Sunday, 20 August 2017

KTM Duke 125 Review


KTM Duke 125 Review

KTM Duke 125 Infographic

Overview

2017 KTM Duke 125 is a small segment version of the new KTM 390 Duke with a 125cc engine. The bike gives us a fresh, aggressive design based on the same lines as Duke 390. It has some impressive array of things to offer such as bifurcated LED headlamp, all new instrument console, tank shrouds which extend to the headlight, new rear sub frame and a revised exhaust system.

Although manufactured in India, the KTM 125 Duke is not likely to be launched in the country as a price of INR 1.25 lakh+ and low fuel efficiency does not make it a good option where most bikes in the 125 cc segment come at a price of INR 55k-70k, along with very high mileage figures. Outside India, KTM Duke 125 is available in the shades of White and Orange with a tubular base frame.


Design & Style

The New Duke 125 comes with conventional naked street bike styling from KTM, coming with some sharp edge looks, which are sure to make heads turn. With the promising reliability of the brand, the bike looks like a replica of the 390 Duke with some toned down features, using the same components as the elder sibling.

2017 KTM 125 Duke is the only bike in the 125 cc segment which can show off a glorious TFT display which adapts its illumination to the surrounding light conditions. The LED headlight seems directly borrowed from 1290 SuperDuke R and the parking light also consists of 20 LEDs. The KTM 125 Duke also has extended stylized tank shrouds which are visible up to the headlights. The steel fuel tank and the high quality cast along with other aesthetic features give you a feel of a very impressive naked street bike.


Engine & Gearbox

Sure, it is normal to expect a very good performance from all the KTM Duke variants. And this one too does not disappoint, with a 124.7 cc engine giving out a power of 15 bhp @ 9500 rpm and a torque of 11.8 Nm @ 8000 rpm. It comes with a single cylinder four stroke engine which is liquid cooled. The bike comes with 6 speed manual transmission and it is a true performer in the 125cc segment with promising statistics.


Mileage

Given such power packed performance in the 125 cc segment, the KTM Duke 125 has a mileage of around 35-40 kmpl. This is not a consideration here because this bike won't make it to the Indian streets. This bike is low on fuel efficiency in the class but that won't make a difference for its international sale number.


Instrument Console

KTM Duke 125 has a single panel digital display. It comes with a digital speedometer, tachometer, trip meter, clock, odometer and a digital fuel gauge.


Safety Features

The KTM Duke 125 has first in class ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) which is unique to the 125cc segment. It uses fine technology to ensure a good user experience and enables control. It comes with an electric start, attractive split seat, pass light and pillion footrest.


Suspension

The KTM Duke 125 comes packed with high quality upside down WP suspension with open cartridge technology. The shock absorber has a progressive spring, where pre-load is adjustable providing a well balanced suspension.


Shade

KTM Duke 125 is a standard offering coming in a single Orange and White shade. This makes it look like most of it's older siblings with same color and signature styling.


Verdict

The KTM Duke 125 is a very impressive bike offering us the same panache as we find in KTM 1290 SuperDuke R. It has some serious style quotient, with the bifurcated LED lights being a show stealer. As a fan of KTM, this looks like a fair deal in the 125 cc segment and also carries the royalty coming with the brand name. It lies in the same class as Honda CBR125R and Yamaha MT-125 as competition.

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Wednesday, 16 August 2017

Like & Dislike About Royal Enfield Classic 350

Royal Enfield Classic 350 is undoubtedly the king of the current RE lineup. It sells like hot cakes with its potential to rule the streets and provide the most comfortable riding experience on the Indian highways. The motorcycle is powered by the same 346cc, 1-cylinder engine from Bullet 350, happily producing 19.8 BHP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of massive torque at 4000 rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox and weighs 192 kg with all fluids and a full fuel tank. Here are the pros and cons of buying the RE Classic 350 in India.

     
Royal Enfield Classic 350 is undoubtedly the king of the current RE lineup. It sells like hot cakes with its potential to rule the streets and provide the most comfortable riding experience on the Indian highways. The motorcycle is powered by the same 346cc, 1-cylinder engine from Bullet 350, happily producing 19.8 BHP at 5250 rpm and 28 Nm of massive torque at 4000 rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox and weighs 192 kg with all fluids and a full fuel tank. Here are the pros and cons of buying the RE Classic 350 in India.


Things We Like About Royal Enfield Classic 350


1) Powerful Engine


As the engine details were given above, it becomes clear that power and Royal Enfield are good old friends. Not just that, it takes the least effort for Classic 350 to reach its maximum ability as the values are reached at relatively lower torque than all other motorcycles available in India around its segment. The engine has loads of pulling power, making it the best motorcycle when considering a ride into tough terrains like mountains and slopes.

2) Exclusive Design



No other motorcycle around its segment carries the same sort of design language as Classic 350. It comes with a full metal body that provides it with those tough guy looks. The round headlight, huge fuel tank, curved fenders and chrome spoke wheels. The divided seat is a visual bless while the exhaust is particularly shared between all RE Bullet and Classic models. The retro inspired design language gives it a unique road presence for sure.

3) Braking and Handling


Royal Enfield Classic 350 uses a front 280mm disc brake with 2-piston calipers and 153 mm drum brake for the rear. This makes it an ideal RE to drive as cutting speeds become easy and driving at higher speeds is more promising than before. It has a different handlebar than the Bullet series, providing the rider with more confidence while maneuvering in heavy traffic. The tyres are MRF 90/90-19 and 110/90-18 on the Classic 350. These are years ahead of those found on the Bullet 350 and helps the rider attain new levels of grip on the road surface.

