With another month gone, sales reports of major two wheeler makers in the country have been revealed. Here is a report on the September 2014 sales of TVS, Bajaj, Mahindra, Royal Enfield, Yamaha and Honda.
Mahindra Gusto was just launched at competitive introductory price of Rs. 43,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). Here is on-paper technical specification, price and features comparison between other 110cc scooters like Honda Activa, TVS Jupiter, Suzuki Lets, Hero Maestro and Yamaha Ray.
TVS Motor Company has introduecd two new colours in its Jupiter scooter range, Matte Beige and Sparkling Silver, and are an addition to the existing colours, Titanium Grey, Mercury White, Midnight Black and Volcano Red.
Bajaj Auto has made a contribution of Rs 20 crore for the Prime Minister National Relief Fund to be used for relief efforts in Jammu & Kashmir. J&K has reported the death of over 200 persons in the worst floods the northern state has experienced in a century.
A new teaser image, claiming to be that of TVS Apache facelift, surfaced over the internet this weekend. But guess what, the teaser is a fake. In a mail to Rush Lane, TVS confirmed that the teaser is a fake, and nothing but a clever Photoshop job.
TVS Motor Company is very busy trying to get to top with a list of new launches after Scooty Zest including TVS Dazz, new Apache and Victor. Now a TVS bike is spied doing preliminary tests under camouflage which hasn’t been in radar before.
TVS Motor Company has announced plans of launching two new bikes in coming six months. One of them would be a commuter, resurrection of Victor nameplate and other would add to entry level performance bike segment under Apache banner.
With an aim to see an increase in market share from a current 15% to 18%, TVS Motors is banking heavily on their just launched Scooty Zest. The company aims at selling around 10,000 units of this 110cc scooter in the first month which was launched in India at a price of INR 42,300 (ex-Delhi) yesterday.