Friday, 24 April 2015

Yamaha Saluto Bike Review 2015

The Yamaha Saluto is a puny friend to the street-road, which has made its debut in a very grand manner in the two-wheeler domestic market. The Saluto has been designed to target the young people or happy family who wish to ride for daily purpose work along with excellent fuel economy. The company has positioned it in the category of commuter motorcycle. The motorcycle is sold in the Indian market at Rs 52,000 that is really worth in this category.

Yamaha Saluto Mileage Bike

The Saluto is positioned above the existing YBR 125. The motorcycle has received a fresh style that looks very simple and sober. The motorcycle is featured with an angular headlight, black visor, single unit cushioned seat and a simple tail section give an ultimate stance to the motorcycle. Some other noteworthy aspects of this motorcycle are its black visual elements that include alloy wheels, engine, silencer and visor that makes the look more attractive.

Yamaha Saluto Colors

The motorcycle is powered by a 125cc air-cooled and single-cylinder engine which is pretty much impressive to deliver class leading performance and mileage. The motorcycle has adopted Yamaha’s reliable technology, Blue Core Technology, that is why the riders have many expectations from this motorcycle. The Blue Core technology makes it able to return an 8.2 BHP of power at 7000 RPM and 10.1 Nm of torque at 4500 RPM. The engine is mated to a four speed transmission. Thus, the claimed fuel economy of this motorcycle is 78 KMPL.

Yamaha Saluto Wallpaper

In terms of dimension, the motorcycle measures 2035mm of length, 1080mm of height and 700mm of width, whereas the 180mm ground clearance is perfectly suitable for every kind of road condition. The impressive feature of this motorcycle is its weight that is only 112 KG.

Yamaha 125cc Saluto Bike

The company has adopted standard suspensions to make the cornering comfortable as well as stable. The motorcycle uses front telescopic suspension and rear swing-arm. Thus, the stopping power is measured by a front and rear drum brake. The Saluto is the most affordable and performance oriented motorcycle in its category.

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Bajaj Pulsar AS200 and Pulsar AS150

Recently the Bajaj Auto has launched two new motorcycles for India line-up named Pulsar AS200 and AS150. Both the motorcycles have made its appearance on the podium.

Pulsar AS200 and AS150

Bajaj Pulsar AS200 - As talking about the specification of the both motorcycles, the Pulsar AS200 is the most awaited Adventurer Tourer motorcycle that looks very impressive with its front fairing. The motorcycle gets a projector headlamp along with pilot lamps and windscreen. The motorcycle houses 199.5cc engine displacement that has seemed in Pulsar 200NS. The four-stroke and air-cooled engine returns a healthy power outputs as well as fuel economy.

Pulsar AS200

Bajaj Pulsar AS150 - Cosmetically, the Pulsar AS150 shares the design or body cues from Pulsar AS200 and, technically, the motorcycle has borrowed the engine from Pulsar 150. The motorcycle is featured a projector headlamp along with pilot lamps and windscreen, which gives an impressive look to the motorcycle. The motorcycle is built around on a 149.5cc engine displacement, which not only provide impressive power outputs, but also enhance the fuel economy of the motorcycle. The engine is mated to a five-speed transmission.

Pulsar AS150