Dec 4, 2007

3 2 Wheeler News: Suzuki to launch high end bikes, Launch dates of TVS RTR Fi and Flame, 180/200 cc Apache on the anvil

Recent Two Wheeler News..

Economic Times recently published the following news:

125-175 cc bikes from Suzuki India:

Suzuki Motorcycle India (SMIPL), is all set to introduce premium-powered bikes between 125-175cc in the country. The bikes will be exhibited in the upcoming Auto Expo 2008..

Read more about it here..

TVS Apache RTR "Fi", Flame, Scooty EV to be launched soon:

TVS has begun production of the much-awaited TVS Flame, Apache RTR EFI and the TVS Scooty EV (Electric Vehicle) and would formally launch these products within this month (November 2007)..

Read more about it here..

TVS planning 180 cc & 200 cc Apache upgrades:

TVS is also planning upgrades of the Apache (180 and 200 cc)..

Read more anout it here..

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Sajal Chakraborty said...

TVS has always tried to tast Hero Honda's or Bajaj's share of wine but unfortunately enough for them, they have not been able to do so.

Personally speaking I never liked TVS machines.

They might be very good machines and my dislike can be my own complex thinking, but then also, if we see on-road visibility, I don't see as much TVS bikes on the roads of Gurgaon as I can see HH or Bajaj.

I must say if TVS really decides to enter the 180cc to 220cc segment market is a very brave decision considering the market support Bajaj pulsar enjoys. It would be good to have competetion from a biker's perpective.

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Payeng said...


I think with the launch of the Apache, TVS has started to shed its earlier conservative image..

the apache RTR 160 and soon to launch RTR "Fi" and 125 cc Flame shows that its now trying hard to stay in the race..

Probably in North India, TVS hasn't been marketed properly so far.. but believe me when I say that TVS makes some quite good bikes.

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