Chinese motorcycle manufacturer QJMotor has the QJ600GS in its lineup, a ‘naked’ motorcycle with a 600cc in-line 4-cylinder engine.
First of all, for those who don’t know, QJMotor is one of the biggest motorcycle manufacturers in China, and owns Benelli, Keeway and KSR, well-known brands in Europe.
The QJMotor QJ600GS (also known as SRK 600) is a motorcycle that competes mainly with the Honda CB 650R, with a very aggressive design (the headlight reminds a lot of the Kawasaki Z1000).
Anyone who thinks they saved on this bike is wrong: see the main highlights below.
It has a steel trellis chassis and an aluminum magnesium alloy rear swingarm. The front suspension is an upside-down KYB. Brake calipers are from Brembo (front and rear) with radial mounting at the front, equipped with Bosch ABS.
There are two 320 mm discs at the front and a single 260 mm at the rear. The tires have the following measurements: 120/70-17 at the front and 180/55-17 at the rear.
In addition, it features a Smart Keyless Ignition System, Full-LED lighting, USB port on the console for charging and a 5-inch 100% digital color TFT panel.
The QJMotor QJ600GS features a liquid-cooled 600 cm³ DOHC 16V in-line 4-cylinder engine, that is capable of generating up to 60kW (80HP) of maximum power at 11,000 rpm and 55 Nm (5.6 kgfm) of torque at 8,000 rpm.
The gearshift is 6-speed and has an assist and slip clutch. The fuel tank capacity is 12.5 liters.
Anyway, for those who like 4 cylinders, this bike can be an option. As QJMotor owns Benelli, maybe will hit stores in Europe, but there is no forecast.