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Moto Morini X-Cape 650X review — Adventourer like no other

Moto Morini X-Cape 650X review — Adventourer like no other

BMW M340i review — BMW finally bridges the gap between practical 3 series and manic M series

BMW M340i review — BMW finally bridges the gap between practical 3 series and manic M series

BMW F 850 GS Adventure review — This midweight tourer exceeds expectations

BMW F 850 GS Adventure review — This midweight tourer exceeds expectations

Land Rover Range Rover review — All-new Range Rover boasts ultra-opulence

Land Rover Range Rover review — All-new Range Rover boasts ultra-opulence

Audi RS 5 review — This sportback is more than just a head-turner

Audi RS 5 review — This sportback is more than just a head-turner

  • Triumph Tiger Sport 660 review — This sport tourer is born to be on the tarmac

    Triumph Tiger Sport 660 review — This sport tourer is born to be on the tarmac

    Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is based on Triumph Trident 660, a very nice and capable middleweight street naked. But unlike its compact proportions, the Tiger Sport looks a lot bigger. It is not a copy-paste job. Triumph Tiger Sport 660 is a friendly mile-muncher with good looks and a fantastic engine to boot. There's more to this sport tourer and you can get to know it better on this episode of Forbes India Momentum.

  • Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 4matic review — This luxury on wheels goes beyond expectations

    Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 4matic review — This luxury on wheels goes beyond expectations

    Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 4matic is the longest-range EV on sale in India, currently, by a long shot. The 107.8kWH battery, which produces 523hp and 855Nm, is capable of putting the driver in a constant state of disbelief while navigating the EQS 580. It can leave anything on this side of a yellow Lamborghini so far behind in its rearview mirrors that it will be only visible as a speck. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, let's figure out why Mercedes-Benz EQS 580 is defined as luxury on wheels

  • Triumph Trident 660cc review — Triumph's motorcycle is a simpleton for a seasoned rider

    Triumph Trident 660cc review — Triumph's motorcycle is a simpleton for a seasoned rider

    Triumph's Trident 660cc is a middleweight naked motorcycle. It has a 660cc inline 3 engine that makes 81hp and 64Nm. It's got a 189kg kerb weight and 805mm seat height. Practically anyone can ride it. But has Triumph hit the spot with the Trident 660cc? In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, we find out that the Triumph Trident 660cc is more of a middling option. It's the introduction to some serious biking but not really the end goal. It's supposed to be a simpleton

  • Mercedes-AMG EQS53 review — This is the all-new EQS53 4Matic+, and it's a bit of a maniac

    Mercedes-AMG EQS53 review — This is the all-new EQS53 4Matic+, and it's a bit of a maniac

    Mercedes-AMG EQS53 is a 2.6-ton car that can touch 100kmph in a shade under 3.5 seconds. How does it manage it? A battery equivalent of a fire-breathing 6.0-litre V12 that has a range of a whopping 580km on a full charge. But there's more to the story. A story that might make you bid adieu to the internal combustion engines and fall in love with electric vehicles. On Forbes India momentum, this week we are taking Mercedes-AMG EQS53 for a spin

  • BMW F900 XR review — A street naked and a tourer combined, BMW's bike is almost perfect

    BMW F900 XR review — A street naked and a tourer combined, BMW's bike is almost perfect

    BMW F900 XR doesn't look the definition of agile and nimble, yet it produces a terrifying 105hp and 92Nm and doesn't even sweat around the corner. BMW F900 XR has solid potential to become a daring sports tourer. The parallel-twin just goads you into redlining each and every gear. That's when it's the most alive and kicking. Yet, there's something holding it back from becoming a perfect bike. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, we figure out that tiny obstacle

  • Suzuki V-Strom SX review — Suzuki's fuss-free adventure tourer comes with zero drama

    Suzuki V-Strom SX review — Suzuki's fuss-free adventure tourer comes with zero drama

    With Suzuki V-Strom SX, the Japanese automaker has nailed many aspects that make a nimble, non-dramatic adventure tourer—from a near-perfect engine/gearbox configuration to a comfortable seat-to-handle ratio. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, we check out the vibe of Suzuki V-Strom SX

  • BMW 6 Series GT review — This Beemer is a marvel for road trips

    BMW 6 Series GT review — This Beemer is a marvel for road trips

    BMW 6 Series GT is a big machine. Yet, BMW has managed to make the 6 Series GT one of the best-riding cars in the segment. This Beemer is made to pamper you with a smooth ride, stunning kit, and comfy seats. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, find out how BMW 6 Series GT feels when your foot is flat on the pedal

  • Ducati Hypermotard 950 RVE review: Leave logic at home when riding this superbike

    Ducati Hypermotard 950 RVE review: Leave logic at home when riding this superbike

    When you look at Ducati Hypermotard 950 RVE it might confuse you. Ducati designers have combined the features of a motocross bike with a super naked one. The result is a bike that brings up a massive grin on the face of its rider. Hypermotard 950 RVE has the signature Ducati engine that makes it a perfect fit for urban roads. But it also has the facade of an off-roader. It is a head-scratcher and this episode of Forbes India Momentum will help you solve this puzzle

  • Audi A4 review: This is your go-to luxury sedan for poised cruising

    Audi A4 review: This is your go-to luxury sedan for poised cruising

    Audi A4 is the German carmaker's most popular luxury sedan. It's designed to get you to point B in the calmest, most relaxed, and most poised manner possible. With its peers trying every trick in the book to get an upper hand, it almost feels like the A4 has the clearest vision of its end goal. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, we look at if the Audi A4 passes the vibe check

  • BMW C400 GT review: This BMW Motorrad creation is a guilty pleasure

    BMW C400 GT review: This BMW Motorrad creation is a guilty pleasure

    The BMW C400 GT is a luxury scooter worthy of the tag: guilty pleasure. It has a 300cc engine that produces 34hp and 35Nm. There's a sleek TFT display that can be connected to your smartphone via BMW Connected app. And it cruises at 120 kph. In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, which explores the depths of the BMW C400 GT, we will talk about why it is okay to make an illogical choice in a world where the mind rules the heart and allow some indulgence

  • BMW R1250 GS Adventure review: The bike has adventure baked right into its lineage

    BMW R1250 GS Adventure review: The bike has adventure baked right into its lineage

    In this episode of Forbes India Momentum, we are changing the track with BMW R 1250 GS Adventure. Created to celebrate the 40 years of BMW's GS line, R1250 affords you freedom and luxury that might make you introspect. BMW Motorrad have gone to great lengths to make this adventure bike a bit of an absolute weapon on the road as well. Let's find out how it performs