Scomadi TT125 Priced At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, To Become Costliest Scooter Of India

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Scomadi TT125 Priced At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, Costliest Scooter Of India

May 2018  will mark the official entry of Scomadi scooters in India. Their first scooter TT125 has been manufactured in collaboration with AJ performance of Pune and are yet to launch it. TT stands for Turismo Technica and Scooter Manufacturing and Distribution is the full form for Scomadi. Scomadi is a British bespoke scooter manufacturing company founded by Frank Sanderson and Paul Melici in 2005.

Scomadi TT125 Launched At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, Costliest Scooter Of India
Scomadi TT125 Launched At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, Costliest Scooter Of India

The Scomadi TT125 scooters will be imported to India from Thailand, where they have shifted their facility from China. The TT125 runs on a 124.6 cc single cylinder, 2-valve engine from Aprilia in Italy. The fuel injection courtesy goes to Delphi. The scooter produces 11 bhp power at 7300 rpm but with an optional remap and upgraded exhaust system it is expected to increase upto 15 bhp. The suspension of the TT125 is dependent upon double hydraulic preload adjustable shock absorbers with coil spring and coil spring with adjustable preload upto 4 pistons for the front and rear side of the scooter respectively. Wheels shod with Pireli tubeless tyres of 12 inch radius are the ones on which the scooter rides on. The braking system is mainly equipped with 220 mm disc in the front and 200 mm disc at the back. Dual channel ABS is also an unique feature of the scooter. The kerb weight of the bike is 100 kgs with fuel capacity of 11 L.

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Scomadi TT125 Launched At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, Costliest Scooter Of India
Scomadi TT125 Launched At Rs. 1.98 Lakhs, Costliest Scooter Of India

The chassis of the scooter is space frame tubular. The ground clearance of the TT125 is 330 mm and the seat remains at the height of 773 mm. Under seat storage system is absent in it because of the presence of a huge fuel tank. The front storage compartment and the rear luggage carrier will remain as it is. The console is fully digital and the front headlight is and LED one with daytime running lights. The price of the scooter is announced to be Rs. 1.98 lakhs in ex showrrom Pune, which makes it the costliest scooty in the country. Scomadi is earning cookie points by offering customisation services, paint jobs and accessories included. It has been reported that Scomadi will be launching the more powerful TT200 in India , after having a detailed analysis of how the TT125 capture the market in India.

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