Siam expands its motorcycle line-up with the new QU, a light, agile and easy to handle motorcycle that will make your ride through the city an enjoyable experience.
Buenos Aries, August 2022 – In order to meet current consumers’ constant needs, Siam –an iconic Argentine brand– launches Qu, an ideal motorcycle to move wherever you want.
A light, agile and easy to handle motorcycle to get around town, with a smooth and comfortable ride. Its 107cc single cylinder low-consumption engine provides a top-notch performance thus making this autonomous motorcycle one of the best options in the market sector.
It can ride at a maximum speed of 80km/h and has a 4-speed semi-automatic gearbox that makes it easier to handle, without need to use the clutch to shift gears. Its front brakes are disk brakes designed to enhance safety and provide stability when braking. Furthermore, it features alloy wheels which make it distinctive.
The motorcycle has a wide headlight for enhanced visibility as front light, a ruby colored tail light that combines with the simple aesthetics of the motorcycle, a seat made of anti-slip material and a large storage compartment underneath the seat.
It includes an USB charging port to charge a cell phone or any other device during the ride and an easy-to-read instrument panel with multiple functions for a comfortable ride.
The new Qu is available in four colors which are red, white, black and blue, and can be found in all the brand’s authorized dealers at a promotional launch price of ARS 230,000. For more information, please visit www.siammotos.com.ar
Founded in 1911, SIAM has differentiated itself from its competitors and become one of the most recognized brands in Argentina. At its modern facilities in Monte Chingolo, Lanús, SIAM –a brand synonymous with quality, safety and durability– manufactures electric and combustion motorcycles with the highest quality standards. SIAM products are manufactured and marketed throughout the country by Grupo Newsan, Argentina’s leading manufacturer, seller and distributor of consumer electronic products.