UM’s much anticipated line-up for this year, UM Motorcycle Adventure TT was recently showcased in this year’s EICMA show in Milan, Italy. As per the reports, the upcoming model is confirmed to be launched in India in the next few months. The model launched in Europe, sports a 125cc liquid-cooled engine producing a total power of 14.9 ps and maximum torque of 10.9 Nm. According to some reports, the engine configuration will be changed when this model will be launched in India. Reports suggest that either a 230cc-air-cooled motor will be used which was used in the previous Renegade Duty S pumping out a total of 17 Ps power and a maximum torque of 17 Nm Or a 279.5cc liquid-cooled motor will be used which will provide a maximum power of 25.15 Ps and maximum torque profile of 23Nm which was used in Renegade Commando/ Sports S model. Engine specification includes a single cylinder, 4 strokes, 4-Valve, spark ignition with an automatic fuel injection system giving out a maximum power of 25.15 Ps at a maximum 6500 Rpm and a maximum torque of 23 Nm at a maximum of 7000 Rpm. The engine is mated with a 6-speed manual transmission gearbox.
Apart from the engine, talking about brakes, the model features a disc brake on both rear and front wheels featuring a dual-channel ABS( antilock braking system). This time the tyres are rumoured to be tube-less tyres which is a must feature for any off-roader bike or a dirt bike.
Now taking a glance at the suspension, the new model houses a long travel telescopic front fork suspension and a rear mono-shockers providing the biker from unwanted bumps while travelling. The new model supports an Adventure Tourer Bikes body type including a fancy halogen equipped headlight. The new model equips both digitals as well as an analogue console, including an analogue tachometer and digital odometer, trip meter and a fuel gauge. The new UM Motorcycle Adventure TT will be price-tagged at approximately 1.99 lakhs( Ex. showroom Price) and is expected to be available for pre-booking from November. The new model is excepted to compete with Royal Enfield Himalayan and upcoming Hero XPulse 200.