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  • Suzuki Nex II in Indonesia – from RM3,913 to RM4,109

    Introduced last April in the Indonesia market, pricing for the 2018 Suzuki Nex II has been released. Available in several variants, the Nex II is priced from 13.95 million rupiah (RM3,913) to 14.65 million rupiah (RM4,109).

    The price of the Nex II will seem attractive if converted directly to Malaysian Ringgit because it is designed to be a starter two-wheeler and made easy to own. The first generation Suzuki Nex was launched in Malaysia in 2012 at a price of RM4,218.

    Powered by a single-cylinder SOHC 113 cc power plant, the engine is fed by EFI and power gets to the ground via a CVT transmission. Weighing in at 113 kg, the Nex II uses a single disc brake in front and a drum at the rear, with fuel carried in a 3.6-litre tank.

    The main difference between the Nex II models offered by Suzuki in Indonesia is colour but the higher-end versions come with LED headlight, USB charging port, striped graphics on the body, meter cover and rim stripes.

  • 2018 Hong Leong Yamaha Malaysia zero GST prices

    In line with the Malaysian government’s zero-rating of GST, Hong Leong Yamaha Malaysia has released an updated price list for the 2018 motorcycle range. While savings from its range of urban scooters are minimal, at the upper-end of the catalogue, prices are somewhat attractive for the new bike purchaser.

    At the top is the Yamaha MT-09 Tracer, which drops in price to RM48,801 from RM51,729, a savings of RM2,928.06. The MT-09 naked sports is now at RM44,473, dropping RM2,668 from RM47,141.

    Yamaha’s ever popular quarter-litre sports bike, the YZF-R25, goes from RM20,630 to RM19,463, a drop of RM1,167. Its counterpart, the XMax 250 scooter, is now priced at RM21,225, dropping RM1,273 from RM22,498.

    Budget scooters in the Ego range, the Solariz and Avantiz, now retail for RM5,234 and RM5,536 respectively, dropping from RM5,548 and RM5,868. Meanwhile, the Y15Zr supercub, pried at RM8,361 with GST, now goes for RM7,888, reduced by RM473.28.

    Other selections from Yamaha Malaysia’s range include the MT-07 middleweight sports bike, which goes from RM36,604 to RM34,533 and the NVX155 scooter, which can be had for RM9,906, dropping RM594.36 from RM10,500.

  • 2018 Triumph Malaysia prices without GST updated

    More reductions in store for motorcycle pricing after the zero-rating of GST, this time from Triumph Motorcycles Malaysia, with its updated price list reflecting the recent change in retail taxes. With a range of twins and triples, Triumph Malaysia has been going strong recently with its Modern Classics range of retro bikes.

    Top of the list is the Thruxton R, which sees its price go from M83,900 to RM78,900, a reduction of RM5,000. The same discount also applies to the Bonneville T120 and T120 Black, which can now be purchased for RM67,900, down from RM72,900.

    New to the Triumph Modern Classics range are the Bonneville Bobber Black and Bonneville Speedmaster, both of which retail at RM78,900, but have been reduced in price by RM4,000 to RM74,900. Bottom of the range is the 900 cc Street Twin, which is now priced at RM51,900, down RM4,000 from RM55,900.

    For its sports bike range, the Street Triple, the top-of-the-line 765RS is now priced at RM62,900, dropping RM4,000 from RM66,900. Its stablemates, the 765S and 765R LRH, now retail for RM48,900 and RM56,900, respectively, reduced from RM52,900 and RM59,900.

    New in the Triumph adventure bike catalogue is the Tiger XCA ABS which goes from RM81,900 to RM77,900, a RM4,000 discount. More road oriented is the Tiger XRT ABS, now priced at RM73,900, reduced in price by RM4,000 from RM77,900.

    More discounts are available for older models in the Triumph Malaysia showroom but stocks are limited. For example, the 2016 Triumph Speed Triple ABS now goes for RM56,498 while the 2015 Thunderbird Storm ABS is retailing at RM93,396.

