Kawasaki Z250 launched in India at Rs 2.99 lakh 17 Oct, 2014 Source: indianautosblog.com Bajaj launched the Kawasaki Z250 and the ER-6n in India. The Z250 marks a new chapter for the Japanese manufacturer, as it is the most affordable ... Economic Times, 1 month ago
Kawasaki Z250 launched: Price in India starts from INR 2.99 lakhs for Kawasaki Z250 - OnCars.in, 1 month ago
Kawasaki opens Chennai dealership, will launch new bikes in India - Rush Lane, 1 month ago
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Kawasaki Versys 1000 now available in India: Enjoy the roads less travelled and realise your distance dreams
Kawasaki Motors India is eager to bring their new model, Versys 1000 to India with official launch scheduled in the coming weeks. Expected to come in a price range of INR 12-15 lakhs, the company has opened pre bookings at a down payment of INR 6 ...Rush Lane, 4 days ago India Kawasaki Motor expects to grow at 30-40% in 2015 Automotive Technology, 1 week ago Kawasaki Motors India: India Kawasaki Motor pegs to grow 30-40% in 2014-15 OnCars.in, 2 weeks ago Kawasaki launches two new motor bike models Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
Bajaj Avenger is one of the most popular cruiser motorcycles in India that has been inspired from the old Eliminator; this model uses a Kawasaki engine, which has a displacement of about 180 cc. However, the engine capacity has now been increased ...CarTrade.com, 1 week ago
The era of licensing was disastrous and, despite my 'Bombay Club' credentials, I think liberalisation has been good for India and Bajaj Auto Rahul Bajaj October 27, 2014 Last Updated at 21:38 IST It was the early seventies and the heydays of the ...Business Standard India, 4 weeks ago Rahul Bajaj's quick ride back into the Licence Raj era Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
Bajaj could retail the Pulsar 200 NS via KTM dealerships in the US. The motorcycle will be produced in India and will be exported through Semi-Knocked Down (SKD) kits. The Pulsar 200 NS for the US will come with fuel-injection and ABS Going ...MotorBeam.com, 3 weeks ago
This fight is a lot more intense than I had initially imagined. The KTM RC 390 has a bigger 373cc engine scooping out 4-precious-PS more than the Kawasaki Ninja 300, yet the RC is a lot more affordable than the Japanese compact sports-tourer. This ...Zigwheels, 4 weeks ago KTM Opens RC 390 Bookings In Indonesia For 390 Hours MotorBeam.com, 2 weeks ago KTM RC 390: Review Zigwheels, 1 month ago RC 200 and RC 390: KTM's spanking new bikes! Rediff.com, 2 months ago
The premium motorbike segment is seeing a lot of buzz with a series of new launches and facelifts. But as more two-wheeler manufacturers get keen on the opportunities, they are also rattling the stronghold of Bajaj Auto's flagship, the Pulsar. Companies like Yamaha Motor India, Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India, Suzuki Motorcycle India and TVS Motors are all geared up to make inroads. It is a market for Pulsar, with a market share of 42 per cent, to lose. It has given its maker a lead in the ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Pulsar fuels up to face a premium-bikes crowd Agencyfaqs!, 1 month ago
Two-wheelers, in which Bajaj's scooters ruled the roost, was a veritable family ride. Image: A still from the film Raanjhanaa. Can a jingle be copyrighted? When it comes to one of India's most memorable ones, it seems it can hold its own in court. In 2013, Bajaj Auto managed to stay the use of its most iconic tagline, 'Hamara Bajaj', first used as a TVC jingle in 1989, as a film title by a Hindi movie production company. 'Hamara Bajaj' might have gone off air now, but it has become more ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Can a jingle be copyrighted? When it comes to one of India's most memorable ones, it seems it can hold its own in court. In 2013, Bajaj Auto managed to stay the use of its most iconic tagline, 'Hamara Bajaj', first used as a TVC jingle in 1989, as a ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago 40 years ago...and now - 'Hamara Bajaj': Clarion call for consumerism Business Standard India, 1 month ago
Cruising comfortably in the 70s, Royal Enfield sputtered to a stop in the 90s, before its comeback in the first decade of the 21st century. In the 70s and 80s, the Bullet was in a class of its own, with a 350-cc engine. By the 90s, the brand was living on the fumes of history. Today, Royal Enfield is not only a hot selling brand in India but has global footprint with exports to US, Europe, Latin America. For a brand that was almost headed for the scrap-heap 14 years ago, this can certainly be ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago Royal Enfield rode straight into a need gap Business Standard India, 1 week ago 40 Years Ago...and now: Royal Enfield rode straight into a need gap Sify, 1 week ago
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