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QJ Motor reduces price of SRC & SRV bikes by up to INR 40,000 in India

Written by Nizam Shaikh

QJ Motor has announced that the brand has reduced the price of its SRC and SRV bikes in the Indian market. In this new year, the QJ Motor bikes are now upto INR 40,000 cheaper. Three QJ Motor motorcycles namely the SRC 250, the SRC 500 and the SRV 300 are seeing the price cut. The new pricing is effective from 8 January 2024 and is available on all 3 colour offerings on both models. Thanks to the new pricing the three products will have a better value for money in QJ Motor’s product portfolio.

QJ Motor SRC 250, SRC 500 and SRV 300 – New Price

The QJ Motor SRC 250 now comes with an effective ex-showroom price of INR 1.79 lakh. This means that the SRC 250 is now INR 31,000 cheaper than before. The QJ Motor SRC 500 comes with a price tag of INR 2.39 lakh ex-showroom. This makes the motorcycle INR 40,000 more affordable than before. The QJ Motor SRV 300 now comes with a new price tag of INR 3.19 lakh ex-showroom which is INR 40,000 less than before.

QJ Motor SRC 250 and SRC 500 – Overview

The SRC 250 features a roadster design and comes with a 249cc, parallel-twin cylinder engine with oil-cooling. The engine produces 17.4 Hp of power along with 17 Nm peak torque. The motorcycle comes with a 5-speed gearbox. The SRC 500 comes with a cruiser design and gets a 480cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine. The SOHC motor produces 25.5 Hp of power and 36 Nm of torque matched to a 5-speed gearbox.

QJ Motor SRV 300 – Overview

The powercruiser SRV 300 comes with a beefed-up design. The motorcycle also gets a 296cc V-Twin engine with liquid-cooling. The V-Twin motor produces 30.3 Hp of power and 26 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox. With a more affordable price tag, the motorcycle has now become more value for money.

About QJ Motor

QJ Motor or Zhejiang QJ Motor is a Chinese brand by the Geely Group. The brand was established in 1985 and was listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 1999. The brand is now of the few businesses in China to develop premium high-displacement motorcycles. In India, QJ Motor operates under the Adishwar Auto Ride India (AARI) which also runs operations for Moto Morini, Zontes, Benelli and Keeway motorcycles.

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