4) Electric Start


RE provides the option of electric start on the Classic 350 as a standard feature. This helps many potential riders that are not much familiar with the kick starter to enter the RE family an enjoy riding the motorcycle in all conditions. This option also helps those who are scared of the reverse action of RE’s kick-starter, which is considered quite dangerous on old Bullet motorcycles.

5) Powerful Headlight


Royal Enfield provides the Classic 350 with 60W/55W halogen headlight that is twice as bright as normal bulbs in most motorcycles. They are extremely useful in bad weather conditions and night time driving. The presence of pass light switch makes it even more powerful and helpful in rough conditions.

6) Excellent Mileage


Everyone won’t be familiar with this term for a Royal Enfield motorcycle but many riders have claimed a mileage of around 40 kmpl from their Classic 350. The average value never drops below 35 kmpl in most riders while with careful driving and fuel efficient throttle value, it can seriously touch 40 kmpl without any hesitation. Riders do not need to worry about super constant refills as the motorcycle happily provides 500 kilometers of riding range in a full fuel tank with medium hand on the throttle.


Things We Dislike About Royal Enfield Classic 350


1) Heavyweight


RE Classic 350 weighs 192 kg and that makes it a lot more heavier than bikes of this class. For some near comparisons, we can consider the Bajaj Dominar 400 that weighs around 182 kg. The 10 kg more weight over the heaviest Bajaj makes it a bit slower in overall top speed terms. Royal Enfield is actually not known for figures like top speed or acceleration but lowering its weight from some parts could provide an even better ride quality in the coming times.


2) High Pricing


Basically a Bullet 350 with different design and added features, RE Classic 350 commands a price tag of INR 1,35,400 (ex-showroom Delhi). The addition of disc brake and electric start, along with MRF tyres makes it expensive for sure but the gap is of around INR 22,000 in both the bikes. Royal Enfield should have provided a lower tag as many buyers skip the same because the on-road price in their city crosses INR 1.50 lakh.

3) No Fuel Gauge


Well, royal feel is a different thing but a fuel gauge could have been a better addition on the RE Classic 350. What is someone takes your bike for a ride and unfortunately switches the fuel knob to reserve due to some reason? You won’t even know when your bike gets out of fuel as there would be no indication of anything before the unfortunate halt.

4) Refinement Issues



Royal Enfield should work over the refinement issues faced by thousands of fans in terms of engine noise, harsh vibrations and false neutrals. Although RE machines are made to stay longer, not every user actually knows how to go through such a phase when you spend INR 1.50 lakh and still are not satisfied with the noise of the engine when idle.


Tuesday, 1 August 2017

How to Get Paid Per Ad View Instead of Per Click


In the world of online marketing, when you’re running ads on your blog, there are a few different ways you can get paid.

Affiliate sales. These involve you running ads that refer users to a store, where they can buy items. You get paid if they buy.
Lead generation. This is very similar to affiliate sales, except you refer people to communication with sales staff. The sales staff pay you for qualified leads – that is, people likely to buy, rather than people they can’t contact or fake information.
Pay per click. These ads sit there on your site and do nothing until they’re clicked. You get paid a small fee each time the ad is clicked by a real user. Again, it only works if the user is real, bots and repeated spam clicks from the same person don’t count.
Pay per impression. These ads sit on your site and earn you money every time they’re displayed to a real, non-repeat user. The more traffic you have, the more you can make. Because a view is so much easier than any of the above to get, these ads tend to pay a meager fee for view counts in the thousands.
Pay per impression is the easiest and least effort way to get paid for running ads on your site, hands down. The user doesn’t even need to pay attention to those ads; as long as they don’t have an ad blocker installed, they see the ads, and thus you get paid.

Because it’s so easy to get views, pay is scaled per thousand. For pay per click ads, you have a rate per click you earn. For pay per impression ads, you have an amount you earn per thousand views.

Impression advertising is often abused, unfortunately. There are dozens of traffic bots out there that claim to get around filters and work for various programs. For this reason, most of the ad networks out there – including the big one, Google AdSense – rely on a per click model.

Here’s the thing about AdSense. There are a lot of references out there to CPM advertising through AdSense. In the old days, running AdSense ads on your site was almost always a CPM – impression – payout. These days, though, very few companies want to pay for unqualified, random impressions. Instead, they want to pay for clicks or leads. Because that’s the case, AdSense ads are almost always CPC.

If you want to switch to CPM ads, you’re going to have to drop AdSense. Some ads will occasionally run CPM through AdSense, particularly when using graphical banner ads, but those are rare. You also can’t control it; it’s determined by Google. Or, rather, it’s determined by the people using Google AdWords to pay for ads; they determine whether they want to pay for clicks or impressions, and that determines how the ads on your site run.




CPM and CPC


I understand the desire to not have to worry about sales or clicks, and just make money from your traffic seeing your content. It’s a good idea, and the only thing that makes it difficult is the longtime abuse of the system. For over a decade, CPM has been ruined by people running software or gaming the system in order to make a few bucks. They make theirs, but they trash the system for everyone else.

Consider a situation where your site pulls in about 1,000 visitors per day.
With CPC advertising, say you have a 1% click-through rate. For 1,000 visitors in a day, that’s 10 clicks.
With CPM advertising, your click rate doesn’t matter. 1,000 visitors is 1,000 impressions.

