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    Default you are 100% right mirza_yasir

    Quote Originally Posted by mirza_yasir View Post
    No comparison b/w indian and Pakistani bikes, but i like the domestic indian bike companies more like Bajaj and TVS etc coz they are competing wid international companies like honda and yamaha, thumbs up for them.

    @Carsrus
    i think u r another media victim, the biggest prob wid Pakistan is that media always shows it in a negative manner and incase of India they show it ultra positively. Real india is not wot shown on media nor the real Pakistan is wot shown on media, things r different on ground. Any why they r diff i dont want to explain it here coz i dont want to be banned form the site, u r very young now alot of thing u wont understand. If indians were that good ur ancestors wud never had to struggle for creation of Pakistan.

    One more thing more if ur house if messed up wot u say u ll try to clean it or go n live in neighbor's house.
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    You are 100% right mirza_yasir, for those who think India is better place to live, please visit the following link and see how stinky and dirty real India is:
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    The Truth. and i think they dont use soap after using washroom
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    You are 100% right mirza_yasir, for those who think India is better place to live, please visit the following link and see how stinky and dirty real India is:
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    so shocking for me as i ve never witnessed such a thing , too scary
    may God have pity on thier souls

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    ^^
    Such problems exists with every developing country and sooner or later it'll be solved.

    TVS Apache RTR 180 with ABS

    TVS Apache RTR 180 with ABS


    Posted by atul on February 15, 2011

    Automobile markets have been witnessing a lot more change than one could expect. Everyday there is some new innovation in the world of two wheelers. No company wants to lack behind in these changing times. Thus, TVS has come up with ABS technology in its Apache RTR 180.
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - Apache RTR ABS
    Yes, you have heard it right. TVS has already unveiled their all new ABS equipped Apache RTR 180 at Delhi Auto Expo recently. A source close to the company says that the company is to launch this amazing machine with ABS anytime soon. The launch date is however not disclosed but news has it that TVS will launch this baby by the end of February 2011. We have the very first video by Overdrive magazine featuring the first ride of TVS Apache RTR 180 ABS. You can find the video below.
    As regards pricing is concerned, sources close to the company say that the price could be relatively increased by Rs.8000 for the ABS version i.e. the bike gets costly by Rs.8000. TVS is trying to uplift the riding experiences in its motorcycles and as a result the upcoming Apache 180 ABS will also sport sophisticated hydraulic ECU (Electronic control unit) and speed sensors. All in all, TVS has tried to improve rider’s safety with the ABS system.
    Speaking of safety, Apache RTR 180 ABS also sports another safety feature termed as Rear Wheel lift-off protection (RLP). The main aim of this RLP feature is to prevent the rear wheel from lifting off the road in a panic braking condition. RLP is smart way to protect bikers because it senses the rear wheel lifting and immediately releases the front brake pressure for a fraction. Thus the rear wheel always sticks to the ground. Bikers also have an option to switch ABS on/off according to their wish. One thing is for sure that ABS technology will reduce the number of accidents. The Indian motorcycle market is ever developing and we will see lot of bikes come up with ABS and safety features anytime soon.



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    2011 sports bike launches, upcoming power and sports motorcycle launches in India in 2010 and 2011 | DWS Auto India

    Upcoming power bikes in 2011, riding up the price ladder

    Wednesday, November 10, 2010, 14:12 by Aravind



    The year 2011 will be a great year for prospective power bike buyers because there are a host of products to be launched in India.

