Scomadi unveils new Ananda models

Scomadi unveils new Ananda models

Scomadi Thailand has unveiled two new Ananda Series models: the Urban Series and Adventure Series, with an official price announcement.

The Scomadi retains its classic identity but stands out in the look and design that classic scooter fans are passionate about. Scomadi continues to emphasise five strategies: Modern Classics, New Classic Lovers, Unique Differentiation, Love of Custom Motorcycles and being part of the Scooter Community.

The release model is the new Technica 200i engine, 4 stroke, 1 cylinder, 2 valves, injection system, air-cooled. It provides up to 8.6kW or 11.5hp and up to 12.4Nm of torque at 5,500rpm.

For the launch, the Standard version of both series is priced at 120,000 baht, the Urban Series Full Package at 125,000 baht and the Adventure Series Full Package at 128,000 baht.

The model comes with a 3-year warranty or 30,000km, whichever comes first. Other benefits include 3-year Roadside Assistance with unlimited mileage, a chance to join the Scomadi Privilege Club and a 10% discount on the purchase of costumes and accessories in limited quantity.

Those who buy the first 30 units of this model can join a two-day trip with Ananda Everingham, and the first 70 units are eligible for an exclusive trip with Scomadi executives, with conditions for booking and receiving between Aug 4 to Sept 30 only.

Adventure Series.

Urban Series.

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