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.
There's Xerox and photocopying. There's Bisleri and packaged water. And then there's the Activa and the gearless scooter. But, there's also the Access and the 125cc scooter. But now, with the Grazia and the Ntorq, the 125cc gearless scooter field has been thrown wide open. These are both more stylish, better equipped, and promise equally potent – if not better – twist-and-go performance as the Access.Read detailed comparison
The 125cc scooter segment has suddenly become as popular as the 110cc space. Customers want more power and features. They also have more disposable income. So most of the manufacturers are hustling their way into this spectrum because no one wants to lose this opportunity. Suzuki has been in this space for a while now, with the Access 125. But it took things to a whole new level with the new Access 125 which was launched in early 2016. It had the right ingredients to not only make it an exciting scooter, but also a value-for-money scooter. But now, it has a sporty rival, the Aprilia SR 125 which promises to offer the same amount of excitement, if not better. But is it a value for money purchase? Let’s find out!Read detailed comparison
We should have compared these two motorcycles a while ago. The Benelli 302R and the Kawasaki Ninja 300 are, after all, most compared against each other. But, the Kawasaki press bike wasn’t available in BS-IV form for the longest time. And, when it was, we were bombarded with other new motorcycles and scooters, which pushed the 302 vs 300 test right to the back of the line.Read detailed comparison
This comparison between the KTM and the Bajaj will answer questions like, is it really worth going for the much more expensive 2017 Duke 390 or you can settle for the well-priced and powerful Bajaj Dominar 400, which shares the same engine architecture.Read detailed comparison