Automobile – Feb 2019
Since its launch, the Nissan Kicks has been the talk of the town for its uber-cool exterior design and styling. The SUV has a well-executed ‘floating roof’ concept, besides manual-diesel models with 1.5l, 110PS (108 bhp). Despite the high demand in India, there is no automatic gear option, although there is a petrol variant of 1.5l 106PS (104 bhp) and a five-speed gearbox.
Toyota Camry Hybrid
The Camry, an all-time favorite, has been revamped into the all-new Toyota Camry Hybrid 2019. It features updates like the LED projector headlamps, tail lamps in a much sleeker design, along with an upgraded front grille, all of it making the sedan look much more elegant and premium. The interiors are spaciously designed, with a massive amount of leg-space for comfort. Besides being fuel-efficient and environment-friendly, the car has the appeal of luxury.
FB Mondial HPS 300
For all you retro bike lovers, the FB Mondial HPS 300 would be something to look out for. With its minimal retro design and impressively low dry weight of just 135kg, the machine is becoming a fast favorite among motorheads in the country. Powered by a 249cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine, the motorcycle has a halogen unit headlamp and a full-digital instrument cluster. The tires are designed for better off-road riding experiences while adding to its general vintage look.
KTM Duke 125
The limits of 125cc motorcycles are stretched far in the new Duke 125, the newest kid on the block. In fact, to think of it as just another 125cc bike would be a sin; the capabilities of this machine are all over the place. It puts out an impressive 14.3 bhp of maximum power at 9250 rpm. The features of the bike are similar to those of its bigger versions, including the trellis frame, upside-down front forks and a six-speed gearbox. Looks-wise, it is no different from the KTM 200 Duke, maintaining the same overall design and body.