    Going up the price-value chain, first there is the more affordable and reliable Honda CBR250R to be launched in April 2011, the mid-weight Kawasaki Ninja 650R during mid 2011 and the 125 cc KTM Duke.
    Mahindra is foraying into the premium bike segment with its Mojo. Harley Davidson is gearing up to assemble the bikes in India. So we can expect some price reduction too. And Hyosung is coming back to the premium bike market as it plans to launch the GT650 and ST 7.
    Kawasaki Ninja 650R

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 2011 kawasaki ninja 650r photoPhoto: The latest 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 650R, which would come to India in 2011

    Looking at the successful sales of the Ninja 250R in 2010, Bajaj is confident of bringing in the bike’s bigger sibling, the 650R. Within a year of its launch 1,000 Ninja 250R bikes have been sold despite the price tag of Rs. 3 lakh on road. This shows there is a healthy demand for premium motorcycles in the country. Related: Kawasaki Ninja 560R launch in India
    We aren’t sure if Bajaj is going to assemble the Ninja 650R or import it as a CBU (completely built unit). Expect the price of the Ninja 650R to be anywhere between Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 7.5 lakh, depending on how it is to be made. The Kawasaki Ninja 650R should hit Bajaj Probiking showrooms by March 2011.
    Engine: 650 cc
    Power: 70 bhp
    Torque: 66 Nm
    Price: Rs. 5.5 lakh (estimated)
    When: March 2011
    Honda CBR250R

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - honda cbr 250r photo 2

    Honda will manufacture and sell the CBR250R in India from April 2011 onwards. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) will start production of the CBR250R next spring and extend sales from India to South America. Honda will also offer the CBR250R at a more affordable price in the diversified Indian motorcycle market by effectively carrying out global procurement of parts and materials. Also read Honda CBR250R price and India launch
    This bike is certain to be a big hit in India and in other price-sensitive markets. In India, as the bike will be manufactured here, it will be priced quite attractively for a 250 – at around Rs 1.5 lakh. Compare that to the indigenous Mahindra Mojo 300 cc at Rs 1.75 lakh, or the Kawasaki Ninja 250R at Rs 3 lakh – Honda has good reason to expect this bike to do well.
    Engine: 250 cc
    Power: 30 bhp
    Torque: 18 Nm
    Price: Rs 1.5 lakh (estimated)
    When: April 2011

    Harley-Davidson

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 2010 harley davidson sportster 883 photoPhoto: 2010 Harley Davidson Sportster 883 soon in India

    Iconic American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson has said it will open a factory in India to assemble select motorcycle models. Currently, Harley-Davidson India imports completely assembled motorcycles from its U.S. final assembly plants.
    Once the Indian CKD (completely knocked down) assembly facility near Bawal in Haryana is operational, Harley-Davidson India will import CKD kits for select current models, consisting of components produced by Harley-Davidson’s U.S. plants and by the company’s suppliers. Harley’s Indian employees at the Haryana facility will then assemble the components into finished motorcycles. Other models will continue to be imported as completely built motorcycles (CBU) for now. Harley Davidson to assemble bikes in India
    The first model likely to be assembled in India is the 833 Sportster. This CBU bike costs Rs. 6.95 lakhs currently. However, we could expect a significant reduction in price once this bike becomes a CKD bike when assembled locally.
    Harley Davidson has announced its 2011 models for the American market which include: Sportster Superlow, XR1200X and Road Glide Ultra. However, there is no official confirmation whether these models will be offered in India. Based on the market demand, the Milwaukee-based motorcycle manufacturer may offer them in the country next year.
    Engine: 883 cc
    Power: 55 bhp
    Torque: 74.5 Nm
    Price: Rs 5 lakh (estimated)
    When: Mid 2011
    Mahindra Mojo

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - mahindra mojo photoPhoto: Mahindra Mojo 300 cc

    Mahindra made an entry into the motorcycle segment with the premium 300 cc Mojo launched earlier this month. The jury is out on the Mojo’s radical design, but according to the company, the bike follows a “Tear Drop” design found only in extreme racing machines. The double-barreled exo-frame is also a first on Indian roads. Also read Mahindra Mojo specs and photos
    Mahindra Mojo uses a Ducati Energia electronic fuel injection system for better fuel efficiency.
    Advanced liquid cooling technology and one of the largest petal disc brakes (320 mm) on any bike in India are other notable features of the Mojo. At Rs. 1.75 lakhs (ex-showroom, Pune), the Mojo is a great option for performance enthusiasts without having to break the bank.
    Engine: 292 cc
    Power: 26 bhp
    Torque: 24 Nm
    Price: Rs 1.75 lakh
    When: January 2011
    KTM Duke 125

