Taro Bike Price In Bangladesh 2022

Below, we list all the available Taro bike prices in 2022 BD list. Taro motorcycle Showroom and latest/upcoming Taro motorbike specifications, pictures.

Taro is an Italian motorcycle company that is mainly known for their 400cc sports bikes. Because of the limits on motorcycle cc in Bangladesh and the BD cc limit, they have to launch 150cc sports bikes to Bangladesh.

Taro Bangla is an exclusive sports motorbike dealership which was established in February of 2018. This is the concern belonging to Sikder Group of Enterprises. Sikder Group of Enterprises.

The parent business that is Taro Bangla can be ISO as well as Euro Grade 4 certified by this certification, which means that the motorbike imported from Taro Bangla to Bangladesh is of top quality. Taro GP1 and Taro Gp2 special editions gained a lot of attention among sports bikes in Bangladesh’s section.

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TARO is a Bangladeshi motorcycle manufacturer. Its business Taro Bangla Limited renders an exclusive dealership for motorcycles in the capital city of Dhaka located in Bangladesh. They purchase sportbikes from different Chinese manufacturers and distribute the same across Bangladesh.

They are currently focusing solely on models that are sports.

Taro GP 1 V3: The Taro GP 1 V3 is the name of a sportbike designed to look similar to a MotoGP bike. This means that the bike has to be extremely large and aerodynamic. The bike has a very massive head section. The bike appears quite large. It has a complete LED light system, not unlike MotoGP bikes (which aren’t allowed to feature any lights). The headlight is an all LED headlight, and comes with a LED taillight, and minimal indicators.

Taro GP 1 V3 is available with only one color, that being black. The V3 is designed distinctively and is completely distinct from the original. The bike has a completely new color scheme and an entirely new design for the decals. The latest model has an edgier design because of the decals.

The bike features a completely new TFT display that is part of it is the display in the cluster of instruments. The display contains a great range of data. The instrument cluster houses the speedometer, odometer fuel gauge, RPM counter trip meter, gear-position indicator as well as other indicators. This instrument cluster was created to look like MotoGP bikes.

The lighting setup on the motorcycle is identical to the model before it. The headlight has a full LED light that has LED DRLs. The design of the headlight on the bike is identical to the model that was previously in use. The bike features a fully LED taillight as well as LED indicators that look appealing and stylish.

The Taro GP 1 V3 comes with a single-cylinder, 4-stroke with a 155.2cc engine. The engine is liquid-cooled , and comes with the carburetor. The engine produces an incredible 19 BHP power output at 9500rpm. It also produces 16.5Nm power at 9000rpm. The power and torque figures of this motorcycle is awe-inspiring. It is predicted to get approximately 38 kmpl, on an average.

The Taro GP 1 V3 features the basic wet multi-plate system. But, a slipper-type clutch could have made a huge difference on the motorcycle. This Taro the GP1V3 comes with an automatic gearbox with six speeds, and is predicted to reach a top speed of around 130kmph.

Taro GP 1 Special Edition: Taro GP 1 comes with a fully-fanned body. The body is quite similar to MotoGP motorcycles. The fully-faired body is equipped with clip-ons and a spacious tank, and a great windshield. The Taro GP 1 Special Edition is unique in one model, which is not the case with that of the Taro GP 1. Special Edition is an amalgamation with Orange, Black, and white. This combination makes the bike look very like Repsol Honda’s bike. Repsol Honda motorcycle.

It is worth noting that the Taro GP 1 is equipped with an extremely informative instrument cluster, but the instrument cluster is somewhat outdated, since it’s semi-digital. The instrument cluster is equipped with an odometer, trip measurer, a speedometer, the counter for RPM (analog) as well as additional information. The instrument cluster is also equipped with an indicator for the position of the gear in digital format.

The Taro GP 1 Special Edition features a 4-stroke single-cylinder with a 155.2cc engine. This engine runs on liquid cooling and is equipped with an engine carburetor. The engine produces the impressive power of 16BHP at 8500rpm, and 14.5Nm in torque when it is running at around 8000rpm. The torque is moderate however, it kicks in late, which is why the bike is slow in speed compared to other sports bikes in Bangladesh. The bike is expected to get the capacity of about 38kmpl.

Taro GP 1 Special Edition Taro GP 1 Special Edition features a standard multi-plate wet clutch system. The bike doesn’t have any kind of unique clutch, for instance an automatic clutch or a slipper. It is predicted to reach the top speed of about 130 kmph.

