Runner Knight Rider Review

We all know that Runner is a famous brand for its entry level motorcycles like AD80S, Bullet and so on. However, no any company can exist just by producing entry level motorcycles. In order to face the situation, the company released a new bike, the Knight Rider.

The Knight Rider looks so stunning because of its new body design. The fuel tank has got muscles which give it an aggressive look. The headlight housing too looks stylish and the visor adds flavor on it. Also, the bike is provided with high quality dual seats which make it standard than other bikes of Runner.

Moreover, the Knight Rider is 1065 mm tall, has got length of 2050 mm and is 740 mm wide. Also, the front wheel of the bike maintains the gap of 1360 mm from the rear wheel and the bike is 165 mm far from the ground.

Furthermore, Runner has powered the bike with single cylinder, SOHC, 4 stroke, dual valve engine that provides maximum power of 11.92 bhp @ 7500 RPM and maximum torque of 12.2 Nm @ 5500 RPM along with displacement of 150 cc. Also, the bike is equipped with telescopic fork front suspension and adjustable mono rear suspension.

In Nepal, Raman Motors Pvt. Ltd, imports the Knight Rider and also looks after its sales and services.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 2,25,000

Dimension:

 Body Type

 Naked

 Weight

 NA

 Length

 2050 mm

 Height

 1065 mm
 Width
 740 mm

 Wheelbase

 1360 mm

 Ground Clearance

 165 mm

 

Engine:

 Fuel

 15 liters

 Engine Type

 Single Cylinder SOHC 4-Stroke, Dual Valve

 Maximum Power

 11.92 bhp @ 7500 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 12.2 Nm @ 5500 RPM

 Displacement

 150 cc

 Box X Stroke

 NA

 Starting System

 Electric/Kick

 Final Drive

 NA

 

Suspension:

 Front Suspension

 Telescopic Fork

 Rear Suspension

 Adjustable Monoshock

 Front Tyre

 80/100-17

Rear Tyre

 110/80-17

 

Brakes:

 Front Brake

 Disc

 Rear Brake

 Drum

 

Transmission:

 Transmission

 Manual

 No. of Gears

 5

 Clutch

 NA

 

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