Category Archives: Upcoming Car and Bikes

Need For Speed to launch Payback game on 10th November and it looks like Fast & Furious

Need For Speed has just released the trailer of their newest upcoming game, Payback. By looking at the trailer we can easily say that something similar is happening to the NFS series which happened to the F&F. It has always been about pure racing and now guns, mafia and stuff are taking over the racing world.
It was been a long time since NFS has launched any another game which was as good the earlier games like the NFS Underground, Most Wanted or Carbon. After these games, the series was just filling up games just because they had to, and the recent games like Rivals just proved to be a total waste of energy and time for the ones who purchased it.
The newest installment will be launched on 10th November this year and will be available in India as soon as it gets launched. It will be available for both PS4 and Xbox one as well.
It is loaded with loads of drugs, guns, mafia wars and of course supercars! Stay tuned as we bring you more updates.


Benelli starts Tornado 302 unofficial bookings, here is the booking amount you need to pay!

Benelli dealerships around India has started accepting bookings for the upcoming Benelli Tornado 302. The token amount varying from Rs 10,000 to Rs 50,000 is acceptable for the booking of the upcoming Tornado 302 depending on the dealership. The bike showcased at the 2016 Autoexp last year and has created ripples due to its fully faired alluring looks.
On the inside, it is based on the same engine unit that powers the Benelli TNT 300 which is a 2-cylinder liquid-cooled engine and is famous for its ghastly exhaust tone. It delivers the power output of 36bhp and 27Nm torque. This 300cc power mill comes mated to the 6-speed manual transmission and is considered to be a super smooth unit. Benelli-TNT-300-Action-98014

Benelli TNT Tornado 302 launch in India?
The bike is expected to hit the market by June end of July 1st week and when launched it is expected to be priced at around Rs 3.7 lakh. At this price it will be a direct competitor to the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Yamaha R3 and the new KTM RC 390. At this output it remains less powerful to not the R3 and RC390 which tops at around 42bhp. While sharing similar power bracket with the Kawasaki Ninja 300.

Keep an eye here for more updates on the Benelli Tornado 302 price and review!

New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Current/Old Swift, Spec comparison review

The new Maruti Suzuki Swift will be making its way into the Indian market by the September this year. The car looks very promising as seen from the pictures but it’s only when the car is launched and makes its way to the roads that we can tell how the new Swift looks different from the current ongoing Swift. We bring down an exclusive comparison of the current and the new upcoming Maruti Swift that will highlight the upgrades and changes the new Swift has gone through.


New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift – Exteriors:

The new Swift will be one of the most compact cars in its segment. Interestingly, it is shorter than the outgoing Swift but has a longer wheelbase. Also, it is shorter in terms of the overall height. Since it has a longer wheelbase, one can expect longer leg room or interior space. But just like the outgoing Swift, the new gen Swift will not be the best in terms of interior space.


  Current Swift New Swift
Length (mm) 3850 3840
Width (mm) 1695 NA
Height (mm) 1530 1500
Wheelbase (mm) 2430 2450
Ground Clearance (mm) 170 NA



New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift – Design:

The Maruti Swift has always been one of the good looking cars and it is one of the reasons for its fame. However, the new 2017 Swift design looks better and inspired from the Mini cars. The silhouette, however, has been carried over as it looks almost similar to the present car. While, the designing tweaks such as gaping hexagonal grille, bumper with larger intake and discreet splitter, sleeker headlamps while the top of the line variant also features LED DRLs and a projector lamp setup. The car’s fenders can also be said to resemble the one on the new Baleno.


New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift – Interior:

The interior on the new Swift looks much premium and sportier when compared to the old Swift. The Steerwheel is all new and has been given a differently round design compared to one in the outgoing Swift. The dashboard looks better, while the earlier rectangular AC vents have been replaced with circular vents. A new Smartplay infotainment system also sits in the place of earlier system. The new cabin also features twin-pod speedo console that has a bigger, high res Multi-Information Display (MID).


New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift engine:

For the 2017 Swift, Maruti has chosen the same engine which is seen on the present Swift cars. The engine in talks is the 1.2 L K-Series Petrol and a 1.3 L DDiS Diesel engine. The Petrol engine is an 1197cc unit and features Variable Valve Timing (VVT). Peak power-torque is rated at 84.3 PS-115 Nm. The Diesel engine pumps out 75 PS-190 Nm. The engines come mated to a 5-speed Manual transmission. Talking about the change, you can expect a smoother output delivery and a better mileage from the engine in the new Swift.


New 2017 Maruti Swift vs Old Swift Mileage:

Since both shares the same engine, the new car will deliver the similar mileage figures which lie around 20kmpl for petrol versions and 25kmpl for diesel versions.

Stay tuned as Autocargurus brings you more updates!

Also read: Maruti Baleno RS launch confirmed for February 2017

Best 7 upcoming performance bikes to launch in 2017

2017 is surely going to be an exciting year and why is that? It’s because the year is going to bring a bunch of new performance machines that will surely woo a lot of bike enthusiast in the country. Manufacturers like KTM, BMW and TVS are going to bring some really exciting machines in the country. So we have collaborated a list that will help you with the best performance bike you can expect in 2017.

