What are the most underrated mass oriented bikes of India?

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In our number of stories, we have repeatedly said that the Indian two wheeler market is one tough field to study. The kind of demands we Indians do ask from two-wheeler makers are quite hard to conquer, as we want literally everything in one product. Keeping in view of such demands from a very competitive market, the manufacturers too...

DSK Huosung launched the limited edition Aquila 250

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might not be the favourite brand in town, but they have some serious potential machines that could give a stiff stare to the competition. One of them is the that was launched in 2014. Doing so, it officially became the most affordable V-twin cruiser available in India today. For 2107, the bike received an update with three new...

2017 Hyosung GD250R

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The Korean manufacturer has been really trying hard with having a success in the Indian market for a long time. All their success stories, if any, have been very short lived and with six models in the country, they have not managed to make a mark at the leader boards due their sky rocket pricing and cut-throat competition. But...

Comparison – Kawasaki Z650 vs Triumph Street Triple vs Benelli TNT 600i vs Hyosung GT 650N

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When we talk about the Indian two wheeler market in person, this fastest growing market in the world for two wheelers, which perhaps will become the biggest as well in the upcoming years surpassing the markets positioned above it, has shown a tremendous shift in terms of customer preferences. Within this market, if we talk about the performance oriented...

10 motorcycles for 2017 that vie the top spots under INR. 5 lakhs

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In a country that is price conscious, it was a gamble played by motorcycle manufacturers when they decided to bring in their higher segment motorbikes. If statistics are to be believed, India is in the highest rankings in terms of growing economy. And the gamble payed off. People started investing in premium motorcycles that were lauded in the performance...
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