My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

Most parts that you get these days for the RX100 are aftermarket and of very crappy quality. Moreover, parts have become extremely expensive over the years.

BHPian Prathiiik recently shared this with other enthusiasts.

1987, Bengaluru

It was a cold rainy night in Bangalore, sometime in 1987. Just a few weeks before this, a decision was made at home to get my dad a bike and here they were, waiting to take delivery somewhere close to Palace Grounds, Bangalore. A shiny red Yamaha rides out of a long driveway past the huge gate onto the road, the sound reaching earlier than the bike. My dad and grandad shake hands with the seller, complete all formalities and ride straight to our trusted mechanic, who had been maintaining my grandfather’s 1969 Rajdoot 175. The rain gods showed no mercy, but the little Yamaha, which was then about a year old, made its way to its new owner’s place.

The bike in question is a 1986 Yamaha RX100, from the first lot of Japanese versions. This particular bike was with an escorts employee, who sold it within a few months of purchase, for reasons unknown. My grandfather, who was looking to buy a bike for my dad, as mentioned above, came across this advertisement on the newspaper and went to check the bike out the same day. The seller quoted a price higher than what my grandfather was comfortable paying, so he walked away and continued the search, looking at multiple other RX100s on the classifieds. One thing was for sure, it had to be an RX100 or nothing else.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

One fine day, the seller who had first quoted a higher price called my grandfather up and struck a deal that was too good to ignore. The deal was made then and there and the bike was picked up a few days later and brought home after attending to some work that was needed.[/b]

The above was narrated to me by my father when I was a kid, and that’s when the bike bug bit me, I knew I had to have this bike at some point.

The bike goes straight to the Bull Temple in Bangalore, where all our cars/bikes are taken immediately after delivery. Puja done, and the bike comes home to an excited teenager who couldn’t contain his excitement to ride the bike.

Under dads ownership, the bike did a fairly good amount of running, anywhere between 30-60kms a day for 9 years straight. He says the bike has seen everything with him and been ridden to almost every nook and corner of Bangalore.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

A few years pass by, and my fathers younger brother, who started working, needed a bike too. The family drives straight to the Kawasaki Bajaj dealership in grandads Fiat 1100 and books a KB100 in wine red shade. The Fiat is then driven straight to the usual mechanics place to let him know about the booking. Immediately, he points to a 1988 Peacock Blue RX100 that is standing outside his garage, and by the next evening, another RX was home.

A few years pass by, the early 2000’s set in and the requirement for two bikes reduced. A decision was made to sell the blue RX, and a lot of parts from it were swapped over to the red bike, the hero of this story.

Being born in the early 2000’s, I have a lot of memories as a kid riding pillion on the RX. I remember it always used to be parked under the porch in our parking to one side, but neat and gleaming whenever I would see it. Around the same time, a Kinetic Honda scooter entered the family and the convenience of a fearless vehicle made everyone forget the RX, which required a 100 gearshifts if you needed to ride even somewhere close by. The bike then took its place on one corner of the garage next to the Rajdoot 175, and was used occasionally from the mid 2000’s upto 2018, during which it went through one rebore and a couple of other major jobs like a conversion from 6V – 12V.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

2018 – Bangalore

The bike continued to stay in the garage, used maybe once in 6 months but serviced regularly. I had just turned 15, and the bike bug bit me then. I used to run down to the garage when nobody was home and try to start it up and maybe just give it a few revs to hear that beautiful exhaust. This kept going on for a few months until I decided I wanted to learn how to ride. My dad, who’s strictly against underage riding, straight up refused to teach me to ride and that was it, now I was all the more eager to start riding. Walked to the nearest petrol pump, got half a litre of petrol in a bottle and started to ride within the limits of my home parking lot, going from the garage entrance upto the gate. A few months of doing this and I had pretty much learnt the skill of moving off from standstill. The next few months went by learning to ride, shifting gears and so on. I wasn’t let to ride on public roads until I turned 18 and got my license, so I limited myself to just the empty ground in my neighbourhood, I was obsessed. Around this time, the Rajdoot was sold to a collector as it was taking up space in the garage and hadn’t been started at-least for the past 10 years. Discussions came up about selling the RX too, and my mechanic was assigned to find a buyer for the bike. A buyer came, checked the bike out and offered exactly half of what the asking price was. Dad refused and decided he’d keep the bike for me to start riding once I was of the legal age.

