I have just come across some images of the limited edition Honda CR-V Mugen, finished in red. All the changes on this special edition are cosmetic in nature and it remains mechanically unchanged when compared to the standard CR-V. What do you all think of the CR-V Mugen special edition?
Suzuki has a Jimny Tough concept on display at the 2019 GIIAS. This one comes equipped with more off-road ready tyres, winch, fog lights, LED lights on the front roof and some more equipment. Ground clearance has also increased from 210mm to 360mm
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The engine is a component that converts the energy from the fuel into the mechanical force used for riding a bike. Even if your bike has all other parts from the top-notch manufacturer, if the engine is not maintained well, then it's going to ruin your riding quality. With such a significant number of motor oils for a bike accessible in the market, it is a moving activity to pick the best bike oil for the bike.
But at first, you should know that for bike there is always one grade recommended that is 10w30, 10w40, 10w50 and the second specification is apisj, apisl, apism, apisn. The api grade is for engine performance as well as its requirement.
Honda Hornet 160r contains a high rev performance engine, and most of the manufacturers are nowadays recommending for energy conserving oils. These oils have low friction and more cooling abilities. The engine oils with high viscosity are not much energy conserving.
The recommended grade for Honda Hornet 160r is 10w30, and you can use 10w40, 10w50, 5w30, etc. but you cannot put 20w50, 15w40 in this bike.
The engine oil quantity is also different depending on the size of the engine and the bike design. Based on all these factors, you have to choose the best bike engine oil. There are different types of bike oil offered by Gandhar oil. You can select from them according to your requirements.
Hi Joseph H, you can also check out this link below. It has all the Autocar reviews and videos along with variant choice highlighted. Hope you find this useful.
Looks like Toyota will bring its Vellfire luxury MPV to India, with launch set to take place in October 2019.
A leaked brochure shot confirms it will come with a petrol-hybrid powertrain, which pairs a 150hp, 2.5-litre engine and a 143hp electric motor (combined output is rated at 145hp), and sends power to all four wheels via a CVT. The brochure also confirms some of the features that’ll be part of the Vellfire’s equipment list. Specified with the ‘Executive Lounge’ package, the Toyota Vellfire will get two large thrones for the middle row passengers that not only get their very own ottomans, but are also powered, ventilated and can be reclined; this package also gets powered sliding doors and tailgate, two sunroofs, three-zone automatic climate control, mood lighting, individual tray tables, seven airbags and an option of a black or beige interior.
You can head here for more info: https://www.autocarindia.com/car-news/toyota-vellfire-luxury-mpv-coming-in-october-2019-413488
Came across this walkaround, giving a closer look at the MPV: