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SWM Silver Vase coming in NADA 2018: Estimated Prices

By Bishal Deep Basnet on Sep 11,2018 - 17:57

With Nepal’s biggest automobile exhibition, the NADA Auto Show 2018, many new names in the auto industry are coming forward. One of these big names is SWM.

Gyan Earthmovers, the authorized distributor of SWM, an Italian bike brand, will be officially launching SWM motorcycles for the first time in the country at NADA Auto Show 2018. The company will be launching three models: Silver Vase, RS 300 R and Super Dual 650.

The Silver Vase is powered by a new SWM 445.3cc air and oil-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, four-valve, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine. The output is 22.4kW of power (30hp) and 35.8Nm of torque at 5300 revs.

The engine components are made by Shineray Group in China and shipped to the SWM factory in Lombardia, northern Italy, where the bike is built.

It’s a stylish little bike that turns heads everywhere you go. Not many have heard of SWM before, but those who used to race dirt a few decades ago remember them fondly.

Unlike many other scramblers on the market, this is closer to the original scrambler formula: a small-capacity road bike converted to race across paddocks on the weekends in hare scrambles events.

 

SWM Silver Vase Specifications

Displacement 445.3 cc
Maximum Power 29.50 HP @ 7000 rpm
Maximum Torque 33 NM @ 5500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Number of Gears 5
Seat Height 820 mm
Ground Clearance 191 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 151 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 23.5 litres

 

Price of SWM Silver Vase 

Right now, the prices aren't exactly known since they are to be released in the NADA Auto Show.

But, according to the director of SWM motorbikes in Nepal, the prices of SWM bikes are expected to start from Rs 1.4 million all the way to Rs 2.3 million.

Tags -  SWM SIlver Vase 440 , SWM , Bikes in Nepal

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