The Suzuki Gixxer 250 impressed us in its BS4 guise, but have the newest emission norms strangled the performance and made the motorcycle dull? More importantly, is it worth the premium over its rivals in the quarter-litre space? We rode the motorcycle for this comprehensive review and to find answers to those questions.Read full review
Since, its inception in 2007, it has managed to strike a sweet balance between performance, styling and comfort. Over the years, Suzuki has improved this scooter thus making it a better product with every iteration.Read full review
The 250cc is a very interesting segment. Because this is where you get motorcycles that have aspirational styling, tonnes of features and performance that will make you own a motorcycle for much longer than you would have wanted. Read full review
The Suzuki V-Strom 650XT is one of the better all-round ADVs on the market. It is comfortable enough to do long distances on. And, as we have seen through the course of our reviews, it can very well handle some of the off-roady stuff dished out to it as well.Read full review
We are at the Kari Motor Speedway. It’s a short and narrow racetrack near Coimbatore. It is technical and challenging, and an absolute blast on a small capacity motorcycle. And by small we mean sub-500cc bikes.
The Burgman Street ushers in a new class of scooters. Besides the daily commute, we have ridden it around with a pillion, taken it off the beaten track, and we have also done an intercity road trip on the scooter. And, after nearly three months we are ready to wrap things up. Here then is a list of things we liked and some we didn’t about living with the Burgman Street.
What is a scooter? It needs to epitomise comfort, ease of riding, and a stress-free commute. After having ridden the Burgman Street in the city for a month and nearly 700km, we think it comes pretty close to that.