India Yamaha Motor launched
the disc brake variant of its successful scooter Cygnus Alpha for the Indian
market. The Cygnus Alpha comes at a price of Rs. 52,556 (ex-showroom Delhi)
which will be available across all Yamaha dealerships from mid-June 2016. The
new disc brake variant of Cygnus Alpha will be available in two new colours -
Radiant Cyan and Marvel Black. The drum brake variant of the Cygnus Alpha is
also available in the market for customers.
The Cygnus Alpha scooter disc
brake variant is enabled with the Blue Core Technology and features good engine
performance and a mileage of 66 km/l. The new graphics sport shades of Cyan and
Black, with stylish calligraphy designs, bringing out a fashionable urban look.
This variant is powered by a newly developed air-cooled 113 cc, four stroke
single cylinder engine that delivers smooth start-up acceleration and pickup.
The scooter provides ample storage capacity (21 litres) and excellent riding
comfort for single and tandem riding with a flat long seat and large foot space
for both rider and pillion, making it a new age stylish family scooter.
Roy Kurian, Vice President,
Sales & Marketing, Yamaha Motor India Sales Pvt. Ltd. said, “The scooter
market has witnessed rapid growth in the last few years and Yamaha has been
able to make steady inroad in this segment. Yamaha is looking at reaching a 10%
market share by the end of this year and the introduction of this latest
variant of the Cygnus Alpha scooter is expected to further propel its growth in
the segment. This latest offering with disc brake is aimed at families who want
that additional safety feature.”
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