Now, with CPC, say you’re getting $1 per click. With CPM, you might be getting $2 per thousand impressions. Now look at the examples above. With 10 clicks per day, at $1 per click, you’re making $10 per day. With CPM, 1,000 daily views at $2 per thousand means you make $2 per day.

It’s also arguably easier to grow your click-through rate than it is to grow your traffic legitimately. That said, through the use of traffic purchasing, cheap ads, and taking advantage of viral traffic, you can boost your traffic in the short term a lot more than you can boost click rates.

Ads in different channels also have different values. According to MonetizePros, last year the value ranged from $2.80 per thousand views for standard display ads, to $5 per thousand views for ads within emails.

There’s a lot of variation in the industry, however. It tends to have a lot to do with niches and keywords, as well as ad placement. Video ads can be much more lucrative, for example. Consider this: the more traffic a niche has – the larger it is – the lower your CPM payouts are going to be.

Why is this? Think about it from the side of the business paying for the ads. If you’re in a broad niche, like video games or health food or exercise, it’s really easy to get a lot of traffic. You don’t want to pay a ton for the traffic, because there’s so much of it you’d lose out. On the other hand, in a very narrow niche with very little traffic, you’re willing to pay more for it because you can do more with it.

CPM in general isn’t all that widely used these days. Most of the people using it tend to be running sites where they don’t care about the quality of the traffic; they have ways to monetize it that exploit loopholes or don’t require user actions. They don’t want to spend a lot, so they go for CPM over CPC. What that means is that, more so than the low payments, the primary point of failure with CPM ads is the quality of those ads and the sites they advertise.

Investing in CPM




If you want to get paid via CPM despite all of the arguments against it, you’re going to have to monitor your inbox and prove yourself. There are two ways to do CPM.

Join a CPM ad network, or a hybrid network that allows you to choose.
Attract the attention of an agency that represents a private CPM network.
The former is the route most CPM publishers take, while the latter is the more lucrative and difficult of the two options.

Before I go into dealing with agencies and private networks, let’s first talk about the public CPM networks.

The primary problem with public CPM networks is, as I’ve mentioned, the quality of the sites and site owners involved with the network. A network is only as good as the people paying into it and the people running its ads. A lot of the sites on both sides of the equation for pure CPM will be bottom of the barrel, low budget, maybe even spam sites. The networks make money from a commission, but both the payments and payouts are minor, so they have to thrive on volume. Therefore, they don’t regulate or vet their publishers or advertisers very strictly.

If you’re interested in a public CPM network, here are some options for you to explore:

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Technorati
CPXi
Index Exchange
Rhythm One
Conversant
Tribal Fusion
Each of these has benefits and drawbacks. Technorati is simple and focused on CPM ads. Rhythm One is a more modern rebrand of an older network. Conversant is a hybrid with affiliate and CPC ads as well. Tribal Fusion is one of the oldest remaining ad networks and advertises higher than average rates. I’ll leave it to you to investigate each of them and see if your site fits with their requirements.

Speaking of requirements, you might not get into all of these networks on the first attempt. See, for CPM to be lucrative, you need volume. You need a lot of traffic. Some will have higher requirements than others, but they don’t always publish them publicly. You’ll have to do some digging, contact account reps, or just apply and see if you qualify.




CPM Only

CPM and CPC
CPM agencies represent private CPM networks. Private networks have a lot of benefits where public networks don’t. Primarily, because they carefully vet their clients and publishers, they can maintain a high level of quality for both sides. They will only work with you if you refer a high volume of great traffic. Likewise, they only work with advertisers who have real, good products to advertise, who stay within the quality boundaries, and who have budgets to pay a reasonable rate.

That’s the single biggest benefit of a private network; the money. With the higher level of quality comes higher per-thousand rates.

Agencies will typically approach you, not the other way around. Therefore, in order to contract one, you need to become noteworthy enough to attract their attention. This means publishing quality content, attracting a sizable audience, and making it easy for them to contact you. It also means combing through your spam emails, because a lot of times the sort of messages these agencies send will trip spam filters. Be very careful! Always investigate a network before you sign any contract or implement any code, just in case they’re trying to pull a fast one.

Quality is very important because in an agency-run private network, there’s oversight on both sides. You will have veto power over the ads that run on your site, so you can stop ads that you deem too irrelevant or negative for your brand or visitors. Likewise, advertisers will be able to decline your site as part of the sites running their ads, for any of the same reasons.

In exchange for all of the vetting and service the agency provides, it will take a steep cut from the payments coming from advertiser to publisher. You could expect that if an advertiser is paying $10 per thousand views, you’re getting $5 per thousand, with the agency taking the rest. While this seems steep – and 50% is no joke – public networks often start with $2 per thousand from the advertiser and go down from there.

CPM as Supplemental Income

Here’s the thing. Imagine a scenario where you get in a premium private ad network, and you manage the impossible by getting a 100% fill rate – that is, always ads displayed – with those high value ads. You’re getting $20 per thousand views. Now, you want to make a living from your site, and this seems like a good setup. How many visitors do you need to make $1,500 a month? You would need 75,000 views per month, all of them qualified.

This is an absolute best-case scenario. You might be able to pull it off, but it will take a lot to manage anywhere near that amount of money for CPM. You’re more likely to be operating with CPM payments closer to $2 per thousand views. In which case, you would need 750,000 views per month; a much less feasible number.

