40MPH Electric Scooter! Varla Eagle One Unboxed and Reviewed




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Hero Motorcorp – Making India Proud

Many people say that success stories and happy endings happen only in fairy tales. However, many real life incidents show that even in real life such fairy tales do happen. For instance, the growth of Hero Motocorp from a junior partner of a multinational brand to the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturer is something akin to a fairy tale. The first phase of the successful journey of the brand began in 1984, when it entered into a JV with Honda Motor Company Limited, Japan. Hero Honda Motors Limited went on to become the largest bike seller in the world. However, after a very successful career, both partners decided to end the JV in a phased manner.

Bajaj Pulsar – An Iconic Model

Bajaj Auto, one of the most recognized names in the Indian automobile industry, has given the country one of the best bikes ever in the form of Bajaj Pulsar. Entirely different from the cozy looking commuter bikes, the Bajaj Pulsar brought in a revolutionary change in the Indian bike sector. One of its kinds, this homegrown sport cum commuter bike created a special space for itself in the highly competitive two-wheeler market of India.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS – A Highly Anticipated Launch

Bajaj is a familiar name to Indians. Even before the Bajaj bikes became popular, the brand was associated with sturdy scooters, which were a rage in the past. As those heavy scooters gave way to light and gearless versions, Bajaj forayed into hitherto untested waters of motorcycle making. Soon, the brand name Bajaj began to be associated with high performing, low cost, fuel efficient two-wheelers -mostly bikes. However, the real turning point in the history of the company was when the Pulsar series of bikes were introduced by them. Until the Pulsar came along, sports bikes in India were the privilege of a selected few. With the introduction of Pulsar, that changed and more and more people could afford to buy a sports bike of their own.

Bajaj Pulsar 220 – A Stylish Bike

The Bajaj bikes are very popular in India because of their bold designs and competitive fuel efficiencies. The Bajaj Pulsar originally introduced in 2001 with 150 and 180 cc models has undergone many revamps. A 220 cc compact sports model has been launched in 2007. The sports model got a facelift and has been released as Bajaj Pulsar 220F in 2011. This bike is the cheapest sports bike available in India at a price of Rupees 82,023 ex-showroom.

Bajaj Discover 125 – Discovering Speed

Bajaj Motorcycles and Scooters Limited is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India. Many world class bikes have come out from their stable. The Bajaj has many vehicles in the 100 cc, 125 cc and 150 cc segments. The Discover 125 was launched long back in 2004 in 4 variants. But in 2005 only a single variant was kept in circulation. The Discover 125 was re-launched in 2011. The Discover 125 ST was launched in 2012 and the variant 125T in 2013. In 2014 two variants Discover 125 Disc and 125 Drum have been launched.

Bajaj Discover 100T Vs Honda Dream Yuga

In the Indian two-wheeler industry there is high demand for the lower capacity fuel efficient bikes. Nearly 70% of the two-wheelers sold in India are 100 or 125 cc scooters or bikes. The Bajaj Discover and the Honda Dream Yuga are two popular bikes in the 100 cc segment.

Important Considerations When Purchasing Used Motorcycles

There are plenty of used motorcycles for sale. So many, in fact, that you may feel overwhelmed by the number of choices. However, there are a few basic tips that can make it much easier to find the one that is right for you.

How to Maintain a Motorcycle

A motorcycle requires a lot of maintenance, just like any other type of vehicle. But there are several ways you can take care of your ride that won’t have to cost a great deal of money.

Hero Ignitor Vs Honda CBF Stunner

In the Indian two-wheeler market, Hero Honda has been one of the best and popular bikes used for daily commuting. After dissolving their partnership, Hero and Honda formed two different companies, Honda and Hero MotoCorp.

Hero Motocorp Splendor Vs TVS Star City – Evenly Matched Rivals

Hero Motocorp, an Indian company engaged in the manufacture and sales of motorbikes and scooters, is also the world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer. TVS Motors, another Indian business corporation, is also engaged in the business of making two-wheelers. Between them, these two makers have given the Indian bike market some of the best bikes. Both these manufacturers are known for the extremely dependable, cost-effective and low-maintenance bikes they offer to the buyers. Hero Splendor and TVS Star City are two of the top-selling models from these makers.

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