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November 16, 2015: LML Freedom registered itself as a one of the bestselling 110cc motorcycles in the country after re-entering in the country back in 2013. The refreshed variant of the bike features the same 110cc, four-stroke engine that was employed in its older version. LML is offering this bike in two variants namely LS and DX. The LS variant comes in two colors, Ocean Blue and Flaming Red while the DX variant comes in Moon Silver and Champagne Gold. The bike is priced at Rs. 46 Read more...
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LML Freedom was one of the company’s only bike on sale that was once a show stopper in country’s 110cc bike segment. The bike has been relaunched and is available at the dealerships once again with slight enhancements here and there. With the re-entry of the machine, the U.P. based manufacturer is looking for a good market share in this segment.
It is powered by an 110cc, single cylinder, four stroke engine, which comes linked to a four-speed transmission system. The mill generates 8.5bhp of power at 7750 rpm along with 8.5Nm of torque at 5000 rpm. The two-valve 110cc engine comes to life with an easy electric and kick start. Besides this, it uses a CDI ignition system with throttle control switch.
The bike is constructed on a unique T-control frame with a tubular structure. It runs on a 2.75”x18” front and 3.00”x18” rear tyres with elegant black alloy wheels. Furthermore, the manufacturer has configured it with a suspension system that comprises of 100 mm stroke hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and 5-step adjustable chrome plated helical springs and hydraulic dampers at the rear. Braking duties are carried out by Drum brakes at front and rear ends, respectively.
Talking about body dynamics, the bike receives its appearances majorly from the previous version. Its front fascia has been given a facelift incorporating a stylish triangular headlamp with twin pilot lamps. A dual tone seat and a chrome plated silencer is also fitted in the bike that provides it an improved look. The bike features a fuel tank of 12.25-liter capacity along with a reserve capacity of 1 liter.
The motorcycle houses a unique side stand with a gear lock mechanism. It is fitted as a safety element as it does not allow the rider to shift gear unless the side stand is removed. The restyled version of the bike equipped with a pass-by switch that was not seen in the previous version. It has come with an overall dimension of 2010 mm in length, 725 mm in width, 1080 mm in height along with a 1235 mm of wheelbase, giving it a handsome stance. It has a minimum ground clearance of 165mm and its seat height up to 820 mm. Its total kerb weight sums up 119kg.
LML Freedom sports a sharp headlamp profile which comes fitted with twin pilot lamps to give a predacious look in dark and looks surprising. The bike has a neatly chiseled and edgy fuel tank that provides a good riding position and gives some broad shoulders to the machine. Furthermore, the side body panels of the bike have been coated in a matte black color that looks amazing. Talking about the rear, it sports a black colored body grab rail that looks superior and improves the bike’s visuals.
The tail lamp area is designed trapezoidally which offers it a lavish appearance in the dark. It is wrapped in an all-black theme which makes it look like a high-end two wheeler. It comes with an overall measurement of 2010 mm in length, 725 mm in width, 1080 mm in height, that give it an essential stance in public. A wheelbase of 1235 mm ensures an agile handling in all conditions whereas a minimum ground clearance of 165mm promises a commendable stability around the corners. The instrument cluster consists of an analogue speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with the usual telltale lights.
LML Freedom propelled by an 110cc, single cylinder, four stroke engine that comes linked to a four-speed, constant mesh gearbox. The mill generates a net power of 8.5 bhp at 7750 rpm along with a maximum torque of 8.5 Nm at 5000 rpm. It has a compression ratio of 9.0+0.5:1 mm and a bore x stroke ratio of 53 mm x 49.5 mm. With this management, the bike reaches a top speed of 95 kmph and returns a decent combined fuel economy of 60 kmpl in standard conditions.
The bike progress on 2.75 X18, -4PR/4P front and 3.00 X 18, 6PR/52P rear tyres that are fitted over modish black alloy wheels. Furthermore, it's suspension system includes 100 mm stroke hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and 5-step adjustable chrome plated helical springs and hydraulic dampers at the rear. The stopping power is provided by reliable drum brakes at the front as well as rear that works very well in enormous approach.
LML Freedom comes fitted with a bright 12V-35/35W halogen headlight at the front that offers a steady beam of light even under low rpm conditions. The twin rear view mirrors done their duty very well by keeping the rider aware and alert of other vehicles on the road and reduces the chance of any mishap. Apart from this, the bike gets a unique side stand with gear lock mechanism which allows the rider to shift gears only if the side stand is removed. The maintenance free battery cuts down on maintenance costs and proves pocket-friendly. All these characteristics make it reliable and trustworthy companion that fits in well for daily commuting purposes.