Wednesday, 19 October 2016

Top Selling Scooters in November 2016

The Indian two-wheeler market is growing day by day, all the major automobile manufacturers companies are creating the best sales record. We make a post about top selling scooters in the month of November 2016, which are mentioned here according to their sales record and their popularity.

The Indian two-wheeler market has a special place for the Honda Activa scooter. It’s the largest-selling Honda's product, the Activa continuously creating a new and better record from competitors in the same segment. Cumulative sales of Honda Activa is 1,80,811 units in November 2016. The reason of Activa's resale value, engine and loading capacity are the best from other scooters.

TVS Jupiter stood on the second position with 54,838 units in the list of best selling scooter in India. It comes with modern features and best mileage on any road conditions. Recently, the TVS has unveiled a new limited version of Jupiter, called Jupiter Million R limited edition in single purple color with 10 extra superb features.

Hero Maestro on 3rd rank in the record of best selling scooter in India. The company sold 26,320 units in November 2016. The scooter offers a dynamic balancing power as it keeps telescopic forks at front side Mono-shock at a rear side

Suzuki’s popular 125cc Access model sold 25,871 units in November 2016 because of Suzuki Eco Performance (SEP) technology. The Suzuki vehicles have always been known for best technology and awesome mileage so the is the reason behind its 4th position.

On the fourth rank stood Hero Duet. According to May, sale report, Hero's Duet stood on the 7th rank, but now month by month this scooter create a new record arrived on 5th rank with 16,741 units. Duet'ss 110cc engine and sporty logo give a trendy look to other scooters.

Similar: Best 5 Scooters in India 2016 in Terms of Performance

After 5 best selling scooter now we talk about the 6th rank, Yamaha Ray continues to create stable sales month on month. The Ray model stood as the 6th rank with 14,844 sold units last month. In addition, the strong styling front cowl along with V-shaped headlight make it more trendy than before.

Honda Dio sold 13,383 units which are minor less from Yamaha Ray. This scooter has the attractive headlight, new graphics, telescopic front suspension and USB port mobile charging function makes perfect.

At the end Yamaha create a little space for Fascino. This scooter stood on 8th position as a last month with 13019 units sold. Honda Dio and Yamaha Fascino have been neck-to-neck all throughout. It had only 364 units of difference from Honda's Dio.

Tuesday, 16 August 2016

Triumph Tiger 800 XCX and Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin

Honda exhibits its new sports adventure bike concept at 2016 Osaka Motorcycle Show this weekend in Osaka, Japan. This new face of a bike is said to be the roughest version of Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, which was showcased at the Auto Expo Delhi 2016, following the EICMA show in Milan. The second one is Triumph Tiger 800 XCx which has already unveiled in India on 30th July 2015. This bike is a premium off-road bike and featured as a most updated version throughout the XCx range. The Tiger 800 XCx  also includes some smooth-riding features like adjustable traction control, three riding modes, and fully adjustable WP suspension. It is considered as a genuine all-round adventure bike contender currently available in the market.

So, here is a close comparison between two best in class Bikes- Triumph Tiger 800 XCX and Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin. The comparison is in the terms of engine displacement, safety features, technologies, and design which are provided in the form of Infographic.

The Triumph Tiger 800 XCx bike measures with a length of 2215mm, a width of 851mm and height of 1390mm. The bike has a kerb weight of 221 kg.
Now comes to the engine and gearbox side, The Triumph Tiger 800 XCx  receives the power from an 800cc, In-line 3-cylinder engine that draws out a maximum power of 95 BHP at 9,250 RPM and a vertex torque of 79 NM at 7,850 RPM. The powerplant is connected to a six-speed gearbox.

Mechanically, the braking duties are managed by a Twin 308mm Floating Discs, Nissin 2-piston Sliding Calipers, Switchable ABS at the front side, while the 255mm rear single disc with  Nissin Single Piston Sliding Caliper, Switchable ABS. The motorcycle is featured with a long-travel suspension, which offers a new level of off-road riding ability.

While talking about the Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin, it gets power from a 998cc, 4-stroke, Parallel Twin with 270 crank and Unicam that produces a maximum power of 92.6 BHP at 7,500 RPM and 98 Nm of torque at 6,000 RPM. The braking duties are managed by 310 mm dual wave floating hydraulic disc at the front side and 256 mm wave hydraulic disc at the rear end. The bike gives a dynamic balancing power as it is loaded with telescopic suspensions at front and mono Shock fork at the rear side.
The bike measures with a length of 2334mm, width of 873mm and height of 1475mm. The bike has a kerb weight of 208 kg.

See Also: Most Comfortable Touring Adventure Motorcycles for Long Rides in India