Mahindra MOJO

` 1,58,000* Onwards
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi

October 27th, 2015: Today, technical specifications of much-awaited bike Mojo revealed. The bike is equipped with 292cc liquid cooled, single-cylinder,  four stroke engine that generates 27Ps of power and 30 Nm of torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual gearbox. The bike also has 21-liters fuel tank, 17-inch Pirelli Diablo Rosso tyres, one-into-two dual exhaust system. Along with bike has some advanced features such as onboard computer, a part digital cluster and LED pilot lights. Earlier, the company released the official logo and video of its much awaited bike Mojo. The new logo has a dynamic appearance and flaunts the company's bold, tough and masculine persona. An image of white coloured Mahindra Mojo has surfaced on social media, which clearly indicates that the bike will be available in three colour options including black, white-red and white. Mahindra will position Mojo as a comfortable and affordable long distance tourer. The bike has been priced at Rs. 1.58 lac (ex-showroom, Delhi) and this introductory price is valid till Diwali only. As per the company officials, an ABS version of the bike is already under works and is expected to hit the dealerships in the coming few months. 


2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Intro Shot
New Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise

The Bajaj Avenger econo-cruiser received a cosmetic upgrade, and a smaller displacement variant, as the Indian two-wheeler majorlaunched the new range – the Avenger 220 Cruise, 220 Street and 150 Street.
The upgrades were limited to aesthetic only as the new Avenger 220 series continues to draw power from the same 220cc DTS-i engine that puts out 19PS of power and 17.5Nm of torque. We had a thorough look at these new products and here are our initial thoughts – First up is the new Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise.
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Still Shots (6)
The new Avenger 220 Cruise, aesthetically, retains the same bodywork as the outgoing model but now comes equipped with a 3-D logo that sparkles on the fuel tank, along with a new set of graphics. The new logo on the 2015 Avenger 220 Cruise may remind you of the first generation Indo-Japanese cruiser, the Kawasaki-Bajaj Eliminator that rolled on the streets of India in the early 2000’s but a close inspection reveals that this is an all new logo that has been developed for the new generation econo-cruiser, with the “Avenger” tag carved on it.
Meet the new Avenger 220 Cruise through detailed images:
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Still Shots (4)
Besides the updated graphics and a redesigned exhaust, there aren’t any major changes to the Bajaj Avenger motorcycle
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Still Shots (7)
The new Avenger comes with an increased seat height of 15mm
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Rear Wheel and Chain Sprocket
Bajaj claims that the new drive chain will have an improved life by 15-20 percent
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Instrument Panel (2)
The Speedometer now comes accompanied with LCD screen for odometer and trip meter
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Fuel Tank Logo
The new Avenger logo can be seen on the fuel tank, along with new graphics
2015 Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise - Still Shots (2)
The handlebar has been redesigned for better ergonomics while an optional windshield is aimed to protect against wind blasts


₹ 2,75,000

Desc - 249.00 cc,Single-cylinder Liquid-cooled Fuel-injected Petrol engine

About Hyosung GD250R

Hyosung GD250R is one of the upcoming bike which is expected to launch in India by end of this year. Most of the features seems to be same as GT250R in which the new bike GD250R will be powered by a single cylinder 249cc mill with an electronic fuel injection system. This will deliver the maximum power output of 28hp at 9500rpm and maximum torque output of 24Nm at 7000rpm paired to a six speed gearbox. Some of the highlighting features includes an LCD instrument cluster, 17 inch alloys, projector headlight and disc brakes at both ends which will be quite attractive. Hyosung GT250R will surely be a very tough competitor to its similar other bikes such as Honda CBR250R, KTM Duke 200, KTM RC200 and so on. The company informs that the price of the new GD250R will be an affordable cost of just below INR 2 lakhs



Bajaj Pulsar RS400:-

                                                  ₹ 2,00,000
                                                  ex-showroom price (New Delhi)

Prices of Bajaj Pulsar RS400 indicated here are ex-showroom price not the on road price of Pulsar RS400. Price list is subject to change and for the latest Bajaj Pulsar RS400 India prices, submit your details at the booking form available at the top, so that our sales team will get back to you. Bajaj Pulsar RS400 mileage mentioned here is based on ARAI test drive made under standard test conditions.


Ducati 1299

                                                                                        Expected Launch Date : Late 2015
                                                                               Estimated Price : 33.00 lakh
There are very few motorcycles that have drop-dead gorgeous looks and the hardware to back those looks. In a way, the 1299 Panigale, even in pictures, demands a second, third, and even a fourth look every time one lays eyes on it.
2015 Ducati 1299 Panigale
It certainly is a thing of outstanding beauty and looks alone makes the 1299 score so high on every bike lover’s wishlist to own one or at least ride one around a track, lap after lap. But the new 1299 is much more than just one sexy looking sportbike. 
Ducati 1299 Panigale details
The new Superquadro engine in the Ducati 1299 Panigale is incorporated into the Monoscocca chassis, providing the perfect platform from which to deliver over 205PS of power from the 1285cc L-twin engine. The new 1299 Panigale boasts of practicality to make it ideal for the track as well as for the road. Improved road manners and new electronics and rider aids may even make it easier and more forgiving than ever before.
1299 Panigale
The total focus on light weight gives the Panigale a power-to-weight ratio that sets the reference in its class. Combined with advanced electronic controls and the finest brakes, suspension, and other components, this creates an incredibly potent package that takes riders to the very apex of performance.

