The QJ Motor SRV 125 has finally made its European market debut. It is a compact cruiser with a 125cc engine, capable of producing 15bhp at 9,500rpm. The small cruiser can reach a speed of more than 97km/h, thanks to its six-speed manual gearbox, which transfers power to the rear tyre. The front brakes have a 280mm disc and a two-piston calliper, and the rear brakes have a 240mm disc and ABS as standard. It has dual shock absorbers with preload adjustment at the rear and a telescopic fork at the front for the suspension. In terms of features, the motorcycle boasts ABS, full-LED lighting, an entirely digital instrument cluster, a USB port, etc. Here are more details regarding its specs and whether this smaller cruiser will mark its entry to India or not.
QJ Motor SRV 125: Design
On the styling side, the QJ Motor SRV 125 mirrors the Harley-Davidson X500 and X350 models. It is possible that Harley-Davidson's partnership with the brand had an impact on the motorcycle's design. The SRV 125 features a single-piece seat and circular headlamp.
The motorcycle also sports LED lighting and an LCD multifunction display with a USB port that shows the speed, engine speed, trip master, fuel level, time, and gear position. According to the Chinese manufacturer, the motorcycle's lower ride height and more neutral seating position than most other cruiser bikes are intended for building more confidence in young riders.
QJ Motor SRV 125: Engine & Features
The SRV 125 packs a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 125cc engine that produces 15bhp of power at 9,500rpm and 12.1Nm of torque at 7,000rpm. Features-wise, the SRV 125 has ABS, full-LED lighting, a completely digital instrument cluster, a USB port, and more. Further, the motorcycle weighs 150kg, and its seat height is 700mm.
QJ Motor SRV 125: Will Come to India?
The Chinese manufacturer has introduced the SRV 125 in the European market at 3,399 Euros (Approximately Rs 3.07 lakh). Although the company has not made any official announcement, it is less likely for the motorcycle to enter our market sometime soon. Its high price for the 125cc segment in our market could be one of the reasons behind its unavailability here.