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Yamaha Aerox 155 Maxi-scooter launched at INR 1.29 lakh
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Yamaha Aerox 155 Maxi-scooter launched at INR 1.29 lakh

Yamaha Motor India has launched the Aerox 155 maxi-scooter in the country priced at ₹ 1.29 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The new offering will compete at the premium end of the scooter segment but is by far the only of its kind to go on sale. The new maxi-scooter will start arriving at the company's dealerships by the end of September. It is available in three colour options - Racing Blue, Grey Vermillion and the Monster Energy Yamaha MotoGP Edition. One of the biggest highlights of the new Aerox 155 is, as its name suggests, the 155cc, VVA, single-cylinder engine that’s based on the one that R15 uses. In global markets, the Aerox makes 15.36hp and 13.9Nm, while the Indian version makes 15hp and 13.9Nm. The chassis on the new Yamaha Aerox 155 gets a trail that is 5 mm longer ...
Yamaha YZF-R15 V4 and YZF-R15M launched at INR 1.68 lakh and INR 1.78 lakh respectively
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Yamaha YZF-R15 V4 and YZF-R15M launched at INR 1.68 lakh and INR 1.78 lakh respectively

Yamaha has launched the updated R15 V4.0 and the sportier R15M variant in India. The bikes are priced at Rs. 1,67,800 and Rs. 1,77,800 (ex-showroom) respectively. The R15 V4.0 arrives barely three years since V3.0 arrived in 2018, and the company has brought a new design language, new features, and even a new and sportier R15M version joining the line-up. Online bookings for the new R15 range begin from today while deliveries will begin by the end of September. The styling of the new Yamaha R15 is inspired by the YZR-R7. It features an LED projector headlamp with LED daytime running lights on either side. It comes with a new digital instrument cluster offering Bluetooth connectivity. It has two display modes - Street and Track. The R15 is powered by the same 155cc, single-...
Okaya launches Freedum electric scooter with 250 km range
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Okaya launches Freedum electric scooter with 250 km range

Okaya Group has launched its Freedum electric scooter in India. Okaya is claiming a riding range of 250 km on a single charge which is the highest of any scooter that we have seen in the Indian market. The Freedum starts at Rs. 69,900 ex-showroom for the base variant but it does not get 250 km of range. You would have to step up to the higher variants to get the full 250 km of range. There will be four variants on offer and 12 colour options. The Okaya Freedum has an indicator-mounted front apron, a flat-type seat with a pillion grab rail, a flat footboard, and arrowhead-shaped mirrors. The scooter packs LED headlamps with DRLs, a digital instrument console, and rides on wheels wrapped in 10-inch tubeless tires. Okaya Freedum uses a 250W BLDC hub motor linked to a 48V, 30Ah Lithi...
Omega Seiki Mobility M1KA SCV unveiled with 250km range
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Omega Seiki Mobility M1KA SCV unveiled with 250km range

Omega Seiki Mobility has unveiled the country’s first-ever electric SCV (small commercial vehicle) the M1KA. The M1KA is the brand’s first attempt in the four-wheeled commercial vehicle space. The M1KA is equipped with a high-voltage electric powertrain, comprising a 90 kWh NMC battery pack and an electric motor with a peak torque of 347 Nm. The battery can be charged up in 4 hours using DC fast charging stations. Interestingly, The M1KA will come with a 5-speed manual gearbox to ensure there’s enough grunt at all times. The eSCV has a payload capacity of 2-tonnes. It is one of the highest figures in its class. The M1KA has a 6-leaf suspension on the front and a 7-leaf setup for the rear to support the payload and weight of the battery. The eSCV e comes with a large 10-feet l...