QJ Motor SRK 600 RC in action

The arrival of the updated QJ Motor SRK600RC has stirred considerable excitement among motorcycle enthusiasts, particularly those who favor the middleweight sports bike category. QJ Motor has unveiled this refreshed version with subtle yet impactful enhancements, signaling its intent to maintain its competitive edge in the market.

One of the most noticeable changes lies in its aesthetics, with slight tweaks contributing to a more refined and aggressive appearance. The updated design exudes a sense of dynamism, accentuated by its sleek lines and modern contours. These cosmetic alterations not only enhance its visual appeal but also align it more closely with contemporary trends in motorcycle design come with aero winglets.


Beneath its revamped exterior, the SRK600RC boasts significant improvements in its mechanical components, promising an even sportier riding experience. This enhancement is poised to elevate the bike’s performance capabilities, appealing to riders seeking adrenaline-pumping thrills on the road. Such upgrades reflect QJ Motor’s commitment to continuous innovation and refinement, aimed at delivering superior products to its discerning clientele.

In positioning itself against formidable competitors like the Honda CBR650R, the new QJ Motor SRK600RC faces the challenge of proving its mettle in a fiercely contested segment. However, with its blend of style, performance, and value proposition, it stands poised to carve out its niche in the market. Moreover, the availability of two new color options – Blue and Black – further enhances its allure, offering riders the opportunity to express their individuality through their choice of ride.

As the QJ Motor SRK600RC enters the Malaysian two-wheeler market, it brings with it the promise of exhilarating rides and unparalleled excitement. With its updated features and competitive pricing, it aims to captivate riders seeking an exhilarating blend of performance and style. As such, it is poised to make a significant impact and cement its position as a formidable contender in the middleweight sports bike category.

We took the 600RC to few trackdays while the RC lacks the power, the RC handles on the Sepang Circuit and Sepang Go Kart.

With the price tag of RM38,888, we consider this model a value for money for beginner riders who is looking for a not so aggressive Sportbike but has all the latest styling and comes with upside down front suspension and Brembo brakes. The let down is only doesn’t have QuickShift to sweeten the deal. 

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