- India is undoubtedly one of the largest two-wheeler markets in the world but it isn’t the same as it was before. The consumers here want much more from a scooter now than one with paltry features that will help them commute from one point to another and carry the least maintenance cost.Read detailed comparison
- 2020 has almost come to end and it has not been a good year for the world. The pandemic, the multiple lockdowns and job losses have made it difficult for everyone to surviveRead detailed comparison
- Is the KTM 250 Adventure that much better than the Himalayan to command a premium of nearly Rs 55,000? Or, does it still make more sense to go for the Royal Enfield?Read detailed comparison
- The XPulse 200 and the Royal Enfield Himalayan have a lot of things in common. Both bikes are meant to be ridden on the road as well as off the road. That is why you will see a large travel on the suspension, good ground clearance, and the on-off road tyres. Plus, you don’t need to spend a million rupees to find yourself an ADV.Read detailed comparison
The Suzuki V-Strom seems to be the flavour of the season at BikeWale. We had compared it with the Kawasaki Versys 650 a little over three months ago. It won that test. And, now here it is again; this time going up against the Benelli TRK 502X.Read detailed comparison
A little over Rs 50,000 separate the two. But beyond that – take engine capacity, number of cylinders, output figures, or even the genre of motorcycles these represent – and you’d find these are more closely related than you thought. These are both twin cylinder 650cc motorcycles with a sit-up-and-ride and go-anywhere attitude.Read detailed comparison
‘Cool’ is the middle name.
The Activa in its latest 5G avatar takes on the TVS Jupiter Classic.Read detailed comparison
The similarities between the two are many. Both cost around Rs 7 lakhs, come with 'all-black' styling, and have liquid cooled twin cylinder engines that masquerade as air cooled units, you know, just to trick you into believing these have old world charm. These are also both low slung, laid back and ideal upgrades for various Royal Enfield owners.