Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Auto Expo 2014: Piaggio to Launch Aprilia Shiver 750, Open Bigger Bike Showrooms

Piaggio is extending its huge two wheeler portfolio with the Aprilia Shiver 750 and its dealership with a showroom in Hyderabad.

Piaggio may not have a standard cruiser portfolio in India yet (it is even now doing an attainability concentrate on what models and fragments may bode well), however it is occupied with stretching its huge bicycle portfolio. Plus the bikes showed at the Auto Expo 2014 from both Aprilia and Moto Guzzi, Piaggio will additionally start the Aprilia Shiver 750 in the not so distant future. The cruiser, despite the fact that under 800cc, will come by means of the CBU way like whatever remains of the reach.

Piaggio will likewise stretch its enormous bicycle dealership system with another showroom opening in Hyderabad soon. At present, the amount of showrooms offering Aprilia and Moto Guzzi marks in India stand at three  with a showroom each in Bengaluru, Pune and Chandigarh. Going ahead, Piaggio will open two more restrictive enormous cycle showrooms and afterward open up the offers of its high limit cruisers to its existing dealerships. Notwithstanding, Piaggio is clear this benefit might be reached out to its huge and well performing merchants the nation over.

The Aprilia Shiver 750 then is a 750cc, V-twin bike that makes a max force of 95ps and a torque rating that tops at 81 Nm. The motor additionally accompanies three riding modes – Sport, Touring and Rain - and is mated to six pace gearbox. It utilizes a tubular casing suspended on 43mm USDs forthright and a brilliant looking, side-mounted back monoshock. 17 inch aluminium wheels wearing 120 and 180 area elastic front and back individually, and wave discs at both closures make up whatever remains of the cycle parts. The Shiver 750 is relied upon to cost Rs 8-9 lakh when it goes at a bargain here making it just about twice as unreasonable as the Kawasaki Ninja 650 which is of the same kind.

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