Malaysia gets new sports bike, the GPX Demon GR200R 2021


KUALA LUMPUR: Yes, you read that right. We have a new sports bike in the country, giving enthusiasts and potential buyers a reason to smile in these difficult times (pandemic situation).

Moto GPX launched the brand new Demon 2021 GR200R in the local market and it will go on sale in May of this year. This two-wheeler made in Thailand is priced at RM11,388 (excluding registration, road tax and insurance).

This new full-size sports bike was introduced as a replacement for the older Demon 150GR and joins other 200cc offerings in the company’s lineup, such as the Gentleman 200.

At first glance, the latest GPX reminds us of the Yamaha YZF-R1 superbike, so you can’t complain about this area. It receives two LED headlights, placed on either side of the fairing, LED DRLs on the top half of the front cover. Note, LED lighting is used everywhere. Additionally, it comes in three color options: Black Space, Red Fire, and Matte Gray.

    Details of the GPX Demon GR200R

In addition, the bikes benefit from a color LCD dashboard which provides the rider with all the necessary information.

2021 Demon GR200R GPX Specifications –


155 kilograms

Fuel tank capacity

11 liters

Seat height

815 mm


17 inches (front and rear)

What powers the 2021 Demon GR200R GPX?

The new GPX sports bike gets its power from a 198cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that develops a maximum power of 19 hp with a maximum torque of 17.2 Nm at 6,500 rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheel via a six-speed gearbox and chain final drive.

New GPX Demon GR200R

What about the brake and suspension functions?

For such a powerful bike, an equally powerful braking system is necessary. So, for the Demon GR200R, GPX chose single hydraulic discs with two-piston caliper and single-lever caliper with 220mm disc at the rear. ABS is omitted this time.

Ensuring a smooth ride, on the other hand, is its superb suspension setup which includes a non-adjustable inverted fork and YSS monoshock adjustable in preload at the front and rear, respectively.

Read also: 2021 Honda CB400F and CB400X unveiled at Auto Shanghai 2021

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