Adishwar Auto Ride India have announced the pricing for the SRC 250 and SRC 500 (Classic model line), followed by the Cruise Happy SRV 300 and the Street Naked Sportster SRK 400.
Adishwar Auto Ride India Pvt. Ltd. recently announced their collaboration with Moto Morini and Zontes. Going forward, the brand will also manufacture and distribute QJ Motor’s product range in India. All three brands will be sold through the recently announced multi-brand dealership, Moto Vault.
Zhejiang QJ Motor Co Ltd was established in 1985 and belongs to the Geely Group. The company is currently focusing on the development and production of crucial parts for new energy vehicles while continuing to grow its primary business of manufacturing motorcycles. The premium offerings come from the house of recently launched international brand ‘QJ Motor’, which is currently present across more than 130 countries and is known for its engineering and technological advancements. Down below are the specifications of the motorcycle range from QJ Motors.
The SRC 250 offers a nostalgic experience unlike any other and features a timeless aesthetic. The 249-cc, four-valve, in-line two-cylinder engine is coupled to a five-speed transmission and generates 17.4 hp at 8,000 rpm and 17 Nm at 6,000 rpm. Safety is taken care of by the 280-mm (front) and 240-mm (rear) disc brakes with dual-channel ABS, while ride quality is managed by the telescopic front suspension and adjustable rear shocks. Features include a 14-litre fuel tank, an LCD console with an attached USB charger, and a long, flat seat for the added comfort of the pillion. SRC 250 will be available in three colours; silver, red and black for the price range of Rs 1.99 lakh to Rs 2.10 lakh (ex-showroom).
Everywhere you go, the SRC 500 will be noticed for its classic yet exquisite appearance. The 480-cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine is capable of 36 Nm of peak torque at 4,250 rpm along with 25.5 hp at 5,750 rpm. Disc brakes at either end are supplemented with the safety of dual-channel ABS. Additional features include a 15.5-litre fuel tank, dual instrument pods with full LCD displays, and a comfortable seat for the rider and passenger. SRC 500 will be available in three colours; silver black, gold black and red white for the price range of Rs 2.69 lakh to Rs 2.79 lakh (ex-showroom).
With its attractive body lines and 296-cc, liquid-cooled, V-Twin motor that is calibrated to produce 26 Nm of peak torque at 5,000 rpm and 30.3 hp at 9,000 rpm, the butch-looking SRV 300 is ready to rule the roost. Dual-channel ABS is used in conjunction with a 280-mm front and 240-mm rear disc brake to control braking. With a sure-footed sensation at high speeds, the USD front fork and oil-damped rear shocks guarantee that you are always in control of your ride. A 13.5-litre gasoline tank, LED illumination, dual exhaust pipes, tubeless tyres and other features are included. The SRV 300 will be available in four colours; green, orange, red and black from the price range of Rs 3.49 lakh to Rs 3.59 lakh (ex-showroom).
The SRK 400 is a sportster built for the city with chiselled body lines and an aggressive attitude. At 9,000 rpm, the 400-cc, liquid-cooled, in-line, two-cylinder engine is calibrated to produce an exhilarating 40.9 hp while 37 Nm of peak torque is generated at 7,500 rpm. With dual-channel ABS, the front 260-mm twin discs and the rear 240-mm disc one should be able to handle emergency scenarios well. Features include a 13.5-litre fuel tank, split seats, TFT colour display, dual LED projector headlights with LED DRLs, and more. SRK 400 will be available in three colours; white, red and black for the price range of Rs 3.59 lakh to Rs 3.69 lakh (ex-showroom).
For all four variants, bookings begin at Rs 10,000. The items will only be offered for sale at Moto Vault dealerships, an exclusive chain of multi-brand superbike showrooms in India.
Story: Vaibhav Kashyap
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