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TWIN SPARK IGNITION TRICS III INTELLIGENT C.D.I.

EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

DTS-i
A patented technology that has made Pulsar the most followed bike both on the road and in competition R&D labs. At the heart of every Pulsar is one of the most sophisticated engine technology this country has ever built. The DTS-i System. A technological marvel that ensures maximum performance with the lowest consumption and emission levels possible. We will be more than happy to let a Pulsarmaniac like you, get to know the secret behind this breakthrough Pulsar technology.

DTS-i TWIN SPARK IGNITION TRICS III INTELLIGENT C.D.I. EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

DTS-i ENGINE

Twin Spark Ignition


Normal ignition system has a single spark plug. The flame front created by the spark takes some time to reach the entire combustion chamber. Hence the burning of air-fuel mixture is slow and incomplete. In case of twin spark, two spark-plugs fire at the same time. This simultaneous firing and swirl of the airfuel mixture results in complete combustion. This action is digitally controlled by the DTS-i system (namely the twin spark plugs, TRICS III and intelligent CDI)

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Complete combustion of air-fuel mixture gives maximum power without sacrificing mileage output. Ensures emissions are eco-friendly

INTELLIGENT C.D.I. EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

DTS-i ENGINE
Trics III
Power and torque requirements constantly change, depending on whether the rider is cruising, accelerating or is at high speeds/max speed. Throttle Responsive Ignition Control System - III is an intelligent system which can quickly adapt ignition timing to suit different riding characteristics.

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TRICS III helps in achieving a good balance between low-to-mid range torque and top-end power. This helps to ride easily in different conditions like flyovers, hilly areas, dense traffic and highway cruising TRICS III is patented by Bajaj Auto Ltd.

TWIN SPARK IGNITION TRICS III INTELLIGENT C.D.I. EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

DTS-i ENGINE
Intelligent C.D.I.
The Intelligent Capacitor Discharge Ignition contains a microprocessor, which continuously senses different speeds and load on engine and responds by altering ignition timing. Working together with the TRICSIII system, the microprocessor's memory provides optimum ignition timings for any given engine rpm, thereby obtaining the best combustion performance.

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Improves fuel-efficiency and reduces engine noise and vibration through smoother power delivery. Intelligent CDI is patented by Bajaj Auto Ltd.

SPARK IGNITION TRICS III INTELLIGENT C.D.I. EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

DTS-i ENGINE
ExhausTEC
ExhausTEC' is a device incorporated in the exhaust system. TEC stands for Torque Expansion Chamber. It is a tuned box (resonator) fitted onto the header pipe of the exhaust In the lower rpm zones, the ExhausTEC helps to build a negative pressure pulse (vacuum) at the exhaust valve, thereby sucking in more air-fuel mixture into the cylinder during intake valve opening.

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ExhausTEC produces high torque. Frequent gear shifting is not required in traffic, as vehicle has ability to pull in higher gears even at lower speeds. ExhausTEC is patented by Bajaj Auto Ltd.

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TWIN SPARK IGNITION TRICS III INTELLIGENT C.D.I. EXHAUSTEC 4 VALVE

4 VALVE
A typical 2 valve engine valve engine has just 1/3 combustion chamber head area covered by the valves, but a 4 valve head increases that to more than 50% area. Because of this flow area of intake & exhaust port / passages leading to valves also get increased. This facilitates induction of more quantity of charge (air-fuel mixture) and also evacuation of all burnt gases inside the combustion chamber ensure faster, cleaner & more efficient combustion. This engine has 2 intake & 2 exhaust valves compared to 1 Intake & 1 exhaust Valve of a 2 valve engine. These valves are smaller & light weight compared to that of 2 valve engine. 4 Valves (2 Intake & 2 exhaust valves) are introduced to improve breathing means - intake & exhaust process of engine..

Bajaj Bikes and Scooters (Pulsar, Discover ...) Bajaj Auto is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of two wheeler and three wheelers in India. Bajaj is a very old Indian company and enjoys a traditional goodwill in the market. Bajaj bikes and scooters have their own fan following. Bajaj bikes cover the market with Bajaj Motor Cycles & Bajaj Scooters. Bajaj bikes address the market across these two categories motorbikes & scooters. All Bajaj two wheelers run on petrol and have a decent mileage. Bajaj motorbikes are popularly called, give great mileage & are fancied by the young and speedy. Founded in 1926, at the height of India's movement for independence from the British, the group has an illustrious history. Bajaj Auto is ranked as the world's fourth largest two- and three- wheeler manufacturer & the Bajaj brand is well-known across several countries. Bajaj Auto has smartly introduced new segments in the motorcycle market to take on its arch rival. Bajaj bikes in India are real value for money, the best of service and quality at economic rate. Bajaj bikes are great for its pleasure driving and mileage. On the other hand Bajaj scooter is an economy vehicle, in the reach of common man, more so, anybody youngsters, adult, old even ladies can safely ride this.

