anandblitz

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  1. If mileage really doesn't matter and if you are passionate about raw power, I would say that these bikes are value for money. Attracts attention wherever you ride. And fortunately, never heard of a RE stall, have we?
  2. With Shell the engine revvs up like a dream, and you tend to focus all your attention on the power rather than thinking about Fuel Efficiency. So it's absolutely normal that you get mileage in that range. Don't let the car control you and you'll find the best route to FE.
  3. Hondas are known for their quality and reliability. I agree that the Dazzler isn't as good as the CB Unicorn in terms of performance, but after all it's the maintenance that counts, and they way you ride the bike.
  4. I personally don't think TATA will lose its grip in the Indian market. I'm waiting for them to bounce back in a new refreshed avatar. Indica has revolutionized the way people think about hatchback as cramped and uncomfortable. But yes, they can surely improve on quality of the interiors.
  5. As far as i have read Yamaha has denied the rumors of a partnership with Mahindra. An official statement says, "Yamaha Motor denied media reports of its business partnership with Mahindra 2 Wheelers and announced that it is committed to the Indian market and plans to make investments in capacity expansion as well as new product development." India Yamaha Motor CEO & MD, Mr. Hiroyuki Suzuki said,
  6. If you are ready to wait for the bike, go for Unicorn, regardless of the rear tyre size. I wouldn't recommend the Dazzler.
  7. What's the use anyway, hiking the prices by almost Rs.10 and bringing it down by 2. Doesn't come close to relief in anyway.
  8. Was there yesterday. The show was cool, but could have been better. The Land Rover showroom in spite of being just opposite to the Auto Show, didn't even bother to get the Evoque on display. Expected to see at least one Lamborghini.
  9. As far as i have read Yamaha has denied the rumors of a parnership with Mahindra. An official statement says, "Yamaha Motor denied media reports of its business partnership with Mahindra 2 Wheelers and announced that it is committed to the Indian market and plans to make investments in capacity expansion as well as new product development." India Yamaha Motor CEO & MD, Mr. Hiroyuki Suzuki said,