The Finance Minister of India has indicated that the famous Goods and Service tax (GST) could come into force from April 1, 2016. This was announced during a function organised on the occasion of the completion of one year of the new government.
Post the launch of the CB Unicorn 160, reports had suggested that Honda will stop selling the 150cc Unicorn in the Indian market, though the Japanese manufacturer never confirmed these rumours. Now though, Honda has taken off the Unicorn from its Indian website, indicating that the motorcycle has been officially discontinued in the Indian market.
TVS Srichakra, the tyre unit of TVS Motor Company is developing radial tyres for the motorcycles that will come from the TVS-BMW alliance.
Facelifted version of the Honda CB Trigger has been spied recently at their Gurgaon facility. The spied motorcycle was covered with cheap duct tape to hide the changes that the motorcycle is expected to get.
Gujarat Police has just taken the delivery of six customised Harley-Davidson Street 750. The motorcycles that have been specially designed for the Gujarat Police will be put in service immediately.
Hyosung has strengthened its network in India by opening a new showroom in Delhi. Called Urban Bykes, the new showroom is located at Main Rama Road, opposite Kirti Nagar Metro Station of the capital city, and was inaugurated by Mr Shivapada Ray, the COO of DSK Motowheels.
India Hot Rod Festival (IHRF) has been organised at the Buddha International Circuit (BIC) on July 25-26. Custom built cars and motorcycles will be displayed at the event.
50 Harley-Davidson riders took part in the second international HOG ride. Organised by the Bengal chapter, these riders rode for seven days on the winding roads of Bhutan.
If certain reports are to be believed, then we could say that Kawasaki is secretly working on a new motorcycle, which might feature a 200cc engine.
It is been a long time since Mahindra Two Wheeler acquired a 51 per cent stake in the scooter division of Peugeot PSA. We never heard anything from both the companies about the launch of the scooters in India, until now. Now, as per a report by Topgear, Mahindra Two Wheeler might offer three Peugeot scooters for the Indian market, whenever the French products are feasible for the Indian market.
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