Expected Launch Date: Jun 2018
United Motors Renegade Duty
United Motors Renegade Duty Overview
The leading bike manufacturing company –the Um Motorcycles has launched the all-new UM Renegade Duty bike series at the latest Auto Expo 2018. With its expected unveiling, there are also assumptions of the bike going under sale in the coming times. The new-gen UM Renegade Duty is available in two exciting variants including the Duty S and Duty Ace bike series. Sitting a little below under the classic UM Renegade Sport S series, the latest variants of the UM Renegade Duty including the Duty S and the Duty Ace come with enhanced fuel efficiency and riding performance.
United Motors Renegade Duty Engine & Transmission
The latest UM Renegade Duty bike series draws its power from the powerful 230cc 1-cylinder, air cooled engine that produces the power value of around 16 BHP at 8000 rpm along with a 17 Nm of peak torque. The engine gets mated to the 5-speed transmission gearbox that is responsible for sending power to the rear wheel of the bike.
United Motors Renegade Duty Braking & Safety
The UM Renegade Duty bike series including the Duty S and the Duty Ace rides on the 120/80 R17 tyres towards the front along with the 130/90 R15 tyres towards the rear end. Both the motorbike variants by the UM Renegade Duty series share the same wheelbase of 1360mm along with the similar ground clearance of around 180mm. The braking duties are taken care of by the presence of a single front disc along with a drum brake at the rear end.
United Motors Renegade Duty Competitors
The UM Renegade Duty will be competing against the likeness of the Bajaj Avenger and the Royal Enfield Classic 350 series.
United Motors Renegade Duty Mileage
The brand new UM Renegade Duty is claimed to be offering an average mileage of around 41 kmpl with an overall fuel tank capacity of around 10-Litres. In terms of the high-tech features of the bike, the latest UM Renegade Duty flaunts the attractive digi-analogue instrument cluster along with a gear position indicator. Additionally, both the variants of the UM Renegade Duty receive an all-LED headlight as well as the taillights. Some of the major highlights of the cruiser by the UM Motors include intricate details like the LED logo of UM placed below the rounded headlamp, attractive LED lights on the four ends of the bike, puncture-resistant tyres, blindspot mirrors, and a comfy gel seat.
United Motors Renegade Duty Performance and Handling
The given set of performance, as well as the handling features of the advanced UM Renegade Duty series, tend to resemble the other similar Renegade series by the UM Motorcycles. The latest range of the UM Renegade Duty series gets a comfy pillion seat that ensures the overall comfort of the riders on long-distance touring. The brand new UM Renegade Duty bike series is expected to be a city-friendly motorbike.
United Motors Renegade Duty What we think
Though both the bike variants including the UM Renegade Duty S and the Duty Ace are same, they tend to differ in the overall color schemes. With the on-sale expectations, the buyers have something exciting to look forward.
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