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GATIMAAN Express: What is has to offer? Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

Why must the Railway News be left out on an Automotive Competent Platform? Find out right here what the GATIMAAN Express has to offer:

The Indian Railways flagged off India’s first semi high speed train- GATIMAAN Express:

  • It runs from Delhi Nizamuddin to Agra Cantt in 100 minutes.
  • Top Speed is 160 kmph.
  • It is set to run 6 days a week, except Fridays as Taj Mahal remains closed on Friday.
  • Executive A/C Chair Car Fare is 1500/- INR
  • A/C Chair Car Coaches Fare is 750/- INR

  • Offers an elaborate menu with your choice of cuisine and Free TV provided.
  • It is about 7 minutes faster than Shatabdi Express on the same route.
  • The GATIMAAN also includes plush interiors and bio-toilets.
  • It boasts of on-board hostesses and bone china crockery.
  • There’s a GPS-passenger information service and WiFi-based electronic entertainment system.
  • Most trains in India average speeds of around 110 km an hour.

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Naked Sportsbike of the Year. Hint: Italians! Stay tuned with ‪#‎AutoCater‬ to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

The Benelli TNT 899 has officially been declared the Naked Sportsbike of the Year by TopGear. Its a beautiful naked Italian Sportsbike, but that is not the only thing that makes it unique.

It comes with an inline 3 cylinder engine that sounds like an angry Italian ready to take up a war. This beauty strikes out a balance between looks, power delivery, comfort and rideability. It is a great bike for those weekend runs giving you an immense pleasure biking experience.

Technical Specifications: 

Engine:Liquid Cooled, in line 3 cylinder, 898 cc

Power: 120 bhp @ 9000 rpm. Torque: 86Nm @ 8000 rpm.

Transmission: 6 speed. Weight: 231 Kg. Fuel Tank: 16 litres.

Price: 9.75 lakhs (X Showroom Mumbai)

 

Official Dealer Partners DSK with its latest showroom now opened at Thane. We have posted a few pictures of the grand opening of that showroom. Have a look and leave your comments.

 


 

 

 

Brutale 675 by MV Agusta to be launched this year! Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

MV Agusta is all set to launch the Brutale 675 during the 2nd half of 2016. The Brutale 675 will be powered by an inline three-cylinder engine which is expected to make 25% more torque than the existing version. The new MV Agusta Brutale 675 is expected to have the same mechanical and technical features found on the 2016 Brutale 800. This includes things like a revised frame, traction control, ABS and a quickshifter, hydraulic slipper clutch, ride-by-wire throttle and an eight-stage traction control. Cosmetic changes can be in the form of new headlamps, exhaust and body.

The current MV Agusta Brutale 675 is powered by a 675cc inline three-cylinder engine producing 110bhp of power at 12,500rpm and 65Nm at 12,000rpm. The new version is expected to deliver the power at lesser rpms to make it more usable.

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2016 Triumph Speed Triple Price & Specs disclosed! Stay tuned with ‪AutoCater‬ to catch up on ‪‎Exciting‬ & ‪Latest‬ ‪‎News‬.

At the EICMA 2015 Triumph motorcycles presented the Speed Triple S & The Speed Triple R. The new Street Triple looks longer, sits low, and looks more aggressive than its predecessor. The oval headlamps, with in-built DRLs, makes it look more intimidating. The narrower fuel tank has been redesigned to make the filler cap the tallest thing on the motorcycle. The bar-end mirrors surely add to the overall sex appeal of the motorcycle. The part of the seat, which meets the tank, has been reduced by almost an inch in width. This will give the riders more confidence to grab the tank with their knees at high speeds.

Between 4,000 and 7,000rpm, the bike is said to be 6.7 to 9.5Nm more torque than before. The rider can choose from five rider modes and can also configure traction control. Triumph also claims 17% improved fuel efficiency over the previous model. The R variant gets Ohlins road-and-track suspension at the front and an Ohlins monoshock at the rear. The Speed Triple R also loads of carbon fibre parts including the front mudguard. The 1050cc, three-cylinder engine now delivers 140bhp at 9,500rpm and 112Nm at 7,800rpm. Dry weight of the new Speed Triple is 192kgs (dry) and has a fuel capacity of 15.5 litres.

