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Royal Enfield Hunter 350 set to launch in July, cheaper than bullet

Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Royal Enfield has already won millions of hearts with feature-loaded bikes such as the new Bullet, new Himalayan 450 and multiple 650cc, now the company is working to provide something unique to all the two wheeler lovers.

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Indian two-wheeler manufacturer Royal Enfield has already won millions of hearts with feature-loaded bikes such as the new Bullet, new Himalayan 450 and multiple 650cc, now the company is working to provide something unique to all the two wheeler lovers. The firm is all set to launch its much-awaited Hunter 350 in the market in July 2022. .

The report revealed that the motorcycle is likely to go on sale in the second half of July this year. Meanwhile, interested customers can book the vehicle in the start of July. As far as the deliveries are concerned, it will commence by August 2022.

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Ahead of its official launch, Hunter 350 has been spotted many times in many cities and districts during testing multiple. The locals who have spotted the bike claimed that Hunter 350 looks much more aggressive as compared to the company’s previous releases.

If rumors to be believed, the upcoming Hunter 350 is likely to be based on RE’s J-platform same as Meteor and the Classic 350. Reports said the bike will share the frame, parts, and engine with the latest RE 350cc bikes, which means it will be powered by a 3499cc, single-cylinder engine, which is expected to generate 20.2bhp and 27Nm of torque.

What will be the price of Royal Enfield Hunter 350?

Leaked has suggested that the upcoming Hunter 350 will be less expensive as compared to the company’s other motorcycles in the market. The vehicle will be positioned below the next-gen Bullet 350, which will launch at starting price around of Rs 1.30 to Rs 1.40 lakh, ex-showroom.

Hunter 350 will be a good option for all those customers who are planning to purchase the Yamaha FZ25, Bajaj Pulsar 250 and the Suzuki Gixxer. The company specially targeted the customers who want to upgrade from a 125-150cc motorcycle.

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Toyota reveals Innova Crysta 2023 in diesel, here’s list of big changes in vehicle

The Japanese carmaker Toyota is finally all set to launch the facelift version of its much-awaited vehicle Innova Crysta in India. However, the exact launch date has not been shared by the company as of now, but the report says that the firm is likely to drop the MPV end of this month or the start of February

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Toyota Innova Crysta 2023

The Japanese carmaker Toyota is finally all set to launch the facelift version of its much-awaited vehicle Innova Crysta in India. However, the exact launch date has not been shared by the company as of now, but the report says that the firm is likely to drop the MPV end of this month or the start of February.

Amid this, ahead of its official release, the firm has already started accepting the booking of the same. Interested customers can visit the authorised showroom and book the vehicle by giving a token amount of Rs 50,000. The same can also be booked from the company’s official website.

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The official images have been shared by the company. The photos, shows that the company did not even try to put any effort in order to change the vehicle’s styling or design from the outside, which means customers who were expecting some big changes from the exterior might get upset as the same design has been carried forward. But, customers definitely will see some minor noticeable changes in its outer body.

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In order to give a more aggressive look to the SUV, Toyota redesigned its front fascia. Now, the MPV will come with a smaller front grille and a new front chin. Apart from this, the fog lamp enclosures also have been changed. Now it will come with a chrome finish from its sides.

The 2023 model will only be available with diesel engines, as opposed to the existing Innova Crysta’s petrol and diesel engine options, which were quietly withdrawn in late 2022. The 2.4-liter diesel engine will remain coupled to a five-speed manual transmission. It will lack automatic transmission.

The updated version of Innova Crysta will come in four trims – G, GX, VX and the top-spec ZX. All trims, barring the ZX, will have either seven- or eight-seat layouts.

Meanwhile, Toyota will be selling two Innova models together for the first time in this transaction.

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Honda launches Activa H Smart at Rs 80,000, know everything about two-wheeler

Honda India has finally launched its much-awaited and one of its hot-selling products two-wheeler Activa H Smart. The company has introduced the vehicle at the introductory price of Rs 74,536, which goes to Rs 80,537 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for its top variant

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Honda Activa H Smart

Honda India has finally launched its much-awaited and one of its hot-selling products two-wheeler Activa H Smart. The company has introduced the vehicle at the introductory price of Rs 74,536, which goes to Rs 80,537 (ex-showroom, Delhi) for its top variant.

The feature-loaded scooter now comes in two more variants – Deluxe and Smart Key. The firm has not made any changes in terms of the engine, which means it will remain comes with a 110 cc powertrain, generating a peak power of 7.84bhp and 8.90Nm of torque. However, customers definitely will see some noticeable changes in terms of cosmetics.

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The biggest update that has been given in the Honda Activa H Smart is its smart key which is remote. With this smart remote key, you can lock, unlock, start and turn off the scooter without using the key. Along with this, the fuel tank cap can also be unlocked to get petrol filled through this smart key. This smart remote will work only within a radius of two meters.

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Who will compete with the Honda Activa H Smart?

The Honda Activa H smart scooter will compete with the Hero Maestro 110 apart from its main rival TVS Jupiter.

How is the Honda Activa H Smart braking and suspension system

In the Honda Activa H Smart, the company has given drum brakes in both the front and rear wheels with which the Combi Braking System (CBS) has been added. Talking about the suspension system, it has been given telescopic front forks suspension at the front and adjustable shock absorber suspension at the rear.

Meanwhile, the company’s senior executive said that in order to provide a good riding experience to its customers, the firm has been working hard. It is updating the vehicle from time to time so that its loyal customers won’t feel their technology getting outdated,

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Hyundai launches Grand i10 Nios facelift at Rs 5.69 lakh, check updated features and specs

The South Korean carmaker Hyundai finally launched its much-awaited facelift version of the Grand i10 Nios. The company has introduced the vehicle at the starting price of Rs 5.69 lakh ( ex-showroom).

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The South Korean carmaker Hyundai finally launched its much-awaited facelift version of the Grand i10 Nios. The company has introduced the vehicle at the starting price of Rs 5.69 lakh ( ex-showroom).

The company has already started accepting the pre-bookings of the four-wheeler across all its dealerships. Interested customers can visit the nearby authorised showroom and book the hatchback by giving a pre-book token amount of Rs 11,000. The same also can be booked by visiting the Hyundai official website.

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The Hyundai Grand i10 Nios facelift now comes with noticeable improvements and cosmetic changes. It now features a new front bumper, housing the black enlarged grille, paired it with the new tri-arrow-shaped LED DRLs that are making the four-wheelers more appealing as compared to the current one.

Taking about the updated features, now hatchback comes with an 8.0-inch touchscreen infotainment system, which supports Android Auto and Apple CarPlay wirelessly. It also comes with rear AC vents and a wireless charger. Meanwhile, when it comes to a top variant, the four-wheeler provides some new features that include Type-C USB ports, tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) and cruise control mode.

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In order to enhance the safety of the car, which was earlier has been slammed by many customers, now comes with four airbags, ABS, EBD, seat belt reminder, speed alert, rear and front parking sensors.

The redesigned Grand i10 Nios is powered by the same 1.2-liter petrol engine as the previous model and is mechanically identical to it. When coupled to either a 5-speed manual or an AMT transmission, this engine produces 83 horsepower and 113.8 Nm of torque. In addition, the factory-installed CNG kit is also being offered in the same engine that churns out 69 horsepower.

Amid this, the company has terminated the 1.0-liter turbocharged gasoline engine, which was used to produce the power of 100hp and 172 Nm of peak torque.

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