The Cleveland Ace Deluxe is the first offering from CCW in India and is a retro-styled quarter-litre offering. The bike is assembled at the CCW India's facility in Wakdewadi, Maharashtra and is set to take on the offerings from Royal Enfield and the upcoming bikes from Jawa Motorcycles. The new bike is powered by 229 cc engine and boasts of compact dimensions and a light kerb weight of 133 kg. The CCW Ace Deluxe is priced at Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom, Introductory) and is on sale across the company's dealerships.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Design
The CCW Ace Deluxe falls in the category of a modern classic and the design details are by the book. You see a round headlamp unit with a chrome bezel, 14-litre tear-drop shaped fuel tank and a flat leatherette finished single-seat. The bike is a mix of classic and scrambler styling, which gives a slightly rugged appeal. Furthermore, the Ace Deluxe comes with a blacked out frame and engine, twin pod instrument console, flat handlebar, and retro-styled mudguards for the old school charm. The CCW Ace impresses with its retro styling and can work as a canvas for anyone looking to further personalise the motorcycle.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Dimensions
The Cleveland Ace Deluxe measures 2120 mm in length, 830 mm in width and 1100 mm in height. The wheelbase measures 1335 mm. The overall dimensions are similar to that of a 125 cc motorcycle, while the wheelbase is slightly longer. The seat height is quite low at 760 mm, which will be appreciated by shorter riders. The Cleveland Ace Deluxe for India rides on 17-inch wire-spoked wheels with CEAT tyres. The bike weighs a light 133 kg (kerb). The ground clearance is a low 155 mm on the Ace Deluxe.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Engine
The Cleveland Ace Deluxe is powered by a 229 cc single-cylinder, carburetted engine that is tuned for 15 bhp at 7000 rpm and 16 Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm. The motor is derived from the Honda CG series and is paired with a 5 speed gearbox. Power comes from 2500 rpm all the way to 5000 rpm, while the motor feels out of breath at 7000 rpm.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Handling And Braking
The CCW Ace Deluxe uses 38 mm Upside Down forks at the front with 110 mm travel, while the rear gets twin shock absorbers with 90 mm travel. The setup works well in absorbing most undulations on tarmac while being stiff enough to feel confident around a bend. Stopping power is impressive on the Ace Deluxe with the 298 mm single disc, dual-piston calipers up front and a 210 mm single disc with a single-piston caliper at the rear. The front unit offers strong and progressive braking, and is complemented by the unit at the rear. There is no ABS on offer at present on the CCW Ace but will be added by next year.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Fuel Efficiency
The Cleveland Ace Deluxe has a claimed fuel efficiency of 30 kmpl and comes with a 14 litre fuel tank.
Cleveland Ace Deluxe Price
The Cleveland Ace Deluxe's price in India starts at Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom, introductory), and is restricted to the first200 orders. The bike maker also retails the CCW Misfit in India as its second offering. The new Ace Deluxe will be taking in on the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the new Jawa in its price segment with six dealerships operational.