Kawasaki Vulcan has been a popular choice for riders who are looking for easy-rider bike in 1980s with the model VN750 produced from 1985 until 2006. In US, there is the availability of VN700, since there is the tariff restriction of bikes from Japan to be marketed there.
Suzuki pulled the wraps off its new GSX-S1000 and GSX-S1000F models at the opening of this year’s International Motorcycle Show in Cologne, Germany, as the Japanese manufacturer unveiled several new models and updates that will form part of its 2015 model range.
The product concept behind Suzuki’s new super-naked was to provide the spirit of GSX-R in a naked streetbike chassis. Designed for nimble and agile handling, the GSX-S1000 features an all-new frame and utilises engine design and characteristics from the iconic GSX-R1000 K5, famed for its low-down torque and mid-range power.
Kok Cheng Motor already gets the stock of the Honda’s entry-level to inline-four, the CB650F. There are two colours available at the moment, grey and white. CB650F is one of the interesting bike from Honda since it features inline-four engine at the time where many manufacturers are looking for downsizing their bike lineup to less number of cylinders to keep the price low. Honda are able to produce inline-four bike and the same time, makes its available for the masses with a very competitive pricing. Continue reading “2014 Honda CB650F already available in dealers shop – RM39,999 basic”
That is a very long title that I have to write. Yes, the rumors are correct and indeed the 2014 Honda CBR250R dual headlight has finally landed to Malaysia. Most of the changes are cosmetics like the obvious use of the dual headlight compared to the 2011 Honda CBR250R that use single headlight. This design follows the design of the headlight of the CBR1000RR. In Indonesia, the CBR250R gains few optimization on the intake airflow and new exhaust muffler design of the 1-cylinder 249cc DOHC MC41 engine with the bore and stroke dimension of 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm that maxes out 29ps at 9,000RPM with the torque rated at 23Nm at 7,300RPM. For Malaysia version, we can’t confirm about this changes since we are not able to get the official technical specification yet, but since this CBR250R is Asean CKD in Thailand, we think it should carry the same specs like the Indonesian and Thai version.
We have been waiting for the CBR250R for a while now since it has been launched earlier in Thailand and Indonesia. It is just about time that we are going to get this. The engine are still the same from the 2011 Honda CBR250R MC41 engine but few optimization has been made on the intake airflow and new exhaust muffler design. The 1-cylinder 249cc DOHC engine with the bore and stroke dimension of 76.0 mm x 55.0 mm are now able to maxes out 29ps at 9,000RPM with the torque rated at 23Nm at 7,300RPM. The one thing that can be noted here is that the fuel efficiency has also increased to 50.1km/l. Tank capacity is 13l, so, this means that you can go 651.3km with every fuel tank, theoritically. Continue reading “2014 Honda CB650F, CBR650F and CBR250R are coming to Malaysia very soon – 2 days before Ramadhan?”