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Your weekly dose of bike updates: TVS Zest 110 BS6 launch, Jawa Perak deliveries and more!

26 July 2020, 08:59 AM Anuj Mishra
Your weekly dose of bike updates: TVS Zest 110 BS6 launch, Jawa Perak deliveries and more!

The two-wheeler industry stayed pretty calm last week as it was deprived of many new launches or significant developments. However, there were still a few updates worth noting, especially for the prospective scooter buyers. In case you missed them, here’s a quick round up of the top five two-wheeler stories from the last week. 

Jawa Perak Right Side

TVS Zest 110 BS6 launched

TVS’ 110cc scooter, the Zest 110, received the much-needed BS6 updated last week. Its 110cc, air-cooled engine is now accompanied by fuel-injection and churns out 7.6bhp and 8.8Nm. Besides the revisions in its engine, TVS has kept the Zest unchanged in all other aspects. It is available in two variants – Himalayan High Series and Matte Series and costs Rs 58,460, which is a premium of around Rs 7,000 over its BS4 counterpart. 

Jawa Perak Front Left Three-Quarter

Vespa 125 and 150 Facelift models launched

Piaggio India updated the Vespa line-up by launching the facelifted models of the VXL 125, SXL 125, VXL 150 and the SXL 150. For BS6 compliance, their engines now come equipped with electronic fuel-injection which helps in releasing lesser toxic gases. Other updates come in the form of a full-LED headlamp, a USB charged and under seat light. While the prices of the 125cc models start at Rs 1.10 lakh, the 150 series starts at Rs 1.22 lakh. 

Jawa Perak Front Left Three-Quarter

Aprilia Storm 125 BS6 disc variant launched

Piaggio India also introduced the disc brake variant of the Aprilia Storm 125 in India. It has been pegged at Rs 91,321 which makes it around Rs 6,000 more expensive than the drum brake model. In the new BS6 edition, Aprilia also introduced a digital console, as opposed to the fully-analogue setup of the previous model. Notably, the distinctive styling of the scooter has been retained, which incorporates a sporty bodywork, rugged graphics and chunky tyres wrapped around 12-inch wheels. 

Jawa Perak Front Right Three-Quarter

Jawa Perak deliveries commence 

Classic Legends has commenced the deliveries of the Perak in India. The bobber-styled motorcycle was launched in November last year but the dispatches got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Powering the bike is a 334cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine which makes 30bhp and 32.74Nm. But what really stands out is its styling with a long wheelbase, bar-end mirrors, peanut-shaped fuel tank and a floating-style seat. It has been priced at Rs 1.95 lakh.

Jawa Perak Left Side

Royal Enfield Meteor 350 spied with accessories

The upcoming Royal Enfield Meteor 350 has been spotted for the umpteenth time in India. However, the recent image showed a motorcycle fully loaded with accessories which are likely to be available as an option. The kit included a tall windscreen, engine guard, saddle stay and large footpegs, all of which make it look ready for long-distance touring. The Meteor 350 will essentially be the successor to the Thunderbird 350X and is likely to be priced around Rs 1.75 lakh. 

(All prices are ex-showroom) 

Jawa Perak

Jawa Perak

  • Displacement334 cc
  • Mileage - Owner Reported30 kmpl
  • Max Power(bhp)30 bhp
  • Kerb Weight175 kg
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Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 2,11,370

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