The Indian automotive industry is a growing market. It has got the potential which all the automobile companies crave to have a taste of. The 2 wheeler industry is a part of the gigantic Indian automotive industry. So, along with the whole automotive market
Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India has said that it will be investing 1100 crores in Gujarat to set up a new two wheeler manufacturing facility. The plant will come up in the Vithalpur village in Ahmedabad district. The announcement was made after the company
Honda CBR 150 R has been in the market for quite some time now but still it is unable to sell in good numbers. While its competitors of the segment manage to sell much more than it, this bike struggles to get a hold
A large fraction of two-wheeler buyers in India have moved up from low capacity commuters to relatively higher capacity vehicles that offer better performance. Vehicles in the 250 cc category offer decent level of performance while being affordable. They also serve as a step
We all have witnessed the tremendous growth of the 2 wheeler market in India. What the Indian 2 wheeler market is at present wasn’t like this around a decade ago. The passion for bikes and bike riding has always been inside the Indians but
It is never easy to pick a new vehicle, especially when the vehicle in question is a two wheeler. There are a lot of options in the market and most of the products in a price bracket offer similar set of features and specifications.
When KTM launched the Duke 200, people said that it isn’t right comparing it to the Honda CBR 250R and the Hyosung GT 250R because the Duke 200 belonged to the group of insane naked street fighters and on the other hand the Honda
Although Honda manufactures some outstanding performance bikes across the globe but in India it does not have enough to show off its capabilities. Honda launched the CBR 250R in India years ago and at the time of its launch it definitely was a motorcycle