Complete details of Luna Moped
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Luna is not in production now.
Ever since Kinetic Engineering had introduced Kinetic Luna in the Indian market from 1972, the moped tag changed to Luna. A category of two-wheeler just changed to a brand. This particular vehicle introduced the concept of personalized transport for Indians and one of the core reason for the success of Luna was the looks and styling of the motorcycle itself.
This moped is based on a 49.8 cc engine that produces maximum power of 2.2 bhp @ 6000 rpm and peak torque of 4.2 Nm @ 4000 rpm. Salient features of the Luna are kick start, rugged boxed steel body, light weight and therefore easy to handle and pedal kick start. Luna has a ground clearance of 180 mm and wheel base is about 1130 mm. TPFC boost enhanced acceleration and sturdy body helps in cruising on all bumpy village roads. It uses a telescopic suspension in order to improve the efficiency. The wheel base of this moped provides a firm grip on the road and the brake enhances the braking force.
The 50 cc moped was also introduced in USA as Kinetic TFR. Not only that a 35 cc version Luna named Luna Wings was also introduced in the market later. The Original Luna initially launched as a licensed copy of Piaggio Ciao moped. Luna has a stylish body lining and appealing colors which helps end users to make Kinetic Luna their choice. Other than the looks, these are best known for their convenient ride and negligible maintenance cost.
Luna was a common mode of transportation in agriculture based rural areas of India, were people highly depends on this motorcycle to transport their goods and commodities from one place to another.
Over the years, Luna introduced many of their variants like, Luna TFR Plus, Double Plus, Wings, Magnum and Super due to the ever increasing competition from the rivals.
Kinetic stopped the production of Luna from the end of early 2000.
|Technical Specifications of Kinetic Luna
||2.2 bhp @ 6000 rpm
||4.2 Nm @ 4000 rpm
|Chassis and Suspension
|Length x Width x Height
||1805 x 630 x 1030 mm
|Petrol Tank Capacity