After a brief hiatus, CFMoto continue to import their motorbikes into the US. They are offering seven bikes as part of their 2022 lineup. With a wide range of small and midsize motorcycles, CFMoto continues its reputation with affordable prices for both novice and advanced riders. grant.
The 2022 models include the Papio minibike ($2,999), naked bike 300NK ($3,999) and sportbike 300SS ($4,299), naked bike 650NK ($6,499) and adventure bike 650 ADVentura ($6,799), and line classic 700CL-X ($6,499) and 700CL-X Sport ($6,999).
CFMoto comes of age
After creating the trademarked liquid-cooled 4-stroke engine in Hangzhou, China, CFMoto was founded in 1989. It has been a supplier of engines, parts and components for a number of The biggest brand in power sports. In 2002, the company entered the US market. In 2005, the company built its US headquarters in Plymouth, Minnesota.
In the early years, the company mainly produced small displacement models. In 2012, CFMoto introduced the 650NK Twin-Twin, soon followed by Travel agency 650TK. Although there are a few details on the surface that will surprise users, overall the car has performed very well considering the price of 6,999 USD.
After the 2016 model year, CFMoto stopped importing bikes into the US. The company continues to manufacture motorcycles, and in 2017 CFMoto signed a joint venture agreement with KTM, according to CFMoto website.
“The joint venture will bring CFMOTO’s R&D and manufacturing capabilities to the next level,” said Minjie Lai, General Manager of CFMoto, at the groundbreaking ceremony of the joint venture production facility in March 2018. “CFMOTO will benefit from KTM’s profound and advanced technology with years of experience at the forefront of the power sports industry. KTM recognized how our capabilities in manufacturing, supply chain management, and channel development could help execute their global strategy.”
As of 2022, the company claims it has more than 500 dealerships in the United States. Read on to learn more about the new models for 2022.
2022 CFMoto Papio
The CFMoto Papio is powered by an air-cooled 126cc 4-stroke engine mated to a 6-speed gearbox that produces 9.3 hp at 8,500 rpm and 6.1 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 rpm. The telescopic fork provides approximately 4.3 inches of travel and the rear monoshock has 5-click preload adjustment. Both ends use lightweight 12-inch alloy wheels combined with 130/70 rear and 120/70 front street tires. Stopping power comes from 2-piston calipers and 210mm discs at the front and 1-piston calipers taking 190mm discs at the rear.
The Papio has a seat height of 30.5 inches, fuel capacity of 1.9 gallons, and a curb weight of 251 lb. It has LED ambient lighting and a multi-function LCD control panel. It comes in Gold or Gray/Red Dragon for $2,999.
2022 CFMoto 300NK and 300SS
Both the 300NK naked bike and 300SS sportbike come with a liquid-cooled 292cc DOHC 4-valve single engine that makes 29 hp at 8,750 rpm and 18.7 lb-ft of torque at 7,250 rpm. / minute. Both vehicles have Bosch EFI, dual-channel ABS and a 6-speed transmission with a power/sliding clutch.
Braking is done by radially mounted 4-piston front calipers with 300mm discs and rear 1-piston calipers with 245mm discs. The 300NK and 300SS both have an inverted fork and an internal floating piston monoshock at the rear with five-click preload adjustment.
The difference between the two is mainly weight and size limitations. The naked 300NK weighs 333 lb, has a seat height of 31.2 inches, and has a 3.3-gallon gas tank. The all-inclusive 300SS weighs in at 364 lbs, has a seat height of 30.7 inches, and a 3.3-liter fuel tank.
The 300NK is available in Athens blue and Nebula black for $3,999, and the 300SS is offered in nebula white and nebula black for $4,299.
2022 CFMoto 650NK and 650 ADVentura
Moving up to the middle class, CFMoto offers naked bikes 650NK and 650 ADVentura. Both bikes have a liquid-cooled 649cc DOHC Twin-Twin engine that produces 60 hp at 8,750 rpm and 41.3 lb-ft of torque at 7,000 rpm.
Both bikes have dual-channel ABS, a six-speed transmission with a CF-SC assist/slip clutch and a 2-in-1 adjustable exhaust. Braking is by J.Juan, with dual 300mm discs up front with 2 clamps. piston and rear 245mm single disc with 1-piston clamp.
The naked 650NK weighs 454 lb and the 650 ADVentura weighs 480 lb. But the bigger difference in the bikes comes from their intentions. As an adventure bike, the 650 ADVentura is factory fitted with a progressive reverse fork with 12-click rebound adjustment and a rear swingarm that uses an internally floating piston monoshock with preload. stepless and eight-click rebound adjustment.
The ADVentura has LED ambient lighting, a 5-inch color TFT display, and a 4.75-gallon fuel tank. It is also equipped with removable hard-sided panniers, hand guards and an adjustable windshield.
The 650NK sports a KYB telescopic fork with 4.7-inch travel and a KYB single rear fork with preload adjustable preload with 1.8-inch travel. Vehicles with LED ambient lighting system, 5-inch color TFT screen and Pirelli Angel GT sports tires. Saddle height is 30.7 inches and fuel capacity is 4.5 gallons.
The 650NK is offered in Nebula White and Nebula Black for $6,499, and the 650 ADVentura in Nebula White and Athens Blue for $6,799.
2022 CFMoto 700CL-X and 700CL-X Sport
Taking it to the next level, both the 700CL-X and 700CL-X Sport motorcycles feature a 693cc DOHC liquid-cooled Twin-Twin engine that produces 74 hp at 8,500 rpm. minutes and 47.9 lb-ft of torque at 6,500 rpm. Both bikes have throttle, dual-channel ABS, 6-speed gearbox with CF-SC power/slip clutch, 2-in-1 adjustable exhaust, fully adjustable KYB 41mm upside-down fork, and linkage mount. , progressive speed KYB rear shock absorber with rebound adjustment.
The 700CL-X and 700CL-X Sport also offer Economy and Sport driving modes and one-touch cruise control. In terms of braking power, the 700CL-X has a 320mm J.Juan single disc and 4-piston radial calipers at the front, while the 700CL-X Sport has Brembo Stylema 4-piston calipers up front with 320mm dual discs. At the rear, both cars have 2-piston calipers with 260mm diameter discs. 700CL-X uses Pirelli MT60 tires, while Sport is equipped with Maxxis SuperMaxx ST tires.
As premium models, the 700CL-X and 700CL-X Sport feature LED ambient lighting, daytime running lights, self-destructing turn signals, and a 3.5-gallon fuel tank. The 700CL-X has an upright handlebar with dual mirrors at the top, while the Sport has a clip-on handlebar with a mirror at the end of the bar.
Both models have a seat height of 31.5 inches. Weight curbs are 432 lb for the 700CL-X and 451 lb for the 700CL-X Sport. The 700CL-X comes in Twilight Blue and Charcoal Gray for $6,499, and the 700CL-X Sport comes in Nebula White and Velocity Gray for $6,999.
For more information or to find a CFMoto dealer near you, visit CFMotoUSA.com.
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