Monday, August 27, 2012

TVS Apache 2012 series

New TVS Apache 180 ABS
CG Automobiles, the authorized distributorof TVS motorbikes for Nepal, has launched the new 2012 Apache series RTR with an all new beast themed styling this august.

The new design , with all excesses eliminated and all curves chisselled to perfection, combines seamlessly with a high performance powertrain to look dynamic, even when stationary for both TVS Apache RTR 160 and TVS Apache RTR 180. The new breed of TVS Apache RTRs shoulders unique LED pilot lamps that are activated on ignition, night or day, which gives it a beast like character in design. The engine has also been made durable with the new aerodynamic package.
New TVS Apache 180 with old one
New TVS Apache 160

The new TVS Apache RTR 160 will cost Rs 209,900 and TVS Apache RTR 180 comes at 223,900. The TVS Apache RTR 160 comes in four dual tone colours, namely green, red, yellow and grey, with black being the base. The new TVS Apache RTR 180 comes in white, yellow, grey and black while the ABS version will be available in white and black.

New TVS Apache 160

Source : THT

Citi Ace 110

Honeywell  International, an authorized distributor of Daelim motorcycles of South Korea, has introduced Citi Ace 110 scooters in the Nepali market.

The Company claims Citi Ace 110 to be a dynamic, sporty, practical in design, and ideal for either private or business use scooter. The front cover of the scooter is detachable, giving the scooty flexibility  for either use. It has a four step rotary gear system developed from the previous successful Citi 100 model with technical improvements.

Citi Ace 110 gives a mileage of around 50 kmpl in Kathmandu roads, as claimed by the company.According to the company, it is available for Rs 199,000 with a one-year or 15000 km warranty, 15 free services. Finance scheme is also available.

Source : THT

Thursday, August 16, 2012

Need vs Pleasure

BUllet parked along a simple bike

The Lady

the rider has the attitude

Brand new clipper 150cc

Clipper in Kathmandu

It is not digital so wat can police say?
Give a look at the number plate.