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The Hero Xtreme 160R 4V comes at a price tag of Rs 1.27lakh which goes up to Rs 1.37 lakh for the top-end variant
The Hero Xtreme 160R 4V as the name suggests gets a new four-valve head, upside down forks and claims to be the quickest bike in the segment. We ride it in Jaipur to find out what’s what
The updated Xtreme 160R 4V comes with more committed riding posture than before
Mohit Vashisth
2 min read
Hero Xtreme 160R 4V now comes with a four-valve engine
The Hornet 2.0 at the India launch
George Dcruze
2 min read
Hornet 2.0 gets a bored-out motor from the CB Hornet 160 R that it replaces and a new frame as well
For 2021, the CB 1000R gets a host of updates, along with a Black Edition
Sudipto Chaudhury
3 min read
The updated flagship Neo Sports Café racer continues with the minimalist styling, but sports some subtle changes both on the engine as well as infotainment fronts, as well as a new ‘Black Edition’
Good combo of comfort and usable performance
Sudipto Chaudhury
4 min read
Hero Motocorp’s latest offering promises quite a bit. But does it deliver? Let’s find out...
The Xtreme 160R looks like a younger, sharper version of the Xtreme 200R
Sudipto Chaudhury
2 min read
The Xtreme 160R, based on the 1.R concept showcased at the EICMA 2019, boasts of many first-in-class features
Midsize SUVs in the Indian market!
Aatish Mishra
9 min read
The Creta gets a facelift. That’s reason enough to bring its rivals together and put them up against each other
Honda Drive To Discover- Northeast
Dipan Sur
5 min read
A trip to Northeast India for the 12th edition of Honda’s Drive to Discover confirms an old office adage
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