At the same time. my grandfather fell ill and was admitted to the hospital. The last time I got to speak to him, the one thing he’d told me was to never sell the RX. That was that, and the discussion about selling the bike never came up again and it went back to its usual place in the garage.

2021 – June

Forward to 2021, I had just turned 18, and the first thing I did after getting my license was to ask my dad for the bike. Now, my parents are the kind who were scared to give me a 2 wheeler, because it was unsafe and they wanted me to use public transport. A few months later, I joined college and the need for independent transport arose, and it was decided I would get to keep the RX, albeit ride only to college and nearby areas, which I agreed to.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

Here on, I’d like to continue the thread as a timeline, as it would be easier for readers to understand and also skip the stories this amateur story teller tells you.

December – 2021

The bike needed a service, the last one being done in end 2017. The Fitness had also expired long back, so a fresh FC needed to be obtained. After another round of discussions on whether a teenager who freshly joined university deserves a bike, the bike was sent to our trusted mechanic (yes, the one you read about in the start of this thread).

December 17th, I walk back home from college and I see dad ready with the bike, waiting to ride to the mechanic. I hop on, and we cover half the distance with no issues. Right after that, the bike started to splutter and came to a halt. Attempted to start it up, but was of no result. Pushed it the rest of the way to the mechanic and left the bike there, letting him know that this bike needed to get ready for the FC inspection and to bring it to shape. Now, as you may have seen in pictures above, the bike looked nearly perfect cosmetically but needed quite some work mechanically. One thing I forgot to mention earlier – a painter who had come home decided to leave a bottle of some sort of acid on the loft above the bike, which then leaked onto the bike and caused every part on it to rust, in a closed garage. Luckily, this was found out in due time and the bike was moved out to our neighbours garage. Along with work in the engine, the bike also needed a few new chrome parts to replace the ones that had been rusted.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

All this was taken care of, and in 2 days the bike was ready for delivery from the mechanics, and came straight home with a new handlebar, a set of rims and spokes, fresh oil, brake pads, switcher, a set of mirrors (the bike didn’t have one earlier) and a few other minor stuff. Right the next week, the bike was taken for the fitness inspection, and on 31st December, the new RC arrived and the bike was now road legal. With everything done, the only thing left was for me to start riding, and I started taking the bike to college and literally everywhere I went to. I felt a sense of freedom, and the joy of riding a 2 stroke, accompanied by the sweet exhaust note kept me grinning throughout the rides. The odometer when the bike came to my ownership was 57,150 kms, and the bike was on its third set of speedo. Nobody remembers the odo reading on the previous two meters, but dad’s sure the total reading should be somewhere around 1.5 lakh.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

January – 2022

The bike saw some good running this month, with an excited me finding every reason to go out and ride. Around the same time, I met BHPian Boniver, resident 2 stroke enthusiast and close friend, who had recently purchased a Suzuki Max 100. The following week, we got a chance to meet and do a small photoshoot of both our bikes together, pictures of which are attached below.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

February – 2022

The bike performed well, but issues kept popping up here and there. It was then that I started talking to BHPian Mr.Boss, who since then has continuously guided me through 2 stroke issues and ownership. BHPian Boniver, whose lovely Suzuki Max 100 thread you would have come across, had come home and we decided we’d start working on the bike ourselves to gain some experience, so we started with simple jobs like cleaning the carburettor. Took the carb apart, cleaned it and put it back. During this time, we realised there was a leak from the carb which we diagnosed to be the carburettor seal/packing itself. A new one was procured and changed, that put and end to the leak.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

March – 2022

Speaking of issues, here’s when the first major issue came up, an oil leak. I noticed drops of oil on the ground where I used to park. Spoke about it to Boniver, who then advised me to take it to a mechanic he knew, who the bike now goes to for anything that goes wrong. The issue was diagnosed to be a faulty pushrod oil seal after opening the left magnet side cover. The part was duly sourced and replaced, and the bike ran trouble free for the next few months.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