No matter how good your traffic or how high your volume, you’re going to be making money in some other way as well if you want to be bringing in decent paychecks. You’ll be running CPC ads on the side, or selling memberships to premium content, or selling ebooks. The possibilities are endless, though they all take a lot of work.

CPM is, and always will be, supplemental income. It’s just too hard to monetize views for any reasonable amount of money, at least without significant investment first.

Making Yourself More Attractive for CPM

Large Site Analytics Example

If you’re trying to attract a CPM agency, or just trying to get into one of the more exclusive CPM networks, you have some work to do.

The number one thing you want to do is get more traffic, but you need to get it legitimately. You can’t go out and buy traffic to make your numbers look better; chances are the traffic you’re buying is more expensive than the money you’d be making with the CPM ads, so you’re just losing out. You also can’t game the system with bots; they’ll be caught and you’ll be removed from the platform with your payments withheld. Beyond sheer traffic volume, though, there’s more you can do.

Expand within your niche so you can cover as much ground as possible, to attract advertisers with interests that may not align 100% with your own, but are close enough to be reasonable on at least some sizable portion of the content on your site. You won’t be able to go full-on generalist blog, not even the biggest blogs alive do that, but you can probably stand to expand somewhat beyond what you’re currently covering.

Experiment with the ability to place ad units in unconventional locations. If you run videos, you can use video ads on any video you don’t host directly on YouTube. If you have a responsive design or a dedicated app, you can run mobile or app units, which typically pay more than just your basic website ads. You can even consider opening up a slot for ads in your mailing list newsletter.

You should also strive to put ads in places where they’re most visible. A banner ad at the top of the page is going to earn you more than a banner ad in your footer. It’s more of an algorithmic thing; when the page loads it counts a view one way or the other, but the network or agency sees that the ad is hidden out of the way and thus gives you less for it.

Don’t over-do it with ads. The more ads you have, the spammier your site looks. I know with the low value of CPM it’s easy to think you can double your revenue by adding a second ad to a page, but that kind of thinking will eventually drive away users and earn you a search penalty. It s a technique used by spam sites and you don’t want to look like you run with that crowd.

Finally, do what you can to supplement your CPM income with other forms of income. The more reliant you are upon meager payments, the more you’re going to go out of your way to focus on them, and the more likely you are to accidentally do something that hurts you. I don’t care if you have to sell ebooks, run consulting, or make a member’s section of your site; you need a second source of income if you want to be able to grow CPM naturally.

Sunday, 30 July 2017

Yamaha Bikes & Scooters Post-GST Ex-showroom Delhi Prices

Yamaha India was the first brand to display the revised prices on their official website in such a way that users can see the price difference in their respective states with just two clicks. They helped many understand the concept of GST as those bikes which saw INR 1000 going from ex-Delhi price had a reduction of around INR 5,000 in Madhya Pradesh.

The uniformity in prices was well applauded by the fans as Yamaha was the only brand to bring down the price of FZ25 to a lower point than it was launched in the country. They were even the best ones when it came to passing of GST benefits properly.

Yamaha currently has an extensive lineup of products, starting from 110cc and moving to 250cc in the locally manufactured segment. The list includes six scooters, including their drum and disc brake variants.

Yamaha Saluto RX is the most affordable product at INR 47,700 while Yamaha FZ25 is the flagship here with INR 1,19,300 of price tag. It is even the most powerful option with 20.6 BHP and 20 Nm of torque. It weighs just 148 kg and comes out as the only Yamaha bike to sprint from 0-100 kmph under 10 seconds. Apart from them, Yamaha R15 and FZ are two most popular sport bikes series of India.

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How To Increase Website Traffic Fast

How To Increase Website Traffic Fast


Are you worry about your website traffic? How to increase website traffic fast. There are few important steps you just need to be follow and you can boost the traffic of your website. You do not need to be expert in SEO or copy writing. We are listing several steps FREE to be follow for increase the website traffic.




Site Must Be Responsive



The desktop working is very old fashion in today technical and fast world. Today almost every people are using the smart phone for all their internet uses. They can prefer to open the any website on mobile device. So your site must be responsive means it should be open on any mobile devices. This is very important step to be start increasing website traffic.



Site Must Be Fast


Today no one has the time in this fast growing technical world. If your website take more time to open then no one has time to see your website. Also your bounce rate goes very high and google will drop the searching chance of your website. So your webpages must be optimized and it should be load very fast on browser. How fast your site load is better for the increase traffic.



 Keep Update On Social Media


Social media play very important role to spread the contents fast. With the help of social Channels you can boost your site traffic very fast. First you need to promote your contents on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google plus etc. But this is not enough to increase traffic. You have to join the relevant groups on social media and actively post the content links on those groups. If you receive any comments then you need to participate and reply to those comments. Also try to interact the group member discussion. This will help you to increase the website traffic. Pinterest and Instagram are the main platform to promote your images.



Saturday, 29 July 2017

YAMAHA Things We Like & Dislike About Yamaha FZ25

Yamaha FZ25 is powered by a 249 cc, fuel injected engine on the motorcycle is good for 20.69 BHP at 8,000 rpm and 20 NM at 6,000 rpm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox and the bike weighs just 148 kg. FZ25 is one of the most exciting products for 2017 and Yamaha sold around 12,000 units of FZ25 in just 4 Months!


