Thursday, 24 May 2012

Bajaj Discover 125 ST

Bajaj Discover 125 ST has Launched:

Bajaj Auto has launched a new version of its commuter bike Discover 125, dubbed the "Discover 125 ST" the newly added ST stands for Sports Tourer.

Powered by Bajaj’s patented “DTS-i Twin Spark” technology, for the first time in this category,
The engine is designed with four valves that deliver 13 PS of power, highest in the 125cc category, without compromising on fuel efficiency.
A patented “ExhausTec” technology that enhances drivability, five-speed gearbox, monoshock nitrox suspension, anti-vibration frame, and petal disc brake that enhances safety.
Commenting on the launch K Srinivas, President - Motorcycle Business, said, "We believe that the average Indian commuter has to compromise a lot for fuel efficiency. With the Discover ST we are making a statement that mileage need not come with boring design and outdated features."Like the new look Discover 125? Tell us about it in the comments below.
According to Dreamwheels the design has inspired  from KTM duke 200. It having new style then older one .
The new alloy wheels with 200 mm front petal Disc break attract you more .

Thursday, 10 May 2012

BMW X3 30d

The early 2011 X3s were generally seen as a best-in-class move forward and the 30D M Sport re-up delivers an almighty zip and the kind of tight drive that you'd expect from a smaller car.It also does with better emissions and fuel economy than rivals with similar spec, such as the Freelander 2 SD4 and the Audi Q5 S 3.0. A hearty well done. 
Pretty much like the choice of a more powerful diesel engine for the already amazingly capable X3, which BMW launched late last year. Even in the smaller 20d guise, the X3 is anything but slow. It picks up pace quickly and you are doing 100kph in under 10 seconds and can potentially
barrel past traffic at 210kph.
But in the xDrive30d spec seen here, you get a 3.0-litre, straight six, common-rail unit made out of aluminium and complete with a zero-maintenance particle filter. In English, that translates to an in-line, six cylinder, lightweight and robust engine that only your service centre mechanic will ever come face-to-face with. Even if you do, visually it doesn’t look different from its smaller sibling. But in terms of specs, the number of horses has increased by a massive 74bhp. Raw torque has soared by 180Nm. Even better, all this is at about the same engine rpm range. The result is a sprint to three-digit speeds in a claimed 6.2 seconds and a top whack of 230kph. Importantly, getting there is easy work, which makes the X3 30d a serious player of the fast lane.

The eight-speed Steptronic gearbox, which is optional on the 20d, is standard fare here. It’s a complex piece of kit designed to save fuel with the same gusto as it has to help propel the car better. It tries hard, and with reasonable success, to understand individual driving styles and makes split-second decisions to keep you in the right gear. Does it work? Not flawlessly, as it takes time to understand what’s on the driver’s mind via the right foot. Thankfully, this BMW is an SUV and you will never be on a racetrack to rue lost microseconds. So, in everyday practical terms, it does work well.
Typically, there are three driving modes to choose from – Comfort, Sport and Sport+. In Comfort, the ride is pretty choppy and at slow speeds the X3 can rock like a boat. Which is good if you want to go to sleep. But if you are driving, change to ‘Sport’ because that’s where it firms up the ride without being harsh on your body. The car feels much more stable here. The engine revs higher though, and in slow traffic you wonder whether you are stuck in the wrong gear. Thankfully, you can individually switch off Sport mode, either for the drivetrain or the chassis, which sort of solves the rev noise problem.

BMW EfficientDynamics.

Enhancing driving pleasure and so much more besides: BMW EfficientDynamics represents a suite of intelligent technologies that markedly reduce fuel consumption and emissions while simultaneously boosting the performance of the BMW X3.

Thursday, 3 May 2012

Audi A4

Good news for audi's fan , Launched: Audi A4

If you've been all excited by our new A4 review and have been waiting for the car to be launched; wait no more. Audi has made the A4 available to the Indian market ahead of its original release schedule.

A4 – Audi's longest selling sedan with its newly acquired emotional appeal offers considerable advantages over its predecessor in terms of features. Priced from Rs 27.33 lakh onwards (ex-showroom Maharashtra), the car is out now at Audi dealerships around the country.
“The A4's young and sleek looks will appeal to the younger generation who have arrived in life and are looking to affirm their status and positions among their peers. The engines with their superior technology will give better fuel efficiencies while the new and improved lines and interiors will certainly turn heads and add to the comfort and luxury that one expects from Audi. The outstanding sales performance in the first quarter of 2012 of its predecessor encouraged us to pre-pone the launch of the new Audi A4”, said Mr. Michael Perschke, Head, Audi India.This is BBC top gear news.

The A4 has been launched in three variants – 1.8 TFSI petrol that's priced at Rs 27.33 lakh, 2.0 TDI diesel for Rs 29.38 lakh, and a 3.0 TDIq (diesel again) for Rs 38 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom Maharashtra.

Hyosung GT250R

RBG( Ramesh B. Garware ) group 
RBG Group has been in business since 1960 and has vast experience in running & managing manufacturing operations in India.

Now Garware motors ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Garware Bestretch Ltd. Garware Motors Limited is making a foray into the fast growing automobile segment by entering the niche segment of powerful and aspirational bikes. In fact during the pre-independence era, noted businessman and industrialist- Mr. B.D. Garware, founder chairman of Garware group, began to import the first foreign cars into India. These cars, primarily Jaguars and Lagondas, provided luxury transportation to the country’s Maharajas. Taking this legacy forward, his granddaughter, Ms Diya Garware heads Garware Motors, who’s overarching objective is to provide a world class biking experience to Indians in the affordable luxury segment. 

Garware Motors has entered into a partnership with S&T Motors, South Korea, manufacturers of the Hyosung brand – a brand which has earned a reputation amongst the global biking fraternity. Internationally, Hyosung have come to represent a high-end biking experience at a value-for-money proposition. The brand has gained excellent acceptance in the US, South America, UK, Australia as well as many Asian countries. By partnering with Garware Motors Limited, S&T Motors is now bringing this global biking experience to India.
Hyosung GT250R 
Garware Motors has released a statement saying that they will be launching a new 250 cc bike in India soon. It is no secret that this 250 cc bike is the Hyosung GT250R, with the GT250N following in at soon after. Garware Motors claims that their new 250 cc motorcycle will give tough competition to its close competitors, which by the likes of it is the Honda CBR250R and kawasaki ninja 250r. The company says that its 250 cc offering will be priced very competitively, with the launch scheduled for third week of May 2012. The Hyosung GT250R will be retailed through Garware Motors showrooms, which are present in Tier-II and Tier-III cities as well.

The Hyosung GT250R is powered by a 249 cc, air/oil cooled DOHC engine. This 75° V-twin has 8-valves and produces 26.27 BHP of peak power at 10,000 RPM and 21.04 Nm of peak torque at 6750 RPM. The engine is mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox. While Garware Motors has not revealed much details about other aspects of the Hyosung GT250R, we are aware that the bike has the capability to nudge past 170 kmph. A weight of 171 kgs along with a fuel tank capacity of 17-litres ensures the Hyosung can be a good tourer, provided you manage to get used to the aggressive riding position. What ever said and done, a V-Twin with such gorgeous looks and an expected price of Rs. 1.95 lakhs (ex-showroom pricing) will surely win many customers for Garware Motors.