Tuesday, 7 July 2015

Hero Xtreme Sports Infographics

The Hero Xtreme Sports is a commuter bike which gives 50 KMPL mileage and competes with Suzuki Gixxer, Honda CB Unicorn 160 and the Yamaha FZ Version 2.0.  It has launched on demand of youngster and accompanying a new stylish cowl and five colors like Panther Black, Mercuric Silver, Fiery Red, Pyro Orange and Black/Red. Furthermore, Air cooled engine  delivers maximum power of 15.2 BHP @ 8500 RPM and maximum torque of 13.5 BHP @ 7000 RPM. Halogen bulb headlight is more reliable mostly for safer night riding. Wet clutch is helpful to better drive included tubeless tyres, alloy wheel, stepped seat, console meter, electric start system, etc. It comes in market with starting price of RS 69,687. Get the Hero Xtreme Sports Model details.


Thursday, 2 July 2015

Why MV Agusta is Shaking Hand with the Kinetic Group?

Kinetic Group and MV Agusta
After the success in the many countries, the MV Agusta (Italian two wheeler manufacturer) might come in India to resound its fame through partnership with the Pune based Kinetic group. The group, which is known by its Luna moped and Honda two stroke automatic scooters (parts). MV Agusta will follow Ducati motorcycle very soon which is also an Italian bike maker. Ducati knows the importance of Indian two wheeler market because the company saws the youth population and their interest in stylish motorcycles and every premium company is planning to stable their business rapidly. As we say that MV Agusta is following the Ducati.

Why MV Agusta trust on the Kinetic Group?


Because the Kinetic group is already selling their automobile parts to famous companies such as Honda, Mahindra, Hero MotoCorp, etc. Its parts and accessories work better for long time. Indian people trust on the group from several years. It has many outlets in the country and MV Agusta things that it can be success with Kinetic Group.

MV Augsta Bikes


The partnership of both groups, increasing the chances of some new announcements in the next upcoming weeks. The date has not been fixed yet but there is chances that all bikes will assemble in India but the condition that the group will arrange lands and machinery parts. After selling its two wheeler maker rights to Mahindra, the Kinetic Group is  now focusing on the auto component business so the group tries to bring the MV Agusta bikes in India.