- Gets café racer styling
- Powered by a 554cc, parallel-twin engine
- Could be launched in India
QJ Motors has taken the wraps off the SRV 550 for international markets. The motorcycle comes with a neo-retro café racer styling accentuated by its bulbous headlamp cowl.
The rest of the SRV 550 comprises of minimal styling while the tan brown single-seat and flyscreen amplifies its retro appeal. And unlike most big bikes in the Chinese brand’s range, the SRV 550 is adorned in dual-tone paint. QJ Motors is offering the motorcycle in three colours- black, gray and blue. Now, powering the SRV 550 is a 554cc, parallel-twin engine that is capable of producing 47bhp and 52Nm. This unit is mounted to the tubular steel frame and is also used in the rest of the QJ Motor 550 range.
That said, the QJ SRV 550 rides on 17-inchers at both ends with road-biased tyres. Suspension duties are taken care of by 41mm inverted forks up front and a preload-adjustable monoshock at the rear. While the motorcycle is aesthetic and packs in good numbers, with a kerb weight of 193kg, it is not the lightest in its class.
QJ Motor is expected to launch the SRV 550 in other markets soon and is also likely to bring the motorcycle to India sometime this year.