2017 KTM 390 Duke

The 2017 KTM 390 Duke has been upgraded from the ground up, and the changes have made the bike even better in all senses. It gets a new sub frame, new body design, new front headlights, new digital meter console with smartphone connectivity, new exhaust that makes the engine Euro IV compliant and many more upgrades. The bike is expected to be launched by February 2016 and at an expected price of not more than 2.05 lakh.



The bike was expected to be launched in the late 2016 but due to certain hiccups, the company shifted the launch date to early 2017. The small German beast runs on a 313cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine and delivers around 34bhp of power. It will face a serious competition from bikes such as the KTM 390 Duke, newly launched Bajaj Dominar 400 and the upcoming Yamaha MT-03. Expected a price tag of near Rs 1.80 lakh on the bike.


TVS Akula 310

The bike has been built on the platform of the above bike. It shares the same engine and other parts from the BMW G310R. The difference is, it will be fully faired sports bike instead of a mean street naked. It will be sold as a TVS product instead of a BMW and that will make it more affordable than the latter. Expect the bike to be out by mid-2017. The bikes like KTM RC200, Pulsar RS200 ABS, and Honda CBR 250R will be a direct competitor to the TVS Akula 310. When launched it will have a price tag of near Rs 1.60 lakh.


Yamaha MT-03

The bike is already present in the international market and now the company has made some solid agendas to launch the same in the Indian market and they don’t plan on delaying it. So expect the bike to roll out by late 2017. It will have a price tag of near Rs 3 lakh when launched. It will compete against the Kawasaki Z250, Benelli TNT 300 and the 2017 KTM 390 Duke.


Benelli Tornado 300

The bike was earlier seen at the 2016 Autoexpo alongside other Benelli bikes. It has been built on the same platform as the TNT 300 but comes with a full fairing to make it look sportier and certainly more attractive. It will surely not be a cheap product and get ready to shower at least Rs 3.40 lakh on this bike. Expected launch date of Tornado 300? June 2017!


Benelli TRK 502

One of the most interesting bikes in this list, but still not much information present on it as such. It’s sure one of the straight competitors to the Kawasaki Versys 650 but will stand in a much more affordable segment than the other mid-weight adventure bikes present in India today. Expected launch date and price on the Benelli TRK 502? Last quarter of 2017 and in the price bracket of Rs 5 lakh.


Triumph Bonneville Bobber

It is one of the newest products from the British marque, it has already been introduced to the world and so will head to the Indian market by mid-2017. The bike comes with a 1200cc high torque engine, as seen in the Bonneville T120, and so it has enough torque to make you go weak in your knees. The engine delivers 79bhp of maximum power and peak torque of 105Nm. Expect a price of around Rs 9 lakh on the bike and stay tuned for more information on the upcoming bikes in 2017.


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Yamaha R15 Version 3 spied at a dealership, launch soon!

Yamaha FZ200/250 to launch by late January 2017?

Yamaha Motor India launched the YZF-R3 last year at a comparatively higher price tag than expected, now the iconic Japanese automaker is gearing up for another launch in the upcoming year of what seems to be the new FZ250/200. It has been spied quite a few times now and the same is expected to hit the Indian street by late January.

As seen from the pictures, the bike utilizes an air-cooled engine, upgraded FZ styling with beefed up tank and aggressive new design and a wider tyre the back. To keep the price under check the bike shares many components with the existing FZ bike such as the discs, foot pegs, number plate holder etc.


We can expect a higher power and torque output figures from the new bike that will be a straight competitor to the new Apache RTR 200 4V and the upcoming 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS. The engine displacement number is yet not confirmed but expect around 20bhp of maximum power from a 200c engine on the FZ and if it’s a quarter-litre unit expect 2bhp more.

As per reports on the the bike is expected to be launched on 24th January 2017 which is officially not confirmed. Stay tuned to Autocargurus for more updates.

New generation 2017 Triumph Street Triple to launch on 10th January 2017

Triumph Motorcycles have already launched the all-new Speed Triple earlier this year and now the company has released a teaser video showing a glimpse of the new generation Street Triple which is slated to be launched on the 10th January 2017. As seen in the video, the new generation Street Triple will have similar looks as already seen on the new Speed Triple motorcycle. And that means there will be many visual tweaks and among them all the new comparatively round twin bug-eye headlamps that will be among other most significant upgrades. On the technical and mechanical terms, the bike is expected to receive better electronics and more power to go along with. The video also shows a new fully digital multifunction cockpit that will certainly be seen on the new bike.


Once launched internationally, same is expected to head to the Indian market very soon if going by the track record of Triumph Motorcycles. Since the company has already launched its entire international line-up in the country. Stay tuned to ACG for more.

