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Indian Suzuki Hayabusa MY 2017 delivery begins


The Suzuki Hayabusa will now set you back by Rs 13.57 lakh, making it almost 15 per cent cheaper than the CBU model that came before it, which was priced at nearly Rs 16 lakh (both ex-showroom, Delhi). As you'd expect, Suzuki Motorcycles India is setting up a new assembly line for the Hayabusa, since such a high performance machine demands precision of the highest order.

• Indian Made Suzuki Hayabusa first delivery done to a customer in Delhi.

• Price slashed by 2 lakhs from the existing CBU model, but with same specifications.

• 1340cc engine delivering 194bhp and 154Nm of torque with top speed at 299kmph.

The Bollywood starrer, the fame from the “Dhoom” movie series, Suzuki Hayabusa MY 2017 is out on the streets after first delivery to a customer at Delhi. Gaurav Monga of Delhi was the lucky one who got the first unit of this locally assembled superbike. Hayabusa was initially brought to the country as CBU, but then Suzuki Motorcycles India moved a step ahead to import CKD kits of this machine and assemble at their Gurgaon facility. The good news that came along was that the prices were cut down to Rs.13.57 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) while the specifications remained the same as a CBU one. Local assembling of the bike brought a price slash of approximately 2.5 lakhs compared to the CBU model.

The 1340cc 4 cylinder liquid cooled 4 stroke engine delivers 194bhp and 154Nm of torque. The motor is mated to a 6 speed gearbox and easily touches a 299kmph mark on the speed gauge.

Reports claim that Suzuki does not wish to stop with Hayabusa, but has plans to bring more superbikes into the Indian Market as CKD units. It seems like other Motorcycle companies like Kawasaki, Benelli and Triumph who are already into this field will start facing tough challenge in the coming years.

Carberry Double Barrel Royal Enfield 1000cc launched in India

• Carberry Motorcycles debuts in India

• Royal Enfield 1000cc launched at Rs.7.35 lakh

• Booking begins at an amount of Rs.1 lakh

TVS Apache RTR 160 and RTR 180 choose Red for the festive celebration

• TVS Apache RTR 160 and RTR 180 now available in matte red

• No other cosmetic or mechanical changes but gets new style

• Both bikes cost Rs.1000 more than the existing version

Will India get BS-IV compliant Royal Enfield models?

Royal Enfield had updated engines on their two best-selling models,Bullet 500 and the Continental GT in the European Market. Now they have launched the 2017 Classic 500 and the Himalayan too with an updated Euro-IV compliant engine. The Eicher Motors owned company is strengthening its global portfolio with updated models and an increasing number of showrooms worldwide.

Royal Enfield BS-IV range of vehicles launched in India

Royal Enfield motorcycles powered by BS-IV engines are now available in India. The entire lineup is said to have received the engine upgrades with AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) feature (both being stringent norms), even though no official statement has been released by the company yet. According to reports from financial express, Electra 350 was spotted already on sale at one of the company dealerships with updated features as the BS-IV engine and AHO. Other models too are believed to go on sale with the same upgrades in another week, as April 1st, 2017 is the deadline for these norms to be implemented on all motor vehicles in India. The prices have been hiked for the new range of BS-IV motorcycles from Royal Enfield.

Honda Activa 125cc- the first scooter in India launched with BS-IV

Honda launched the first scooter in India, Activa 125cc with an engine that complies with BS-IV norms. The New Activa also becomes the first scooter to get an AHO (Automatic Headlamp On) feature, which is about to be mandatory on all vehicles in India from April 1st, 2017 as part of safety regulations. Not many cosmetic updates have been provided on this best seller. However, few prominent tweaks are seen like the new pair of LED positioning lamps that fit perfectly into the chrome apron on the front, a protuberant Honda badge and also a mobile charging socket.

Bajaj Auto launches Dominar 400, starting price at Rs.1.36 lakh

Bajaj has launched Dominar 400 with a heavy price tag; something that has been familiar here only with the Royal Enfield range of motorcycles. Entering the 1-2 lakh price range itself is a daring game, but seems like Bajaj has everything in place to claim its position in the premium bike segment.

Hero launches Glamour 2017 in India at Rs.57,775

All new Hero Glamour was launched in the country recently with latest style and technology in addition to the upgraded BS-IV engine. It appears in two variants- a drum brake and a disc brake variant at Rs.57,775 and Rs.59,755 (Both ex-showroom prices, Delhi) respectively. Another fuel injected version, Glamour FI has also been launched with only a disc brake variant priced at Rs.66,580 (ex-showroom price, Delhi). Hero has started selling the 2017 model bike through all its dealerships across the country through prebooking options. The older version still continues to be on sale until stocks last at its price, which is around Rs.10000 lesser than the new one.

BMW Motorrad officially launches its global portfolio in India

BMW Motorrad commences Indian operations through BMW group officially. Initially the brand used to sell its products through importers here in Mumbai and New Delhi. But now, the global portfolio comprising of premium motorcycles from the brand reaches India through company’s official dealership network in India. The dealership network is expected to begin with stores at Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Pune while the company plans to widen its presence in the country soon. Mumbai, Bengaluru and Pune showrooms will be inaugurated in the upcoming three days.

Harley Davidson launches Street Rod 750 in India at Rs.5.86 lakh

Harley Davidson, a brand that gained a lot of fan following in India since its first launch has come up with their latest offering, All-New Street Rod 750 in the country at a price of Rs.5.86 lakh. The 2017 iteration is based on the old 750 Street model and comes with few remarkable changes to captivate the youth here, special mention to the robust looks and a more powerful engine. In India, Harley Davidson progresses towards a wider audience through the launch of this iconic creation.

Honda Africa twin to land in India by June 2017

Honda finally readies itself to launch Africa twin in the country by June 2017. It is expected to reach India as CKD units. The launch that was supposed to happen earlier was delayed due to an earthquake near the company facility in Hamamatsu, Japan which produced the assembly kits. The price for this adventure tourer is not yet officially known but it is expected to be anywhere between Rs.16-18 lakh. However, it is still unclear whether India might receive both manual and Automatic Dual Clutch transmission variant or any of these.



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