Top Selling Bajaj Bikes

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Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTSi

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Bajaj Pulsar 220cc DTS-Fi

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Bajaj XCD Exceed 125cc

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Bajaj Avenger DTSi

y 53,238

Bajaj Discover 135cc DTSi

Bikes from Bajaj : y y y y y y Bajaj Platina Bajaj XCD Bajaj Discover Bajaj Pulsar Bajaj Avenger Bajaj Kristal

Bajaj Motor Bikes


Bajaj motor cycles,or motorbikes,as such two wheelers are popularly called,give great mileage,and are fancied by the young and speedy. Bajaj bikes include popular models like the Bajaj Pulsar and the Bajaj Avenger. Bajaj Motor cycles include

Bajaj Platina

Platina (99.27 cc) Bajaj Platina is a leader in mileage & looks in the 100 cc class. The Bajaj Platina is resplendent in Platinum silver colour and shiny chrome graphics enhanced by a contrasting matt black silencer and graphite-tinted engine. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 30,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 35,500 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Platina. Bajaj Platina bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Bajaj XCD

XCD (125 cc) The Bajaj XCD DTS-Si 125 cc is easy to control, easy on the pocket, and a good choice for a 125 cc motorbike. The alloy wheel rims add flamboyance to the strong diamond frame body. The folding number plate is a cool idea and the electric start without a kick works like a charm. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 41,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 46,000 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj XCD. Bajaj XCD bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Bajaj Discover

The Bajaj Discover has two variants with 110 cc and 135cc engine. Bajaj Discover targets the middle class two wheeler consumers with Bajaj bike prices ranging from Rs. 46,000 to Rs. 55,000. Bajaj Discover variants include Discover DTS-I 135 cc Bajaj Discover 135 cc lies in between the 125 cc and 150 cc segments with an engine displacement of 134.21 cc. The Bajaj Discover 135 cc is easy to control, easy on the pocket, and a good choice between a 125 cc and 150 cc motorbike. At the showroom, this motorbike costs around Rs. 49,000 and an on-road price of around Rs. 56,000 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Discover DTS-I 135 cc. Bajaj Discover DTS-I 135 cc bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Bajaj Pulsar

Bajaj Motor Bikes An extremely popular bike on the Indian roads,the Bajaj Pulsar currently offers four varieties the Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc,the Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc,the Bajaj Pulsar 200 cc,and the Bajaj Pulsar 220cc. Bajaj Pulsar bikes range in on road prices from around Rs. 62,500 to Rs. 90,500. Pulsar 150 cc DTS-i A combination of technology and engineering, Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc offers enhanced features like Digital

Twin Ignition Technology (DTS-i) based engine, digital console, ride feel and chassis. New motorbikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 55,000 to Rs. 63,000 at Ahmedabad, which inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc DTS-i cc. Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc DTS-i cc bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Pulsar 180 cc DTS-i Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc DTS-I is a cool, mean machine using Digital Twin Technology Ignition (DTSI-i), Twin Spark Plugs, Ignition with Digital CDI and a third generation Throttle Responsive Ignition Control System. This bike is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 59,300 with an on road price of around Rs. 67,000 at Ahmedabad including supplementary statutory charges. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc. Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Pulsar 200cc DTS-i Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTS-i has a dash of style, speed and technology. Having an international sports bike look, Bajaj Pulsar DTS-I has a split seat and several parameter indicators (oil/fuel/temperature etc), Nitro shockers, a third generation Throttle Responsive Ignition Control System and chiseled rear looks. The Pulsar 200cc DTS-i is mean machine to ideally take on a long winding road. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 68,000 to Rs. 74,500, which inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Pulsar 150 cc. Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Pulsar 220 cc DTS-Fi Bajaj Pulsar 220cc DTS-Fi offers riding comforts and power that with elegant styling, design and technology. Bajaj Pulsar 220cc DTS-Fi has front/back disk brakes, tubeless tyres, fuel injection/oil cooled engine, NitroX shockers and other unique features that qualify the bike as smart & macho. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 83,500 and an on-road price of around Rs. 90,500 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Pulsar 220cc. Bajaj Pulsar 220cc bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Bajaj Avenger

Avenger (DTSi) Bajaj Avenger (DTSi) offers the ultimate cruiser experience. Offering high stability and long cruising delights, Bajaj Avenger (DTSi) possesses wider saddle seat, special backrest besides 180cc powerful engine. It is targeted at the upper middle-class bike lovers. The Avenger now has a single variant, the Bajaj Avenger priced at around Rs. 70,000. This bike has a showroom price of around Rs. 64,900 and onroad price of around Rs. 71,500, at Ahmedabad, which is inclusive of all charges such as insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Avenger. Bajaj Avenger bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Bajaj Scooter
In order to cover other segments than motorcycles in the two-wheeler market, Bajaj has launched the Bajaj Kristal DTSi, an extremely fuel-economic scooter priced at around Rs. 40,000.

