Launched in India in 1990. Sunny is not in production now.
Sunny was one such iconic brand from Baja Auto Ltd which had changed the fortunes for the bike maker at early stages. This scooter was launched in the year 1990 targeting ladies and teenagers of India. This scooter has made many young girls of India to step over to the motoring world.
Scooter sits on a small 50 cc, 2-stroke petrol engine, producing a maximum power of 2.8 bhp @ 6000 rpm with an automatic transmission. It can hit a maximum speed of 50 kmph and can also carry a payload of 120 kg. Fuel tank capacity of sunny was 3.5 litres. With a spectacular mileage of 50 kmpl it was one those two wheeler, which is reliable in all means. Front suspension composed of a leading link with coil springs while rear features a hydraulic damper with coaxial springs.
In India license was granted to teenagers at the year of 16 for automatic scooters and this is what Sunny targeted the most. By 1997 Bajaj stopped the production of Sunny and they later introduced Sunny Zip with a 60cc engine. Unlike TVS Scooty and Kinetic mopeds, this one uses automatically engaging gear system, which enhances smooth riding experience.
Sunny stands a symbol for the Indian motoring world. It was one those two-wheeler with handsome looks and styling. One of the posters of Sunny featuring Sachin Tendulkar was quiet famous in those days.