  • 2018 Ducati Malaysia price list without GST released – price savings from RM27,672 to RM2,881

    With the zero-rating of GST coming into force June 1, Ducati Malaysia has released its revised price list. Save for certain limited edition models such as the Superleggera as well as the soon to be released Panigale V4, removal of GST has realised most of the savings around the RM5,000 point.

    The recently released Supersport S now comes in at RM83,867, dropping RM5,032 from the previous retail price of RM88,900. The naked sports Monster 821 goes for RM66,886, down from RM70,900, a savings of RM4,013.

    Ducati’s power cruiser, the XDiavel S which used to be priced at RM160,899 can be yours for RM151,791 after removal of RM9,107 in GST. This bike is cheaper than a Birkin handbag, with the added advantage of making the rider actually look cool.

    For Ducati’s adventure bikes, the Multistrada 1260 S in Ducati Red goes for RM126,320, the price being reduced by RM7,579 from RM133,900. The top-of-the-line Pikes Peak model of the Multistrada now retails at RM147,075, down by RM8,824 from RM155,900.

    Of course, Ducati is best known for its V-twin superbikes, and the Panigale 959 which usually retails at RM100,899 drops RM5,711 to RM95,187. At the very top is the 1299 Panigale R Final Edition which drops RM19,239 from RM339,900 to RM320,660.

    In conjunction with the Naza Gaya Raya promotion, Ducati Malaysia is running a special promotion for selected Ducati models. Amongst there are the Monster 797 at RM45,000 and the Multistrada 950 at RM76,000, without GST and specially priced for this period.

    Aside from that, purchasers of the Multistrada 1200 Enduro and XDiavel Matte Black will get a free trip to World Ducati Week 2018. The trip to Italy for World Ducati Week is worth RM20,000.

  • GALLERY: 2018 BMW Motorrad HP4 Race – RM491,420

    Designed specifically as a track weapon, the 2018 BMW Motorrad HP4 Race is a showcase of BMW’s engineering prowess. As with all halo motorcycles, such as the Honda RC213V-S and Ducati 1299 Superleggera, the HP4 Race comes with a commensurate price tag – RM491,420, sans GST.

    This is a savings of RM29,480 from the GST price of RM520,900 and the specifications of the HP4 Race would justify it. Its carbon-fibre frame weighs 7.6 kg, weighing a full third less than the S1000 RR’s 11.6 kg aluminium frame.

    Producing 215 hp at 13,900 rpm and 120 Nm of torque at 10,000 rpm from its inline-four, liquid-cooled, DOHC 16-valve power plant, the HP Race uses a six-speed, straight-cut gear transmission and chain final drive. Rear wheel hop under heavy downshifting is modulated with a slipper clutch.

    While most make do with three or four levels of traction control, the HP4 Race gives the rider 15 levels of adjustment, including engine braking control. Four ride modes are standard – Wet, Intermediate, Dry 1 and Dry 2 – as is datalogging, lap timing and GPS.

    Also included in the HP4 Race’s electronics suite are a pit lane speed limiter, launch control, wheelie control, spring travel and brake pressure sensors. The rider’s position is also adjustable with eight-position footrests, adjustable handlebars and seat height, adjustable steering head angle and swingarm centre of rotation.

    Naturally braking and suspension is from the very top shelf, with Brembo GP4-R callipers using titanium pistons to clamp a pair of 320 mm diameter discs in front, actuated by a Brembo RCS 19×18 master cylinder. A pair of Ohlins FGR300 forks is mated with an Ohlins SD052 steering damper in front and Ohlins TTX36 GP monoshock in the back.

    Carbon-fibre wheels complete the fit-out, giving the HP4 Race a wet weight of 171 kg, ready to go. Limited to 750 units worldwide, the HP4 Race is hand-built by a dedicated team in Berlin, Germany, and comes solely in BMW Motorsport livery.

