Shown at Delhi Auto Expo 2016, UM Renegade Sport S cruiser is powered by a 279 cc single-cylinder water-cooled engine. The cruiser shares an engine with Renegade Commando and Renegade Classic, and is part of the introductory trio of bikes UM motorcycles is launching in India.
UM Renegade Sport S cruiser is a variant of the Commando and gained much appreciation when it was shown at 2015 EICMA in Milan. UM Renegade Sport S cruiser comes with an electric start. The air filter in use comes with paper element innovation. A 6 speed synchronized mesh makes for easy cruising. The front wheel has telescopic suspension. The rear wheel has dual shock absorbers. Fuel tank capacity is 18 litres. UM Renegade Sport S cruiser weighs 172 kg when the tank is 90 percent full.
Ayush Lohia, CEO, Lohia Auto Industries says the company is extremely excited to partner with UM Motorcycles and introduce an exciting lineup of much-awaited motorcycles in India. The company stresses on UM Renegade cruisers being a design, innovation and quality offering at an affordable prices meant to delight the Indian market. Manufacturing is underway. Much like Harley-Davidson, the latest American entrant looks to make the Indian plant an export hub.
The company looks forward to a sizeable portion of market share in the competitive mid-size capacity cruiser market. UM Motorcycles has plenty lined up in terms of products, sales and after sales in India. UM Motorcycles has been busy setting up dealerships, and manufacturing has begun at Lohia Auto Kashipur plant in Uttarakhand.
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