TVS Motor Company has been working on number of new motorcycles for year 2021 and recently company has trademarked a new product name, ‘Ronin’. So chances are that their upcoming bike will be called Ronin. ‘Ronin’ is a Japanese word that describes a ‘wandering Samurai who has no master’. Continue reading
BS6 Kawasaki Ninja 650 has been launched in India and it promises to be a formidable package for someone looking for a powerful middleweight supersport motorcycle. Continue reading
World’s renowned bike manufacturer Harley Davidson is all set to target a lower cubic capacity segment in the market. The new Harley Davidson, which is internally known as HD338, will be manufactured in partnership with China’s Qianjiang who now owns brand Banelli. As per one of the recent product launch timeline slide from Banelli , HD388 is set to be launched in June-July 2020. HD338 will be based on the banelli 302 platform. This bike will be known by a different commercial name worldwide and will be one of the most significant entry level bike form Harley Davidson. Continue reading
Renowned Japanese automotive manufacturer Toyota Motor Corporation announced the launch of all new Innova Touring Sport on Thurday in India. Continue reading
The American automobile manufacturer Ford unveiled the 2018 Ford Mustang back in January this year. It is said that the new Mustang design is inspired by the famous movie series Star Wars villain Darth Vader, particularly his helmet and mask. However, the interpretation may not work for some and some may find it true. However, the new facelifted Mustang is more aggressive and deep.
As per official company brochure , a few of the standard features aboard the 2018 Ford Mustang on the 2.3-litre EcoBoost model and the 5.0-litre variants are a remote start, SYNC 3 infotainment system, tyre pressure monitoring system, rear-view camera, and a post crash SOS feature.
Optional features include a full digital 12-inch gauge cluster, lane keeping assist, MagneRide dampers, 10-speed automatic gearbox, voice activated navigation, and a Shaker Pro audio system.
The interior colour finish can be chosen with a host of options such as Ceramic, Tan, Showstopper Red, Midnight Blue, or Ebony. The exterior can be finished from a choice of 11 different shades.
Ford has reworked on interior space too, increasing the front legroom by 0.6-inches and reducing the rear legroom by 1.6-inches. Pricing has not been revealed yet.
Kia Motors, The second-largest automobile-maker in South Korea announced it is setting up a manufacturing facility in India. The company is investing $1.1 billion (Rs 7,000 crore) Continue reading
Volkswagen has launched the Polo GT Sport limited edition model in India on Tuesday priced at up to Rs 9.21 lakh. Continue reading
The Japanese manufacturer has launched the 2017 model of the Z250 at ₹ 3.09 lakh, the Z1000 at Rs 14.49 lakh and the Z1000R at a price of ₹ 15.49 lakh. Continue reading
Maruti Suzuki has launched the 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire Tour in India which will be available in the market from May 25, 2017. The 2017 Maruti Suzuki Swift Dzire Tour features blacked out front grille and black ORVMs. Even the fog lamp clusters are finished in black, losing the chrome garnish, while the A-pillar now comes in the white body colour. Continue reading
Fiat has launched a new entry-level petrol variant in the Punto EVO line-up. Called the Punto EVO Pure, this variant has been introduced at a price of Rs. 4.92 lakh (ex showroom, Delhi) and is a replacement of the Punto Pure. It is currently the most affordable offering from the Italian car maker in India and it will be available only in one variant and comes in only one engine option – 1.2-litre petrol.
The Fiat Punto Evo Pure features 1.2-litre FIRE petrol engine that delivers a maximum power of 67 bhp at 6000 rpm and develops a peak torque of 96 Nm at 2500 rpm. Transmission duties are handled by a five-speed manual gearbox as standard. Other features include a hydraulic power steering along with a well-tuned suspension, which Fiat says makes the car capable of handling the bumpy roads while not sacrificing on comfort.
In terms of looks, there are no changes made to the car’s exterior or its cabin. Up front, the Punto Evo Pure comes with Fiat’s signature ‘Reindeer’ headlamps with black plastic cladding on the grille along with a wide air-dam and large fog-lamp enclosure with chrome surround on each side. The Punto Evo Pure gets steel wheels with full wheel caps, black ORVMs and door handle. The cabin comes with black interiors and fabric seat covers. The car’s instrumentation include Digital Clock, Digital Odometer, Digital Trip meter, Distance to Empty Indicator, to name a few.
With the Fiat Punto Evo Pure, the company is also offering 3 year warranty with service intervals of 15000 km to its customers.