of the enthusiasts due to a couple of reasons – some believe that the Pulsar RS 200 is a much better deal over the Pulsar AS 200 even though being available at a healthy premium over the latter, the controversial EBR-inspired design philosophy has almost ruined the Karizma brand. But make no mistake, as these two motorcycles are one of the most underrated machines in the price bracket they belong to, as they bring the best ratio of performance to price in this bracket.

In this feature story, we are going to compare the Bajaj Pulsar AS 200 and the Hero Karizma to find out which one of these two make the better home-grown quarter liter semi-faired sport tourer. Here we go:-

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Hero Motocorp 'Dawn Series' Leaked Via a Video

Hero Motocorp ’Dawn Series’ Leaked Via a Video

Three new commuter motorcycle from Hero will join the lineup
Hero Motocorp 'Dawn Series' Leaked Via a Video

From the video it is quite clear that Hero will soon be launching three new motorcycles under their Dawn nameplate. The leaked video showcases three new motorcycles comprising of the Dawn 100, Dawn 125 and the most powerful of the lot Dawn 150.

For your information Hero already sells the Dawn 100 in India already which is powered by 97.2 cc, single cylinder air cooled four stroke OHC engine. This engine is capable of producing about 8 bhp of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 8.05 Nm of peak torque at 5,000 rpm. This particular model claims an overall fuel efficiency of 87 kmpl. The updates model shown in this video gets a more bigger and plush looking seat and also with a wide rear career as well.

The Hero Dawn is already on sale in some other International markets and this updates model gets few cosmetic updates over the previous model. This motorcycle is powered by the 124.7 cc single cylinder air cooled, four stroke OHC engine capable of producing about 9 bhp of peak power at 7,000 rpm and 10.35 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm.

The third model in this video as you can all notice is a completely new model which is powered by ATFT 150 cc unit. This is the same unit which powers the Hero Achiever which is an entry level offering from Hero in the 150 c segment. Expect the same unit to produce about 13.4 bhp of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 12.80 Nm of peak torque at 5,000 rpm. The engine is paired to a 5 speed gearbox.

Expect all the three motorcycles to be priced aggressively because Hero has paid most of attention to make these motorcycle less fancy and more practical.

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