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China’s QJ Motor comes to India with a powerful cruiser bike based on Harley Davidson

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QJ Motor, one of the most popular bike makers in neighboring China, has already arrived at the doorsteps of India. In other words, it is believed that the competition between motorcycle companies in the market of this country will become more extreme. In the first phase, QJ Motor has brought here four international models – SRC 250, SRC 500, SRV 300 and SRK 400, All these bikes will be sold through multi-brand franchisee Moto Volt. And Adiswar Auto Ride India will handle the sales and distribution across the country. All the bikes will be assembled on Indian soil.

The most attractive and cruiser motorcycle among the four models is the SRV 300. Which is very similar to Tarley Davidson. There are notch fenders at the front of the bike. Also the tear drop shaped fuel tank, round headlights, black colored engine and exhaust pipes are quite attractive. Though the bike has a pair of pedals, it has very little rear seating.

Handling the suspension duties are USD forks at the front and twin shock absorbers at the rear. Also, 280 mm and 240 mm disc brakes have been given on the front and rear wheels respectively. The SRV 300 model measures 2110 mm in length, 850 mm in width and 1100 mm in height. The length of its wheel base is 1400 meters. And the ground clearance is 140mm.

The fuel tank of the bike has an oil capacity of 13.5 liters. Weight 164 kg. And the seat height is 700mm. There are 16-inch wheels at the front and 15-inch wheels at the rear. 120/80 and 150/80 section tires are used on the front and rear wheels. Dual channel ABS is available as an additional safety feature.

Powering the SRV 300 cruiser is a 296 cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine. This SOHC technology engine has four valves. It is capable of producing a maximum power of 30.3 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and a maximum torque of 26 Nm at 5,000 rpm. Comes with a six-speed transmission system. The price of QJ Motor SRV 300 will be announced next month.







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