Auto Expo 2018: Complete Coverage

Bike launches, unveils, concepts and all happenings from the country's largest motor show

The biannual Automotive extravaganza to be held from 9th to 14th of February 2018. The 14th Auto Expo is all set to open their gates at 'India Expo Mart' located in the Greater Noida of NCR. The Auto Expo consists of two events, which will take place at two separate venues like Pragati Maidan of New Delhi which will host "Auto Expo: The Components" and "The Motor Show" India Expo Mart.

14th Auto Expo

The Expo will open to both Public and Media representatives from all over the world. One can purchase the tickets online via BookMyShow while offline tickets will be available near the Expo Mart.


Some Expected Bike Launches of 2018 Auto Expo



Vitpilen 401 and Vitpilen 701


The Swedish bike builder Husqvarna is expected to showcase their models like Vitpilen 701 and 401 in the forthcoming Auto Expo. However, the KTM owned Husqvarna plans to make the global debut of 'Pilens' by mid-2018 and followed by India launch in 2019.

Gixxer 250
Gixxer 250

The Japanese makers have enjoyed a good fortune with their Gixxer series in India. Now, the company is plotting something bigger and powerful in the same popular clan with a higher displacement engine. Gixxer 250 was originally launched in 2016 as the GSX-250R. Things are little favorable for the Gixxer 250 as Honda has discontinued their CBR 250R in May 2017 due to the BS4 pollution norms.

Honda Rebel 300
Rebel 300

Recently, Honda has made a huge announcement that they are bringing their most modern retro-weapon 'Rebel 300' to India soon. Rebel 300 & 500 is the latest avatar of CMX 250, which was made by Honda back in 1985. Honda plans to launch Rebel 300 as a perfect opponent for the much popular and proclaimed Royal Enfield siblings. It gets the iconic classic style with modern design elements.

Honda CBR 300
CBR 300R

Honda CBR 250R was the first fully faired quarter-litre sports bike to be found on Indian roads. Sadly, the makers had ceased its production due to the strict BS4 emission norms of the country. However, it is rumoured that Honda is planning to bring their much higher model called CBR 300 to the Indian soil. Honda is already selling this model on the international market and this would bring a tight competition on Benelli 302, Kawasaki Ninja 300, KTM RC 390 and newly launched TVS Apache RR 310.

Also Read:Everything you want to know about 2018 Auto Expo

To Be Continued........Stay Tuned!!
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Last updated on 08-01-2018. Published on 05-01-2018.
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