Honda Bikes Expert Reviews

Honda Unicorn 150 vs Bajaj Pulsar 150 Comparison Test

Honda Unicorn 150 vs Bajaj Pulsar 150 Comparison Test

Which should you be looking at if you're in the market for a budget 150cc commuter?

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Honda CB Unicorn 150 First Ride Review

Honda CB Unicorn 150 First Ride Review

We review Honda's hot-selling 150cc commuter motorcycle - the CB Unicorn 150.

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Honda Activa Lovato CNG vs Hero Electric Photon: Comparison Test

Honda Activa Lovato CNG vs Hero Electric Photon: Comparison Test

Lovato and Mahangar Gas Limited (MGL) recently launched CNG conversion kits for scooters in Mumbai. These might prove to be the ideal progression for someone wanting to reduce their carbon footprint or just find an economical mode of mobility. On paper, these kits seem promising on both performance and efficiency fronts, but how does a CNG-powered scooter stack up against an electric scooter? 

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TVS Jupiter MillionR vs Honda Aviator: Comparison Review

TVS Jupiter MillionR vs Honda Aviator: Comparison Review

Scooters have grown from becoming simple point A to point B modes of transport to instruments of convenience. With a rapid evolution in the definition of ‘convenience’, today’s educated customer expects his scooter to do a lot more than just be easy to use. Every manufacturer is trying to lure customers with more and more creature comforts, and the sales figures indicate that this formula is working quite well. 

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5 labours of Honda Navi: Review

5 labours of Honda Navi: Review

We all know of Hercules. The son of Zeus (and some mere mortal); one with unfathomable strength; and one who after completing 12 labours became the greatest hero Greece had ever seen. The labours were also seen as a virtuous struggle that led Hercules to fame and immortality. Greeks called it pathos, though it has a less celebratory meaning in Oxford.

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Honda Navi vs Rajdoot 'Bobby' GTS: Comparison Review

Honda Navi vs Rajdoot 'Bobby' GTS: Comparison Review

It most definitely isn’t what it reads like. How could it be; one is a relic from the 60s, and the other, a new movement of sorts. This isn’t a Rajdoot ‘Bobby’ GTS vs Honda Navi comparison in the most serious sense. It is, instead, our way of tracing the journey of so-called ‘Monkey Bikes’ in India.

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Honda CB Shine vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Review

Honda CB Shine vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Review

Scooters are the flavour of this age. After their monumental rise, fall and the recent resurgence in the Indian market, scooters have now become the cash cows for several two-wheeler manufacturers in the country. While the Activa and the Splendor continue to be embroiled in a fistfight for the top spot in the two-wheeler market, scooters are now being looked at as alternative to motorcycles rather than just a secondary vehicle. 

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TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Carb vs Bajaj Pulsar AS200 vs Honda Hornet 160R: Comparison Test

TVS Apache RTR 200 4V Carb vs Bajaj Pulsar AS200 vs Honda Hornet 160R: Comparison Test

What we have here are two obvious players in the affordable and performance centric commuter class, and one outsider of sorts. The TVS Apache 200 4V – one of the obvious players, given it has nearly 20bhp – is the newest entrant. And though it is available both with fuel injection and carburetion, we have the latter for it is lesser priced.

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Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Test

Suzuki Access 125 vs Honda Activa 125: Comparison Test

Scooters in India cater to everyone - college kids, working professionals, housewives and even small business establishments. Why? Because they are easy to ride, affordable, there’s no need to change gear and yes, they’re easy to maintain too. But just like the mass market motorcycles, there’s a decent amount of segmentation here – 110cc and the 125cc.

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TVS Victor vs Honda Livo: Comparison test

TVS Victor vs Honda Livo: Comparison test

Even after years of dominance and constant prayers from enthusiasts (to kill the entry-level class so that bike makers could concentrate their energies and monies towards developing more fun to ride and quicker motorcycles) the entry-level class is still king.

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