New companies are coming one after the other in India. The world’s largest two-wheeler market, in this episode, an Italian company has made a bang. The company named Vespa has introduced its two scooter variants (125cc and 150cc) in the country, which can also be purchased soon. Let’s know what special these scooters bring and which companies will compete directly with them.
Vespa’s 125cc scooter has been launched at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.32 lakh, it has the ability to generate 7.400 bhp of power at 9,65 rpm and 5.600 Nm of torque at 10,11 rpm. The 150cc variant is priced at Rs 1.46 lakh (ex-showroom), producing 7.400bhp at 10,64rpm and 5.300Nm of torque at 11,26rpm. Both engines come with OBD-II diagnostics with BS6 P2 compliant, E20 fuel and RDE compliant emission. The 150cc scooter comes in two different variants in four colours, two with the VXL variant and the other two with the SXL variant. More information about them will be available from the nearest showroom.
The front suspension of the Vespa scooters features twin hydraulic shock absorbers, front disc brakes, LED headlights, CBS with 125cc and single-channel ABS at 150cc. There is a possibility of 150-inch front wheel and 11-inch rear wheel with 10cc. While 125-inch tires are likely to be available on both sides of the 10cc. Along with this, basic features like speedometer, odometer, tripmeter and fuel gauge are also going to be available.
Vespa’s scooter in India can be challenged by many big companies, the biggest reason for this is the price of this scooter. Most of the 125cc scooters sold in the country are available at an on-road price of Rs 1.10 lakh. While Vespa’s 125cc scooter is priced at Rs 1.32 lakh ex-showroom . Although experts believe that prices may see a decline over time.