Auto Expo 2023: MBP M502N, C1002V showcased

    The C1002V cruiser is powered by a 997cc V-Twin engine.

    Published On Jan 12, 2023 05:50:00 PM


    MBP M502N naked bike, C1002V cruiser shown at Auto Expo 2023.
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    Italian by origin but Chinese by ownership, MBP (Moto Bologna Passione), has showcased two products at Auto Expo 2023 – the M502N naked bike and the C1002V cruiser.

    1. 46.9hp, 45Nm parallel-twin engine on M502N
    2. C1002V gets a V-twin engine, aluminium alloy frame

    MBP M502N, C1002V showcased at Auto Expo 2023: details

    The MBP M502N is powered by a liquid-cooled, 486cc, parallel-twin engine making 46.9hp at 8,500rpm and 45Nm at 6,750rpm, and comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension is courtesy of KYB with a preload-adjustable fork and monoshock. J.Juan supplies the twin disc brakes at the front and the single disc at the rear, which are mated to dual-channel ABS. The MBP M502N runs on cast alloy rims shod with Pirelli Angel GT tyres sized 120/70-ZR17 at the front and 160/60-ZR17 at the rear. The seat height is a manageable 790mm and the M502N weighs 198kg (dry).

    Alongside the M502N naked, the company also unveiled the C1002V cruiser, which is powered by a liquid-cooled, 997cc V-Twin engine that sends power to the rear wheel via a belt final drive. It gets an aluminium alloy frame, a projector LED headlight and a 5.0-inch TFT dash. Suspension is supplied by KYB at both ends and the C1002V cruiser also gets dual-channel ABS.

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