Bajaj Auto to sell Husqvarna motorcycle from Probiking dealerships

The Pune-based bike maker, Bajaj Auto went into a partnership with KTM a few years back that is garnering profit for both the Indian and Austrian companies. Some time back, KTM bought Husqvarna Motorcycles and decided to manufacture the same under Bajaj’s plant in Chakan. As per earlier reports, these bikes will make it into the production by late 2017 or early 2018 and when launched the bikes will be sold through Bajaj’s pro-biking showrooms which also happen to retail both KTM and Kawasaki motorcycles.


You must already be aware by now that the company will be making two bikes including the 401 Vitpilen or the 401 Svartpilen. To limit the manufacturing costs and price, the bikes are being developed on the KTM 390 Duke platform, sharing the same engine and the frame. These bikes will face a very stiff competition from the Royal Enfield bikes and also the newly launched Bajaj Dominar 400. When launched Husqvarna bikes price in India should start at least from Rs 1.70 lakh. Stay tuned while we bring you more updates on the Husqvarna motorcycles. Also, comment in the section below to let us know your views on the above report.

Also read: Four brand new bikes to be launched by Kawasaki next month in India


Bajaj to launch the 2017 Pulsar 200 NS in January

The Pune based automaker, Bajaj Auto pulled the plugs on its highly famous Pulsar NS200 sometime back but now the reports suggest that the bike is about to make a comeback and this time it will come along with quite a few upgrades like the BS-IV compliant engine, ABS, new color paint scheme but fuel injection will still be missing on the new bike. The bike is expected to make a comeback in the late January 2017.


As per the official reports, there will be no change in the performance figures of the bike and expect the same power and torque output from the new 2017 Pulsar 200 NS. It will run on the same 199.5cc 4-stroke, SOHC 4-valve, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine that churns out 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm with maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm.

The bike will also carry the same design and appearance, just the paint scheme and stickers will be fresh. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS price, when launched, is expected to be around Rs 1 lakh. The bike will compete with the TVS’s latest 200cc Apache, the Apache RTR 200 4V. More information on the bike will be out soon. Stay tuned for more similar updates from the auto world.

Yamaha FZ25 spotted getting tested, to launch by mid 2017

Yamaha Motor India has been testing a completely new bike on the roads these days which appears to be the higher cc bike in the FZ family. The company currently sells only the FZ16 in the Indian market which comes in quite a number of variants but all of them comprises of the same 150cc engine. Ever since its launch, the bike has received zero engine upgrades and the newly spied bike gives an impression of being the new 250cc FZ, the FZ 25.


The pictures suggest the engine will be an air-cooled unit. What’s also missing on the bike is an ABS unit on the either ends. It will have Bybre disc brakes and a full-digital meter console. At the front, it features conventional telescopic forks and not the USD fork. At the back, it has a single mono shock for the rear suspension duties. The exhaust assembly looks similar to the one seen on the FZ16 bikes.

While the tank panel styling and other design lines are way more aggressive and fresh. At the front, the head light has been designed taking styling cues from the Yamaha M-Slaz bike.


Yamaha FZ25 engine and specs

The bike is expected to carry a new 250cc air-cooled engine that will not share any platform with the existing Yamaha engines. The unit is expected to churn out at least 25 to 27bhp of maximum power and a peak torque of around 19Nm.

Yamaha FZ25 mileage

The bike is expected to deliver around 32-35km/lt of mileage.

Yamaha FZ25 expected launch date

The bike is expected to make it’s official debut by mid-2017.


Yamaha FZ25 price

When launched the bike is expected to be priced at Rs 1.5 lakh. At this price point, FZ25 competitors will be the KTM 200 Duke, Bajaj Dominar 400, Mahindra Mojo and the Royal Enfield Himalayan.

Also read: Bajaj Dominar 400 launched, price starts from Rs 1.36 lakh

Stay tuned as Autocargurus brings you more updates!

Bajaj to launch Dominar 400 tomorrow, detailed spy shots arrives ahead of the launch

Bajaj Auto will be launching the most awaited bike of the year, the Dominar 400 in the Indian market tomorrow. The bike will be Bajaj’s flagship bike having the biggest engine in the company’s entire bike line up. Quite a lot of new detailed spy shots of the bike has arrived ahead of the launch tomorrow. Some of the picture clearly shows the tank mounted display, first ever LCD display on a Pulsar and many new knick-knacks.


Talking about the Bajaj Dominar 400 price, the bike is expected to be launched at a sticker price of Rs 1.6 lakh which will make it the most costly Bajaj motorcycle ever produced till date. The bike will as seen in the picture will also be launched in chalk white colour apart from the black.

Inside, the bike will have 375cc engine that has been inspired greatly from the engine seen on the KTM 390 Duke. It is expected to churn out a maximum power of around 36bhp and 26Nm of torque is expected from this single-cylinder power mill. In terms of safety features, it will have ABS as an option while slipper clutch will be sorely missed on the bike. Stay tuned as ACG brings you more updates on the Dominar 400.


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Also read: Four brand new bikes to be launched by Kawasaki next month in India