Bike & Car Reviews

Hero Launches Splendor iSmart 110 in India at ₹ 53,300

HIGHLIGHTS The Splendor iSmart 110 is Hero’s first self-developed motorcycle Power will come from the all-new 110cc single-cylinder, air-cooled engine The new Splendor 110 will be the second Hero bike to get i3S technology Hero MotoCorp today launched the long awaited Splendor iSmart 110 in India priced at ₹ 53,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is the second bike from Hero to ... Read More »

Hero Splendor Reclaims No. 1 Position in Two Wheeler Market

HIGHLIGHTS Hero Splendor has seven different products Latest Splendor bike is Hero Splendor iSmart 110 Hero Splendor pips Honda Activa for first position in sales Hero MotoCorp has wrested the top selling two-wheeler crown from Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) with the Hero Splendor reclaiming its position as the most sold two-wheeler in the country by selling almost 4,000 ... Read More »

Top 5 commuter bikes below Rs 60,000

New Delhi: About six of the ten motorcycles sold in India are priced in the range up to Rs 60,000 and mostly these buyers keep value for money quotient on the top of its preference. The motorcycles priced in this range focus more on fuel efficiency and almost every two-wheeler manufacturer has its presence in the commuter motorcycle space. The ... Read More »

All-new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport to hit Indian Showrooms by April 2018

The all-new Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, which went on sale internationally in 2015, is expected to arrive in India by April 2018. The third generation of the Pajero Sport is expected to receive cosmetic updates and a few tweaks in its drivetrain. The exterior is revamped and the new car loses the entire rugged look, instead it carries a more futuristic ... Read More »

Hyundai Veloster N spotted lapping the Nurburgring

The sport variant of the Hyundai Veloster was spotted doing laps around the Nurburgring, Veloster N. ‘N’ is the Korean manufacturer’s in-house tuner and the ‘N’ badge is worn by Hyundai’s high performance cars. The spotted car packs superior hardware compared to the standard Veloster and qualifies for the title of a ‘sports coupe’. The test mule wears a strong ... Read More »

Audi Q6 digitally rendered

Audi has confirmed a new addition to its Q-range that will be slotted in between the Q5 and the Q7. As the naming philosophy of the German carmaker goes, the new SUV will be called the Q6 and will feature an all-electric powertrain. Here we have a digital rendering of the upcoming Q6, which is speculated to come out sometime ... Read More »

Ford Figo Titanium 1.5 Ti-VCT AT Long Term Review Report 4

This month we will talk about the Ford Figo’s intercity travel ability. And to make it comprehensive we have thrown in an expressway, a winding state highway and your regular four-lanned national highway as well. Now, if you want to know more about other aspects of the car – is it any good in the city, does it have usable ... Read More »

Specialized second-generation Diverge Comp review

Specialized has updated the Diverge for 2018 with a deeper commitment to the bike’s off-road capabilities. The second-generation Diverge features a re-designed frameset that eschews Zertz elastomers in favour of a Future Shock suspension unit for the stem. There is more room for wider tyres and the geometry of the frame has been refined. And according to Specialized, the new ... Read More »

BMC Roadmachine 01 review

“Fast, comfortable, slick-looking and at home on every road, the Roadmachine 01 is impressive” Highs: Looks, all-round ability, performance Lows: BMC’s best doesn’t come cheap Buy if: You want a stunningly integrated, future-proofed, head-turning bike with almost no compromises Looking like a futuristic, stylised bike concept drawing with clean lines and no cables, BMC’s new three-model range is topped by ... Read More »

Canyon Endurace WMN AL 7.0: bike review

Putting women first: the Canyon Endurace WMN has been designed to for female riders Tomorrow, the bicycle celebrates quite a big birthday. It’s exactly 200 years since Karl Drais set out on his so-called ‘running machine’ in Mannheim, Germany. His invention formed the basis of the bike as we now know it. Clearly much has changed, but it’s hard to ... Read More »