The Aviator would be available in two variants - Standard and Deluxe. The deluxe variant, which had front disc brake and alloy wheels, would be available in rebel red metallic, berry purple metallic, space silver metallic, monsoon gray metallic and pearl igneous black, a company release here said. The Aviator, powered by a robust 102 cc, four-stroke engine generating seven BHP of power, not only offered smooth and silky performance, but also consumed less fuel.
The 190 mm disc brake at front and 130mm drum brake at the rear, provided responsive braking control, resulting in a swift assured stop.
Its high quality telescopic front suspension and rear unit swing suspension setup achieved smoother handling, lower vibration and more stable high-speed control than any scooter in its class. It also provided two years or 24,000 km warranty and three years optional extended warranty.