Things We Like About Yamaha FZ25 | List of Pros


1) Most Affordable 250cc Bike in India


This typical Yamaha carries the tag of most affordable motorcycle in the quarter liter segment. FZ25 comes with a smaller price tag than other motorcycles around the engine segment. The only motorcycles that falls under its price tag is Apache RTR 200, and Pulsar NS200 and both of them carries a smaller engine. Pulsar RS200, KTM 200 Duke and even the CBR250R are highly priced in comparison. FZ25 is available for INR 1,19,300 (ex-showroom Delhi).

2) Excellent Mileage @ 43 kmpl


Yamaha FZ25 claims an excellent mileage of 43 kmpl. All others around the segment are not even into the 40+ league as maximum of them return close to 35 kmpl of mileage from their engines. This will keep the overall cost of running low and let the user enjoy ample power within the accessible range. The powerful engine is even delivering class leading torque in its price segment.

3) Good Build Quality


FZ250 is a Yamaha by birth and this makes it entitled to the best quality components available across Indian motorcycle industry. It shares most of its components with the younger FZ version 2.0, promising high quality product that will i nturn perform better on everyday roads. The tried and tested formula even builds more trust within the existing and new customers for Yamaha Motor India.

4) Lightweight


Yamaha has built the bike in such a away that it weighs just 148 kg with full fuel tank and all fluids in the engine. A motorcycle that carries 14 liters of petrol, 1.55 liters of engine oil and few other liquid components weighs quite low when compared to others around the performance segment. This makes it easy for riders to control the FZ250 in heavy traffic and even handling it around the bends at certain speeds.

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5) Availability


Yamaha FZ25 is available pan India from the first day of its launch. Unlike TVS and Bajaj, they will start deliveries across every small and large city of India at the same time. The rival products like Dominar 400 and Apache RTR 200 are not even available across every dealership of the country. Not just that, Yamaha is expanding its dealership network in such a way that every Indian motorcycle lover can buy one around his town.

6) Macho Design


The design of Yamaha FZ25 looks inspired from other members of the FZ family, carrying the Macho character for enhanced street bike appeal. The fuel tank is even chiseled for maximum attitude while extended cowls are totally new in design. The headlight flaunts fearless styling while lighter tail end adds the sporty bit into the overall design. It even looks mature with its independent tyre hugger.

7) Comfortable Seat Height


Yamaha FZ25 comes with a seat height of 795 mm, making it lower than most other street fighters in the price segment. This makes it easy for riders with average height to control the bike and drive with an easy hand. Along with that, The seating posture of the FZ25 is said to be typical street bike style, improving over the position that is available on the other FZ series bikes. Straight back can even reduce fatigue during extended rides on the FZ25.

8) High Torque


The 249 cc, fuel injected engine produces 20 NM of torque at just 6,000 rpm. The high torque promises excellent riding comfort and easy drive on all types of terrains. The engine is relaxed and pushing the rider for high revving is not in its nature. The mature riding style may not be suitable for those who love revving the bike hard but could impress audience which needs a bike with ample power and powerful presence.

9) Full LED Headlamp




Yamaha FZ25 is the first bike of its class that comes with LED headlight. Not just that, it is even the most affordable bike that carries full LED headlamp. LEDs save power and even present clearest beam of light in low light conditions. It even carries LED tail light, making it the first Indian FZ to carry the same feature. The design of the headlight is even aggressive, improving the style quotient of the motorcycle in every way.

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10) All-Digital Instrument Console


The instrument console on the new FZ25 is really impressive, presenting new features like dual trip-meter, instantaneous and average mileage as well as a digital clock. The regular values like tachometer, speedometer and odometer are also placed in a nice manner, making values easily visible while driving.

11) Attractive Shades


Yamaha FZ25 is offered in three attractive shades namely Warrior White, Ballistic Blue, and Knight Black. The dual tone shades offer Gloss Black as second shade on the Blue and Black while Grey/Matt Black can be seen on most of the panels of Warrior White. The shades are really attractive and customer can select any one out of all at the same price tag of INR 1,19,300. Yamaha misses out the typical race Blue from the FZ series.


12) Low Power But Very Quick!


The power output of Yamaha FZ25 is 20.69 BHP at 8000 rpm. The value seems low when compared to the output of Bajaj Pulsar NS200 (23.17 BHP), Pulsar RS200 (24.2 BHP) and KTM 200 Duke (24.6 BHP). All other produce the peak power at 9500-10000 rpm while the Yamaha FZ25 needs just 8000 rpm for the same. Yamaha FZ25 is one of the quickest bikes in India in this price range.


Things We Dislike About Yamaha FZ25 | List of Cons


1) No ABS


Yamaha FZ25 lacks ABS as an option as most other bikes around the segment are offered with optional ABS. Yamaha may introduce the ABS model in the coming months but it could have simply been kept for the second variant from the company side. They can even tag it as a dealer level component as TVS is planning to do the same with the Apache RTR 200.


2) Lack of 6th Gear


The motorcycle comes with a 5-speed gearbox, this could be a cost cutting factor as Yamaha FZ series never experienced the 6-speed gearbox from its time of launch. Although, the R15 has 150cc engine and uses a 6-speed gearbox, claiming a price tag that is nearly equal to the 250cc FZ. Yamaha must have shared the 5-speed unit with the FZ16 itself.

3) Absence of Liquid Cooling


FZ25 carries an air cooled engine that can also be a cost cutting fact from Yamaha’s side, as the engine used in FZ250 has been carried over from the Fazer 250 sold in Brazil. Liquid cooling could have increased the overall cost of the bike and even was not that necessary for its naked design. The air cooling factor is great as Yamaha engines are good performers without the need of a complicated system for the same.




