Price of the Gemopai Miso electric scooter: Launch of the Gemopai Miso electric scooter at Rs 44,000 |

NEW DELHI: Gemopai Electric launched Miso, a mini electric scooter on Friday.
The e-scooter is available at a price of Rs 44,000 (ex-showroom price). The company has also started pre-bookings for the same. The mini scooter can be used across India, through its 60 dealer stores from July 2020.
Miso is available in four colors, Fiery Red, Deep Sky Blue, Luscious Green and Sunset
Orange. There are two variants, one with a luggage rack that can hold up to 120 kg of load and
another, without.
Miso comes with a range of up to 75km per charge and charge up to 90% in 2 hours. Made in India product, Miso is made locally, with the exception of the battery, because the cells are imported. Gemopai also offers a free 3 year service plan for all Miso customers.
Gemopai offers Miso with an inaugural discount of INR 2,000 / – for all pre-bookings.
The most interesting feature of this scooter is that it does not require a license or RTO license and has a top speed of 25 KMPH, with long travel suspension. The scooter comes with a Hexa Head headlight for
navigation in low light conditions and an LED battery indicator for the 48V, 1 KW detachable
Li-ion battery
Amit Raj Singh, Co-Founder of Gemopai Electric, said: “The Miso is the ultimate solution for the young adult who needs a hassle-free ride to their destination or for a daily commuter who needs to get to their office, without getting stuck in traffic. With the current safety concerns due to the pandemic, Miso’s unique seat helps choose an affordable and safe commute. ”

BS6 Honda Grazia 125 Scooter Price, Specs, Details

The 2020 Honda Grazia 125 has been given a facelift and now benefits from a BS6 compliant engine and additional features.

The new BS6 Honda Grazia 125, new split LED position light and new LED headlight, 3D style logo on the side panels, redesigned tail light and jet-inspired rear turn signals. The scooter will be available in two variants, the basic standard and the top of the range Deluxe. The latter is recognized by its black alloy rims and disc brake. The big change here is the introduction of an external fuel cover. A feature that was sorely lacking in old Honda scooters that had hidden them under the seat. Speaking of which, Honda has redesigned the under-seat storage and claims to have improved the quality of the small glove box.

Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India updated the BS6 Honda Grazia with a 49-inch fuel-injected HET (Honda Eco Technology) engine, fitted with the company‘s Enhanced Smart Power (eSP) system. Compared to the release of the 8.63 hp and 8.94 Nm BS4 version, the new BS6 Honda Grazia 125 develops 8.29 hp and 10.3 Nm.

For smooth starting, the company equipped the BS6 Honda Grazia with the Honda ACG starter which uses the same AC generator used to generate current and charge the battery while driving. There are a host of other new technologies like the Swing Back feature that allow the engine to be started with less effort. The new tips of the BS6 Honda Grazia 125 (deluxe variant) also include the fuel-saving idle shutdown system, which automatically shuts the engine off during brief stops and restarts it with a simple rotation of the engine. accelerator.

Honda introduced a host of new features to keep things interesting and justify the price hike. The BS6 Honda Grazia 125 is now equipped with a multi-function switch which unlocks the seat and opens the external fuel cover with a single switch. Yes, the scooter finally gets an engine kill switch. Essentially, the ignition switch doubles as an engine stop switch when pushed up. Now the 125cc scooter also boasts an integrated headlight harness and low beam switch, and a sidestand indicator with engine shutdown.

As expected, the BS6 Honda Grazia 125 finally has a fully digital instrument console that displays information such as distance to empty, average fuel consumption and fuel consumption in real time. As before, you still get the three-step ECO indicator, a clock, a service due indicator, among others.

Suspension and brakes
Honda offers three-stage adjustable suspension at the rear, as well as telescopic suspension at the front, but more importantly, the scooter’s ground clearance has been increased by 16mm to make riding more comfortable. As before, the BS6 Honda Grazia 125 retains the Combined Braking System (CBS), with an equalizer that helps distribute braking force proportionally between the front and rear wheels.

The BS6 Honda Grazia is one of the first scooters in the country to offer a six-year warranty package that includes a standard three-year warranty as well as a three-year extension option.

The new BS6 Grazia 125 will arrive shortly in showrooms and is priced at Rs 74,239 for the Standard variant (ex-showroom) which costs around Rs 11,000 more than before. While the Deluxe variant costs Rs 81,564 (ex-showroom). There are a range of colors to choose from, including Matte Cyber ​​Yellow, Spartan Red Pearl, Mermaid Blue Pearl, and Matte Gray Axis.

Read also: Launch of the Honda Grazia Sports Edition 2021)

Most affordable BS6 Vespa Notte 125 scooter launched priced at Rs 91,492

Based on the Vespa LX125, the new Piaggio Vespa Notte 125 draws its power from a 125cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected three-valve engine which develops power and torque of 9.78 hp and 9.6 Nm respectively. , the BS4 engine delivered 10 hp of power and 10.6 Nm of torque.

Piaggio Group has launched its most affordable BS6 compliant scooter Notte 125 for Indian customers priced at Rs 91,492 (ex-showroom, Pune). The scooter is now listed on the Paytm e-commerce site. The outgoing BS4 model used for retail sale in India priced at Rs 72,030. While the Notte 125 is currently the most affordable Vespa you can buy in India, it has seen its price increase by almost Rs 19,000. compared to the previous BS4 model. Like the rest of the BS6 products in the company‘s lineup, the Notte 125 did not receive any major styling revisions. The main visual highlight of the new BS6 Piaggio Vespa Notte 125 is its matte black paint scheme which gives it a sporty appearance. Based on the Vespa LX125, the Notte 125 is powered by a 125cc three-valve fuel-injected single cylinder engine which is good at producing power and torque of 9.78 hp and 9.6 Nm respectively. BS4 engine produced respectively 10 hp and 10.6 Nm of power and torque.

The scooter stops using a 149mm drum brake at the front and a 140mm drum brake at the rear. A front disc brake is also optional, while CBS (Combined Braking System) is standard. The scooter’s suspension system includes a single side-arm suspension with anti-dive features at the front as well as a double-acting hydraulic shock absorber at the rear.

In other news, Piaggio recently reduced the engine displacement of its 150cc range to 149cc in order to offer insurance benefits to customers in India. As the insurance costs for two-wheelers with a displacement of up to 149 cc are lower than those with an engine of 150 cc or more, this decision of the company can be seen as a smart move to slightly compensate for the price increase for BS6. .

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