The Chinese manufacturer has unveiled a sharp-looking 125 cc naked bike for the European market.
Chinese motorcycle manufacturer Hanway has unveiled an updated 125 cc motorcycle in the German market. The Hanway NK 125 Furious, also known as the Online Pista 125, has been given quite the makeover, not just for Euro 5, but with some attractive new features as well. The 124 cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, four-valve engine produces 15 bhp and 11 Nm, and gets a six-speed gearbox. For 2021, the NK 125 Furious gets some cosmetic updates as well, with an updated design, new ten-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels and a new full-colour TFT screen.
The Hanway NK 125 Furious looks quite attractive, with a LED headlight and angular face, which is reminiscent of the KTM naked bike design. The NK 125 Furious weighs just 132 kg, and maximum speed is a claimed 102 kmph. The tubular steel chassis is fitted with a 35 mm upside down fork up front, with 40 mm of travel, while at the rear is a central spring strut with 55 mm travel. Braking is handled by 300 mm disc up front and a 220 mm discs at the rear wheel with a combined braking system.
Hanway is from China and is present across Europe, with operations in France, Great Britain, Spain and Portugal with various 125 cc models. In the UK, the Hanway NK 125 Furious is priced at around 3,700 Euros (approximately ₹ 3.27 lakh under current exchange rates). Compared to Indian 125 cc motorcycles, the Hanway NK 125 Furious seems like an expensive proposition, but it’s unlikely to be offered on sale in India. Hanway is also known for a copy of the Royal Enfield Himalayan it’s developing for the Chinese market.