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Suzuki to launch new age scooter 'Skydrive' in India by 2012

Suzuki has been amongst those companies, who have started launching bikes and scooters looking at Indian riders' needs. If we talk about the recent plans of the brand Suzuki, they have just announced to bring their world renowned new-age F1 scooter named Suzuki skydrive to India. This has been speculated, that it will pose a tough competition for Honda's premium product Activa.

The all new Suzuki skydrive has been designed aerodynamically to grab the attention of Indian users with its seductive curvy looks, multi spoke alloy wheels, well painted body, attractive handles carrying well shaped rear-view mirrors, well rational head & tail lights along with the indicators and various other factors.



Suzuki skydrive will cost around Rs.40,000 and will be available in Indian market carrying the same colors it has got internationally; black, red and silver. Having powered with the truly powerful four-stroke, air-cooled, 124 cc displacement, Suzuki skydrive is expected to offer you handsome fuel economy and a mileage of 45 kmpl.

Yet to be launched, Suzuki skydrive has been designed quite gracefully giving it the well managed dimensions and is provided with the four-stroke, air cooled, SOHC, 124 cc displacement engine which gives the user a standard performance on almost all road conditions. Price range should have been lesser to get the competitive advantage, if we believe on the market rumors; it's going to cost more than Honda Activa .

Last updated on 03-12-2011. Published on 03-12-2011. Written by .
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Latest Comments

Now its the time to ride on a Skydrive in India, isn't it?
By on 18-10-2012
When will be possible to get this scooter in Goa ?
By on 25-10-2012

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