According to sources Honda had announced earlier this year at the Auto Expo that it'd be launching three new cars in India in FY19: the second gen Amaze is already here, the new CR-V is set to be introduced in October, and following that will be the tenth generation Civic. The Civic facelift has just been revealed, and we can confirm this is the car India will get.
As per report Honda's all new, fifth-generation CR-V, expected to hit showrooms in early October, is an SUV that's taken a big step forward. Now larger and more lavishly equipped on the inside, it also comes with two fundamental advantages a diesel engine under the hood and an extra row of seats. But will that be that good enough to move it from the fringes of the SUV segment right into the thick of it?
According to sources on the face of it, the new ruling that bans non-ISI helmets is certainly worth celebrating. The average Indian motorcyclist (read commuter) has failed to show an inclination towards spending some money to protect what one would generally assume is a rather important part of the human body. So it’s commendable that the government is stepping in and finally eradicating the option of atrociously cheap ‘roadside’ helmets that cost a few hundred rupees.
According to sources in a bid to boost the appeal of its WR-V crossover, Honda has just introduced a special edition of the model with a bit more equipment that enhances the vehicle's safety and comfort. Meanwhile when offered on the base S trim of the WR-V, the Alive edition is priced at Rs 8.02 lakh for the petrol and Rs 9.11 lakh for the diesel. Both the versions are priced Rs 23,500 higher than the standard S variants.
As per report KTM may not be using the word ‘recall’ here, but customers of the 2017 and 2018 390 Duke have been asked to bring in their bikes for what the company is calling a 'Monsoon Kit Fitment'. This kit involves a new ECU bracket, pillion seat damping bushes and a fix for the headlamp vibration issue many customers have been facing. If necessary, the company will also flash a software update on the bikes that
According to report a first set of images of the second gen Brio hatchback, which sees its world premiere at the ongoing GIIAS 2018 (Gaikindo Indonesia International Auto Show) in Jakarta have surfaced on the internet. Meanwhile as per report the new Honda Brio gets similar styling to the Honda Small RS concept shown earlier this year at the 2018 Indonesia International Motor show.
According to sources the Maruti Ciaz face lift will finally hit Nexa showrooms on August 20, 2018. The refreshed Ciaz was initially expected to see a market launch on August 6, but Maruti had to push the launch event due to another event clashing with the date. A few Nexa dealers have already started taking bookings for the car unofficially, for amounts between Rs 11,000 and Rs 25,000.
According to sources Honda has introduced a new nine-speed automatic gearbox on its Civic diesel sedan. Meanwhile this is the first time Honda is offering the option of a diesel-automatic on the current-gen Civic. Recently with the CR-V getting the diesel-auto combo, there is a strong possibility the India-spec Civic will get this power train option.
According to sources Maruti Suzuki has disclosed that nine of its 15 model strong passenger car line-up meet India’s latest crash test norms. The new norms for full-frontal impact, off-set frontal impact and side impact have been in force on all cars launched in India since October 1, 2017. From October 1, 2019, these norms will also extend to all cars currently being sold in the country.
Accordingly 2019 is going to be a big year for Suzuki Two Wheelers. But the brand isn't stopping there, and it's also giving its much loved Gixxer range a big update next year as well. Moreover one good product can change a brand's perception and for Suzuki, no motorcycle defines it better than the Gixxer.
According to sources rumors of a 250cc Suzuki motorcycle for the Indian market have been doing the rounds for the past few years. Presently Indian bikers wanted a 250cc motorcycle developed for our market with competitive pricing and the Inazuma was not that motorcycle, but the Japanese brand has been working hard over the past few years on such a product and will be launching a new 250cc motorcycle in India, next year.
According to latest report Tata has launched the mid-spec, AMT equipped Nexon XMA at Rs 7.50 lakh and Rs 8.53 lakh depending on whether you want the petrol engine or the diesel motor under the hood. The Indian brand introduced the Nexon AMT in May (only available in the top-spec XZA+ trim), priced from Rs 9.41 lakh for the petrol and Rs 10.39 lakh for the diesel.
New Delhi sources reported that Honda Motorcycles and Scooters India (HMSI) Limited’s manufacturing plant at Vithalapur, is located some 78km from Ahmedabad, has been temporarily shut for technical reasons. Accordingly the company officials confirmed the same through a statement.
According to sources Akrapovic Racing Line full system exhaust designed for the BMW G 310 R for your TVS Apache RR 310. Meanwhile additionally, the bike will also shed over 4kg thanks to the lighter materials being used. Akrapovic is one of the best known brands in the world for high-end exhaust systems and, like the rest of its products, this one doesn’t come cheap. This carbon-fibre exhaust you see in the photos retails for Rs 55,000 (inclusive of taxes) at the Performance Racing Store in
According to sources week before the launch of the Burgman Street, dealerships have started displaying the new scooter and accepting bookings. Some dealers have also stated the upcoming 125cc scooter is likely to be priced from Rs 68,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Deliveries are expected to begin by the end of July or early August.