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Special Edition Inazuma 250 Launched In UK

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Suzuki Inazuma inherently failed to mark its charming impression here in India, but it seems the decade old looking quarter liter bike of Suzuki is liked by British a lot. To make this topic more comprehensive, the Japanese bike maker launched the special edition of the Inazuma 250 there, in two shades: red and blue. There is nothing exciting with this 250cc two-wheeled, as only cosmetic changes done. On the pricing front, special edition Inazuma is priced at £3,552 – an increase of £51 over the standard variant. Under the belly it continues to store the ongoing 248cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine delivering 26PS of power and 24Nm of torque, after paired to a six-speed gearbox. The bike tips the scale at 183 kg. Hence, we are unsure after such attempts the Inazuma 250 is still going to sell well in UK.

Silver Custom Cafe Racer Built On Hero Karizma

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Article by Hamza Ansari
As the new Hero MotoCorp Karizma is rolled out in the market, a lot of fans will get their old ones sold. Here’s a good prep to customize the Karizma and envy the owners of Royal Enfield Café Racer aka Continental GT. Developed by the Mean Green Customs, India, the bike is transformed into a café racer named “Sliver”, which as per to us is ultimately inspired from the Spartans of 300. First of all, for some, it can pose a weird bike, but for the holy bikers like us it’s just as cool as our jackets. The suspension on the front is given girder forkset that utilizes shocks instead of springs with an extended rake angle giving it a sporty look. To complement it, the swingarm has been specially beefed up to subtle the front end. The leather seat and the same leather strap on fuel tank contrasts the beauty of it with the metallic paint of the cafe racer. The lines and the edges carved out remains simply perfect. Just glazed inside the image, it will to come to ones’ notice that mirrors are placed next to the handlebars, marked by the company’s logo on the outer. Hopefully, we believe the bike shall not needed further explanation, because the ample of images posted on this blog [...]

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Hero MotoCorp Enters Colombia

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Marking another milestone in the plot of expanding its presence, Hero MotoCorp entered Colombia with its wholly owned subsidiary, and commenced the construction of its plant there. In line with keeping the momentum, Hero had a vision of barging into 50 countries by 2020, where the Colombia poses to be one of them. Mr. Pawan Munjal, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Hero MotoCorp Ltd, laid the foundation at the site in the presence of the Senior Leadership Team from Hero MotoCorp and other associates. The project is stated to cost the bike maker a hefty US$ 70 million. The manufacturing facility is meant to be spawned over 17 acres (68,000 sq meters) of land, and to be situated at Parque Sur Free Trade Zone at Villa Rica in the state of Cauca – about 500 km south-west of Bogota. The project will go live by the mid of calendar year 2015. The facility is meant to produce 78,000 units at the initial stage where further on it can be stretched to 150,000 units. With this, the Hero MotoCorp will become the first Indian two-wheeler company to have a manufacturing plant in Latin America. At present, Hero two-wheelers sells its products in as many as 19 countries including [...]
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