The new Triumph Speed Triple S has been priced at 9.86lakh, and the Speed Triple R costs 11.12 lakh.

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Royal Enfield’s Expected Launch! Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

Royal Enfield is expected to launch its 500cc Electra in the next few weeks. The Royal Enfield Electra 500 will be available in dealerships soon and will be available in new colour schemes as well. The basic design will be similar to the 350cc Electra’s, but will now be powered by the Bullet 500’s motor. Unlike the Classic 500 and the Thunderbird 500, the Electra 500 will not come with fuel injection, and will have a carburettor like the Bullet 500. The engine delivers 26.1bhp and 40.9Nm of power and torque respectively.

2015 seems to have been a great year for Royal Enfield. They have a reported a 50% increase in its sales in 2014 & 2015. The Classic 350 was one of their largest selling models. The company targets customers who will be looking at the 500cc product with a lot more styling, good looks and the best part with not much of a price difference.

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INDIAN DARK HORSE! Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

This blacked out mean machine maintains legendary Indian Chief styling, while taking an unpolished and raw approach to its finish with blacked out styling. There are a few alterations with the Dark Horse, so there are no fog lamps up front, no oil cooler or analogue fuel gauge on the massive fuel tank.

Keeping all of this apart, this motorcycle will have ABS, cruise control and keyless ignition, in addition to the tripmeters, digital tachometer, engine temperature and fuel consumption indicators. The Dark Horse has the same frame, engine, suspension setup and exactly the same ergonomics as the chief classic. The Dark Horse has also done away with the chrome spoked wheels and borrowed the chunky alloys of the bigger Indian Roadmaster.

Specifications: 1811cc, V Twin, 139 Nm Torque. 357 kg. 20.8 litres fuel capacity. 22 lacs (X showroom Delhi)

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Future Ten’s! Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

1) FORD MUSTANG: 

Finally, the Ford Mustang will make it to the Indian shores in the near future. This will be a fully loaded with a lot o tech and is offered with 3 engine options abroad: 2.3 litre 4 cylinder eco boost, the 3.7 litre V6 and the 5litre V8.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

2) MITSUBISHI PAJERO SPORT: 

Robust shoulder line, the mascara inspired tail lamps and the flash doesn’t end here. The Pajero Sport got features of a luxury car. Although most Pajero buyers would not do any hardcore offroading, the new SUV comes with an all new 4WD system. The power will come from the 2.4 litre which produces 175 bhp and a 430 Nm of torque.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

3) JAGUAR F  PACE:

The F Pace is based on the C-X17 concept. Its inspired rom the F-Type Coupe and is based on the all new aluminium platform. In India, we will possibly get a rear wheel drive, although a AWD could be offered. (Would be Nice)

The power will come from the 2179 cc four cylinder diesel, a V8 petrol that powers the F Type R.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

4) MARUTI XA ALPHA: 

This is Maruti’s mini SUV which will remind you of the Evoque with its hood , chunky grille and eagle eye headlamps. This SUV will be served across all Maruti Dealerships and is based on the current swift platform. It will come with the 1.2 K Series Petrol, 1.3 & 1.6 litre DDIS diesel engine. Maruti is also planning a AWD version for the XA Alpha.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

5) TATA NEXON: 

The Nexon crossover concept looks futuristic with its LED head and tail lamps, cameras for wing mirrors, loating dash, electric motor, suicide door etc and even a missing B Pillar. It will be powered by Tata’s 4 cylinder 1.2 litre petrol and 1.3 litre diesel engine.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

6)YAMAHA MT-03:

The MT-03 claims to be more touring friendly than its counterpart R3. It will get a slightly raised handlebar adding comfort to city and long distance rides. The MT 03 will be shipped to India via the CKD route. It will come with a 320 cc twin that develops 41.5 bhp and 30 Nm of torque with a 6 speed gearbox.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