Bajaj Kristal

Kristal DTSi (95 cc) The Bajaj Scooterette model Bajaj Kristal DTSi comes with Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTS-i) technology and ExhausTEC technology. Bajaj Kristal DTS-i is targeted at college going girls who want good speed, comfort and fuel economy, helping them save their pocket money. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 35,200 with an on-road price of around Rs. 40,000 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road prices for Bajaj Kristal DTSi. Bajaj Kristal DTSi scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Bajaj Auto is one of the largest manufacturers and exporters of two wheelers and three wheelers in India. Bajaj is a very old Indian company and enjoys a traditional goodwill in the market. Bajaj bikes and scooters have their own fan following. Hero Honda Bikes and Scooters Hero Honda Bikes in India are in great demand because of the high level of quality and superior technical skills. Hero Honda has carved a niche in the competitive Indian market for churning out motorcycles with high fuel efficiency and low maintenance. Hero Honda Bikes are reputed for low maintenance and high fuel efficiency. Today, Hero Honda is taken to be the world's largest two-wheeler manufacturer based in India. Hero Honda markets two wheelers for the middle-class & upper class families too. Hero Honda bikes price range are attractive in comparison of other bike manufacturing company. Hero Honda bikes have been on Indian roads since 1984 when Hero Cycles Ltd. Tied up with Hero Group of India and Honda of Japan to start a joint venture. Hero Honda's commitment is to customer - quality & excellence. Hero Honda's key strategy has been driven by innovation in every sphere of activity. Hero Honda Bikes are manufactured across three globally benchmarked manufacturing facilities. Hero Honda's product range includes variety of motorcycles that have set the industry standards across all the market segments.

Top Selling Herohonda Bikes

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Hero Honda Passion Plus

y 42,794

Hero Honda Splendor Plus

y 59,200

Hero Honda Achiever

y 60,720

Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme Kick...

y 38,884

Hero Honda CD Deluxe

Bikes from Herohonda : y y y y y y y y y y y y Hero Honda CD-dawn Hero Honda CD-Deluxe Hero Honda Splendor Plus Hero Honda Splendor NXG Hero Honda Passion Plus Hero Honda Super Splendor Hero Honda Glamour Hero Honda Achiever Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme Hero Honda Hunk Hero Honda Karizma Hero Honda Pleasure

Hero Honda Motor Cycles

Hero Honda CD-dawn

Hero Honda CD-dawn (97.20 cc) Hero Honda CD Dawn is a beginner's bike well tested on Indian roads and proven in city conditions. Hero Honda CD Dawn is a no-nonsense bike that's all about price and utility. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 32,000 and on-road prices of around Rs. 37,000 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Chennai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda CD-dawn. Hero Honda CD-dawn bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda CD-Deluxe

Hero Honda CD-Deluxe (97.20 cc) Hero Honda CD Deluxe is a good beginner's bike and convenient for city conditions. Hero Honda CD Deluxe sales have grown by 23 per cent between January-September 2007, within which time the industry actually declined by 14 per cent in the entry segment. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 36,000 to around Rs. 41,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Hero Honda CD-Deluxe prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda CD-Deluxe. Hero Honda CDDeluxe bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Splendor Plus

Hero Honda Splendor Plus (97.20 cc) Hero Honda Splendor Plus is one of the largest selling bikes in India. It sports several improvements over the old splendor. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 40,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 45,000. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Splendor Plus. For Hero Honda Splendor Plus bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Splendor NXG

Hero Honda Splendor NXG (97.20 cc) The Hero Honda Splendor NXG is a new age bike in Hero Honda's 100 cc stable. Stunning looks, economic performance, and a multitude of features backed by Hero Honda's reliable support network, makes this a good choice for the city commuter. The Hero Honda Splendor NXG is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 42,000 with an on road price of around Rs. 48,000 including supplementary charges. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Hero Honda Splendor NXG. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Chennai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Splendor NXG. Hero Honda Splendor NXG bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Hero Honda Passion Plus

Hero Honda Passion Plus (97.20 cc) The Hero Honda Passion Plus is a bike meant for the executive city commuter. This improved version of the Hero Honda Passion comes with several improvements over its earlier versions and gives an easy ride and easy handling. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 42,700 and on road prices of around Rs. 48,200 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Passion Plus. Hero Honda Passion Plus bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Super Splendor

Hero Honda Super Splendor (124.70 cc) Hero Honda Super Splendor is not a bike to race with, but one you can depend on to get you to your destination and back in the city safely and economically. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 45,000 to around Rs. 51,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Hero Honda CD-Deluxe prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Super Splendor. Hero Honda Super Splendor bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Glamour

Hero Honda Glamour (125 cc) The new Hero Honda Glamour looks all the better with enhanced graphics and other details and continues to sell to the discerning. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 48,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 55,000. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Glamour. Hero Honda Glamour bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Glamour FI (125 cc.)

