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Is the most expensive Royal Enfield worth the money? Our review of the 500X

Royal Enfield is moving fast with the changing times and does not shy away from experimenting. The Continental GT, for example, was a step in the right direction and another such move comes in the form of the new Urban X twins based on the Thunderbird models. Called the 350x and the 500x, these new bikes promise to up your ... Read More »

2018 Honda Jazz Petrol CVT: CarToq Review

The premium hatchback market has turned out to be a profitable segment for Indian car manufacturers. Almost 30,000 units of the Elite i20 and Baleno are sold every month which in turn means potential revenue to the tune of Rs 25,000 crore annually. Yes, you read that right. No wonder then that Honda too wants to join the party in ... Read More »

Suzuki Burgman 125 Review : Should the TVS NTorq & Honda Grazia be worried?

The 125-cc scooter segment has witnessed a lot of new entrants in the last one year and the latest offering comes from Suzuki. Priced at Rs. 68,000 and available in one version, this small capacity maxi scooter is based on the Access 125 and promises to deliver a premium experience for customers. We rode the scooter for a few days ... Read More »

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Review

HIGHLIGHTS The Redmi Note 5 Pro features the Snapdragon 636 SoC and an 18:9 display General performance is good and the camera offers decent bokeh effects The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is priced starting at Rs. 13,999 Many Android flagships in 2017 boasted of taller screens with nearly no borders as their headlining feature. Naturally, we started seeing this ... Read More »

2017 Triumph Street Triple RS Review

The Triumph Street Triple RS takes the performance of the base Street Triple to a whole new level Highlights The Triumph Street Triple RS is the top-spec variant of the Street Triple The RS makes 121 bhp of power, 77 Nm of torque The RS gets top-spec components, including full-colour console That dash! That new full-colour, all-digital dash! That’s the ... Read More »

2017 Triumph Tiger Explorer XCx Review

The motorcycle segment of big, ADV, or adventure motorcycles, seems to be everyone’s favorite these days, motorcyclists, and manufacturers included. And British motorcycle brand Triumph has introduced the new Tiger Explorer XCx a few months ago in India with big updates. Globally, the new Tiger Explorer is available in a range of different variants with the more tarmac-oriented XR series and the off-road friendly ... Read More »

TVS Apache RR 310 Track Review

The TVS Apache RR 310 is a versatile sport bike with little room for criticism Highlights TVS Apache RR 310 is a stunningly designed bike with top notch quality Handling is the TVS Apache RR 310’s strong suit The Apache RR 310 can be taken to the office & to the race track as well It’s the new entry-level performance ... Read More »

Nokia 2 in for review

The Nokia 2 is here and enters the line for review. It packs modest specs in a modest package – 5-inch LCD, 1GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 212 chipset – but comes at an attractive price €99/$99. So who is it for? And what does it offer in exchange for that attractive price? The Nokia 2 is for the buyer that needs ... Read More »

Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition review: Taming Vega’s flaws with brute force

Four long months after AMD’s flawed Radeon Vega graphics cards launched, custom versions are finally starting to trickle out—and the wait was worth it. The monstrous, yet luxurious Sapphire Nitro+ Radeon RX 64 Limited Edition relies on brute force to squash the most troubling problems that plague reference Vega cards. This beast sports the most wildly effective cooler to ever cross our ... Read More »

Eaton Halo RL56 review: Upgrade your existing canisters to smart and efficient LED lighting

If you haven’t remodeled in recent years, you might be surprised to find that new canister-style lights no longer include the traditional recessed receptacle that accepts a screw-in bulb. Rather, the light fixture itself is static, including a ring of LEDs inside a sealed module. When the LEDs eventually die (after 10 years or so), you just replace the whole ... Read More »