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    saw this bike on sale at GHC at upper serangoon. Looks good and specs are pretty good too. Comes with inverted fork and oil cooled engine with 16L fuel tank which is good for Malaysia fuel top up trip. Mileage return about 1.7L/100km which is fantastic.GHC says spare parts are plenty just go back to them. Keeway and Benelli is under the same company so quality wise should be good. Any brothers or sister ridden this can feed back?

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    Saw this bike quite a few on the road liao....whats the pricing like for RKV200s?
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    I am the owner of one of this bike. The time I bought otr was 4.7k.

    Good bike, big tank, and I must say as long as you can maintain it well, its as good as buying a 7k jap bike.

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    China bikes have come a long way in the last few years. i personally wouldn't mind buying a Lifan CG125 clone if they were available here. The only thing that would hold me back is the availability of spares. For copies of Japanese bikes they can just use original parts so its okay, but for China-designed ones I wouldn't know where spares are available for cheap.

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    Should hire the Italians to do styling, looks like the Indians are better at aesthetics vs China, taste differs with people but imo the design could be better.

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    Been riding the bike for 2 months now. so far so good. at the price point, its perfect for getting from point a to point B.

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