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Bajaj Pulsar NS 160

In the past fifteen years, the ‘’ nameplate has become one of the most versatile brands in the field of motorcycles. The name has spawned a variety of bikes, ranging from 135cc to 200cc naked streetfighters, a 220cc semi-faired sports tourer and recently, a 200cc fully faired supersport motorcycle. Talking about the current range, it was the which...

2017 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10R Performance

Towards the end of 2015, surprised everyone with the much-awaited upgrade to its litre class supersport, the . The motorcycle, which has always remained as one of the one of the most user-friendly and equally precise-to-use supersport in the world, received a thorough upgrade in every aspect, be its design, performance, mechanicals and set of electronics. With three...

2017 Honda Activa i

might have struck gold with the now legendary 110cc (now called Activa 4G) unisex family scooter, but apart from this, there has been no other scooter from Honda which has set the sales charts on fire. The now feels too long in the tooth and feels dated even after having much sportier design as compared to...

2017 TVS Apache RTR 160

Why is there a 160cc category? That odd number is more of a marketing strategy really. Want people to shell out more money for you, give them another 10cc. TVS did just that with the advent of the RTR 160. It was the first ever bike to surpass the notion of selling only 150cc bikes, by giving the customers...

2017 TVS Apache RTR 180

is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India, and the Apache has been the company’s flagship brand since its launch in 2006. The “Racing Throttle Response" was the brand's foray into the naked sports segment which, similar to the Pulsars, is gaining a lot of momentum into increasing the sub- brand's product portfolio. The nameplate, which started with...
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