2020 GPX Demon GR200R to be launched next month

GPX Malaysia is looking into expanding its current motorcycle line-up before the years ends with two exciting models which are the GPX Demon GR200R sports bike and the very stylish modern classic Legend 250 Twin. It is estimated that the former will be unveiled next month while the latter will make its debut sometime in December.

The Demon GR200R was launched mid this year in Thailand and GPX Malaysia has already confirmed that this model will make its way into the Malaysian market. Powered by a 198cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled GPX-Fi engine, this bike produces 19hp and 17.2Nm of torque to the rear wheel.

It also has a lot of interesting features such as LED lighting system with DRLs, full digital meter, 42mm USD front fork, dual disc brakes, and many more. No news on the pricing just yet but the Thais can get one at 76,500 baht (around RM10,600).

As for the GPX Legend 250 Twin, this cater to an entirely different group of riders. If you’re looking for a modern classic that’s probably more on the affordable range, this might be the one for you. Looking at the photos, the Legend 250 Twin is indeed beautiful in all of its simplicity.

Powered with a 234cc twin-cylinder engine, there’s no indicator on the site when it comes to horsepower and torque. Somewhere north around 25hp should be a reasonable guess for this retro-looking machine.

Other notable specs include:

  • Full LED headlight
  • YSS shock absorbers
  • Clip-on handlebars
  • Digital multifunction meter
  • Front twin disc brakes
  • 14.5-litre fuel tank + more

As stated earlier, the GPX Legend 250 Twin will most likely make its debut in December after GPX Malaysia officially launches the Demon GR200R. Stay tuned for more updates, folks.

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Written by: Sep Irran

A passionate individual when it comes to anything related to two wheels (or sometimes more), he enjoys the chaotic and magical world of motorsports as much as riding leisurely to the shops on his beloved Vespa. With an education-based background, he is always eager to learn and share about the poetic arts of motorcycling.

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