Hero MotoCorp, the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, continues to celebrate reaching the 100 million (10 crores) total manufacturing milestone. For its consumers in India, the local firm has introduced new service and exchange offerings. Read on to learn more about Hero bike exchange offer 2021.
The fad of customizing your bike is gaining traction among the younger generation, and many workshops across India are producing one-of-a-kind customized that won’t break the bank. The pricing of this Royal Enfield Classic 350 customized variant is said to be quite low.
A basic upgrade for your motorcycle may be done for as little as Rs 15,000, according to an up-and-coming Delhi workshop. This is a very affordable price for personalizing your motorcycle to fit your specific preferences and personality. This soft tail Bobber based on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 caught our eye today.
Royal Enfield announced last year that it has begun development on EMs. The Royal Enfield Photon electric nevertheless can never start. This 200kg electric bike is based on a Royal Enfield Classic 500, which incidentally is no longer available in India. The UK business Electric Classic Vehicles, that generally handles such modifications for cars, has turned them into an electric bike.
The local automaker Mahindra & Mahindra just debuted the all-new 2020 Thar at this year’s Independence Day celebrations. The car was one of the most anticipated debuts of the year, and it did not disappoint those who had been waiting for it. Mahindra is capitalizing on the burgeoning Make-in-India sentiments by focusing on ‘Aatamnirbhar Bharat.’ Not only will the new Mahindra Thar be showcased on Independence Day, but it will also be officially launched on October 2. ‘Made in India With Pride,’ says the chassis plate on the Mahindra Thar.
Veterans with pay levels 10-18 (including retired) and their widows would be able to buy a four-wheeler worth up to INR 12 lakh (excluding GST) just once every eight years under the new rules. The four-engine wheeler’s capacity should not exceed 2,500 cc. Veterans with pay levels 3A to 9 (including retired) and their widows will be able to buy a four-wheeler twice: once while their service and once after they retire.
When you think about a Maruti Suzuki Omni, what comes to mind? Maybe a drab workhorse that doubled as a ‘kidnapping automobile’ in Bollywood films from the 1990s? The Omni was on the market for nearly 30 years, and even at the conclusion of its life, it was able to find enough purchasers in the business sector. The Maruti Omni was the go-to car for small business owners that needed to carry limited supplies quickly due to its utility abilities. Let’s have a look at this gorgeously Omni modified car now.
The Bajaj Discover bikes are no longer available on the company’s website. It’s possible that the 110cc and 125cc commuter motorcycles may be phased out.
The BS6 era is here for Bajaj Auto. The two-wheeler behemoth has replaced the previous BS4 models on its website with BS6-compliant versions. The Bajaj Discover commuter bikes have been removed off the company’s official website as a result of this. The Discover 110 and Discover 125 BS6 may have been withdrawn as a result of this.
In India, the Hyundai i20 nameplate is one of the most well-known in the premium hatchback market. Hyundai went all-in with its latest update, adorning the car with a slew of upgrades that might very well help it maintain its position in the market.
In terms of style and aesthetics, the automobile now conforms to Hyundai’s current design language, with uncanny parallels to Hyundai’s Verna and Elantra models. Hyundai offers the automobile in a total of eight color choices, including two dual-tone schemes. However, the automobile is missing out on the i20 black aesthetic that we all adore. As a result, Shoeb, a digital designer, assisted us in visualizing what that might be like.
Piaggio’s aspirations to partner with Aprilia to enter the 250-300cc motorcycle market are nothing new. Diego Graffi, the company’s Managing Director, previously announced that the brand is planning motorcycles in the 250-300 cc range. Now, a new report claims that the planned motorcycle’s manufacture has been postponed. The reason for the delay is unknown, however it could be tied to the creation of an entirely new platform to handle Aprilia’s 250-300 cc motorcycles. Though these items will be produced with India in mind, they will be of world-class quality and will be sold in a variety of worldwide markets.