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A lot of woodwork, a wall of heritage, and Jawa memorabilia give the showroom a very retro vibe.
Both retro-motorcycles will be on display at the Autocar Performance show today onwards.
Like the entry-level Dukes and RCs, the upcoming motorcycle will be manufactured by Bajaj in India.
The XTZ 125 uses a 124cc, air-cooled engine which produces 12.5hp and 11.6Nm of torque.
The Italian manufacturer has launched the Ducati Approved programme to make its bikes accessible to a larger market.
The Classic is now available in maroon, Jawa Black and Jawa Grey shades.
This milestone was achieved by TVS and BMW Motorrad in a span of less than two years.
Both commuter motorcycles now feature Yamaha’s own combined braking system called 'UBS'.
The new-generation Hayabusa will be available in two colour schemes – black, and a dual-tone grey-red.
The supersport motorcycle is expected to get an updated design, TFT colour instrumentation and more.
The Interceptor 650's larger fuel tank and lower price point make it surge ahead.
We get to experience the Jawa's new 293cc engine.
The discount amount varies between cities; applies to Street Rod, as well.
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