Daelim Almost Here
Daelim scooter range available March, 2011. This includes the outrages B-Bone 125.
Korean motorcycle and scooter manufacturer, Daelim, has today announced its line up of three scooter models for the Australian market in 2011.
The company says the new line up will feature models which will appeal to a diverse range of interests and applications.
The most striking of the three models is the B-Bone, a revolutionary naked sports scooter powered by a 125cc EFI engine.
The B-Bone’s innovative design promises to change the way riders think about trips across town featuring oil cooling, front and rear disc brakes, twelve inch alloy wheels and a range of vibrant colours to choose from.
To retail at $3490 plus on road costs, the B-Bone is set to be an attractive proposition for those looking for a unique scooter.
The B-Bone will be joined in 2011 by the S1, which shares the same 125cc EFI engine but offers a sharp and sporty style.
It features an intelligent combined braking system, thirteen inch alloy wheels, adjustable rear suspension and a broad seat with pillion backrest to maximise comfort.
The S1 will hit showroom floors with a retail price of $3,290 plus on road costs.
The new line up also features the S4, a 50cc sports scooter which cuts a sharp line through the urban landscape.
Its striking appearance is matched by an impressive set of features including a smooth four-stoke 50cc engine, class leading safety features and a large storage compartment.
The S4 is placed at an extremely competitive price point, just $1,790 plus on road costs. Daelim’s reinvigorated attack on the Australian market follows the appointment of Mojo.
Motorcycles as the manufacturer’s Australian distributor late last year. Mojo Motorcycles representative Darren Woodward was excited to be able offer customers such a dynamic product line-up.
“Our 2011 scooter range represents three quite different models which are each targeted toward a specific market segment.
“We’re quite confident in this strategy - one only has to look at the cult following of the B-Bone in international markets and the level of interest in our other models when they were exhibited at the Australian Motorcycle Expo late last year” stated Woodward.
Although the three models are quite different Woodward was keen to point out one similarity shared across the new line up.
“Despite their differences all three models share the same exceptional build quality that Daelim is renowned for. It’s that great build quality that allows us to so easily stand behind our products with a two year unlimited kilometre warranty on both the B-Bone and S1 as well as a twelve month unlimited kilometre warranty on the S4” said Woodward.
The B-Bone, S1 and S4 will all be rolling into showrooms early March, 2011.
For further information on the 2011 range of scooters or any other Daelim product please visit http://www.daelim.com.au/