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Hero's innovative Splendor iSmart is a smart addition to the company's commuter lineup.
Harley Davidson's Street 750 is coming to Indian roads soon, and at Rs 4.1 lakh it may be the company's cheapest bike, but isn't any less Harley-like.
The Triumph Thruxton embodies classic 50's and 60's British motorcycle styling with some thoroughly modern gear. It's not fast, but then again, it doesn't need to be.
The Alpha is Yamaha's all new unisex scooter, and offers a desirable mix of vital factors like styling, comfort, refinement and build quality.
After Harley Davidson, it is the turn of Indian Motorcycles to make its mark in India, starting with the audaciously big Indian Chief Classic.
The Kawasaki Z800 is an element of aggression and precision, reflecting every bit of its 'Z' DNA when it comes to design and performance.
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