Ducati has enhanced its electronics package via an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) that measures acceleration in relation to three axes and calculates the bike’s angle of roll and pitch. Ducati Wheelie Control, Cornering ABS, and on the S model, Ducati Electronic Suspension, use the information provided by the IMU to continually adapt the bike’s performance based on the conditions.
Ducati 1299 Panigale
Suspension on the S model is composed of an Ohlins Smart EC semi-active suspension system that’s similar in design to what comes standard on the 2015 Yamaha R1M, but with Ducati-specific settings. With this system, Ohlins divides the riding into different events instead of looking every millisecond at what the chassis is doing and making continuous adjustments.
Additional electronics on the Panigale include an eight-level (plus off) Ducati Wheelie Control system borrowed from the Superleggera, a Ducati Quick Shifter with auto-blip function for upshifts and downshifts, as well as an adjustable Engine Brake Control system.
There’s no ignoring the Panigale and with those incredible looks, it certainly is one superbike which will turn many heads as well as hearts - of both those riding it and admiring it


Kawasaki Vulcan S Bikes

                                                                     Expected Launch Date : Late 2015
                                                                     Estimated Price : 6.00 lakh
Kawasaki may be gearing up to launch its first cruiser in the Indian market with the introduction of the Vulcan S.

The Vulcan S, introduced internationally last year, is powered by a liquid-cooled 649cc parallel twin derived from the Ninja 650, but with revised cam profiles, modified intake tract, exhaust and ECU.
Kawasaki Vulcan S
The good news is that it is expected to be assembled in India, putting a very attractive sticker price of around Rs 6 lakh (ex-showroom).
Vulcan S
In the international market, the Vulcan S is offered with customized ergonomics - dealer-installed seat, footpeg and handlebar options at no extra cost. That certainly makes it an attractive consideration for the average Indian and even riders of short stature, to customize the ergonomics according to individual preference. ABS is standard on the Vulcan S, but could be offered as an option here in India.



The 250 Duke’s faired cousin was also present at the Tokyo Motor Show and is already being manufactured at their facility in Chakan, Pune. The RC250 boasts of specifications identical to that of the 250 Duke- 250cc motor producing 31.3 PS @ 9,000 RPM and a peak torque of 24Nm @ 7,250 rpm. Like the 250 Duke, the RC250 will fill the void between the RC200 and RC390 and will also help KTM compete with similar offering from Yamaha and Kawasaki.
  • Expected Price: INR 1.85 lakhs (ex-showroom)

Adventure 390

Although there have been delays in the proposed launch of the KTM Adventure series, the company has stated that these bikes will make it to India. KTM is concentrating more on the naked and sports bike range for the sole reason that these bikes are the ones that are expected to bring in good numbers. Still, the KTM Adventure 390 could find its way into KTM showrooms by the end of this year. The bike will be powered by a 374cc single cylinder engine which puts out 43 bhp and 35 Nm torque. Looks will basically be a scaled down version of existing larger capacity bike from KTM’s Adventure stable such as the Adventure 1190. This Adventure 390 is easily among the most awaited of all upcoming KTM bikes in India 2015 – 2016.
  • Expected Price: INR 2.5 lakhs (ex-showroom)
  • Expected Launch: early 2016

Yamaha YZF R25

Our guess is that the Yamaha R25 India launch will happen in April next year and the new model could go on sale at a price of INR 2.4 lakhs. The R25 will lock horns with KTM RC390, Hero HX250R and the likes. The bike will be powered by a twin cylinder, 8-Valves, 250cc DOHC engine that pushes out 35.5 bhp @12000 RPM and 22.1 Nm @ 10000 RPM.
  • Yamaha R25 India launch – April 2014
  • Yamaha R25 price – INR 2.40 lakhs

Hero HX250R

The Hero HX250R launch is expected to be around the corner and the HX250R will soon become the most powerful Hero motorcycle ever! Powering the bike is a 250cc single cylinder motor that outputs 31 bhp. Our guess is that the price of the non-ABS HX250R could be in the region of INR 1.6 lakhs. The upcoming Hero bike will be a Honda CBR250R adversary.
  • Hero HX250R India launch – January 2014
  • Hero HX250R price – INR 1.65 lakhs (non ABS variant)

The Indian two-wheeler market has come a long way in the past few years. A market which was largely limited to commuter segment along with a section of buyers in the above 200cc category is now seeing an incursion of some of best performance motorcycles around the world like KTMDucatiBenelli and others.we have brought you a list of top 5 performance motorcycles sold under INR 2 lakhs in India

Bajaj Pulsar CS400
Along with the RS400, the homegrown automaker will also launch the production-spec Pulsar CS400 (Cruiser Sport). This bike will be powered by a 375cc liquid-cooled fuel injected engine that is expected to produce close to 40PS of power

1) Yamaha R15, Racing Instinct - The Yamaha R15 oozes of sportiness and it looks very good. The styling is derived from the elderly Yamaha R1 and the manufacturer has surely hit the right chords with buyers. The R15 also delivers good performance to keep up with its styling and overall the bike gives out great appeal. We can't wait to see how the next-generation R15 ups the racing instinct

sukan kumar