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Modenas launches the MR1

Local bike manufacturer Motosikal Dan Enjin Nasional Sdn. Bhd. (Modenas) has added a new motorcycle to its line-up dubbed the MR1. With an attractive price of RM2,948.00, the bike is truly a value for money motorcycle, employing Japanese technology in its design.

Powered by a 100cc engine, the moped is equipped with a rotary gear system, with a sporty and attractive front and rear lights. Its fuel tank measures 4.3 litres, which Modenas claims to be good enough for a range of up to 200km.

Touted by the company as a significant value for money offering with the tagline 'motorcycle for the rakyat', the MR1 are available in a combination of white-orange and white-blue colours with matching graphics.

With the MR1's entry to its line-up, Modenas estimates sales of 6,000 - 7,000 units per month, which it expects to account for a 10% market share.

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