Street 750: Built for Asia, made in India

When early last year Harley Davidson unveiled two new motorcycles, it injected a high dose of expectation in the market since they were SMALL bikes — by Harley standards — a 750 cc and a 500 cc.

Unassuming, but delightful on city roads

That is what Inazuma means in Japanese. The quarter-litre twin engine from Suzuki is a nippy ride, but will the high price tag nip it in the bud?

Triumph's new Speed Triple reviewed

The electric blue naked motorcycle you see here is the Speed Triple from Triumph. You could think of it as the angst-ridden (and larger-hearted) sibling of the gentlemanly Street Triple.

Inazuma: Unassuming, but delightful on city roads

Lightning strike, that is what Inazuma means in Japanese. The quarter-litre twin engine from Suzuki is a nippy ride. It is also very handsome, despite the absence of graphics altogether, but will the high price tag nip it in the bud?

Hero's new Splendor iSmart review, test ride

Succeeding the CD 100’s path, the first-generation Splendor was launched in India in 1994 under Hero’s partnership with Honda, receiving strong sales figures ever since, with nominal technical and cosmetic upgrades over time.

Hyosung's new GD250N first look review

DSK Motowheels showcased a wide model range at the 2014 Auto Expo, Delhi.

Yamaha Alpha review

Yamaha first showcased its new Alpha scooter at the 2014 Auto Expo earlier in the year, after which we’ve managed to lay our hands on one to pen this first ride impression.

Hyosung's new RT125D review, test ride

DSK Hyosung showcased the RT125D at the 2014 Auto Expo, creating quite a stir.

Vespa S review, test ride

There’s something unique about all Vespa scooters, and the new Vespa S is no different, as it gets set to spice up the Indian scooter market with some all-Italian seasoning.

Harley-Davidson Street 750, first look, review

Harley-Davidson rules the Indian big bike market roost today, with consistently impressive sales figures flowing in on the back of a burgeoning following of Indian bike enthusiasts.

Start. Stop. Start. Hero Splendor goes smart

Arguably the most significant offering since parting ways with Honda, the new Splendor’s i3S technology will appeal to frugal commuters

TVS Scooty Zest first look, review

A new version of one of India’s most popular automatic scooters amongst women, the TVS Scooty, was seen at the 2014 Auto Expo; weeks after we broke the news of a spied version undergoing testing.

Hero Splendor goes smart, retains the heart of the beast

The humble Hero Honda has gone through many transformations. This year, Hero has brought a new variant of its Splendor, the iSmart, which it showcased at the recent Auto Expo. HT got to ride the bike. Here is what we found.
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