Chinese Manufacturer QJ Motor Updates the SRV 700 Flash Cruiser

Chinese Manufacturer QJ Motor Updates the SRV 700 Flash Cruiser

When it comes to the introduction of new models, QJ Motor is one of the world’s most innovative manufacturers. It is not surprising that this massive manufacturer of motorcycles has access to so many resources given its affiliation with the Geely Group. More than ever, it’s obvious that QJ Motor is speeding up the introduction of new models in an effort to establish itself as a major player on the international scene.

By prominently displaying its logo in the MotoGP paddocks, QJ Motor has made a significant entry into the world of motorsports. The colors of QJ Motor are prominently displayed on race bikes for all to see as the primary sponsor of the Gresini Racing Moto2 team. However, QJ Motor is undoubtedly preparing to expand its market presence globally as it gains notoriety in the racing industry.

The new and updated SRV 700 Flash, also known as the Flash 700 in the Chinese market, is one of the most recent models in the lineup of the Chinese manufacturer. The 700cc platform from QJ Motor is variable, as is the case with the majority of other producers, in that it is used on a variety of models. The SRK 700, a naked version of the SRV 700, and the SRT 700 Enduro adventure bike are additional options. These bikes compete in terms of performance with Kawasaki’s 650 cc range and Yamaha’s 700 cc models with CP2 engines.

The SRV 700 has a twin-cylinder, 693 cc liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine with a similar architecture to that of another Chinese producer, CFMOTO. It is undoubtedly a bike that exudes confidence with 77 horsepower and 65 Nm of torque. The bike’s frame is a typical steel frame with a rear monoshock placed to the right side of the bike. The bike has dual-channel ABS with dual front disc brakes and a single rear disc, and the front suspension is made up of an inverted fork. Front and rear wheels on the bicycle measure 16 inches.

It’s interesting that QJ Motor is offering two different versions of the SRV 700 Flash: one with chain drive and one with belt drive. It is still unclear whether both models will go on sale at the same time or whether they will target different markets. With this, we are looking at a “cruiser” bike that is quite affordable in terms of performance and dimensions, as it weighs 208 kg.

In 2023, QJ Motor plans to introduce the SRV 700 Flash to the European market. The bike is currently on the market in China. But if and when it does, we can anticipate that it will retail for around €7,000. The Kawasaki Vulcan S, which costs about 9,000 euros, is one model that the QJ Motor SRV 700 Flash is likely to be a very alluring substitute for given this price range.


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