Titan India, the makers of watches, eyewear, and bags has ventured into the helmets segment. The company will sell a range of helmets under its Fastrack brand in the Rs 400-crore organised industry. The company has priced these helmets between Rs 1,495 and Rs 3,495.
DSK Motowheels motorcycle club Hy Ryders rode to Panshet for a weekend ride coupled with training session to improve their riding skills and to understand their motorcycle better.
BMW has officially started production of their motorcycles in Thailand. Initially, the BMW F800R will be manufactured and sold in Thailand only.
Hero MotoCorp has formed a joint venture with the Italy-based Magneti Marelli to develop and sell next generation powertrains. The joint venture has been named HMC-MM Auto Ltd and both the companies will invest USD 27 million (Rs 168 crore) over the next 10 years.
Hero MotoCorp has reported a 5.61 per cent increase in total sales at 5,30,530 units. The company managed to sell 5,02,305 units in the same month last year.
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India has reported an increase of 43 per cent in their overall sales in November 2013. The company sold 3,19,080 units as compared to 2,23,145 units in the same month last year.
KTM have updated their official India site with information about the RC 200 and the RC 390 launch in India. The site earlier read as “Not available in India” and now has been changed to “Coming soon to India”.
Yamaha Motor India has registered an increase of 28 per cent in overall sales in November 2013. The company sold 57,160 units in November as compared to 44,688 units in the same month last year.
Mahindra Two Wheelers have reported a 126 per cent increase in their November 2013 sales. The company sold 24,245 units out of which domestic sales stood at 23,831 units.
KTM has increased the price of the 390 Duke ABS by Rs 6,500; a Delhi KTM dealer confirmed this news on Facebook. The bike was launched at an introductory price of Rs 1.80 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) few months ago and the Bajaj-KTM is known to increase prices within few months of the launch. With this increase, KTM will now retail for Rs 1.86 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).
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