Are you looking for Sinnis Apache Supermotto finance? Read our review below.
Most of the people do not know that the Sinnis Apache was the pioneer in sporting the revolutionary Suzuki 125cc engine for a supermotto bike. Over the years many other brands tried to imitate the exceptional build quality and long-lasting nature of this spectacular bike and failed miserably at it. In 2017, we can finally see the novel Apache Supermotto version making a comeback to the Sinnis brand. With a slew of features such as innovative design contouring, plush headlight, mudguard, electronic fuel injection, superior suspension, refreshing digital console and ravishing new two-colour themes; this legacy model banks on the very same Suzuki designed engine just like the older bike, which has proven itself beyond doubt.
Peeking into the engine
At its heart, this beast sports a legendary engine that has many fans all over the world. It is a 125cc engine which is an air cooled SOHC (Single Over Head Camshaft) variant with electronic fuel injection for uninterrupted power. The maximum power that this legendary engine can displace is a stunning 11.5 Horsepower. All that power is guided to the wheels by means of a five-speed manual transmission. Fuel capacity of this bike tops at 10.6 litres.
The kerb weight of this legacy bike is about 119 kilograms. To ensure a comfortable riding position that a bike of this stature deserves, the seat height is kept at 890mm. The console display features both analogue and digital components, paying homage to the older model as well as keep in sync with the newer design trends. The front suspension comprises of dual upside down (USD) telescopic forks and the rear suspension consists of single coil monoshock. In order to supplement the powerful engine, the brakes are also impressive featuring independent triple piston disc at the front and unified hydraulic disc at the rear.
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