We bring you all the action from this week.
Hero has revived the Karizma moniker by reintroducing the 2014 model with a new BS-IV engine. The specifications are all the same, although the new Karizma does get three new paint schemes. It is also available in dual-tone colours, priced at Rs 1.10 lakhs (ex-showroom).
Harley-Davidson has announced its roadmap for the next couple of years. A part of this ambitious roadmap is a plan to tie-up with an Asian manufacturer to develop a motorcycle targeted at the Indian audience. This motorcycle will sit in 250cc to 500cc market space and is expected to go up against Royal Enfield motorcycles.
Earlier this year, Ducati announced its intentions to launch four new bikes this year. While the Panigale V4 and Multistrada 1260 have already gone on sale, the Scrambler 1100 is next in line. The motorcycle was recently spotted in India in a warehouse, and is expected to be launched in the next few weeks.
While Hero MotoCorp enjoys an iconic status among the commuter motorcycle buyers, the Xpulse will give enthusiasts a reason to flock the brand’s showrooms. A spiritual successor of the Impulse, the Xpulse is, by far, the most eagerly awaited Hero motorcycle in the country. We got a word that the motorcycle will be launched here by December, and not the festive season as it was speculated earlier.
The Renegade Commando is the highest selling model in UM’s range. The motorcycle was recently spotted at a dealership donning a matte black paint scheme. This is sure to further boost the demand for the cruiser.