The Bajaj V pays a tribute to the legendary aircraft carrier INS Vikrant which was decommissioned in 1997 and was subsequently sent to the scrap yard in 2014.
What Maruti Suzuki is to four wheels, Hero MotoCorp is to two! The Indian bred motorcycle company was one of the first to enter the buzzing two wheeler scene. Back in 1984, Hero Cycles of India and Honda Japan entered a joint agreement to make motorcycles for the Indian market. The famous “Fill it, Shut it and Forget it” was not just a gimmicky line for its products to sell instead it showed the confidence and reliability of Hero motorcycles….
The Indian auto market is all about two wheelers as their numbers are reasonably greater than that of four wheelers plying on the street. Bike manufacturers like Hero, Bajaj, Yamaha etc are flooding the market with their new iterations….
At a rock n roll filled evening in Goa on 26th December 2013, Siddhartha Lal (Managing Director and CEO) unveiled the prices of an all new motorcycle from this South based motorcycle manufacturer. The Continental GT will be available across all dealerships at Rs. 2, 05,026 lakhs, on-road in Delhi and for Rs. 2, 14, 043 lakhs on-road in Mumbai…..