2022 has been eventful, to say the least in terms of launches, reviews, and much more. The Indian two-wheeler industry came across many highlights and we tried to cover them all. And similar to 2021, we’ve curated a list of the five most popular news stories on BikeWale. Let’s take a look.
2022 Yamaha FZ-S offered in five colour options
Similar to 2021, Yamaha has again made it to the top this year but with the FZ-S. The Japanese commuter was updated with a lick of new paint schemes – Matte Red and Matte Blue (for the FZ-S) and Metallic Black, Metallic Grey, and Majesty Red (for the FZ-S Deluxe Edition). Here’s the full story.
Hero Splendor Plus X-tec is here!
Soon after Hero MotoCorp launched the most modern Splendor in India, we managed to get its images at a dealership. The Splendor has become a household name in the commuter segment over the last few decades. And with the recent set of updates, it now packs even more features like smartphone connectivity, USB charging, LED, and a digital dash. But how much does it cost? Read here to know.
New Yamaha MT 15 V2.0 bookings open!
The MT 15 V2.0’s launch was around the corner and Yamaha dealers had already started accepting the bookings too. Depending on the dealership, the amount varied and the Yamaha streetfighter was set to receive cosmetic as well as functional updates for 2022. But what were the changes that we expected on the latest iteration? Click here to know.
7 new Royal Enfield motorcycles could be launched in 2022
In the past few months, Royal Enfield’s future plans have unfolded at an unprecedented pace. However, we broke the new of not one but seven new bikes incoming from Royal Enfield back in January. The list comprises various code names and some images as well of what could one expect from the bikemaker. Head here to see the entire line up.
New Honda ADV 160 launched; rivals Yamaha Aerox 155
Last but not least, Honda launched its ADV 160 overseas earlier this year. The maxi-scooter packs off-road-ready attire and the overall design too is quite attractive. Right from the split LED headlights, to the suspension, tyres, and more. But would Honda launch it in India? Here’s the full story.