Amidst the recent unveiling of the Bajaj Pulsar SS200 in many countries abroad, now we have the pictures of the new motorcycle being displayed at a Trade far in Turkey. The upcoming new bike is yet to be launched and may officially go on sale in the coming months in India.
On the back drop of the 2015 Budget, the government has increased the price of the petrol by Rs 3.18 per litre, which is quite steep. Diesel wasn’t left alone, which also saw a steep hike of Rs 3.09 per litre. This is the first time the government has announced such a steep hike in prices of both the fuel since its global rate fall. This new price will be effective from Sunday.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has presented the Union Budget in the Indian parliament and has made some major announcements that will benefit the auto industry if not immediately, then over the course of this financial year.
Bajaj might reintroduce the new CT100 commuter motorcycle in the Indian market, with a price tag of Rs 35,801. The Pune-based manufacturer has already commenced the dealer despatch of the first batch of the new CT100, and deliveries are expected to commence in the second week of March.
The 2015-2016 Union Budget will be presented in the Indian Parliament on February 28 and ahead of its highly anticipated arrival the auto industry is echoing common sentiments across segments and sectors. There is hope that this government will bring some further relief to the industry. We have put togther some of the common demand across the industry.
KTM has announced that the Mumbai edition of its zonal flagship event, the Orange Day, will take place on February 28. The event will take place at 4.30 pm onwards in the parking area of Inorbit Mall in Malad.
MRF has introduced a new set of tyres called the Revz-FC1 and Revz-C1 for the KTM Duke 390 and the RC390. These tyres come in the exact sizes as the Pirelli Metzler Sportec that come as standard in the two motorcycles.
Last week, Moto Guzzi unveiled the V7 Stone ABS at the India Bike Week 2015 in Vagator, Goa, hinting at the bike’s possible launch in the Indian market.
Yamaha Motor India has launched two new colour schemes for its most successful motorcycle, the YZF-R15 2.0. The company says that the introduction of GP blue and streaking cyan colours are to celebrate the upcoming Holi festival.
Last week, Benelli unveiled three new models – Tre 1130 K Amazonas, TNT 250 and the Blackster 250 at the India Bike Week 2015 in Vagator, Goa. While the company had refused divulge details about these bikes’ launch dates, our sources have revealed that these three new models will go on sale in the Indian market in May, this year.
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