Here are all the 150cc-250cc bikes with ABS we can find on sale in Malaysia right now

ABS will soon be mandatory for all new motorcycles sold in Malaysia with capacities of 150cc and up. Here’s a list of what’s available now.

As reported, the government is taking steps to make ABS a mandatory equipment for all new motorcycles sold in Malaysia that are 150cc and up.

Though the proposed study, legislation change, and subsequent implementation will take at least two years, we are fortunate in the fact that there are already plenty of ABS-equipped motorcycles within the 150-250cc range that are on sale locally right now.

It didn’t take us long to come up with the list below, which sees over 25 new bike models from no less than 10 brands, not forgetting the wide bike genre varieties too – kapchais (mopeds) included.

All the bikes listed here are equipped with single-channel (front) ABS modules at the very least. Here’s what we’ve come up with so far:

  1. Aprilia SR GT 200 ABS – RM19,900
  2. Benelli Leoncino 250 ABS – RM14,688
  3. Benelli TRK 251 ABS – RM14,688
  4. CFMoto 250NK SE ABS – RM13,800
  5. CFMoto 250SR ABS – RM15,800
  6. Honda RS-X – RM8,688
  7. Honda ADV 150 – RM11,999
  8. Honda CBR150R – RM12,499
  9. Honda Forza 250 – RM25,388
  10. Honda CB250R – RM22,999
  11. Honda CBR250RR – RM25,999
  12. Honda CRF250 Rally – RM27,599
  13. Kawasaki Z250 ABS – RM21,998
  14. KTM 250 Duke ABS – RM21,500
  15. Modenas Elegan 250 ABS – RM15,315
  16. Modenas NS200 ABS – RM9,655
  17. Modenas Pulsar RS200 ABS – RM9,990
  18. Royal Alloy GP180 ABS – RM15,525
  19. Royal Alloy TG250 ABS – RM19,800
  20. SYM VF3i 185 LE/PRO ABS – RM9,338
  21. SYM Jet14 200 ABS – RM7,888
  22. Vespa Primavera 150 – RM16,900
  23. Vespa Sprint 150 – RM17,500
  24. WMoto Xtreme 150i – RM9,588
  25. WMoto ES250i – RM13,888
  26. WMoto RT3 – RM15,188
  27. Yamaha NVX 155 ABS – RM10,998
  28. Yamaha MT-25 – RM21,500
  29. Yamaha X-Max 250 – RM21,998

Yep, the discerning newbie rider with a fresh B2 bike license is spoiled for choice indeed, and the news gets better.

A quick chat with several key manufacturers who assemble locally revealed that many are already prepared to induct ABS module installation in their respective facilities. This means we may not have to wait too long to see the list above grow bigger and longer.

The only challenge left for these manufacturers now is the on-going global ABS sensor shortage. How long this crisis will last remains to be seen, but we’re confident the OEMs and stakeholders involved in this supply chain will find a resolution soon enough… aims to bring you the latest motorcycle news reviews videos and entertainment for everything related to motorcycles from around the world.

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