Key Facts About Yamaha FZ25


Displacement – 249cc, Air Cooled
Engine – Fuel injected, 1-cylinder, 4-stroke, Blue Core
Maximum Power – 20.69 Bhp @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque – 20 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Gearbox – 5-speed Transmission
Price – INR 1,19,300 (ex-showroom Delhi)
The Most-Affordable 250cc Bike in India
The Most Fuel-Efficient 250cc Motorcycle
Lightest Bike in its Class (148 kg)
1st Bike in its Class with All-LED Headlight
Available in 3 shades – Black, Blue, White
Front Brake – 282mm Single Disc
Rear Brake – 220mm Single Disc
Front Suspension – Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension – Monoshock
LED Headlight and Tail Light
All-Digital Instrument Console
Front Tyre – 100/80-17 M/C 52P
Rear Tyre – 140/70-17 M/C 66S
Front Wheel – 17 M/C x MT 2.50
Rear Wheel – 17 M/C x MT 4.00
Overall Length – 2015 mm
Overall Width – 770 mm
Overall Height – 1075 mm
Ground Clearance – 160 mm
Seat Height – 795 mm
Wheelbase – 1360 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight – 148 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity – 14 litres
Oil tank capacity – 1.55 litres
Turning Circle – 2.5 mtr

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Monday, 24 July 2017

MARUTI Suzuki Swift Hybrid Launched with 32 KMPL!


Suzuki Swift was recently launched in Japan with a hybrid drive-train. The new car is available in Hybrid SG and Hybrid SL variants, carrying a totally different setup in comparison to the previously available SHVS equipped Swift Hybrid ML and Hybrid RS models.

This system uses a 91 PS, 1.2 liter, 4-cylinder unit along with a 10 kW motor. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed AGS gearbox. The system claims 32 kmpl of mileage while the high level of sophistication makes it good for pure electric drive for a short period at lower load.





This typical hybrid duo is available with front wheel drive and gets no different exterior feature than the regular version of Japan. 2017 Swift measures 3840 mm in length, 1695 mm in width and 1500 mm in height. It carries a wheelbase of 2450 mm.

Interior of the hybrid variant comes with blue highlight on AGS knob, paddle shifters and hybrid display with power distribution graph for ease of understanding the systems working. The typical hybrid variant also gains Suzuki dual camera brake support.



Indian 2017 Swift would not bring this drive-train to the country as recent levels of taxes on hybrid have gone up by a large margin. If it was a fully electric car, it could achieve the benefits from the low tax scheme instantly.


Upcoming Indian variant for the Swift will carry the tried and tested 1.3 liter diesel and 1.2 liter petrol engine. Both are expected to stay exactly the same output but will get a bump in overall performance with lighter body weight. Maruti Suzuki may launch this before this festive season for boost in sales.

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Sunday, 23 July 2017

Top 15 Bikes in India under Rs 2 lakh

Top 15 Bikes in India under Rs 2 lakh (Post-GST Ex-showroom Delhi)

Indian buyers are left with not more than a handful of option when considering a motorcycle between INR 1 lakh-2 lakh. The range starts from Royal Enfield Bullet 350 at INR 1.13 lakh while goes up to INR 1.84 lakh for the Benelli TNT25.

Royal Enfield Bullet 350 @ INR 1,13,000Plus Rs 5800
 -Yamaha R15 V2 @ Rs 1,18,800Plus Rs 500 
- Yamaha FZ25 @ Rs 1,19,300Plus Rs 2500
 - Pulsar RS200 @ Rs 1,21,800Plus Rs 13,600 
- RE Classic 350 @ Rs 1,35,400Plus Rs 5600
 - Bajaj Dominar @ Rs 1,41,000Plus Rs 4900 - Thunderbird 350 @ Rs 1,45,900Plus Rs 100 
- KTM Duke 200 @ Rs 1,46,000Plus Rs 17,800 - Renegade Sports @ Rs 1,63,800Plus Rs 1200 
- RE Himalayan @ Rs 1,65,000Plus Rs 3300 -
 Renegade Commando @ Rs 1,68,300Plus Rs 5000 - 
Mahindra Mojo @ Rs 1,73,300Plus Rs 1500 
- KTM RC 200 @ Rs 1,74,800Plus Rs 900
 - KTM Duke 250 @ Rs 1,75,700Plus Rs 8300 
- Benelli TNT 25 @ Rs 1,85,000

The prices mentioned here are ex-showroom Delhi and does not include products that cross INR 1 lakh mark in several states.

Bajaj Pulsar NS160 vs TVS Apache RTR 160 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS V2 vs Honda CB Hornet 160R

Bajaj Pulsar NS160 recently entered the premium segment and got itself the most lucrative place in the Indian motorcycle industry. Priced at INR 78,400 and carrying a great 160.3cc oil-cooled engine, the motorcycle is good for 15.3 BHP and 14.6 Nm of torque.


The top speed NS160 is around 120 kmph while the motorcycle weighs 142 kg with 90 percent of fuel in its tank. Key rivals in this segment includes TVS Apache RTR 160, Suzuki Gixxer, Yamaha FZS and Honda CB Hornet 160R. Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is offered with a single 240 mm front disc while rivals offer dual disc brakes on the top spec variants.