April – 2022

Filled my first full tank (have to save up a lot as a student) and rode around freely through the city, I was loving it. The agile nature of the bike, the power on tap, the exhaust note. I have no words to describe all these, you’ll need to ride a 2 stroke yourself to find out what an experience it is.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

May – 2022

Regular commute continued, but one day I observed the bike was struggling to pull up inclines and felt like it had lost compression. I also had starting trouble almost everday. Boniver who came over the next day felt the same and the following week, the bike was taken to the mechanic and the issue was pointed out to a faulty reed valve. On his suggestion, a shogun reed valve was sourced and fitted. A few other minor jobs were carried out too. The ride back home after the reed valve change was elating to say the least, the bike was performing so much better and felt like it was breathing a lot easier.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

June – 2022

Started riding to places around Bangalore, and the first destination chosen was Muninagara dam, about 30-35 kms from where I stay in South Bangalore. Got onto Bangalore’s famous NICE road and rode all the way, along with a group that had bikes ranging from a humble Honda Dio to a Benelli TRK 502. Had a lot of fun on this ride, and put the bike through its paces and it didn’t let me down one bit. Around this time, the bike had a fall onto the right side which demanded a change of levers and yokes which I immediately sourced and changed.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

July – 2022

If you own a 2 stroke, the mechanic becomes your best friend and on one such casual visit to his place, I told him about the ringing noise coming from the engine which even he noticed. This was pointed out to be worn out bearings that needed changing, which I’m planning to do this month. Along with this, the crank needs a reset and the clutch and pressure plates need to be changed.

August – 2022

As you read this, the bike is performing excellent and the current odo is about 58,500 kms. I’ve done only about 1400 kms since December, but I’m confident it’ll go up in the next few months.

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

Costs incurred/ List of Parts changed since December 2021

  • Handlebar – 300/-
  • Rims and spokes, front and rear – 2500/-
  • New battery – 900/-
  • 2T oil + gear oil – 400/-
  • Air filter – 140/-
  • Set of mirrors – 240
  • New chain guard, aftermarket – 790/-
  • Oil seal – 80/-
  • Side panel monograms + front number plate = 200/-
  • Coneset bearings, RMP brand – 280/-
  • ACS HTA Shogun reed valve – 480/-
  • Exhaust gasket – 80/-
  • Front fork overhaul – 220/-
  • Neutral switch cap – 20/-
  • Carburettor packing + new pipes – 70/-
  • 2 new indicators – 250/-
  • Crash guard – 400/-

Including labour, I’ve spent a total of close to 10k on the bike until now, which will only go up further once I spend on bearings and clutch plates.

What needs to be done

1) New bearings + crank reset

2) Both engine covers need painting

3) Clutch plates + some additional work in the clutch assembly

4) At some point, front disc brakes

Now, coming to the likes and dislikes

What I like :

  • Smooth, free revving engine with loads of power on tap. Can cruise when you want it to or open the throttle and it flies. The rush of power on this bike is something that needs to be experienced. It is very tractable too, can do speeds as low as 15-20 kph in 3rd gear.
  • Sweeet sounding exhaust – not annoyingly loud, nor too soft. Just perfect and melodious. As the revs go up, the sound just keeps getting better.
  • Lightweight – the bike weighs just around 100 kgs. Easy for a beginner to learn and also, good power to weight ratio.
  • Riding position – I find it just perfect. The position of the handlebar, the footpads, the height of the seat, the ergonomics, everything’s just so in place
  • Head turner – everywhere I go, I have at least 2-3 people asking me what year the bike is from and if I’d sell it anytime. Gets a lot of appreciation too.
  • Simple engine, easy to work on – makes it a good bike for those looking to DIY or learn working on bikes.
  • Fuel economy – with pure city riding, I get about 35kmpl which I feel is not bad for a bike of this age.
  • Gearing – gearing is just spot on. Very short first gear, a short second gear and a super tall 3rd gear that can do speeds as low as 15 kmh all the way to 80 kmh.