The Hero Honda Glamour FI 125 cc, built after the existing Glamour 125 cc, is a technological trendsetter in two wheelers. The Hero Honda Glamour FI 125 cc is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 52,000 with an on road price of around Rs. 58,500 including supplementary charges. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Glamour FI. Hero Honda Glamour FI bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Achiever

Hero Honda Achiever The Hero Honda Achiever has made a comeback in a new 2007 avatar with definite improvements over its 2006 model. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 55,000 and on road prices of around Rs. 61,500 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Achiever. Hero Honda Achiever bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme

Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme (Kick Start) The Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme has little in common with its earlier version the Hero Honda CBZ except a similar headlamp. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 55,500 to around Rs. 62,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Hero Honda CD-Deluxe prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest onroad prices for Honda CBZ Xtreme (Kick Start). Honda CBZ Xtreme (Kick Start) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme (Self Start) The Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme has little in common with its earlier version the Hero Honda CBZ except a similar headlamp. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 57,500 with an on-road price of around Rs. 64,300. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme (Self Start). Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme (Self Start) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Hunk

Hero Honda Hunk (Kick Start) New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs.55,000 and on road prices of around Rs.60,000 at Ahmedabad. Hero Honda Hunk (Kick Start) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Hunk (Self Start) New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 57,000 and on road prices of around Rs. 60,000 at Delhi. Hero Honda Hunk(Self Start) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Hero Honda Karizma

Hero Honda Karizma The Hero Honda Karizma may be the most modern bikes presently on Indian roads today. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 74,000 and on road prices of around Rs. 82,000 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Karizma. Hero Honda Karizma bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Hero Honda Scooter

Hero Honda Pleasure

Hero Honda Pleasure (102 cc) The Hero Honda Pleasure has made its name in the scooterette's market, being fitted with features meant specifically for the modern woman. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 36,700 to around Rs. 41,700 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Hero Honda CDDeluxe prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road prices for Hero Honda Pleasure. Hero Honda Pleasure scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Hero Honda two wheelers have been on Indian roads since 1984 when Hero Cycles Ltd. tied up with Honda Motor Company to start a joint venture. Today, Hero Honda is taken to be the world's largest twowheeler manufacturer.

Honda Bikes and Scooters Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI), the fully owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company of Japan. Honda Company came to the Indian shores in 2004 with the launch of the sleek Honda Unicorn. Honda followed up its success with motorbikes by groundbreaking scooters like the Honda Activa, which has owners all over the country beaming with pride and pleasure. Honda Bikes India, in order to differentiate them from Hero Honda products are going high on innovative technology. Honda bikes and Honda scooters today are sure to provide you with something different from the average two-wheeler on the road. Honda bikes needs to do that to compete against its own collaboration, Hero Honda, and build its separate market share. So right now, Honda consumers have everything going for them. Honda's bikes in India have fuel injection technology which is designed to realize ideal combustion, which results in delivering maximum power output, greatly improved fuel efficiency and yet be environmentfriendly. Honda Bikes India have been well received in the market and have created new benchmarks in their respective categories. Top Selling Honda Bikes

y 45,405

Honda Shine Spoke Wheel

y 54,167

Honda Stunner CBF Self Disc...

y 61,907

Honda Unicorn Alloy Wheel

y 45,549

Honda Activa

y 47,252

Honda Aviator Disc

Bikes from Honda : y y y y y Honda Shine Honda Unicorn Honda Eterno Honda Dio Honda Activa

Honda Motor Cycles

Honda Shine

Shine (Spoke Wheel) (125 cc) An inspiring piece in the 125 cc motorcycle segment, the Honda Shine delivers excellent power, superior technology, and awesome looks. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 40,400 and on-road prices of around Rs. 45,600 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest onroad price for Honda Shine (Spoke Wheel). Honda Shine (Spoke Wheel) bike prices vary upon the twowheeler dealer's location. Shine (Alloy Wheel) (125 cc) This bike sets new benchmarks in the 125 cc segment by its engine efficiency, aesthetics, and low maintenance cost. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 47,000 to around Rs. 53,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel) prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel). Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Unicorn

Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) (150 cc) Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) is the first motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India Pvt. Ltd. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 55,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 61,500. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel). Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) (150 cc) This bike is marked for its cutting-edge technology, adequate power, and mono suspension at the rear. The Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 60,000 with an on road price of around Rs. 63,700 including supplementary charges. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Unicorn (Alloy Wheel). Honda Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Honda Scooters

Honda Eterno

Eterno (150 cc) India's first 150cc scooter, Honda Eterno has revolutionized the concept of scooters in its segment. New scooter have showroom prices of around Rs. 35,800 and on-road prices of around Rs. 40,500 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Eterno. Honda Eterno scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Dio

Dio (100 cc) The Honda Dio is named after Dyonisiac' or Cupid, the Greek god of love and son of Venus. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 37,000 to around Rs. 42,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Dio. Honda Dio scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Activa

Activa (100 cc) Honda Activa is a family two-wheeler and features a higher load carrying capacity than similar scooters. At the showroom, this scooter costs around Rs. 38,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 43,000. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Activa. Honda Activa scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda two wheelers, in order to differentiate themselves from Hero Honda products are going high on innovative technology. Honda motorbikes and Honda scooters today are sure to provide you with something different from the average two-wheeler on the road. Honda needs to do that to compete against its own collaboration, Hero Honda, and build its separate market share. So right now, Honda consumers have everything going for them.

