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Suzuki Gixxer Reaches Dealerships, Launch Apparently On September 17: Spy-Shots

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Rather confused than clearly soughed, Suzuki capable to hit a six-er with Gixxer or may go duck at the market like its Inazuma 250? The answer seemed getting its daylight from seething tribune of recent spy-shots! Don’t know from where these images have appeared that clearly depicts the bike received by dealerships in India just before the launch could take place. As already the technical specifications leaked and were then officially made available on the website, the bookings too are happening at the showrooms. The 154.9 cc four-stroke 2-valve engine with single cylinder, power output is 14.8PS at 8000rpm and the torque is confirmed to 14Nm at 6000rpm. The drivtreain is mated to a 5-sped [...]

Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZ-S V2.0 vs Honda CB Trigger vs Bajaj Pulsar 150: Specifications Comparison

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Suzuki’s launch of the year – Gixxer – will soon be rolled out apparently with an attractive price tag. The technical specifications leaked ahead of launch had certainly brewed atmosphere with competitive arrogance. As per to the leaked data, power delivered is of 14.6bhp @ 8,000rpm from a 154.9cc engine. For better results a comparative study is carried out to reveal where the Gixxer will stand in the competition on-paper. Read on to reveal the truth about it. Firstly in the competition, stands the Yamaha FZ-S V2.0, then raising their arms are the Honda CB Trigger and Bajaj pulsar 150 DTS-i. Put together in the crowd, Gixxer stood out them with the largest displacement of sending out [...]

New Suzuki Quarter-Litre Bike Spotted

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Quarter liter displacement is gathering up the maximum eyeballs these days. Suzuki too wants to get its line straight with a new 250cc bike, not the conventional Inazuma instead. An all new 250cc faired Suzuki is spotted testing in Indonesia. There weren’t camouflages on the bike, various gimmicks can be noted down instantly. Three-spoke silver alloys and black paint shade with the combination of silver are some of the sulking tricks seen. Otherwise, it is expected the bike maker may take notches from the Inazuma and plant it in a fresh avatar for overcoming the wrongdoings that it had did earlier. Hence, it is quite early to say something about it. It is believed, Honda CBR250R may a strong [...]

Vespa With Fuel-Injection Coming Soon To India

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Article by Hamza Ansari
No one can take their eyes off a Vespa, thanks to its Italian roots. It seems the Italian Vespa loves India too. That said, because, the automaker had raised their high aspirations from the country, and they should be as India is one of the largest two-wheelers market in the world. Therefore, it can be believed that Vespa has Fuel-Injection version on its card, claimed a source. Thoughtfully, Vespa enjoys the premium branding than the other automatic scooters. It has that bloom and class to adore every passerby. So, launching a one with the tech like FI can prove more number to the cult of scooter. Actually, Vespa deployed the Fuel-injection in most of its markets, but due to the inadequate quality [...]

Indian Motorcycles Scout Launched In India For Rs 11.99 lakh

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Article by Hamza Ansari
American wanted to go price-friendly in India, and that’s why launched the Scout for Rs 11.99 lakh ex-showroom Delhi. The bike is a recent addition to the global repertoire of brand, and it finally made to India within no time after the unveiling at 2014 Sturgis rally, South Dakota, USA. Power to Scout comes from a 1131cc, V-twin, fuel-injected, engine mated to a six-speed gearbox. This is the first time Indian Motorcycles featured with liquid cooling as the Chieftain, Chief Classic and Chief Vintage are powered by an air-cooled machine till date. The 100PS of peak power output would do justice with weight of 253kg spread on a wheelbase of 1,562mm with ground clearance of 135mm and 31-degree [...]
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