Siam doubled down on its bet on the motorcycle market and after a relaunch with an electric scooter, it now shows four models that will expand its offer.
The brand that returned to the ring under the Newsan group presents the Nomad 150, aimed at the On/Off segment; The Steppa 200, a versatile motorcycle designed for the adventure segment; the Tenax 200, for the Sport Street segment and the Vector 400, a Street Naked with a marked Neo Retro style. The commercial launch will take place in 2024. All models are produced at the Newsan plant in the Buenos Aires city of Lanús.
The Nomad 150 has an OHC (overhead camshaft) engine, disc brakes on both wheels and a digital dashboard with fuel gauge.
Steppa 200 has a strong structure with inverted strut front suspension. It is equipped with a 200cc 4-valve engine and electronic fuel injection (EFI). Includes front and rear ABS brakes, a set of 3 large capacity removable suitcases and an integrated center stand, ideal for travel.
In the Sport Street segment, the Tenax 200 is equipped with a 200cc 4-valve engine and electronic injection (EFI). It also includes front and rear ABS brakes, and LED lights.
Finally, with Neo Retro aesthetics, the Street Naked Vector 400 is equipped with a 398cc water-cooled 2-cylinder inline engine, 4 valves, electronic fuel injection (EFI) and OHC (overhead camshaft) system. It has front and rear ABS brakes, inverted fork, front camera with Bluetooth connectivity. It also has backlit controls, full LED lights, a skid plate and an LCD screen.
Siam entered the motorcycle market with the N4 electric scooter. It was followed by combustion models Qu 110, Trender 150 and Quirion 150.
Guillermo Contarino, Motorcycle Manager stated that “These launches represent a milestone in our continued commitment to offer high quality and affordable mobility solutions for Argentine consumers. In an ever-changing development context, we are focused on becoming a relevant player in the market, with quality products , durability and cutting-edge design.”