Taro GP 1 Sport: Like we said that this Taro GP 1 (Valerio) comes with a very loud exhaust system. The exhaust produces a loud sound that many Bangladeshis want to hear on their motorcycles. Due to the modifications laws of Bangladesh the people are not able to modify their bikes to suit their preferences including those exhausts. The sound that comes from Taro GP 1’s sound Taro GP 1 is in line with the preferences of a majority of riders, and that is the reason why it is no surprise that the Taro GP 1 has gained so much popularity.

Taro GP 1 comes with an entirely fair-looking body. The body is like MotoGP motorcycles. The fully-faired model is equipped with clip-ons, a spacious tank, and an excellent windshield. The bike is available in several colors. The range of colors offered for Taro GP 1 Taro GP 1 are more than what anyone could ever imagine.

It is worth noting that the Taro GP 1 comes with an extremely informative instrument cluster. The instrument cluster includes an odometer, a speedometer and a trip meter. It also has an RPM counter (analog) as well as other important information. The instrument cluster is also equipped with an indicator of the position of the gear that is crucial for all types of riders.

The Taro GP 1 comes with an all-cylinder, single-stroke, with a 155.2cc engine. The engine is liquid-cooled , and comes with the carburetor. The engine produces the power of 16BHP at 8500rpm, and 14.5Nm torque at 8500rpm.

While the power output is powerful, the torque is rather average and comes on quite late. The motorcycle is expected to achieve about 40 kmpl on an average.

The Taro GP 1 has a basic wet multi-plate clutch. But, a slipper-type clutch could have made a huge difference on the motorcycle. This Taro GP 1 comes with the 6-speed gearbox and the bike is able to reach an estimated top speed of around 130kmph.

Taro GP 2: The Taro GP 2 is a sportbike with a full fairing, clips-ons, as well as all the tricks required on a sportbike. The bike comes with clip-ons as well as the seat is split. Front of the bike is equipped with an extended windscreen, which permits the wind to flow over the bike. It’s the Taro G2 as its predecessors, and has a loud exhaust noise. In contrast to the prior version the Taro GP 2 comes with an exhaust system that is located under the seat.

The Taro GP 2 comes with full LED headlights. The LED headlights permit riders to enjoy an unobstructed view of the roadway in the evening. It comes with LED headlights. The bike also comes with LED taillights. They are located on the edges of the exhausts at the rear. The indicators on the bike also have LEDs that give this bike a minimalist appearance.

The Taro GP 2 comes with an extremely detailed instrument cluster. This instrument cluster is completely digital. The instrument cluster displays speed and odo as well as trip, RPM count time, fuel level and many other important indicators. The instrument cluster has all a driver requires and more.

Taro GP 2 comes with an all-cylinder, 4-stroke with a 149.8cc engine. It is liquid-cooled and has an engine carburetor. The engine produces an impressive 16 BHP of power at 8500rpm, and 14.5Nm in torque when it is running at around 8000rpm. Although the power output is powerful, the torque is rather average and comes on quite late. The bike is anticipated to get an average speed of 38 kmpl on average.

Taro GP 2 has a basic wet multi-plate clutch system. The Taro GP 2 comes with a six-speed gearbox and the bike is estimated to have a maximum speed of 130kmph.

Therefore, the countrywide region has a distinct fascination with their beautiful motorcycles.

TARO is a brand new motorcycle in Bangladesh that sources and builds from dedicated Chinese motorcycle manufacturers. The Chinese vendors gather the design of the motorcycle from various sources and then build the bike. They include features based on the design of the base model or according to the requirements of the buyer.

The company in Bangladesh TARO Bangla brought the Valentino 400cc models of The Chinese vendor. The engine however is purchased directly from Lifan Motorbike China. The rest of the components and features are sourced from top-quality suppliers. So, the bikes have attractive looks and high-end features.

Contact: TARO Bangla

Sikder Plaza (1st floor), Sainik Club, Banani,

Dhaka, Bangladesh

Call: 01711-733703

FAQ- Frequently Ask Question

1. Where is Taro from?

Ans- Taro is an Italian motorcycle manufacturer.

2. Is Taro a good motorcycle brand?

Ans- Taro is an ISO and Euro certified company; hence it can be said Taro motorcycles have good quality.

3. What is the mileage of the Taro GP 1 V3?

Ans- The Taro GP 1 V3 has an approximated mileage of around 38kmpl.

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