Category: Industry News

VeraCover – New Way to Protect Your Car

suv_3_fully_deployedEvery car owner looks for the best and the most effective way to protect their vehicle against theft, vandalism and harsh weather. But, even if you buy several devices to create your own peace of mind, you can’t be 100% sure your beloved car will be fully protected. So, wouldn’t it be better to buy only one product with all those features; the one that will protect your vehicle for harsh weather condition, vandalism, theft and scratching? VeraCover matches this description.

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Honda CBR250R Review

Honda CBR250R has been brought by Honda in the market with a sole intention of providing new life to motorcycling and the effort has been successful. This is a cheap, loyal and yet stylish workhorse which is not limited to category ‘A’ license holders, but just anyone who wishes to ride a simple, but modern-dressed machine with a capability of giving high mpg returns.

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KTM RC 390 Review

KTM-Bajaj revised the RC and Duke series at last in India in 2016 and the two models are available with all-time-on headlights (meaning now there is no on-off switch). Other improvements are NOK seal, paint quality, vapor recovery technique for fuel tank, improved seat with new pillion assembly, new ECU mounts, better cooling with improved radiator fans, adjustable handlebar levers, front forks equipped with plastic flaps and increased thickness of disc brakes. KT MRC 390 top speed is 104 mph (167 km/h).

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Yamaha FZ Series – A Range of Street Kings

After the Pulsar until 2003, Yamaha was the second motorbike brand to revolutionize the Indian market with its performance. Before the advent of the FZ series by Yamaha, the Pulsars and the Karizmas were the best performers with no specialized classification as a street fighter. While the RD and RX, the very own models of Yamaha were up in the market, there was a need of a modern, muscular street fighter and so, the Indian FZ was introduced.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan – Pluses and Minuses

Royal Enfield is the heartthrob brand for the Indian youth for last many years and now the motorbike-maker has introduced their product which is ready to conquer the Himalayas for you – the Royal Enfield Himalayan! But is the bike really capable of undertaking the venture? Many of you, who haven’t yet taken a ride on the Himalayan, may be skeptical and have such a question in mind. Let’s see some facts.

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Nissan Altima Review

The Nissan Altima is not a substitute for the Maxima, in spite of the fact that the former arrived upon the exit of the latter. That’s what Nissan Australia said and that’s the reason behind why Altima is a medium-sized car while the Maxima was a large-sized car measuring 4885mm, around 35mm longer than the Altima.

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3 Most Promising Mitsubishi Marques for Australian Motorists

Mitsubishi Australia is a branch of the international Mitsubishi Motors which is entirely owned by Mitsubishi. The carmaker is renowned for manufacturing a wide range of cars including SUVs, passenger cars as well as light commercials across the world. Here are some of the most promising models by Mitsubishi for Australian motorists.

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Royal Enfield Himalayan Review

Royal Enfield was known to build versions of typically the same motorbike until in 2010 its unit-construction engine (UCE) was manufactured. The company based in Redditch, England, partnered with Madras Motor in 1955 and formed Enfield India and started building Royal Enfield Bullets. Enfield India was next taken over in 1990 by Eicher Group which started manufacturing Bullet, four editions of the Classic and Continental GT. Of late Royal Enfield set the goal of becoming the world’s prime middleweight motorbike company by introducing accessibility and fun back to motorbikes.

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KTM 200 Duke – What You Need to Know

KTM 200 Duke was launched in 2012 in India by Bajaj Autos in collaboration with the Austrian auto-maker KTM after its 125cc cousin was introduced to some select European markets. Seeing the performance of the Duke 125, everyone was eager to see the new 200cc motorbike unveiled.

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