What I do not like :

  • Spares – most parts that you get these days are aftermarket and of very crappy quality. Moreover, parts have become extremely expensive over the years. I don’t mind paying, but the quality of parts is unacceptable for the price.
  • Rust – now I can’t call this an issue with the bike as such, but for the amount of chrome the bike has, it becomes a pain to maintain and protect the chrome from rust.
  • Brakes : The bike accelerates fast, but brakes much slower than you want it to. A disc upgrade is a must do.

About the Bike

Engine/Gearbox :

Pull the kick lever out, give it a gentle kick and the tiny 98cc motor comes to life. It idles smoothly at about 1000-1200 rpm if I’m not wrong. The sound of the exhaust will get you excited even before you slot into gear. Hold in the light clutch and slot the not so smooth gearbox into first and accelerate. First thing you’ll notice is how light and flickable the bike is, and by then it’s time for you to shift up gears because the first gear is very, very short. Move into second and then third and you realise how versatile the 3rd gear is. 20 kmh? no problem, 80 kmh? no problem. Just shift into third and ride it like an activa in the city.
As the revs go up, you’ll notice the exhaust is gradually getting louder and at this point you just want to open the throttle wide. Max out the 3rd gear and you’re into 4th and the bike is still pulling. Goes upto 80 without breaking a sweat and reaches the ton pretty easily too, but that’s where the fun stops. At about 100-110 kmh is where the top speed lies and here you start feeling the vibrations. Ideal speed for this motorcycle would be 80-90 kmh. With a pillion on board though, you do feel like the engine bogs down a bit, but still manageable. I think the RX – 135 does much better in this regard.

Brakes

Just about okay, brings the motorcycle to a stop in a straight line but is a little bit spongy and not so strong. As mentioned before, disc upgrade is a must.

Suspension and tyres:

Telescopic forks in the front and Gabriel adjustable suspension at the rear. Not too soft, a bit on the stiffer side. With a pillion, the front end easily lifts up if you give it a bit of more throttle

Tyres are 2.75*18 inch in the front and 3.00 * 18 at the rear. I’m currently running age old cat and mfr tyres so won’t comment until I get new Michelin Sirac Streets.

Ergonomics, weight

The bike barely weighs about anything, just about a 100 kilos so lighter than even an activa. The bike is also very narrow so filtering in traffic is made that much easier.

Ergonomically the bike is just perfect. Everything is placed just where you want it to and it’ll take you maybe a second to get comfortable.

Seat :

On the harder side, hurts your butt on longer rides. I have the seat with the metal base, you also get ones with a fibre base which misses the seat strap.

Tank capacity and fuel economy :

The tank capacity, including reserve is about 11.5 litres. I regularly get labour 33-35 kmpl in the city with spirited riding.

Features :

Sorry what? The bike is from 36 years ago, so it’s as basic as it can get. No fuel gauge no tacho. The fanciest thing on the bike is probably the oil level gauge.

NVH

Yes it is very very very noisy, and my neighbours hate me already. The exhaust note itself is very sweet and something that no other 2 stroke can probably match. Speaking of vibrations, there are none, unless you revv to the redline in neutral or are riding at a 100 kmh on the highway.

I think I’ve spoken enough, here’s a bunch of pictures of the bike from the many I have in my gallery:

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

With Boniver’s 2001 Suzuki Max 100:

My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100
My experience owning and maintaining a 1986 Yamaha RX100

News Related

OTHER NEWS

2023 Mercedes E-Class spotted testing in Estate form

The practical estate version of the Mercedes E-Class will live on Read more »

First Look: 2024 Maserati GranTurismo

The numbers being credited to Maserati’s latest rendition of its GranTurismo are nothing short of phantasmagorical. In its base form, the supposed beginner sports tourer, if you will, and its ... Read more »

2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302 with low miles, for a relatively low price

2012_ford_mustang_boss_302_001 When Ford developed the original Boss 302 for the 1969 and 1970 model years, it needed to homologate a production car for the Mustang race car contesting the Trans-Am ... Read more »

3 Safest Midsize SUVs for 2022 and 1 to Skip

In the market for a new SUV? These are the safest midsize SUVs for 2022, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ... Read more »

Should You Choose the 2023 GMC Canyon or the 2023 Ford Ranger?

