Piaggio Rolls Out BS6 Compliant Aprilia, Vespa Scooters In India
Piaggio rolls out BS6 compliant Aprilia, Vespa scooters in India. Piaggio India has revealed the BS6 agreeable variants of the Aprilia and Vespa bikes in the nation. With the new powertrain, the Aprilia SR 150 has been rebadged as the Aprilia SR 160. The new Aprilia SR 160 currently begins from ₹ 85,431, which is about ₹ 10,000 more costly than the more seasoned adaptation. The new BS6 Vespa 150 SXL, in the interim, begins at ₹ 91,492.
Managing Director and CEO of Piaggio, Diego Graffi said, “We are pleased to transition effectively into BS6 emission norms for our Vespa and Aprilia range of scooters, well ahead of the deadline. As a global brand, we understand the need to innovate and evolve, in order to build mobility for the future.”
The motor presently creates 10.8 bhp, up from 10.4 bhp accessible on the active model. Outwardly, there are no progressions to the models and the bikes keep on getting distinctive styling. There aren’t new designs or decals either, which we do believe is an open door missed in reviving the bikes for the new model year.
The new 160 cc Vespa and Aprilia bikes are accessible at businesses container India and the organization will before long present the 125 cc bike extend also by January 2020. This incorporates the Vespa run just as the Aprilis SR 125.
“At present, we have successfully integrated BS6 technology across Vespa and Aprilia brands of scooters and have started rolling out with BS6 engines. Our upgraded range of scooters are available across dealerships in India,” said Head of Two-wheeler business, Ashish Yakhmi. “The BS6 variant and models go on sale from now..”
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