The least powerful engine of all is used in 2017Yamaha FZS V2 Fi, producing just 12.9 BHP at 8000 rpm and 12.8 Nm at 6000 rpm. It comes with fuel injection while all others, including NS160, use carburetor for fuel delivery.

Honda CB Hornet 160R is the most expensive option, producing 15.04 BHP and 14.76 Nm of torque. Being expensive is not that bad as they offer combined braking system for effective stopping power on the motorcycle.

These five bikes fall right within INR 10,000 of price difference, making it tough for an easy decision. Still, Pulsar NS160 comes as the best bike from this segment. We hope Bajaj will offer a rear disc variant plus fat rear tyre variant soon.

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Thursday, 20 July 2017

Monday, 17 July 2017

Breaking announcement on BMW G310R


A heartbreaking news for sure, the much awaited BMW G310R will not launch in India. They have no plans for its launch in the near future as revealed by a chat between BMW Motorrad India (Facebook Page) and Mr. Sahil Husain. When Sahil contacted BMW regarding the launch date, BMW India confirmed that they have no plans to launch the G310R and G310GS in India.

BMW even has just four dealerships for the CBU high end products and chances of expansion seems minimal after this report. The news came after hundreds of rumors that G310R may launch in the Diwali time frame this year and may get priced aggressively. Then it was being said that G310R will come by April 2018. But as per the latest details available, it might not come to India ever!

It is quite shocking as TVS is manufacturing the bike in India and BMW should have launched it in India first. This is a very sad and disappointing news for BMW fans and for those who were waiting for the bike from past 2 years! We hope BMW Motorrad reconsiders the product lineup for India and launches the G310R and G310GS in 2018.

BMW G310R is built in TVS’s Hosur plant and exports for the motorcycle are continuously being increased for European demands. India will get the same frame, engine and feel under the upcoming TVS Apache RR 310S.


Those who have plans to buy a new bike this year, and were confused planning one out of G310R and Apache RR 310S, can now easily bet on the fully-faired racer by TVS. Apache RR 310S will soon get its official debut for India and may launch at an even more attractive price tag of around INR 1.60 lakh.
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TVS is using an all-new vertical console on RR 310S.  BMW G310R is powered by a 313cc, single cylinder engine that comes with fuel injection and liquid cooling. The same motor is planted into the Apache RR 310S while a different state of tune is expected from the motorcycle. The engine on the G310R is good for 34 PS at 9500 rpm and 28 Nm at 7500 rpm. This refined engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

BMW claimed top speed for G310R is 143 kmph while Apache could get an even better top end with its aerodynamic design. The concept version of the Apache RR 310S (Akula) weighs just 130 kg due to heavy use of carbon fiber while production version will definitely get a raised weight of more than 160 kg. BMW posed the biggest threat for KTM 390 Duke as a buyer would have been confused between the two due to close expected pricing. As the BMW product moves out of this league, KTM will benefit the most out of this move.


Internationally, both Duke 390 and BMW G310R are priced close and are exported from India. G310R gets ABS as standard while the same cannot be confirmed for Apache RR 310S. The USD forks, wide tyres and same beastly stance of the TVS version could fetch many buyers who are thinking of getting away from KTM RC twins. RR 310S will also rival Mahindra Mojo with the use of premium components in both the bikes. Most G310R fans are expected to reach the KTM dealerships in the coming months.

BMW G310R
Key Specs of BMW G310R:

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Displacement – 313 cc
Power – 33.6 BHP @ 9500 rpm
Torque – 28 NM @ 7500 rpm
No. of Cylinders – Single Cylindernormal_20
No. of Gears – 6-Speed Gearbox
Seat Height – 785 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight – 158.5 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity – 11 litres
Top Speed – 143 kmph

Mileage – 30 kmpl

G310R

Sunday, 16 July 2017

SUZUKI GZ 150

A recent report from BikeAdvice claims that Suzuki GZ150 is preparing for its Indian debut in the coming weeks. This report is backed by a dealer statement while estimated period for the launch is 60-90 days.

It is said that company engineers have asked them to prepare for this model and even Motul recently examined the GZ150 for India. In fact, if these things prove right, buyers will have an excellent option when looking for lightweight cruiser motorcycle before this festive season.

     
A recent report from BikeAdvice claims that Suzuki GZ150 is preparing for its Indian debut in the coming weeks. This report is backed by a dealer statement while estimated period for the launch is 60-90 days.
It is said that company engineers have asked them to prepare for this model and even Motul recently examined the GZ150 for India. In fact, if these things prove right, buyers will have an excellent option when looking for lightweight cruiser motorcycle before this festive season.


Suzuki GZ150 is currently on sale in Vietnam and Colombia. It comes with a 150cc, single cylinder fuel injected engine with a 5-speed manual gearbox. Here, using the engine from Gixxer can even help them keep cost under check.


Suzuki can swap the fuel injection with carburetor and further reduce the initial effective cost of GZ150. As it weighs 137 kg (dry), performance will definitely surprise the first time cruiser riders for sure. Suzuki offers a seat height of 710 mm for GZ150.

Sharing parts would not be a problem as it comes with conventional front forks and single front disc brake for the front section. However, using twin shocks and a different set of fuel tank, seats, exhaust and alloy wheels will need some time for localization.


Suzuki GZ150 costs 41,99,000 Peso (INR 89,000 approx) in Columbia. That makes it lower than Suzuki Gixxer at 43,99,000 Peso (INR 93,000). Both the bikes use fuel injection in Columbia and hence, Suzuki could place the same at around INR 85,000 in India for the carburetter model.


