GPX Demon GR200R has arrived on the Japanese market

A sports bike from Thailand named the GPX Demon GR200R has arrived in Japan, marking the brand’s plans to expand its presence in new markets.

GPX is a motorcycle manufacturer based in Thailand that is popular not only locally but also throughout Southeast Asia.

Although most of its components, including aggregates, originate from China, the assembly process takes place in a factory in Thailand.

Currently, GPX offers a wide range of models including maxi-scooters, retro-style cafe racers and street bikes.

However, the Demon GR200R is the sportiest model available in the GPX range. Available for ¥539,000 (€3,700)the Demon GR200R is a basic but capable entry-level sportbike with front and rear disc brakes, inverted front fork and adjustable rear mono-shock.

The 2023 model gets a new full-color digital LCD screen and redesigned graphics.

The GR200R is powered by a 198cc, 4-valve, fuel-injected single-cylinder engine that produces 19PS and 17.6Nm of torque.

The GPXDemon GR200R comes with a steel frame, which keeps the center of gravity low and provides better handling on the road.

Thanks to the seven-step YSS rear suspension adjustment, riders can fine-tune the motorcycle’s suspension to their liking.

According to reports, GPX has already started taking orders for the GR200R, with deliveries expected in early 2023.

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