ADV of the year (up to 300cc)
Who doesn’t like a splice of adventure through their daily commute? And nobody likes a broken trail more than a buyer who will appreciate the ADVs knowing that it isn’t denting their pockets. Thus, our choice is the Hero XPulse 200 4V, which offers everything that one would require.
Two-Wheeler of the Year (up to 160cc)
This segment caters to consumers who want a bit more out of their motorcycles. The bikes nominated in this category offer just that little extra to entice customers. But the one to do it best is the Yamaha R15 Version 4.0, by offering basically a heavily toned down R1 superbike that is accessible to the masses.
Two-Wheeler of the Year (up to 250cc)
The quarter-litre segment was always seen as an entry-level performance segment, and till this day, it caters as a gateway for most enthusiasts and the newly revised KTM RC 200 ticks all the boxes to help it win over the other nominations.
Two-Wheeler of the Year (up to 400cc)
This segment has seen significant growth in the past decade in India, and more and more bike manufacturers are now catering for buyers in this segment. However, Honda has really outshined in this segment with the CB350RS.
Premium SUV of the Year
We were extremely surprised to see that when we were jotting down the nominations for this category, plenty of vehicles were launched in 2021 that catered to this category and just like our last category. So the entire team had to brainstorm alongside our online votes to bring forward a winner. But the Skoda Kodiaq came out as a winner compared to its competitors.
Entry-Level Luxury Sedan of the Year
This segment is usually the gateway drug that we all call luxury for young entrepreneurs and, in most cases, old entrepreneurs too. It gives a buyer a taste of what each luxury manufacturer has to offer. Our winner this year was the BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine.