Malaguti, an Italian motorcycle firm, has entered the Southeast Asian market with the Madison 150, a maxi-style scooter designed for simple and sensible journey. This maxi-scooter, which was first launched in Thailand, not solely has razor-sharp, fashionable look, but in addition a robust engine that appears to compete with premium rivals from Honda and Yamaha.
The Malaguti Madison 150 combines basic maxi-scooter proportions with crisp, highly effective fashion. The Malaguti Madison is sort of futuristic in look, and it might absolutely enchantment to riders searching for a extra distinctive journey than the extra prevalent Japanese maxi-scooters. Furthermore, its dual-tone paint schemes are an incredible match for its design language and provides it a premium look.
When it involves efficiency, a 149.3cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine powers the Malaguti Madison 150. The scooter’s energy and torque rankings, alternatively, have but to be revealed by the producer. The Madison 150, nevertheless, is on the heftier aspect, weighing in at 142 kilograms—excess of its rivals. Nonetheless, the commuter scooter section has at all times been extra about consolation and practicality than sheer efficiency—options that the Madison 150 possesses in spades.
To start with, the Malaguti Madison comes with a telescopic fork and twin shock absorbers with preload adjustment. At each ends, disc brakes are in control of bringing the scooter to a assured cease. It comes with a protracted, spacious saddle that appears to be generously cushioned, offering the rider and passenger with loads of consolation for metropolis journeys, in addition to the odd out-of-town highway journey.
The Malaguti Madison 150 is provided with a full-color TFT digital instrument cluster. However, it lacks smartphone connectivity, which is disappointing provided that its instant competitor, the Yamaha NMAX 155, contains Bluetooth and even a devoted cellular app. The Madison, alternatively, comes with keyless entry, full-LED lighting, and a USB charging port.
For now, the Malaguti Madison 150 will likely be launched in Thailand at a price ticket of 79,800 Baht. This interprets to the equal of round $2,257 USD—fairly good worth for cash, contemplating the tech and efficiency options this scooter brings to the desk.