7 Best Value-for-Money bike for 2015 in Malaysia – does these bike worth your every cent?

BMW F 800 R - RM46,888 (OTR excluding insurance)
BMW F 800 R – RM46,888 (OTR excluding insurance)

7. 2015 BMW F 800 R – RM46,888 (OTR excluding insurance)

The price for anything BMW is never low. This F 800 R breaks that tradition and can be your entry to BMW exciting bikes at RM46,888.

Engine: Inline-2, 4-valve, DOHC

Power: 87hp @ 8,000RPM

Torque: 86Nm @ 6,000RPM

2015 Kawasaki Z250SL - RM15,389 (basic)
2015 Kawasaki Z250SL – RM15,739 (basic)

6. 2015 Kawasaki Z250SLRM15,739 (basic excluding reg, road tax and ins)

A great model expansion from the KLX250 based engine to a naked street bike. Comes with high quality standard as usual from Kawasaki and proven high reliablity KLX250 motard engine. Lowest price in the category so far (not including the China, Taiwan brand).


Engine: Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke 1 Cylinder DOHC

Power: 28hp @ 9,700RPM

Torque: 22.6Nm @ 8,200RPM  

 

2015 Aprilia Shiver 750 - RM43,888 (basic)
2015 Aprilia Shiver 750 – RM43,888 (basic)

5. 2014 Aprilia Shiver 750 – RM43,888 (basic not incl. reg, road tax and ins)

A perfect entry to Italian steed. Aprilia has been a great manufacturer that produce a lot of interesting bikes with a design that exudes power. We just love how the Aprilia RSV4 and Tuono design works. For the most value, we pick the Shiver 750.

Engine: V-Twin 90° 749.9cc, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, DOHC

Power: 95hp @ 9,000RPM

Torque: 81Nm @ 7,000RPM

2014 Honda CB650F - RM39,999 (basic)
2014 Honda CB650F – RM39,999 (basic)

4. 2014 Honda CB650F – RM39,999 (basic excluding reg, road tax and ins)

Honda says that this is ‘your entry to Honda’s inline-four’. We agree with that statement. This is the only inline-four from Honda since 2000 to be priced at this level. How good is inline-four? Well, they say the more the merrier. We kind of agree too. But, some also agree that maintenance is not going to be cheap.

Engine: 649cc inline-four, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, 4-valve

Power: 81.8hp (61kW) @ 9,500RPM

Torque: 63Nm @ 8,000RPM

2012 Yamaha 125ZR GP Edition - RM7,700 OTR
2012 Yamaha 125ZR GP Edition – RM7,700 OTR

3. 2012 Yamaha 125ZR GP Edition – RM7,700 (OTR)

Highest performing moped in 125cc available in the market today. 16 years in production already since 1999. No other bikes have ever come close to beat this guy in terms of price, looks and performance. Practical too. 6-speed. Oooohhh.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 124.7cc 2-stroke, reed-valve

Power: 17.17hp @ 8,000RPM

Torque: 16.1Nm @ 7,500RPM

Modenas MR1 - RM3,300 (basic)
Modenas MR1 – RM3,300 (basic)

2. 2011 Modenas MR1 – RM3,300 (basic not incl. reg, road tax and ins)

Said to be the ‘Motosikal Rakyat’ or the people’s bike, this bike has been priced as low as it can get. At RM3,300 for a 100cc bike that comes with electric-starter, this is a basic bike that perfect for most of us.

Engine: 1-cylinder, 97.2cc SOHC

Power: unspecified but as long as it can move okay la

Torque: unknown

2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 - RM153,900 (basic)
2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 – RM153,900 (basic)

1. 2015 Kawasaki Ninja H2 – RM153,900 (basic not incl. reg, road tax and ins)

We said value-for-money, not cheap. Yes, this is the ultimate value-for-money bike. You’ll get the technological prowess from the Kawasaki Heavy Industries that is built beyond belief. So far, this is the supercharged bike you can buy today. Specially tuned Kayaba suspension makes it handles better. MotoGP and F1 derived dog-ring transmission is the only transmission that can handles the power of it. Cheaper than RC213V-S and 1199 Superleggera. So, we bravely say again, this is a value-for-money bike if you are going to spend RM153,900.

Engine: Supercharged, Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, Inline-4 Cylinder DOHC

Power: 200PS

Torque: unknown

 

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