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THE QJ MOTOR SRV 550 HAS ARRIVED IN EUROPE.

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THE QJ MOTOR SRV 550 HAS ARRIVED IN EUROPE. For 6,699 euros, you can have a Modern Classic with 550 cc. That's true, the Leoncino 500 is the first A2-compliant vintage bike on the European market, thanks to the Benelli and QJ Motor partnership. Why does the QJ Motors SRV 550 remain a viable option? The long-stroke QJ has a larger bore and stroke (70.5mm x 71.0mm) than the short-stroke Benelli twin, increasing the displacement from 500 to 554cc and providing over 10% greater torque (69.0mm x 66.8mm ). The SRV has 51 Nm, whilst the Leoncino has 46 Nm. At 35 kilowatts (47.6 horsepower), the top output remains A2-compliant.  Engine, Price, Range:  Aside from the steel frame's substantially larger and more powerful twin, the price is a notable difference from the sister firm Leoncino: the QJ Motor importer claims 6,699 euros for the German market. The Benelli costs 500 euros extra. What am I going to get in exchange for that? As previously stated, a larger engine produces more power while consuming nearly the same amount of fuel (4.2 litres), with a 16-liter tank providing a theoretical range of 383 kilometres. A stylish cockpit with two LC screens, one with a gear indication, and a USB port near the handlebars is also included. The rest of the electronic equipment in the class is standard.     Comfort:  The QJ Motor SRV 550 has a pleasant and stable character, according to the chassis data. On paper, the seat height of 785 millimetres, the 1,440 millimetre wheelbase, and the trail of 120 millimetres are far from nervous. Furthermore, the SRV 550's weight of 206 kilogrammes with a full tank, which is not particularly low for a 550, paints a strong picture of the vehicle. The plush-looking passenger seat, as well as the continuous seat bench, emphasise this. The front brakes are double radial, while the rear brakes are single radial, with two 320 discs up front and a 260 disc at the rear, as well as ABS.  The QJ Motor SRV 550's main advantage is, of course, its engine. It has 54 cubic inches more displacement than the sister manufacturer Leoncino's equivalent engine and, as a result, produces much more torque. The maximum peak power is 35 kilowatts. Not only is the engine larger, but the entire SRV appears to be more mature than the 500 Benelli. This is reflected in the weight and price: the QJ will be available from dealers in July for 6,669 euros, and on paper, it appears to be a good deal.

THE QJ MOTOR SRV 550 HAS ARRIVED IN EUROPE.
For 6,699 euros, you can have a Modern Classic with 550 cc.

That’s true, the Leoncino 500 is the first A2-compliant vintage bike on the European market, thanks to the Benelli and QJ Motor partnership. Why does the QJ Motors SRV 550 remain a viable option? The long-stroke QJ has a larger bore and stroke (70.5mm x 71.0mm) than the short-stroke Benelli twin, increasing the displacement from 500 to 554cc and providing over 10% greater torque (69.0mm x 66.8mm ). The SRV has 51 Nm, whilst the Leoncino has 46 Nm. At 35 kilowatts (47.6 horsepower), the top output remains A2-compliant.

Engine, Price, Range:

Aside from the steel frame’s substantially larger and more powerful twin, the price is a notable difference from the sister firm Leoncino: the QJ Motor importer claims 6,699 euros for the German market. The Benelli costs 500 euros extra. What am I going to get in exchange for that? As previously stated, a larger engine produces more power while consuming nearly the same amount of fuel (4.2 litres), with a 16-liter tank providing a theoretical range of 383 kilometres. A stylish cockpit with two LC screens, one with a gear indication, and a USB port near the handlebars is also included. The rest of the electronic equipment in the class is standard.
THE QJ MOTOR SRV 550 HAS ARRIVED IN EUROPE. For 6,699 euros, you can have a Modern Classic with 550 cc. That's true, the Leoncino 500 is the first A2-compliant vintage bike on the European market, thanks to the Benelli and QJ Motor partnership. Why does the QJ Motors SRV 550 remain a viable option? The long-stroke QJ has a larger bore and stroke (70.5mm x 71.0mm) than the short-stroke Benelli twin, increasing the displacement from 500 to 554cc and providing over 10% greater torque (69.0mm x 66.8mm ). The SRV has 51 Nm, whilst the Leoncino has 46 Nm. At 35 kilowatts (47.6 horsepower), the top output remains A2-compliant.  Engine, Price, Range:  Aside from the steel frame's substantially larger and more powerful twin, the price is a notable difference from the sister firm Leoncino: the QJ Motor importer claims 6,699 euros for the German market. The Benelli costs 500 euros extra. What am I going to get in exchange for that? As previously stated, a larger engine produces more power while consuming nearly the same amount of fuel (4.2 litres), with a 16-liter tank providing a theoretical range of 383 kilometres. A stylish cockpit with two LC screens, one with a gear indication, and a USB port near the handlebars is also included. The rest of the electronic equipment in the class is standard.     Comfort:  The QJ Motor SRV 550 has a pleasant and stable character, according to the chassis data. On paper, the seat height of 785 millimetres, the 1,440 millimetre wheelbase, and the trail of 120 millimetres are far from nervous. Furthermore, the SRV 550's weight of 206 kilogrammes with a full tank, which is not particularly low for a 550, paints a strong picture of the vehicle. The plush-looking passenger seat, as well as the continuous seat bench, emphasise this. The front brakes are double radial, while the rear brakes are single radial, with two 320 discs up front and a 260 disc at the rear, as well as ABS.  The QJ Motor SRV 550's main advantage is, of course, its engine. It has 54 cubic inches more displacement than the sister manufacturer Leoncino's equivalent engine and, as a result, produces much more torque. The maximum peak power is 35 kilowatts. Not only is the engine larger, but the entire SRV appears to be more mature than the 500 Benelli. This is reflected in the weight and price: the QJ will be available from dealers in July for 6,669 euros, and on paper, it appears to be a good deal.


Comfort:

The QJ Motor SRV 550 has a pleasant and stable character, according to the chassis data. On paper, the seat height of 785 millimetres, the 1,440 millimetre wheelbase, and the trail of 120 millimetres are far from nervous. Furthermore, the SRV 550’s weight of 206 kilogrammes with a full tank, which is not particularly low for a 550, paints a strong picture of the vehicle. The plush-looking passenger seat, as well as the continuous seat bench, emphasise this. The front brakes are double radial, while the rear brakes are single radial, with two 320 discs up front and a 260 disc at the rear, as well as ABS.
The QJ Motor SRV 550’s main advantage is, of course, its engine. It has 54 cubic inches more displacement than the sister manufacturer Leoncino’s equivalent engine and, as a result, produces much more torque. The maximum peak power is 35 kilowatts. Not only is the engine larger, but the entire SRV appears to be more mature than the 500 Benelli. This is reflected in the weight and price: the QJ will be available from dealers in July for 6,669 euros, and on paper, it appears to be a good deal.
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