7) MV AGUSTA F3 800:

This is an absolute mental machine. Its 3 cylinder engine produces 148 bhp and 88 Nm Torque.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

8) KTM DUKE 690:

Havn’t heard much of this one but yes it has been captured and will be made available soon. The 690 is lightweight, powerful, agile, comfortable and has an outstanding power to weight ratio.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

9) HERO HX 250R:

Hero MotoCorp will unveil its HX 250R in India in Early 2016. It will get disc brakes at both ends and will be powered with a 249 cc single cylinder producing 31 bhp and 26 Nm Torque. It is expected to be priced aggressively which we will have to wait for.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

10) BENELLI TNT 25:

One of the oldest Italian motorcycle manufacturers is set to launch its offering in India next year. This urban street brawler promises to be a strong perormer with its 249cc pumping out 24 bhp and 26 Nm Torque.

We will have to wait and watch for detailed specifications and pricing in the near future.

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UM Renegade Sport S unveiled. Stay tuned with AutoCater to catch up on Exciting & Latest News.

UM Motorcycles revealed the Renegade Sport S Cruiser bike at the 2015 EICMA Motorcycle show in Italy. The all new 290 cc cruiser will be officially launched at the Auto Expo 2016.

UM Motorcycles joins Lohia Auto for its Indian Venture who showcased the Renegade Sport S Cruiser at the 2015 EICMA. This cruiser is the 1st ever offering by UM Motors in India. The styling of the motorcycle has been inspired from large cruiser bikes and the Renegade S that was showcased sported stealth black paint job with contrasting orange accents.

The new Renegade Sport S cruiser is powered by a 279cc, water-cooled, single-cylinder fuel-injected motor churning out 26.6PS at 8,600 rpm and 22.76Nm at 6,300 rpm. The powerplant is mated to a 6-speed gearbox and according to UM Motorcycles officials the cruiser can accelerate to 60kmph in just 2 seconds. It will also feature a USB charger next to the instrument console which will allow the rider to use GPS of his phone without worrying about draining the battery. It is expected to be priced around Rs 1.7 lakh (ex-showroom).

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Ducati’s Most Affordable Bike in India is right here.

Ducati has announced the launch of the Scrambler Sixty2 claiming it to its most affordable bike in India. According to Ducati, the Sixty2 draws inspiration from youth street culture, skateboards, street food, pop music and the year 1962, which is when the very first Ducati Scrambler was launched. The name, therefore, is a tribute to an important year of the Ducati Scrambler motorcycle history.

The Sixty2 is half of the regular Scrambler’s 803cc. Getting to the looks, the Sixty2 gets a steel trellis frame and this makes it look similar to the Scrambler. The 41mm Showa fork is not inverted, while Kayaba rear shock is adjustable for preload. Both the suspension components offer 5.9 inches of wheel travel which is similar to that on the Scrambler.

2016 Ducati Scrambler Sixty2 Specifications:

Displacement: 399cc air-cooled L-Twin, Electronic fuel injection
Bore x Stroke: 72 x 49mm
Compression Ratio: 10.7:1
Maximum Power: 41bhp @ 8750 rpm
Gearbox: 6-speed
Clutch: Wet multiplate, cable-actuated
Frame: Tubular steel trellis
Front Suspension: 41mm Showa fork
Rear Suspension: Kayaba rear shock, pre-load adjustable
Front Tyre: Pirelli MT 60 RS 110/80 R18;
Rear Tyre: Pirelli MT 60 RS 160/60 R17
Front Brake: 320mm disc, 2-piston floating caliper
Rear Brake: 245mm disc, single-piston floating caliper
ABS: Bosch 9.1 MP as standard equipment

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John Abraham

How can we not have him right? Recently he got a custom made bike from Rajputanas Limelight, called the light foot. It has been designed as per John�s height, weight and preferences. Besides this he owns Suzuki GSX 1300R, Yamaha VMax & YZF-R1.

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