Honda CB300R | First Ride Review

A light machine, with the right amount of power and an eye catching retro modern look. That might sound too good to be true but the new Honda CB300R is exactly that. Are there any hidden worries that might not revea...

Honda X Blade First Ride

Honda X Blade is the company’s third offering in the 160cc segment. It surely has the looks to woe in buyers but does it have the power to stand out from the crowd that comprises of both competitors and siblings?

Honda Grazia Road Test Review

When you hear the name Honda, the first thought that crosses your mind is a precision cut machine with engineering capabilities trickling down from its race pedigree bikes. While a majority of their lineup in India ...

Hero Glamour Programmed FI Road Test Review

Hero Glamour is not a new name in the Indian two-wheeler market. It has been there for years now and through all these years it has been known as a commuter bike that has looks from a segment above. The year 2017 wi...

Okinawa Ridge electric scooter road test review

Most people would refuse to make the switch from an Internal Combustion (IC) engine powered vehicle to an electric vehicle simply because of poor range, lack of charging infrastructure and sluggish speed. But the Ok...

Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin gearless and clutchless motorcycle | First Ride

It’s not very often that you get your hands on a motorcycle that comes without a gear shift lever and a clutch. So when the Honda CRF 1000L Africa Twin came our way, we were simply too eager to mount it and take it ...

Honda Cliq scooter First Ride

Honda Cliq, the cheapest two-wheeler rolling out of HMSI is a utility based scooter. We take a quick ride on it to see if this budget offering can become a threat for other two-wheeler manufacturers.

Honda Navi Road Test Review

The Navi is powered by a 109.19cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke engine. The power output is 7.8bhp at 7000 rpm and the engine produces a max torque of 8.96Nm at 5500 rpm. We took the Navi to a top speed of ...

Honda CB Hornet 160R (CBS) Road Test Review

Just like the cheetah the 160cc Hornet also has been purposefully equipped to achieve speed and maintain its balance. Pumping power into its paces is the 162.71cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4-stroke, SI engine. T...

Honda CBR 650F First Ride Road Test Review

The Honda CBR 650F does not blow its own trumpet. The sound from the underbelly, almost tucked away exhaust is kind of filtered and only begins to pick up scream intensity when you tug at the throttle. As the engin...

Yamaha Saluto Road Test Review

When you hear of brands like Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, etc the first picture that comes to your mind is a superbike or anything that would resemble that. While each of these manufacturers has a race horse of their own ...

Review of Honda CB Unicorn 160

The CB Unicorn 160 is a real treat to ride. The vehicle is not only light but zippy as well. If you live in a city like Delhi, you will know the burden of commuting in traffic. It is exhausting and frustrating to th...

Indian Chief Vintage Review: The Maharaja

When you have a bike that is named Vintage, you get the feeling that this fella is old and beautiful and carries with him the glory of days gone by. Yes, the Indian Chief Vintage does carry the majesty and glory of ...




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