Northern two-wheeled stalwarts will introduce QJMotor SRK 600 naked streetfighter locally very soon.
MForce Bike Holdings is poised to introduce the QJMotor brand officially very soon.
First on offer will be the aggressively stylish and well-endowed QJmotor SRK 600 streetfighter.
Essentially, this is a next-gen Benelli TNT 600 in a different outfit.
Liquid-cooled 4-cylinder promises 60.5HP and will feature assist and slipper clutch as well.
Other highlights include KYB suspension, Brembo brakes, 5-inch TFT screen, keyless ignition, and more.
MForce Bike Holdings Sdn Bhd (MForce Bike Holdings) has been on a roll of late. The assembler and distributor of multiple brands have grown rapidly over the years, with the very latest effort being last week when it launched the Moto Morini brand. Soon, the firm will introduce yet another – QJMotor.
Last October, MForce Bike Holdings announced that it has taken up the mantle as the local distributor for the QJMotor brand – the firm already has an existing relationship with its parent company Qianjiang Group as the local assemblers and distributors of its Benelli brand.
The firm will reportedly launch the QJMotor SRK 600 naked streetfighter first. When this will happen remains uncertain but, given the rather positive reception of MForce Bike Holding’s recent Moto Morini launch, we’re certain this will take place sooner rather than later.
Essentially, the QJMotor SRK 600 is a Benelli TNT 600 in a different outfit, albeit a very stylish and aggressive one at that. The SRK 600 features a steel trellis frame chassis with a magnesium-aluminum swingarm attached and brimmed with KYB-sourced fuzzies plus Brembo anchors all around.
At the heart of the QJMotor SRK, 600 is a liquid-cooled 600cc in-line four-cylinder with 16 valves, promising a respectable 80.5HP claimed output. Also promised in the powertrain is an assist and slipper clutch module, which should see this streetfighter stack up well against pricier offerings.
Elsewhere, the QJMotor SRK 600 is expected to feature a host of premium amenities too, including keyless ignition, a 5-inch TFT full-color digital dash, as well as all-LED lighting. And, despite its aggressive styling ala Kawasaki Z1000, there’s the promise of comfort ergo and riding position too.
As reported, no launch dates were disclosed as yet, but we can expect MForce Bike Holdings to announce the QJMotor SRK 600 soon enough. Also, given the firm’s knack for it, we can also likely expect a tempting price tag too.