Key Specs of Suzuki GZ150



Engine Type                   : Four stroke air                                                  cooled two valve                                              enigne
Displacement                :149.7cc
Max.speed                    :130kmph
Max.torque                   :11.2 N-m @ 6000 rpm
Max.power                   :15.42Bhp @ 8000 rpm 
Suspension                  : FRONT-telescopic                                            hydraulic shock                                                absorber
                                       REAR-mono shock                                          absorber

Length                       : 2040 mm
Width                         : 780 mm          
Height                        : 1070 mm
Wheelbase                : 1260 mm
Ground clearance     : 150 mm
Fuel tank capacity    :  11.5 liters 
Weight                      : 137 kg
Gear box                  : 5 speed 

Mileage                    : 45-55kmpl

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Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Interesting Facts About Nokia

Nokia is one of the well known mobile brands in the world wide , It had an huge impact in the mobile technology, which it created an great improvements and good look for the newest mobiles.
It  ruled the world mobile market once, but it lags a lot before than now, just because of the Android arrival
Nokia 1100 Legend

Interesting Facts About Nokia

1) Do you know, the world first commercial GSM call was made by Finland Prime minister Harri Holkeri  using the Nokia phone over a Nokia Supplied Network in 1991.


2) Normally Nokia uses all the numbers in their Manufacturer handset model Number, But in Asia it does not use the Number 4.Because In many parts of asia they feel that number 4 is unlucky.


3) According to the Fortune list 2006 survey, Nokia is the 20th most Admirable company in the World


4) It exceeded the Conventional Camera Manufacturers too, as the total sales of camera Equipped mobiles is increased more and more.Now it is the Worlds Largest Camera Manufacturer


5) Normally new handsets will initiate the call timer, when the call came.But nokia Handsets will initiate the call timer only when the call  was answered.It is Excepted in some special nokia handsets like Nokia 6600


6) Well the Nokia Ringtone was named after several changes.Earlier Spanish Musician  "Fransisco tareega " had done a great guitar work called " Grand Velas ". Actually it is based on this Work


7) Nokia was named by the inspiration of the Town Nokia In Finland.


8) Nokia Town was named by inspiration on the river called " Nokianvirta " in the finland


9) In 1996, Nokia released first smart phone called Nokia 9000 Communicator


10) Over 250 million units of Nokia 1100 (2003) was sold till now.It is the Highest for any mobile in the World yet


11) In 1982, Nokia Releases the First phone called " Mobira Senator ".It weighs Around 10 kg.

Saturday, 8 July 2017

How to choose a bike?


How to choose a bike?

Bike is not just a Transport medium, It is part of men's life . Bike is sentimental, emotional and dream for many people. "A good bike can change life a Ordinary man into Extraordinary man" . In This blog I gonna give you a clear idea about how to choose a bike . If you like this blog subscribe my blog and comments for my satisfaction 😉😉😉.

Choose your bike

Yes choose a bike which you like . When you ask others for suggestion they will spoil your plan. I don't mean all but if you ask suggestion from tall boy and you are small what will be the result? so choose your bike and ask suggestions.

Mileage

It does not mean that you have see mileage of the bike . If the mileage of the bike satisfies your need then pick the best out of it. If you are earning more than go with sports bike .If else you need to travel more and more then get bike which gives you more mileage.

Parking 

None of us thinks about this parking a bike in city .Bikes like Yamaha fazer, Suzuki gixxer sf , Pulsar 200 have big dooms and weights lot , Parking those bikes in crowed place is not an easy task .so If you gonna bike to use for small distance then don't for such bikes .

Size and Family

Yes choose a bike for your body ,tall boys can't ride bike like YamahaR15 due to seat it will lead to back pain. Fat men can't ride a bike like Honda Hornet . Other than that if back seat height so tall it will not be much comfort for family . Hence choose Bike with this basis.

EMI

This is not for all , its just for one who gonna take bike in EMI . Since EMI is being headache for many there were lot of finance providing loans for
Bikes . My suggestion is try to settle that in a year or else interest will increase . If you payed half an amount while taking a bike it will be much easy to pay rest in a year . 

Thus I hope you would have got clear idea about how to choose  a bike.

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Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Yamaha RX 100 Relaunch

Yamaha RX 100


The king of Indian streets at one time, the legendary Yamaha RX100 can amaze the riders and the onlookers in the same way as KTM 200 Duke. The 98cc motorcycle was good for 11 BHP and 10.39 Nm of torque while weighs just 103 kg. It claimed a top speed of 100 kmph while was quite unsafe because of just drum brakes at both ends. 

SPECIFICATION:

Rx100 2017

Engine Type                   : Four stroke air cooled                                             two valve enigne
Displacement                :98cc
Max.speed                    :130kmph
Max.torque                   :11 N-m @ 7500 rpm
Max.power                   :10.39KW @ 6500 rpm 
Suspension                  :
                        FRONT-telescopic                                                  hydraulic shock                                                        absorber
                       REAR-mono shock                                                      absorber
Rx 100 price

Top Speed                 :100kmph
Length                        : 1965 mm
Width                         : 740 mm          
Height                       : 1050 mm
Wheelbase                : 1240 mm
Ground clearance    : 145 mm
Fuel tank capacity   :  10.5liters 
Weight                      : 95 kg
Gear box                  : 5 speed 

Mileage                    : 40-45kmpl
Rx100 Hd

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