Is this a fair comparison? The 2023 GMC Canyon is all-new in the midsize truck segment, while the 2023 Ford Ranger marches on with very few updates. Does it matter ... Read more »

GM earns a sales trifecta in Q3: No.1 in full-size SUVs, full-size pickups and large luxury SUVs

The Chevrolet Bolt EV family had its best quarterly sales ever and GM is increasing production to meet demand Read more »

Xos delivers 65 vehicles to Merchants Fleet in Q3 2022

Xos, Inc., a leading technology company that provides fleet services, software solutions, and manufactures Class 5 through Class 8 battery-electric commercial vehicles, today announced it has delivered 65 of its 100% battery-electric stepvan to return customer Merchants Fleet Read more »

View Photos of the 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

See interior and exterior photos of Chevy’s new 670-hp, 8500-rpm supercar: an intoxicating thriller on the street and an iron-fisted killer on the track. Read more »

Review: 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 heaps exotic sound and fury on an exotic design

Braking hard from 142 mph on the front straight at the Pittsburgh International Race Complex in the 2023 Chevy Corvette Z06, the 8-speed dual-clutch automatic fires through three downshifts, and ... Read more »

Tested: 2023 Corvette Z06 Is an American Ferrari and Then Some

The thought came to us as the Corvette Z06 bent obediently into Pitt Race International’s tight uphill Turn 5 at what would be an impossible speed in almost any other ... Read more »

The 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Is Astonishing

The 670-hp track-focused Corvette feels more special than cars that cost three times as much. This is the real deal. Read more »

Georgia Senator introduces bill that would allow Hyundai, other automakers to qualify for EV tax credit

Georgia Senator Reverend Warnock introduced a new bill that would expand which electric vehicles qualify for a tax credit through the Inflation Reduction Act. The Affordable Electric Vehicles for America ... Read more »

2024 Maserati GranTurismo, 2024 Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Toyota CEO's EV mandate beef: Today's Car News

The Maserati GranTurismo bowed out of production in 2019 but a redesigned generation arrives next spring, and the first details are out. The big coupe will offer gas and electric ... Read more »

Sleek new Oletha S54 is powered by a BMW straight‑six

One of the most beautiful things to savour in the performance car world, is when a manufacturer takes a ‘less is more’ approach. That’s exactly what Smit Vehicle Engineering in ... Read more »

What To Watch For: Super DIRT Week

OSWEGO, N.Y. — The most historic motorsports event of the year has arrived. For the sixth time in its illustrious history, Oswego Speedway will host NAPA Super DIRT Week — ... Read more »

All-new Mercedes-Benz GLC now on sale

The new second-generation Mercedes-Benz GLC SUV is now on sale in the UK, ahead of the first customer orders arriving at the start of next year. In contrast to the ... Read more »

Maserati's New Sports Car Is Shockingly Exciting

A new GranTurismo is finally here, and it comes in both gas and EV forms. Read more »

Is the BMW 2 Series Active Tourer Front Wheel Drive?

The BMW 2 Series Active Tourer blew onto the market in 2014 to mixed reviews. The loyal BMW enthusiasts were not sold on the idea of a compact MPV. Find ... Read more »

2023 BMW XM Styling Features Stand Out In Close-Up Walkaround Video

2023 BMW XM Walkaround Video There are several unique design details. The BMW XM debuted late last month, becoming the second M-specific model ever launched. It’s a big departure from ... Read more »

Tesla May Soon Expand Original Battery Gigafactory In Nevada

Tesla Giga Nevada (Tesla Gigafactory 1) – solar installation The Tesla battery Gigafactory in Nevada is currently only about 30 percent complete. When we covered Tesla in the early days, ... Read more »

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 First Drive Review: Detroit’s Ferrari

2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 The 2023 Z06 is arguably the best Corvette ever, and it got there by being more like a decade-old Ferrari. Verdict 9.6 / 10 Through its ... Read more »

Maximizing Chevrolet Corvette Z06/Z07 Track Pack Cornering: Here's the Secret Sauce

