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QJ Motors SRC 250, SRC 500, and SRV300 prices dropped

QJ Motors has reduced the prices of SRC 250, SRV 300, and SRC 500 in India by up to Rs 40,000.

Hyderabad-based Adishwar Auto Ride India has revealed revised rates for the QJ Motors SRC and SRV models as part of its expansion plans for 2024. Prices of SRC 250, SRV 300, and SRC 500 have been cut by up to Rs 40,000. The updated price tags for these models will be applicable across all colors starting January 8, 2024. According to QJ Motor Bikes, the updated prices will enable its three products to offer even better value for money.

QJ Motor SRC 250, SRV 300, and SRC 500 New Prices

The ex-showroom price of the QJ Motor SRC 250 is now Rs 1.79 lakh, which is Rs 31,000 less than before. However, the new prices of SRC 500 and SRV 300 are Rs 2.39 lakh (ex-showroom) and Rs 3.19 lakh (ex-showroom), respectively. The price of both motorcycles has been reduced by Rs 40,000.

QJ Motor SRC 250, SRV 300, and SRC 500 Engine, Specs

The SRC 250 Roadster is powered by a 249cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with 17.4bhp and 17 Nm torque. On the other hand, a 480cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that produces 25.5bhp and 36 Nm of torque powers the QJ Motor SRC 500 cruiser. Both SRC variants are mated to a five-speed gearbox. The QJ Motor SRV 300 cruiser has a 296cc twin-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that produces 26 Nm torque and 30.3 bhp. Its engine is fitted with a six-speed gearbox.

QJ Motor’s new pricing plan may attract potential customers. To succeed in a highly competitive industry, Adishwar Auto Rides – the business that launched QJ Motors in India – will also need to rapidly scale up Moto Vault’s sales and service network. There are now 28 QJ Motors showrooms located across India.

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