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  1. Hi All, Need your suggestions in choosing a Motorcycle. Please see my requirement below. Budget- Maximum 60,000 Monthly Mileage- 300 kms Preferred Manufacturers- Honda and Yamaha but open to others as well should the product feel superior to what Honda and Yamaha have to offer. Usage- Daily local commute of not more than 10 kms to run errands. Primary user is my father who is now 60 years old. We have always had Hero Honda's in our family hence the preferred manufacturer. I do not want another 100-110 cc in my family as we already have a Passion Plus. Ideally 125-150 cc motorcycle is what we are looking for. Suggestions please.
  2. TVS Phoenix 125 adjudged best 125cc Motorcycle The TVS Phoenix 125 was adjudged the best motorcycle of the year in the 125cc category at the NDTV Car and Bike Awards 2013 ceremony that was held for the second consecutive year at the Buddh International Circuit F1 track on December 14. TVS Phoenix 125 is equipped with novel features that are usually seen in cars. For the first time in this segment, features such as a fully digital speedometer, backlit in premium amber; a digital fuel gauge, a low battery reminder, a trip meter, service reminder, soft texture grips and soft touch switchgear have been provided. For the first time in India, TVS Phoenix offers car like hazard lamps to enhance added safety for the rider. Riding comfort of TVS Phoenix 125 has been maximized by way of five-step adjustable ‘series spring’ suspension, high response damper and ergonomically positioned handle bar for superior riding control. Engineered to magnify the joy of riding, TVS Phoenix 125 is equipped with EcoThrust technology: dynamic tuning which regulates the flow of petrol to deliver optimum combination of power and fuel economy. This facilitates superior pickup while delivering lower fuel consumption. An electric start fires up the 4 speed powertrain of TVS Phoenix 125 to churn out 11 PS of power@ 8000 rpm. http://www.bestmedia...ners-announced/