Most days, when the weather cooperates, you can find members of our testing team at one or another of our test facilities running all manner of vehicles through our extensive ... Read more »

How We'd Spec It: 2023 Chevrolet Corvette Z06

The standard Chevrolet Corvette is an extremely capable sports car, with its 495-hp 6.2-liter V-8 shooting the coupe to 60 mph in just 2.8 seconds. But for 2023 Chevy has ... Read more »

Here Are All the Changes That Turn a Chevrolet Corvette Stingray into a Z06

Corvette engineers reworked morphed the base C8 Stingray into the most outrageous Z06 ever. Read more »

Maserati GranTurismo Returns With Big Changes Under the Hood

Photo: Maserati One of Maserati’s most iconic cars is back after retiring in 2019. The GranTurismo coupe has been reinvented with a brand new V6 engine and a fully electric ... Read more »

Audi E-Tron possible prototype shows up in electric German rally

New Audi e-tron prototype at the E-Cannonball Audi showed up at the E-Cannonball in Hamburg, Germany, last month with what the brand’s Twitter called “a new all-electric challenger.” Consensus is ... Read more »

State agency that pulls cars from water objects to Cybertruck boat claim

Elon Musk raised eyebrows and probably his own employees’ blood pressure last week when he tweeted that the long-delayed Tesla Cybertruck could “briefly function as a boat.” Many ignored it ... Read more »

Lordstown Begins Endurance Production at a Snail’s Pace

Ohio-based EV truck maker will still need to raise capital to build the remainder of the first batch by 2023. Read more »

2022 Audi Q4 50 e-tron Is the Electric Answer to Entry-Level Audi Luxury

The practical, stylish crossover EV lacks a little in the performance department but offers a luxuriously comfortable cabin and storage galore. Read more »

Toyota bZ4X review

Family buyers after a capable, all-electric SUV, will be impressed by the talented Toyota bZ4X Read more »

Rivian loses Georgia tax breaks for second plant

Rivian has lost some tax breaks associated with a $5 billion vehicle plant the company plans to build near Atlanta, Georgia. The key issue deals with property taxes connected with ... Read more »

Automotive stocks plunge going into October

As inflation and supply chain issues continue to rattle the world economy, automotive stocks have plunged going into October. Despite numerous brands expected to deliver record numbers of vehicles and ... Read more »

Apple Exec Leaves Company After Crude Comments on Car Influencer TikTok at Pebble Beach

Tony Blevins made a comment about “fondling big-breasted women” on a Daniel Mac TikTok. An Apple executive is leaving the company after making a crude joke during Pebble Beach that ... Read more »

New Alpine A110 R to boast 177mph top speed

The new hot Alpine A110 R will be the brand's quickest car yet Read more »

Norris: Alpine swing sweeter when car’s nowhere near as quick

Lando Norris says McLaren’s championship swing against Formula 1 rival Alpine is even sweeter because his team does not have “a car which is anywhere near as quick” as its ... Read more »

Toyota Announces Extension to Safety Connect and Service Connect Trials

Toyota has announced the availability of Safety Connect, a suite of services that help drivers stay secure while on the road. It is now available with an extended trial period ... Read more »

GMC Hummer EV: The Freedom Launch of 9,000 Pounds Is Real

How fast can 9,000 pounds accelerate from 0-60 mph? When using the Watts to Freedom mode in the GMC Hummer EV, the answer is three seconds. That’s right, this big, ... Read more »

The Most Popular Ford F-150 Lightning Questions Answered

In order to prepare for our upcoming week with the Ford F-150 Lightning, we’re diving into some research. It’s time to answer your questions as we learn every single detail ... Read more »

Reliable Used SUVs Under $20,000 With Room for 5 Passengers

Sifting through all of the used SUVs on the market can be overwhelming. Kelley Blue Book has some reliable used SUVs under $20,000 with all the safety features drivers want. ... Read more »

PCarmarket Featuring a Low-Mileage 930 Turbo- Bid Now

Europe’s prized sports car is even better with a spooling snail. Known for being one of the most stylish and attractive cars ever to hit the European performance automotive market, ... Read more »
Breaking thailand news, thai news, thailand news Verified News Story Network