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Maruti & Honda to launch petrol hybrid cars & SUVs in India Hybrid cars from Maruti Suzuki and Honda are 2-4 years away from launch Both Maruti and Honda are readying full-hybrid cars for the Indian market. The launch of

Tubeless tyres are offered with almost all new vehicles in the Indian market today. Vehicle manufacturers even advertise tubeless tyres as one of the vehicle features. So, what is a tubeless tyre? A tubeless tyre is very similar to a

Royal Enfield is working on two new platforms to meet the upcoming Bharat Stage 6 emission norms. One platform will involve the unit construction engine that is used by the Bullet, Classic and Thunderbird range of motorcycles while the other

  The new Super Splendor motorcycle features efficient Hero i3S technology (idle stop and start system). Hero MotoCorp has officially launched the new Super Splendor at an attractive price of INR 57,585. It boasts of a host of new features and exciting

TVS  is gearing up to launch the updated Apache RTR 160 in Indian market on 14th March. The bike comes sporting several updates and it will certainly enhance the appeal further. Test mule of the bike has been spotted in the country

Ducati India has revised prices of their motorcycles. Images – Ducati – AMP Superbikes. Government of India recently slashed import duties on CBU bikes by up to 25%. This was done after US President Donald Trump called it unfair on

The Maruti Dzire is India’s best-selling car yet again! As shown by February 2018 sales figures, the compact sedan has just about managed to outsell the Alto hatchback in February 2018, with sales of 20,941 units compared to the Alto’s 19,760

In yet another step towards eliminating the use of non-ISI two-wheeler helmets, Government of India will soon ban the sale of them throughout the country. By 2018-end, selling a non-ISI helmet will become a punishable offense. We believe that this

.Motorcycle enthusiasts are in for a treat with several superbike manufacturers slashing prices across their lineups. All this is courtesy the Government’s decision to reduce custom duty from 75 per cent to 50 per cent, levied on big bikes entering