, which will also be applicable at the London and Scottish Motorcycle shows too."The voucher, which is available in limited quantities, is redeemable at any authorised UK Suzuki dealer, between 1st December 2008 and 31st March 2009.
until 2001. Managing 150mpg, they were certainly economical, but let's hope the firm's future diesels can muster more than the Taurus' 6.5bhp...
of crude oil has increased. Oil prices hit record levels above $147 a barrel in early July. However, oil prices have dropped recently, to about $132 a barrel, resulting in a 6% fall in the wholesale price of petrol since mid-July, according to the AA.
at the pump. The news follows a drop in crude oil prices - a barrel of oil has fallen from a high of around $147 in July to less than $80, and the firms said they were passing this drop on to customers. The average price of unleaded petrol in the UK
UK PETROL PRICES are set to reach record levels due to soaring oil costs, higher fuel duty and recent blockades in France, it has been announced.It's feared unleaded could soon hit a record £1.25 a litre (£5.68 a gallon) by Christmas 2010
HONDA AND YAMAHA have set launch dates for electric motorcycles, the Nikkei business daily has reported this morning. Yamaha said it aims to launch electric motorcycles by 2010 with a range of 100km (60 miles) on a single charge, comparable in power
oil prices, according to BBC News. Alistair Darling said the move, which comes as oil prices continue to hit new peaks, would help motorists and businesses during difficult times. The Chancellor's decision comes ahead of a Conservative-called debate
This radical turbo-diesel Moto Guzzi is a concept by the Italian industrial designer Paolo De Guisti.Styled to evoke memories of iconic Guzzi singles like the Falcone, the 903cc oil burner drives through a hydraulic transmission. It's De Guisti
. Powered by a lithium polymer battery, the Quantya Fmx Dirtbike will ride around 2.5 hours after a 2 hour charge with a standard 220 v mains socket. This green Dirtbike costs $10,372 (£5,100).
DUCATI MILAN has come up with this rather tasty morsel for a Monday morning, its own take on the ugly duckling Multistrada. And it looks like it should kick some ass.Dripping with carbon and Titanium bits, the bike is 15kg lighter than stock
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