Honda Bikes and Scooters Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India Pvt. Ltd. (HMSI), the fully owned subsidiary of Honda Motor Company of Japan. Honda Company came to the Indian shores in 2004 with the launch of the sleek Honda Unicorn. Honda followed up its success with motorbikes by groundbreaking scooters like the Honda Activa, which has owners all over the country beaming with pride and pleasure. Honda Bikes India, in order to differentiate them from Hero Honda products are going high on innovative technology. Honda bikes and Honda scooters today are sure to provide you with something different from the average two-wheeler on the road. Honda bikes needs to do that to compete against its own collaboration, Hero Honda, and build its separate market share. So right now, Honda consumers have everything going for them. Honda's bikes in India have fuel injection technology which is designed to realize ideal combustion, which results in delivering maximum power output, greatly improved fuel efficiency and yet be environmentfriendly. Honda Bikes India have been well received in the market and have created new benchmarks in their respective categories. Top Selling Honda Bikes

y 45,405

Honda Shine Spoke Wheel

y 54,167

Honda Stunner CBF Self Disc...

y 61,907

Honda Unicorn Alloy Wheel

y 45,549

Honda Activa

y 47,252

Honda Aviator Disc

Bikes from Honda : y y y y y Honda Shine Honda Unicorn Honda Eterno Honda Dio Honda Activa

Honda Motor Cycles

Honda Shine

Shine (Spoke Wheel) (125 cc) An inspiring piece in the 125 cc motorcycle segment, the Honda Shine delivers excellent power, superior technology, and awesome looks. New bikes have showroom prices of around Rs. 40,400 and on-road prices of around Rs. 45,600 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest onroad price for Honda Shine (Spoke Wheel). Honda Shine (Spoke Wheel) bike prices vary upon the twowheeler dealer's location. Shine (Alloy Wheel) (125 cc) This bike sets new benchmarks in the 125 cc segment by its engine efficiency, aesthetics, and low maintenance cost. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 47,000 to around Rs. 53,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel) prices vary with the two-wheeler dealer's location. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel). Honda Shine (Alloy Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Unicorn

Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) (150 cc) Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) is the first motorcycle developed by Honda Motorcycle and Scooters India Pvt. Ltd. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 55,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 61,500. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel). Honda Unicorn (Spoke Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) (150 cc) This bike is marked for its cutting-edge technology, adequate power, and mono suspension at the rear. The Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 60,000 with an on road price of around Rs. 63,700 including supplementary charges. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Unicorn (Alloy Wheel). Honda Unicorn (Alloy Wheel) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

Honda Scooters

Honda Eterno

Eterno (150 cc) India's first 150cc scooter, Honda Eterno has revolutionized the concept of scooters in its segment. New scooter have showroom prices of around Rs. 35,800 and on-road prices of around Rs. 40,500 at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Honda Eterno. Honda Eterno scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Dio

Dio (100 cc) The Honda Dio is named after Dyonisiac' or Cupid, the Greek god of love and son of Venus. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 37,000 to around Rs. 42,000 inclusive of all charges like insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Dio. Honda Dio scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda Activa

Activa (100 cc) Honda Activa is a family two-wheeler and features a higher load carrying capacity than similar scooters. At the showroom, this scooter costs around Rs. 38,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 43,000. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Mumbai the highest on-road price for Honda Activa. Honda Activa scooter prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Honda two wheelers, in order to differentiate themselves from Hero Honda products are going high on innovative technology. Honda motorbikes and Honda scooters today are sure to provide you with something different from the average two-wheeler on the road. Honda needs to do that to compete against its own collaboration, Hero Honda, and build its separate market share. So right now, Honda consumers have everything going for them.

Enfield Bikes The concept of Royal Enfield bikes in India began when the Indian Army placed an order for these motorcycles. Since the UK factory was unable to meet the demand, Madras Motors in India took up the responsibility to assemble them. Royal Enfield India made its debut in 1949 with the launch of 350 cc Bullet. Royal Enfield bikes were marketed by Madras Motors. On rising demands for indigenous bikes, the manufacturing of Royal Enfield bikes' parts began at Madras Motors. The Royal Enfield India was acquired by Eicher Group in March 1994 and its name was changed to Royal Enfield Motors Ltd. Royal Enfield India is now manufactured at Tiruvottiyur in Chennai. Royal Enfield bikes, prized by two wheeler consumers including the army, the police, and the youth have won unrivalled goodwill in the Indian two-wheeler market. Royal Enfield price is slightly on the higher end. However, the thundering sound, comfort, and unmatched performance, justifies the Royal Enfield price. It is interesting to note that Royal Enfield bikes began their journey with Enfield Bullet 350 cc motorbikes. When lightweight Japanese bikes with high fuel economy started to arrive, Royal Enfield bikes countered the competition with Enfield Silver Plus Explorer which became an instant hit. Royal Enfield India is currently one of the leading manufacturers of bikes. Royal Enfield bikes continue to rule the roost with their dependability and unsurpassed performance. Top Selling Royalenfield Bikes

