Taro’s Imola scooter enters the Nepali market

The Italian brand Taro, which produces its vehicles in China, has entered the Nepali market with the introduction of a 150cc scooter–the Imola. Om Motocorp Pvt. Ltd, under the SG Group, the authorised distributor for Taro, has already got things rolling by setting up a showroom in Narayan Chaur, Naxal. 


The Imola scooter gets a sporty design: it comes with a V-shaped LED headlight and an O-shaped rear light that is combined with boomerang-style turn signals. And it gets a split-seat design featuring an elevated rear seat.


The scooter comes with a three-section instrument panel that features an analog speedometer in the middle and a digital multi-information display on each side. Other notable features include  a Combined Braking System (CBS), Capacitor-Discharge Ignition (CDI), and a disc brake with an ABS option.


Powering the Imola is a 149.6cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder, OHC engine that generates a power of 8.6 kW at 8000 rpm and a torque of 12.1 Nm at 6000 rpm. 


Engine typeAir-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, OHC
Displacement (cc)149.6
Max. power (kW) 8.6 at 8000 rpm
Max. torque (Nm)12.1 at 6000 rpm 
Starting systemElectric
Fuel tank (L)5.5
Mileage (kmpl)45
Wheelbase (mm)1320
Kerb weight (kg)137
Seat height (mm)770

Taro Imola price in Nepal

The price of the Imola 150 in Nepal is set at Rs 3.30 lakh.

Taro modelPrice in Nepal
Emola 150Rs. 3,30,000

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