  • Malaysian racer Hafizh gains points in French MotoGP

    After finishing just outside the points with a 16th place in the previous MotoGP in Jerez, Spain, Malaysian racer Hafizh Syahrin made amends in the race at Le Mans, France. Finishing in 12th position, Hafizh, popularly known as “El Pescao” or “The Fish”, garnered four points, bringing his world championship total to 13.

    Recovering from an injury suffered during training in Spain a few weeks ago, Hafizh started the race in 18th position, fighting his way up to mid-pack, finishing 34.962 seconds behind the race winner. Meanwhile, Monster Tech 3 Yamaha team mate Johann Zarco crashed out on lap 8 of his home race despite starting from pole position with a time of 1’31.185.

    Hafizh’ 13 points puts him within three points of rookie rival Franco Morbidelli of Italy, who rides for EG 0,0 Marc VDS on a Honda. Hafizh has previously stated his goal this year is to win the “Rookie of the Year” title.

    In Moto2, Khairul Idham Pawi (20), riding for Idemitsu Honda Team Asia finished 15th, earning him a single world championship point, his first for the 2018 season. Adam Norrodin, riding for Petronas Sprinta Racing in Moto3, crashed with one lap to go with the race won by Spaniard Albert Arenas of Angel Nieto Team Moto3.

    The 27-lap MotoGP race at Le Mans was won by Spaniard Marc Marquez of Repsol Honda with a time of 41’49.773 with Italians Danilo Petrucci and fan favourite Valentino Rossi coming in second and third, respectively. The MotoGP circus moves to Mugello, Italy on June 3 for the Oakley Italian Grand Prix.

  • BMW Motorrad removes GST from motorcycle prices

    In response to the Ministry of Finance directive that goods and services tax (GST) will be set at 0% effective June 1, BMW Motorrad Malaysia has released an updated price list for their motorcycle models. BMW Motorrad stated that the 0% GST rate will remain in effect till further notice is received from the Ministry of Finance.

    This reduction in tax does make some of the BMW Motorrad models slightly more attractive to the rider who purchases brand new. Its best-selling model, the R1200 GS adventure bike in base trim now goes for RM97,100, down RM5,800 from RM102,900.

    The bigger R1200 GS Adventure goes from RM114,900 to RM108,421, a drop of RM6,479. Reductions at the lower of the scale are much less, of course, with the G310 GS going for RM28,223, down RM1,677 and the mid-range F800 GS now priced at RM58,415, down from RM61,900.

    In the sports bike stage, the R1200 RS sports-tourer can be yours for RM96,157, a reduction of RM5,743 from the GST attached priced of RM101,900. Meanwhile, the S1000 RR super bike is now priced at RM102,761 from RM108,900, dropping RM6,139 with the removal of GST.

    As for the naked sports category in BMW Motorrad’s catalogue, the top-of-the-range R1200 R goes from RM97,900 to RM92,383 while the G310 R shows a less significant drop of RM1,508, going from RM26,900 to RM25,392. In the touring category, BMW Motorrad’s big six-cylinder machine, the K1600 GTL drops RM9,592 from RM169,900 to RM160,308.

    Greatest savings comes from the track-only HP4 Race, dripping in carbon-fibre and going to RM491,420 from RM520,900, a drop of RM29,480. What do you think dear reader? Is this enough to make you feel the effort of changing the government was worth it?

  • 2018 Harley-Davidson Low Rider, Softail Slim and Heritage Classic now in Malaysia, from RM121k ex GST

    Now in the Harley-Davidson showroom in Petaling Jaya is the 2018 Harley-Davidson Low Rider at RM120,800, the 2018 Softtail Slim at RM123,000 and 2018 Heritage Classic beginning from RM148,100. All prices for 2018 Harley-Davidsons in Malaysia exclude GST from June 1, 2018.