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Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo500

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Royal Enfield Thunderbird Kick Start

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Royal Enfield Thunderbird Self Start

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Royal Enfield Bullet Electra

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Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S

Bikes from Royalenfield : y y y y Royal Royal Royal Royal Enfield Bullet 350 Enfield Bullet Electra Enfield Thunderbird Enfield Bullet Machismo

Royal Enfield Motorcycles

Royal Enfield Bullet 350

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 (346 cc) The Royal Enfield Bullet 350 is a classic machine that has kept pace with advances in engineering and ergonomics without diluting its impeccable pedigree. Although Royal Enfield has carried out more than 150 modifications in the past five years with the exception of its indicators, it still sports the same looks as it did 50 years ago. This variant has a showroom price of around Rs. Rs. 73,400 and on-road price of around Rs. 83,000 at Ahmedabad. This is inclusive of all charges such as insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Chennai has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet 350. Royal Enfield Bullet Electra

Royal Enfield Bullet Electra (346 cc) The New Bullet Electra oozes quality and form with awesome 500 cc power, front disc brakes, gas rear shocks, constant velocity 29 mm carburettor, transistorized coil ignition, and higher gearing than the Enfield Bullet Classic. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 88,300 with an on-road price of around Rs. 94.2 lakhs at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet Electra. Royal Enfield Bullet Electra bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S (346 cc) With the reliable Denso' electric starter, the new Bullet Electra maintains its assurance as a dependable and sturdy machine. The Metal embossed logo on the tank stands out to claim its rich heritage. The quality of the paint is outstanding. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 88,450 to around Rs. 1 lakh inclusive of all charges. Currently, Chennai has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S. Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Royal Enfield Thunderbird

Royal Enfield Thunderbird (KickStart) (346 cc)

Winner of the Best Cruiser Award from BBC Wheels, the Thunderbird is designed especially for Japanese motorcycle lovers with a host of attractive and breathtaking features. New cars in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 89,600 lakhs to around Rs. 1.01 lakhs inclusive of all charges at Ahmedabad. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Thunderbird (Kick-Start). Royal Enfield Thunderbird (Kick Start) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Royal Enfield Thunderbird (SelfStart) (346 cc) Winner of the Best Cruiser Award from BBC Wheels, the Thunderbird is designed especially for Japanese motorcycle lovers with a host of attractive and breathtaking features. The self start model makes it convenient for the rider to start the bike with a single push of a button. New bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 99,795 to around Rs. 1.08 lakh inclusive of all charges. Currently, Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Ahmedabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S. Royal Enfield Bullet Electra 5S bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo

Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo (346 cc) A wonderful union of the Thunderbird and the standard Bullet model, this well-designed machine comes with a beautifully crafted chrome petrol tank comes as a standard fitment. Custom-made leather saddlebags and a windshield are the optional extras. This model is fitted with a 346 cc engine. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 93,500 with an on-road price of around Rs. 1.057 lakhs at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. Currently, Chennai has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo. Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Royal Enfield Bullet Machismo 500 (499 cc) A wonderful union of the Thunderbird and the standard Bullet model, this well-designed machine comes with a beautifully crafted chrome petrol tank comes as a standard fitment. Custom-made leather saddlebags and a windshield are the optional extras. This model is fitted with a 499 cc engine. This variant has a showroom price of around Rs. 1.06 lakhs and on-road price of around Rs. 1.18 lakhs which is inclusive of all charges such as insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Chennai has the lowest, and Hyderabad the highest on-road price for Royal Enfield Bullet 350. Royal Enfield Bullet and Royal Enfield Thunder Bird motorbikes, backed by Enfield integrity have continued Enfield's track of success with the Indian consumers. Enfield is the oldest manufacturer of motorbikes in India and continues to be one of the best for those who can afford the mileage. TVS Bikes and Scooters TVS Bikes in India have catered to the economy conscious consumer since1980. TVS Bike had its innings with TVS's first moped, followed by TVS Champ, and TVS Super Champ. TVS Bikes in India then strived to achieve world class technology and joined hands with Suzuki Japan. TVS bikes price has often appealed to the masses and is ideal for the price conscious Indian shopper.