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    Bajaj, which has a stake in the Austrian KTM, had earlier considered launching KTM bikes in India through the CKD route. However, it’s now decided to manufacture KTM bikes at its Chakan plant and the first bike will be the KTM Duke 125. More about the Bajaj KTM Duke 125
    Rumors suggest the Duke’s frame is flexible and could even be fitted with a higher-powered engine should the need arise. While sources say the KTM Duke 125 would be launched only later in 2011, Bajaj would be making a push for the KTM Duke 125 to be rolled out soon.
    Engine: 125 cc
    Power: 15 bhp
    Torque: 12 Nm
    Price: Rs 1.25 lakh
    When: Early 2011
    Hyosung GT 650 R and ST7

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - hyosung gt650r photoHyosung GT650R photo

    Hyosung tried its luck in the premium bike segment a few years back with its Comet GT250 and Aquila 250. However, there wasn’t much of a demand for imported bikes during that time. But now it’s ready for round two.
    Hyosung plans to launch the GT 650 and ST7 on November 27, 2010. Hyosung has joined hands with Garware Motors (located in Pune), to distribute the bikes in India.
    Hyosung GT650R is a track machine and Hyosung ST7 is a highway cruiser. The GT650R sports bike is for those with a racing bent of mind, while the ST7 cruiser will appeal to cruiser fans in India. The GT650R will be made available in two variants – one faired and the other naked and priced less than Rs 5 lakh while the cruiser ST7 will be priced at less than Rs 6.5 lakh. Both the motorcycles are likely to be assembled in India. Related: Hyosung GT650R and ST7 cruiser
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - hyosung st7 motorcycle india photoPhoto: Hyosung ST7 cruiser

    Hyosung GT 650 R
    Engine: 647 cc
    Power: 72.6 bhp
    Torque: 60.9 Nm
    Price: Rs. 5 lakh (estimated)
    When: End 2010
    Hyosung ST 7
    Engine: 678 cc
    Power: 61.6 bhp
    Torque: 57.3 Nm
    Price: Rs. 6.5 lakh (estimated)
    According to the World Wealth Report released by Capgemini and Merrill Lynch Wealth Management in July 2010, most countries in the world have increased their count of HNIs (high net-worth individuals). These are people with investable assets of at least $1 million (Rs 5 crore), excluding their primary residence and consumables. In India, the number of HNIs has more than doubled. In the last two years, India had 84,000 HNI’s which grew by 50.9 percent to 1,26,700 HNI Indians in 2010, according to the survey report. For makers of power bikes, this is the audience they are looking to tap.
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    Some problem in posting YouTube videos.Here is the Apache ABS video from Overdrive.

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    Great work Rohan.

    Here is some more on the TVS RTR 180 ABS: 2WheelsIndia.Com



    The TVS Apache RTR 180 would get ABS (Anti Lock Braking System) soon..

    The race to be the first Indian manufacturer to feature ABS (Anti Lock Braking System) on a Made in India motorcycle seems to be on between Honda and TVS.

    While Honda has started taking bookings for its CBR250R (one of the variant would feature ABS) the deliveries of which are slated to start from April 2011, TVS have started to make some PR buzz to announce to the world that it is ready to plonk in the ABS unit on its bikes.
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - RTR2018020ABS

    Auto magazine Overdrive has posted a video of TVS demonstrating the ABS on an Apache RTR 180. The new Apache RTR 180 does not appear to be different in terms of looks. The letters "ABS" have been put on the tank scoops to differentiate the ABS from the Non ABS Apache RTR 180.

    Also according to Overdrive the new Apache RTR 180 would feature DC lighting (Headlamp connected directly to the battery to provide flicker free light) at last.
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - RTR2018020ABS2001

    The ABS unit which has been developed by TVS in collaboration with Continental AG of Germany has the option of switching off. The toggle switch can be found on top of the Speedometer console.
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - RTR2018020ABS2002

    A visual indication for the ABS unit is provided on the console as well.
    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - RTR2018020ABS2003
    What is the additional cost for the ABS on the Apache RTR 180?:

    The official word for the final pricing is yet to be announced, but according to whatever little news that I have, it probably would be priced at Rs. 8,000-10,000 more than the regular Apache RTR 180.

