HONDA MOTORCYCLE AND SCOOTER INDIA
Company's 3 BSVI-compliant models sell 1 lakh units: HMSI
Leading the BSVI transformation, Honda was the first two-wheeler manufacturer to start mass availability of BSVI two-wheelers, nearly half-a-year ahead of the mandated April 1, 2020, deadline, it said. Since then, Honda continues to lead as the only two-wheeler manufacturer with the three BSVI-compliant models already available in the market, the company said.
HMSI launches BS-VI compliant Activa 6G
The new scooter will be delivered to customers by the end of January and early February, Honda Motorc...
Bajaj Auto relaunches Chetak in an electric avatar, priced at Rs 1 lakh onwards
The vehicle will be available in two variants - Urbane and Pr...
Rs 700-cr investment on hold by a year, FAME II failed to deliver: Hero Electric
Leading electric two-wheeler maker Hero Electric has put on hold investment of up to Rs 700 crore by a year with the sector taking a nosedive as FAME II, scheme aimed to promote electric vehicles, has failed to deliver, according to a top company official.
Suzuki Motorcycle India unveils BS-VI compliant Access 125 with alloy drum brake at Rs 64,800 onwards
The Access 125 BS-VI version will be available in standard and special variant.
Suzuki Motorcycle India overtakes Hero MotoCorp to be 3rd largest scooter maker in first half of current fiscal
Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India (HMSI) continues to be the undisputed leader in the segment followed distantly by Chennai-based TVS Motor Company.
Arjun Khanna talks impromptu road trips, passion for bikes & collection of BMWs & Harleys
Designer Arjun Khanna says he would love to ride his cruisers cross-country on the American highways.
HMSI's Manesar plant workers protest against sacking of contractual staff
Workers of Honda Motorcycle & Scooter India's (HMSI) Manesar plant on Wednesday took out a march to protest against the sacking of 2,500 contractual workers at the facility.
Two-wheeler exports rise 4% in H1 with Bajaj in lead
Bajaj Auto led by shipping over 9 lakh units to various markets. Two-wheeler dispatches, including motorcycles, scooters and mopeds, stood at 17,93,957 units in the first half, as compared to 17,23,280 units in the same period of 2018-19.
2019 witnesses worst-ever decline in auto sales: SIAM
As per data released by the Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) on Friday, all vehicle segments reported de-growth last year as low consumer sentiments, weak rural demand and economic slowdown took toll on demand.
HMSI unveils new BS VI-compliant SP 125 with better fuel efficiency at Rs 72,900
The model would arrive at the dealerships by the end of this month.
Honda to expand BigWing business in India next fiscal, 5 brand new bikes among 13 launches
The company, which is present in India through a wholly-owned subsidiary Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI), is planning to give a boost to its premium motorcycle business Honda BigWing by producing such motorcycles in the country.
Suzuki may start testing e-Scooter here next year
Japanese automaker Suzuki Motor’s two-wheeler unit may start testing its electric scooter on the streets of India as soon as next year, but will likely wait for infrastructure to develop before marketing the product.
Developing EV infrastructure in India will take time: Honda
While the company will continue investment in its EV program for India, it will wait for the infrastructure to be developed in the country before marketing its electric two-wheelers, Noriaki Abe, managing officer at Honda Motor Company told ET. Honda has conducted a feasibility study for e-scooters in its global portfolio for India.
Piaggio may tap Aprilia to take on Enfield in India
The firm was earlier looking at launching products in the 150cc motorcycle segment, but with the market moving towards higher-displacement bikes, the plan now is to introduce products in the 250-300cc range. Piaggio additionally is working on introducing an India-specific scooter in the next financial year and refreshing its range of products here under the Vespa brand.
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