    Carrying the Milwaukee 8 1,745 cc V-twin, the Low Rider comes in two versions for Malaysia – in Vivid Black at RM120,800 and in Wicked Red as pictured for RM122,700, dropping from RM128,048 and RM130,062. Fed by EFI, the Low Rider puts out 149 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm.

    A variant on its Softail line, the Softail Slim comes with bobber styling and the Milwaukee 8 engine, displacing 1,745 cc and producing 145 Nm of torque at 3,000 rpm. Pricing for the Softail Slim in Vivid Black is RM123,000 and coloured paint will cost RM124,800, coming down from RM130,380 and RM132,288 for GST prices, respectively.

    The touring version of the Softail, the Heritage Classic, comes with 1950s styling and saddlebags. It is powered by two versions of the Milwaukee 8 – the 107 at 1,745 cc and 145 Nm of torque and the 114 which displaces 1,868 cc and 155 Nm of torque.

    As for pricing, the Heritage Classic comes in three paint options – Vivid Black, Colour and Two-tone. For the Heritage Classic 107, Vivid Black costs RM148,100, Colour at RM150,000 and Two-tone goes for RM152,000, while the Heritage Classic will cost RM160,000, RM161,800 and RM163,800, respectively.

  • 2019 Triumph Street Triple 765RS in new colours – priced at RM62,900, 765S at RM49k, 765R at RM57k

    With the change in Malaysian government and much news about GST being zero-rated, the 2019 Triumph Street Triple 765RS is updated for the model year in two new colours – Matte Black and Crystal White. The price of the Street Triple 765RS is now estimated to be RM62,900, which excludes GST, but is pending approval from the authorities.

    Mechanically unchanged from the 2017 model, the 765RS carries Triumph’s trademark inline-triple with DOHC and 12-valves, producing 121 hp at 11,700 rpm and 77 Nm of torque at 10,800 rpm. Fuelling is done by multipoint sequential fuel injection and ride-by-wire throttle.

    Power gets to the ground via a quickshifter equipped six-speed gearbox with slip-assisted clutch and chain final drive. A full electronics suite comes with the 765RS, including five ride modes and switchable traction control and ABS is standard.

    Braking is done with Brembo’s top-of-the-line M50 four-piston radial monobloc calliper brakes, grabbing 310 mm diameter discs in front. Suspension also uses high-end components, comprising of a Showa 41 mm diameter upside-down fork in front and Ohlins STX40 monoshock in the rear, both fully-adjustable.

    Other models in the Triumph Street Triple 765 range are the base model 765S at RM48,900 and the low seat 765R at RM56,900. The 2019 Triumph Street Triple 765RS in new colours is available for sale at Triumph Malaysia.

  • VIDEO: Petronas Sprinta “Experience to Believe” ride

    Here is a video of the Petronas “Experience to Believe” ride to Phuket, Thailand. Held in conjunction with the launch of Petronas Sprinta with Ultraflex motorcycle lubricant, the cross-border ride saw some 35 riders take part, which culminated with the launch event at Patong Beach during Phuket Bike Week.

    The ride was flagged off by Petronas vice president of Downstream Marketing from the Petronas station at Technology Park Malaysia on April 10. The Petronas bikers were led by Mohd Khalid Mohd Latiff, Petronas Lubricants International (PLI) Asia-Pacific regional head.

    Petronas is committed to both the Asia-Pacific and global market as a lubricant supplier and aims to be one of the world’s top five lubricant and mechanical fluids suppliers by 2019. “Regardless of its purpose, extensive usage and exposure to heavy traffic puts a lot of stress on the engine,” said Giuseppe D’Arrigo, group chief executive officer of Petronas Lubricants International.

    Designed to provide reduced engine stress and longer bike life, Petronas Sprinta with Ultraflex was developed in the newly launched Petronas Global Research and Technology Centre in Turin, Italy. Petronas Sprinta comes in several versions – F900, F700, F300 – to suit different performance applications and size of motorcycle engine.


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Last Updated 10 May 2018