- The current portfolio ranges from 250cc to 500cc
- All bikes will be brought as CKD products
- Price and other details to be revealed soon
Chinese two-wheeler manufacturer, QJ Motors, has made its India debut. Adishwar Auto Ride India has launched the brand here and for its first set of offerings, QJ Motors has unveiled four bikes: SRC 250, SRC 500, SRV 300, and SRK 400. Let’s take a look at what the new entrants have to offer.
The SRC 250 is the smallest offering of the entire lot and features an old-school design. It gets a round headlight, single pod instrument console, and single-piece seat with a tubular grab rail. It houses a 249cc, twin-cylinder mill that dishes out 17.5bhp and 16.5Nm. The motor is mated to a five-speed gearbox. For its hardware, the SRC 250 gets a telescopic front fork, dual rear springs, a 280mm front disc, and a 240mm rear disc. The latter is mounted on a set of 18-inch front and 15-inch rear spoked wheels.
Next, the SRV 300. It’s a cruiser offering powered by a 296cc, V-twin engine belting out 30bhp and 26Nm. It’s mated to a six-speed gearbox. The SRV 300 looks quite muscular with its walnut-shaped fuel tank, large rear fender, and bulky exhaust. It rides on USD front forks and dual rear springs. Meanwhile, the braking hardware consists of a 280mm front and 240mm rear disc with ABS. The SRV 300 is equipped with 120/80-16 front and 150/80-15 rear wheels.
The SRK 400 is the only sporty offering as of now for the entire lot. It sports sharp bodywork, which is likely to entice younger buyers. So, it packs dual LED projectors, LED DRLs, a TFT screen, and backlit switchgear. Powering the Chinese streetfighter is a 400cc inline twin with the output rated at 40.9bhp and 37Nm. It’s mated to a six-speed gearbox. The SRK400 gets USD front forks, monoshock, dual 260mm front discs, and 240mm rear disc with dual-channel ABS.
Lastly, the SRC 500. Similar to the SRC 250, the 500 is also a retro-offering. It gets a round headlight with an LCD above. QJ Motor has equipped the SRC500 with a ribbed seat and a tubular grab rail on the sides. Moreover, this bike also gets a decent amount of chrome on the mirrors, exhaust, and a few other bits. It’s powered by a 480cc single-cylinder air-cooled motor developing 25.5bhp and 36Nm. Its suspension setup includes telescopic front forks and dual rear shocks.
As of now, QJ Motor has only unveiled the four bikes and we expect the pricing, bookings, and other details to be out soon.