There are more affordable cruiser options coming up for fans of laid-back riding. UM Lohia Two Wheelers, the Indian arm of the American motorcycle maker UM International LLC is introducing the new Renegade Commando Classic and Renegade Commando Mojave. These two new cruisers are both powered by a liquid cooled, single cylinder, four-stroke engine featuring four valves and spark ignition.
The Renegade Commando Classic was showcased at the Delhi Auto Expo in 2016. It is a cruiser that has originated in the US, powered by the 279.5cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, electronic fuel-injected, four-stroke, four-valve mill with spark ignition developing 25.15PS at 8,500rpm and 23Nm of torque at 7,000rpm, mated to a six-speed transmission with overdrive. The motorcycle features high gloss metallic two-tone paint job and more than 3,430 square inches of sparkling chrome. It is a complete touring package, which includes premium saddlebag and tank cover, polycarbonate windshield, highway engine guards and alloy back rest. The Renegade Classic will be available at ₹1.89 lakh (ex-Showroom, New Delhi).
The Renegade Commando Mojave, which is inspired from The Mojave desert, North America’s largest and driest desert. Mojave will also share the same engine as the Renegade Commando Classic but will feature new style and colour. Mojave will be introduced in the market in a unique desert coloured matte paint, Mojave Desert logos and fuel tank cell phone pad. The Renegade Commando Mojave and its sibling Renegade Classic come with an electric start and have an air filter with paper element innovation. These motorcycles have a fuel tank of 18 litres with a kerb weight of 179kgs. The Renegade Commando Mojave is priced at ₹1.80 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi).
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