The classic two wheelers of the 90s are making a comeback in the Indian market. But this time they are better, stronger and more eco-friendly.
If you were born in the ’90s, chances are you’ve seen or even owned one of these popular vehicles back in the day. Two wheelers like the Bajaj scooter and the Kinetic Luna were quite a status symbol in India at that time. But when the modern two wheelers hit the Indian roads, most of the classic ones were discontinued. Luckily, these famous two wheelers are back by popular demand, and are ready to make you fall in love with them all over again.
Here is a list of recently revived two wheelers.
Bajaj Chetak introduced affordable means of transportation to many Indian homes. The scooter was based on the Italian Vespa Sprint which was replaced with a new in-house design around 1980. The words “Our Bajaj” come to many as a cherished childhood memory. Due to increasing competition, Bajaj Auto stopped manufacturing the legendary two-wheeler. 16. Toth In October 2019, Bajaj Auto re-entered the scooter market with a newly modified Chetak in EV form. Chetak EV comes with multiple color options and exciting features. Its base variant costs ₹ 1 lakh and the premium variant costs ₹ 1.15 lakh.
Jawa was a Czech motorcycle that was imported into India by the company Ideal Jawa. Later, the company sold licensed motorcycles under the Jawa in the 1960s and the Yezdi brand name after 1973. The two wheeler had a cult following around the world for being rugged, simple and unbreakable. The company stopped production in India due to stringent emission norms and increasing competition. Jawa entered the list of recently revived two-wheelers in 2018 under Classic Legends, a subsidiary of Mahindra & Mahindra.
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