QJMotor launches four new bikes; prices start at Rs 1.99 lakh

    The SRK 400 is the most expensive QJMotor motorcycle, priced at Rs 3.59 lakh.

    Published On Nov 17, 2022 01:06:00 PM


    QJMotor India pricing.

    QJMotor bikes clockwise from top left: SRK 400, SRC 250, SRV 300 and SRC 500.

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    QJMotor has announced the prices for its Indian line-up, starting at Rs 1.99 lakh for the SRC 250 retro roadster and going up to Rs 3.59 lakh for the SRK 400 sporty naked. All QJMotor models will be sold through the multi-brand Moto Vault dealerships, which currently sell Zontes and Moto Morini models.

    QJMotor India pricing: details

    The smallest and most affordable QJMotor product in India is the SRC 250 retro roadster, priced at Rs 1.99 lakh. While it is powered by an oil-cooled 249cc parallel-twin engine, output figures at 17.4hp and 17 Nm are more akin to something like the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V.

    Next up is the Rs 2.59 lakh SRC 500, which is another retro bike, but one that features a large single-cylinder engine. The air-cooled, 480cc single-cylinder engine is rated for a respectable 25.5hp and 36 Nm, although at 205kg, this is no featherweight machine.

    The next QJMotor product is the Rs 3.49 lakh SRV 300 cruiser, powered by a liquid-cooled 296cc V-Twin engine making 30.3hp and 26 Nm. These figures are nearly identical to another Chinese cruiser, the Keeway V302C. Interestingly, the Keeway is Rs 40,000 dearer to the QJMotor offering.

    Finally, the most expensive product that QJMotor retails in India is the SRK 400 sporty naked, which is priced at Rs 3.59 lakh. Powered by a liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine displacing 400cc and pushing out a respectable 40.9hp and 37 Nm, it is the most powerful QJMotor offering on sale in India currently. The SRK 400’s output figures place it squarely in the crosshairs of the popular KTM 390 Duke. 

    For more information on the specifications and features of the QJMotor offerings, click here.

    All prices mentioned are ex-showroom, Delhi.

    Would you go for QJMotor products over other Chinese brands and more established products in the Indian market? Let us know in the comments section below.

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