    Is Rs. 8,000-10,000 extra for a safer braking system worth..??

    I can tell two instances in my life where I have fell down from motorcyles because of a front wheel lock over sandly/gravel surfaces, and believe me both time I wasn't riding any faster than 30 Kmph..!!

    If the ABS unit works perfectly as it is supposed to be, then believe me it is worth every paise. There is no price greater than one's life.

    But then in a country like ours where most people still do not bother to put on a Rs. 500 helmet while riding, can we really expect them to go gaga over costly tech like ABS..??


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    New Motorcycles for India in 2011: 2WheelsIndia.Com


    1. KTM 200 Duke

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 0120KTM20Duke
    Speculated Specs: Single cylinder, Liquid cooled, Fuel injected, 200 cc, 4 Valve engine, 24 Ps Peak Power, 130 Kg Kerb weight

    Speculated Price: 1.2 – 1.5 lakhs

    Speculated Launch Date: End of 2011

    Although Bajaj has not yet officially announced that a 200 cc version of the KTM 125 Duke would be launched in India, but renowned auto journalist Alan Carthcart in his review of the 125 Duke has mentioned that a 200 cc variant is being prepared for launch in Asian (and hopefully India) market.

    The global launch date of the KTM 125 Duke is in March 2011. Keeping my fingers crossed that the 200 cc variant makes it to India at least by 2011 end.


    2. Bajaj Pulsar 250 cc

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 0220Pulsar

    Speculated Specs: 250 cc (??)

    Speculated Price: ??

    Speculated Launch date: ??

    Recently both Bike India and Zigwheels have come out with the news that a 250 cc Pulsar is being prepared by Bajaj. Till now I have been tired of listening to numerous "amateur blog bakwas" about new Pulsar hitting the market.

    But take a look at the reply by the moderator of the Official Bajaj Pulsar Facebook Fanpage to a Pulsar fan on Facebook. Maybe something is cooking this time..!!


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    3. 2011 Hero Honda Karizma R upgrade

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 032B20112BHero2BHonda2BKarizma2BR

    Speculated Specs:
    Same as the old/current one

    Speculated Price: Nearly same as the current one

    Speculated Launch date: In a month or two

    As reported earlier a supposedly refreshed Karizma R variant has been sighted and it appears that the new variant might not be much of an upgrade in terms of specs.

    Refreshes/upgrades for other Hero Honda models:

    Hero Honda usually resorts to refreshing it’s product by adding new color schemes and stickers. Of late the Hunk and the Passion Pro are examples where it has given them new features as well. This year too we can probably get to see a couple of similar product "refreshments" as well.

    According to me, the CBZ Xtreme could do with a couple of new features like an option rear disc brake, digital speedometers and LED tail lamp. But probably not much of technical specification change.


    4. Honda CBR250R

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 0420Honda20CBR250R
    Specs: Single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected, 4 valve engine, 26 Ps Peak power

    Price: 1.5 lakhs (Ex-Showroom, standard variant), 1.75 lakhs (Ex-showroom, C-ABS variant)

    Launch date: April 2011

    The bookings of this delightful offering from HMSI have begun from Jan 01 and deliveries are slated to start from April 2011. Just when enthusiasts were writing off HMSI for its step motherly treatment for Indian bikers, HMSI has decided to pleasantly stun everybody by manufacturing and launching this beauty in India.

    Take a bow HMSI


    5. 2011 Yamaha R15

    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 0620201120R15
    Specs: Probably same as the current one but with a slightly fatter rear tyre and LED tail lamps

    Price: Probably a couple of thousand more than the current price

    Launch date: Probably in a couple of weeks

    Yamaha will be probably launching a better looking R15 from the rear very soon in a few weeks from now. As reported earlier, test mules of this revamped R15 have been sighted near the Noida area (where the Yamaha India factory is located).