The TVS Bike is built on a green initiative and the manufacturer feels that by being responsible today, there is a promise for a better tomorrow. Fuel economical vehicles are a top priority for TVS Bikes in India and the quality is checked and rechecked to perfection. TVS Bike is also at the heart of Ecodynamism with fuel efficiency as the top priority. The TVS Bike is the perfect example of how technology features are aimed at providing value to customer. Matching features and offering enticing prices is a top priority for the TVS Bike manufacturer. TVS bike prices are therefore the best in the category and despite the low pricing, the quality is not tampered with. Unmatched quality, great mileage and enticing discounts make the TVS Bikes in India a great buy. Top Selling Tvs Bikes

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TVS Apache RTR160 Kick Start

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TVS Apache RTR160 Self Start

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TVS Scooty Pep+

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TVS Star City

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TVS Star Sport

Bikes from Tvs : y y y y TVS Star TVS Flame TVS Apache TVS Scooty

TVS Motorcycles

TVS Star

TVS Star Sport (99.7 cc) TVS Sport from the house of Motors Company is a stylish, compact and affordable 100 cc motorcycle. Targeted at discerning urban motorcycle lovers, Sport offers sleek contours and compact style. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 37,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 42,250 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. It is reported, Sport (99.7 cc) is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Chennai the on road price of Star is quite high. Star Sport (99.7 cc) bike

prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. TVS Star City (99.7 cc) The unique selling proposition of Star City is its feather-like weight. So be very confident, that once you have it by your side, like a swashbuckling lover you can easily sweep your female off her feet. Star City (99.7 cc) is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 40,950 with an on road price of around Rs. 46,600 at Ahmedabad, including accompanying charges. It is reported, the Star City (99.7 cc) is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Chennai Star City prices are quite high. However, Star City (99.7 cc) bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. TVS Flame

TVS Flame (Self Start) TVS Flame is now available in your town, and its time to literally set the streets on fire. With its sleek looks, dual tone colour combination and the latest VTi four-stroke engine technology, it is sure to stir a lot of enthusiasm and excitement among the young and the hep crowds. Dealer wise, prices across the country are currently unavailable officially, however it is expected to cost between Rs. 40,000 and Rs 45,000. TVS Apache

TVS Apache RTR 160 (Kick Start)( 160 cc) Targeting the young Indian head-on is all-new TVS Apache RTR 160 Kick-start's sole motto. RTR connotes Rapid Throttle Response and the bike lives up to reputation with its quick response from any region of its power band. Apache RTR 160 (Kick Start)( 160 cc) has a showroom price of around Rs. 55,500 and on-road price of around Rs. 62,500 at Ahmedabad, which is inclusive of all charges such as insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Chennai the highest on-road price for Apache RTR 160 (Kick Start). Apache bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. TVS Apache RTR 160 (Self Start) (160 cc) Best-in-class, be it field of power pick-up, performance, reliability, mileage or style, the variant is attracting the attention of youth for its design upgrades on levers, pedals, grips, bar-end dampers, lights, dash. At the showroom, TVS Apache RTR 160 (Self Start) costs around Rs. 58,600 with an on-road price of around Rs. 62,500 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. It is reported, the bike is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Mumbai TVS Apache RTR 160 (Self Start) (160 cc) prices are quite high. Apache's bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location.

TVS Scooterette

TVS Scooty

TVS Scooty Pep+ (87.8 cc) The quintessential queen of her segment, the spirited, sporty TVS Scooty Pep Plus is light in weight, and has other amazing features like auto choke, power economy mode, mobile charger socket, and many other features. No wonder, the count of females fans keeps growing.TVS Scooty Pep+ (87.8 cc) is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 35,200 with an on road price of around Rs. 40,300 at Ahmedabad, including accompanying charges. It is reported, the bike is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Chennai prices are quite high. Pep's prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. TVS,with its past offers like TVS Centra,TVS Victor,TVS Flame,and TVS Fiero,have won the hearts and minds of economy conscious consumers in India. The current TVS two wheelers like TVS Scooty,TVS Apache,and TVS Star continue to provide ease to the pocket that looks for a two-wheeler to use and not just to flaunt. Yamaha Bikes Yamaha Bikes entered India in 1985. In 1996, Yamaha Motors began a joint venture with the Escorts Group. By 2001 Yamaha Motor India no more needed an escort in the Indian market. Yamaha Motors set up the Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. as a separate company to handle the sales of Yamaha bikes in India in 2005. Yamaha India is one of the most popular bikes manufacturers and is also one of the oldest manufacturers of bikes in the country. Yamaha bikes in India have won several awards because of its excellent dedication in the manufacturing of high quality bikes. The two strokes, 100 cc, Yamaha RX-100 was one of the first lightweight fuel economic Japanese motorbike models in India. Current Yamaha bikes including the Yamaha Crux,Yamaha Alba,Yamaha G5,and Yamaha Gladiator are great buys against money. Yamaha Bike in India has constantly shifting gears to transform the market from utility to pleasure and lifestyle. Yamaha India provides us with a great range of bikes at excellent prices. The prices are justified to the unique style and mechanism.

