MotorBeam Daily News Roundup – 12th November
News highlights of the day include TVS, Honda, Nissan and Piaggio.
TVS – The Indian motorcycle maker hands over 25 units of the TVS Apache RTR 160 to Bangalore City Police personnel. This move comes under the company’s commitment to support the front-line workers in these tough times.
Honda – The Japanese bike maker surprised the Indian audience with their latest motorcycle, the Honda H’ness CB350. The Royal Enfield rival has got a lot of attention all this while and they have already delivered 1000 units of the CB350 in 20 days. Honda is currently ramping up their BigWing dealership network to improve the sales of the cruiser and its upcoming siblings.
Nissan – The Nissan Magnite is expected to be the next big thing in the compact SUV space. With their new design direction and a range of new features on offer along with new turbo petrol engine option, Nissan is expecting to churn out big volumes with the Magnite. Bookings for the compact SUV has commenced unofficially while the launch is expected to happen by the end of this month.
Piaggio – The premium two-wheeler maker has inaugurated a new showroom in Mahim, Mumbai. The new Vespa and Aprilia dealership has 1160 sq. ft. showroom and 1000 sq. ft. service workshop.
Motor Trivia – Did you know, Toyota GR Yaris is powered by the world’s most powerful 3-cylinder engine installed in a road car.
Comment of the day – Go_kool – “Jawa achieves milestone of 50k in a year & RE sells more than that every month. Let’s see what highness can do. Jawa booking and cancellation would be more than 50k.”