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The flagship Apache exits the Autocar garage after an eventful 6,000km run.
I had a big crash and walked away from it.
It’s been with us for nearly a year, and now it’s time to say goodbye to the quarter-litre naked.
It’s always fun riding the Ntorq and the scooter has held up well so far, but there has been one concerning issue.
The most street-friendly Apache joins our long-term fleet.
The Apache RR 310 changes hands, and faces its most difficult test yet: the Mumbai monsoons.
The bike changed hands, and with that, its role.
About service costs, long-distance runs and accessories.
A very yellow scooter brightens up our long-term fleet.
We wasted no time in getting to know our latest long-termer.
Our first impressions after putting 3,000km on the odo.
Minor niggles notwithstanding, the Vespa SXL 150’s strengths leave a lasting impression on us.
The RTR 200 truly bared its soul in the two years with us.
The Navi has definite appeal as an urban runabout and scores high on practicality.
The Achiever 150 is a commuter that doubles as a surprisingly capable off-roader.
The Honda Navi looks like a motorcycle and is as easy to use as an automatic scooter.
It might look tiny and impractical, but the Navi excels at urban riding and is quite fun to boot.
The Vespa is not big on space, but it is big on style.
The Vespa remains capable but is heavy on the pocket due to frequent fuel stops.
The R3 proves its mettle on a 1,500km highway run.
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