KTM’s Duke range is out, and the family has just gotten bigger. There’s a new 250 Duke that slots between the 200 Duke and 390 Duke. The smallest of the lot gets negligible updates while the 250 borrows styling cues, side-mounted exhaust and slipper clutch from the 390. The best of features are still reserved for the 390, which gets ride-by-wire, adjustable brake and clutch levers, split LED headlights and a segment first, a 5-inch colour TFT display. Here are five things the screen allows you to do.
Bringing rider and machine together as one: that’s the philosophy that has consistently guided development at Yamaha. It permits not even a single note of discord between man and machine. Yamaha’s DNA, which has long made dreams of mobility come true, creates a new and unprecedented riding experience.
Hyundai i30 is a premium high-end hatchback coming from Hyundai which is very successful in the segment outside India. Hyundai i30 comes with a 1396cc Gamma petrol engine which runs at a maximum power of 100 bhp @ 5500 rpm and gives out a maximum torque of 139 Nm @ 4200 rpm. The engine is […]