Top Selling Yamaha Bikes

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Yamaha G5 Spoke Wheel

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Yamaha Gladiator DX

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Yamaha Gladiator JA

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Yamaha YZF-R15 Alloy

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Yamaha Alba Alloy Wheel

Bikes from Yamaha : y y y y y y Yamaha Crux Yamaha Alba Yamaha G5 Yamaha Gladiator Yamaha YZF Yamaha MT

Yamaha Motorcycles

Yamaha Crux

Crux (105.6 cc) In keeping with the tradition of providing consumers with machines built-to last, Yamaha has launched another bike Crux. Crux has a showroom price of around Rs. 35,000 and on-road price of around Rs. 40,800 at Ahmedabad, which is inclusive of all charges such as insurance, octroi, RTO, etc. Currently, Delhi has the lowest, and Bangalore the highest on-road price for Crux. Crux bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Yamaha Alba

ALBA (Spoke Wheel)(106 cc) The latest gem from Yamaha Motors, Alba 106 has avant-garde technological model built-in. Alba 106cc with spoke wheel has perfectly spaced gear ratio for driving in congested conditions without changing gears repeatedly. Unlike Alba with an alloy wheel, the Spoke wheel aids in a firmer grip. At the showroom, this bike costs around Rs. 38,500 with an on-road price of around Rs. 44,600 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. It is reported, the bike is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Bangalore Alba (Spoke Wheel) prices are quite high. ALBA bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. ALBA (Alloy Wheel)(106 cc) A perfect bike to commute on city roads, Alba 106cc with alloy wheel is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 40,500 with an on road price of around Rs. 46,800 at Ahmedabad, including accompanying charges. It is reported, the bike is available for lower prices in the capital city of Delhi, while in Bangalore Alba prices are quite high. ALBA bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Yamaha G5

G5 (Spoke Wheel)(106 cc) Especially designed for business executives, G5 has gained popularity for its exceedingly fine build quality. The bike helps you glide smoothly from one meeting to another. Loaded with lots of style and power, this sleek and sophisticated bike is the revamped version of entry-level Libero. G5 bikes in this series have a showroom price ranging from around Rs. 42,000 to around Rs. 48,500 at Ahmedabad, inclusive of all charges. The bike costs less in Delhi vis-a-vis the Bangalore market. G5 (Alloy Wheel)(106 cc) Taking Libero a step further, the engineers at Yamaha have crafted yet another model called G5. At the showroom, G5(Alloy Wheel) costs around Rs. 44,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 50,500 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. The bike costs less in Delhi vis-a-vis the Bangalore market. Yamaha Gladiator

Gladiator DX (123.7 cc) Cruises effortlessly through city traffic with equally comfortable in stop and start conditions whether in city or on highways. The Gladiator DX is now available at a showroom price of around Rs. 47,000 with an on road price of around Rs. 53,900 at Ahmedabad, including accompanying charges. One can go for Gladiator DX for a cheaper price in Delhi than in Bangalore where it is priced the highest. Yamaha Gladiator DX bike prices vary upon the two-wheeler dealer's location. Gladiator JA (124 cc) Zero maintenance, smooth handling, and good pick-up are the three defining factors of Gladiator DX. The model is considered at par with bikes of the deluxe category Comes with self/electric start and disc brakes as standard fitment. At the showroom, JA costs around Rs. 49,000 with an on-road price of around Rs. 56,000 at Ahmedabad. This includes standard ancillary charges also. One can pick up a brand new Gladiator from the Delhi showrooms at a price which is comparatively lesser than the Bangalore markets. Yamaha YZF

YZF R1 The Yamaha YZF R1 is Yamaha's exclusive international sports super bike for the Indian Markets. Imported into India as a Completely Built Unit (CBU), its looks are killing and its massive 998 cc engine delivers raw power of up to 175 BHP. The price of this bike is prohibitive for the ordinary Indian masses, for at around 10.5 lakhs, it is meant for only avid bike enthusiasts in the select Indian market. Currently, it has been launched at four cities in India namely Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, and Chennai. While Bangalore has two dealers, the other cities have one dealer each. Yamaha MT

MT 01 The Yamaha MT 01 is Yamaha's exclusive international sports super bike for the Indian Markets. Imported into India as a Completely Built Unit (CBU), its looks are killing and its massive 1670 cc engine

delivers raw power of up to 90 BHP. The price of this bike is prohibitive for the ordinary Indian masses, for at around 10.5 lakhs, it is meant for only avid bike enthusiasts in the select Indian market. Currently, it has been launched at four cities in India namely Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, and Chennai. While Bangalore has two dealers, the other cities have one dealer each. Yamaha Motors set up the Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. as a separate company to handle the sales of Yamaha motorbikes in India in 2005. Yamaha is rumored to have lost around Rs.1000 Crores in the past six years. In short,Yamaha has been giving the Indian consumer more than what it has been receiving. Yamaha continues to provide us with a great range of motorbikes at excellent prices.