It will be equipped with the dual climate control, 4 disc brakes, projector headlamp, LED tail lamps, sunroof, keyless entry, push-button start, seven-airbags and an infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It is expected to feature 1.2-litre G80 turbo petrol engine and 1.5-liter mHawk diesel engine.
If are following the Srinagar route, then you can travel on any type or specification motorcycle. In our experience, we have even seen riders travelling from Chandigarh on a Hero Splendor and Honda CD 110 Dream.
The petrol trim of the SUV is priced at Rs 7.50 (ex-showroom) lakh, while the diesel will be up for a grab of Rs 8.53 lakh (ex-showroom). The variant is based on the Nexon’s mid-specification XM model, which will now be known as the XMA.
An upgrade to the Z900 in terms of engine and technology, the Z900RS is inspired by the Kawasaki’s classic 1972 made Z1. It is powering by a is liquid-cooled, four-cylinder, in-line 948cc displacement engine which is said to generate maximum power of 109.448 bhp at 8500 rpm with the peak torque of 98.5Nm at 6500 rpm.
Powered by a 313cc displacement, single-cylinder liquid-cooled Fuel Injected unit, the G 310 brothers are claimed to chunk the power of 34 PS at 9,500 rpm and peak torque of 28 Nm at 7,500rpm. Mated to a 6-speed transmission, the G 310 R and G 310 GS are promised to attain a maximum speed of 143 kmph.
Powered by the same 113cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine, generates the power of 7.2 bhp and peak torque of 8.1 Nm. Mated to a CVT transmission with the brand's blue core technology which is claimed to deliver better mileage and performance. Further, it comes with the 170mm disc brake at the front for safety.
The e-bike priced at Rs 49,999 as an introductory offer on limited units and it is open for pre-orders. The Tronx One bike will ship from July 16 for the first batch of consumers who have pre-booked the bike. Tronx One will be available in two colours including magma red and pacific blue.
Starting with the Kei-specced Jimny, as the Kei norms in Japan, the car will house a 0.7-litre, three-cylinder 658cc petrol engine that produces a 64PS of max power and 96Nm of maximum torque. The global variant, Jimny Sierra, comes loaded with a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder 1,460cc engine.
The company has priced the Xtreme 200R quite aggressively and it will surely give a stiff competition to the likes of TVS Apache RTR 200 4V that comes with a starting price of Rs 1.03 lakh (ex-showroom), Bajaj Pulsar NS200 that is priced at Rs 1.01 lakh (ex-showroom) for the base model.
The R15 MotoGP edition is already available in Southeast Asia at a price tag of IDR 35,100,000, which is expected to be price roughly around Rs 1.67 Lakh (ex-showroom) in India. Meanwhile, the standard variant of the R15 is selling for Rs 1.26 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Partnering with the TVS Motor Company, both the machines were developed in Germany but will be manufactured in the TVS’s plant in Hosur, India. Powered by a 313cc displacement, single-cylinder liquid-cooled Fuel Injected unit will chunk the power of 34 PS and peak torque of 28 Nm.
Filling the gap between the RE Himalayan and the Kawasaki Versys X-300, the 390 Adventure is expected to range between Rs 2.5 lakh to Rs 3 lakh. Further, similar to the KTM Duke 390, the tourer will be powered by a 373.2cc, single cylinder engine, which will generate the power of 42.9 bhp with 37 Nm of torque.
It is worth noting, that the vehicle premiered for South Africa is longer than the Indian variant and known by the name of Ford Figo Sedan. Further, the machine is expected to be redesigned in terms of length and will be kept in the sub-4-meter sedan segment for the nation.
The Datsun Go and Go+ are powered by the same 1.2-litre three-cylinder petrol engine, which are claimed to chunk the power of 68 bhp and 104 Nm. Mated to a speed manual transmission, the machines are also available in an option of CVT gearbox.
Ninja 1000 is powering by a is liquid-cooled, four-cylinder, in-line 1043cc displacement engine which is said to generate maximum power of 141.9 PS at 10000 rpm, with the peak torque of 111 Nm at 7300 rpm and mated to the 6-speed slipper clutch-enabled gearbox.