    6. Mahindra Mojo


    Indian bikes vs Pakistani bikes - 0520Mahindra20Mojo
    Specs: Single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected, 4 valve engine, 26 Ps Peak power

    Price: 1.75 lakhs (Ex-Showroom)

    Launch date: ??

    Mahindra was successful in creating a lot of excitement prior to the launch of its motorcycles. It was because prior to Sep 30, 2010 (when the bikes were unveiled), TV teasers never showed the bike in full but just teased enthusiasts by showing blurry images of a bike being tested in Italy..!! But finally when the covers came off in Sep 30, the excitement just fizzled out.

    Branding a bike as Mojo could be overlooked had it been styled something like the CBR250R or the KTM 200 Duke. Even with exotic/imported cycle parts like upside down front forks, Pirelli tyres, fuel injection, the styling of the Mojo was a big disappointment.

    The problem for Mahindra now becomes more acute since the Honda CBR250R has been priced at 1.5 lakh rupees (ex-showroom) compared to the officially announced 1.75 lakhs for the Mojo.

    But for those who would still like to own the Mojo, when would be launched? Well, your guess is as good as mine.


    7. New Yamaha 250 cc bike
    Specs: 250 cc (??)

    Price: ??

    Launch date: ??

    This is another speculation courtesy Bike India Magazine. It would be really great if it really turns out to be true. If not, it will be another case when somebody cried "wolf".
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    @DesiBoy

    Thanks and great work by you too.Would love to see P-250 with ABS and all the other bikes on road.
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    First outside US, Harley-Davidson to set up mother plant in Haryana

    First outside US, Harley-Davidson to set up mother plant in Haryana

    Ronojoy Banerjee , Rajat Guha Tags : Harley-Davidson bike, Harley Superflow, Barack Obama, bike brand, auto manufacturing, luxury automobile Posted: Thu Feb 24 2011, 01:11 hrs New Delhi:

    In what could be construed as triumph of corporate interest over national interest, the iconic Harley-Davidson bike will now not just be merely assembled, but fully built in India — lock, stock and barrel. The company has asked suppliers in the US and Thailand to set up bases at Bawal in Haryana and offered them land as well. With over 60% localisation in components, the cheapest Harley Superflow that costs around Rs. 5.5 lakh in India now would become 40-45% cheaper.
    US President Barack Obama, during his maiden visit to India last November, had played up Harley’s plans to set up a plant in India as a win-win for jobs for both countries. With the company now deciding to virtually ‘junk’ plans for a mere completely-knocked-down (CKD) units facility — an industry euphemism for mere assembly operations — Obama’s US jobs math is sure to take a hard knock.
    The eponymous Milwaukee-based company is learnt to be upgrading its four months-old plan to set up an assembly plant in Haryana, to a ‘mother plant’. The plant will cater to the growing demand for its cult bike brand across booming Asian markets. Basing its bike factory in India — renowned for its globally cost-competitive auto manufacturing — will also make its products more affordable, with the sticker price down a third in India alone once the new facility comes upstream.
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    indian bikes are way way much batter then pakistani..
    no comparzn.. wish could import indian bikes

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    i get 100 km in 100 rupees petrol

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    frm my cd 70 2006

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    All the people are talking about Indian Bikes, with out driving these Bikes,
    Commenting on the basis of information is only through Adds.
    So we must not comment without actual riding the bike.

    However My Opinion, the local Indian Bikes will be of same quality as we found of Chinese Bikes in Pakistan, if this is not true then How Japanese are entering in this market aggressively, with higher price, and hopefully better quality.

    Why Pakistani Bikes do not come in good shape, the only reason is that 90% of bike consumers are rural areas, and they like classic shape (as it can carry 3 to 4 people easily),

    Lastly Pakistani bikes and Rikshaws are in demand in Bangladesh and Sirilanka

    So do not under estimate our Country.
    ALLAH SAY DUA KARO KEH HMAIN NAIK AUR MUKHLIS LEADERSHIP ATA FARMAYEE.

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