The Malaguti Drakon 125 price is equipped with a water-cooled 125 cc engine capable of delivering a maximum power of 13.5 HP. With the weight of 145 kg, the wide handlebar and the telescopic inverted fork promise to guarantee an agile and fun, but at the same time comfortable ride
The development of the small-displacement motorcycle market knows no setbacks. The young motorcyclists of today, then, will be the centaurs of tomorrow, and the houses, therefore, always have an eye on them. The new Malaguti Drakon 125 could be the right way to approach two wheels.
The Malaguti Drakon 125 marks the beginning of a new chapter in the history of the brand. The bike, in fact, is a totally new project and was developed around the water-cooled 125 cc engine capable of delivering a maximum power of 13.5 HP at 9,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 11.4 Nm at 7,500. rpm The weight of 145 kg, the wide handlebar, and the telescopic inverted fork promise to ensure an agile and fun ride, but at the same time comfortable thanks to the relatively vertical riding position.
The newborn in the Malaguti house is equipped with Bosch electronic injection, ABS, LED lights, and a high-resolution TFT display that can be set in three different colors. The tires (100 / 80-17 front, 130 / 70-17 rear) are signed by Maxxis. The lines are fluid but defined and give the latest Malaguti a captivating design.
Currently, one of the most attractive types of two-wheelers among young people, and not so much, are naked motorcycles. But what does this concept mean? And why are they causing such a furor? Despite being one of the most fashionable current styles, the naked emerged in the 1980s as a groundbreaking model that fled from the trend of sports-faired motorcycles of that time and opted for more agile motorcycles. and comfortable. Now, the most technologically advanced Malaguti motorcycle finally arrives in our country to offer the best design, performance, and agility that a 125cc naked can offer.
The main feature of this style is the lack of exterior cladding, which not only makes it lighter. By not wearing a fairing, a large part of the mechanics is exposed and thus highlights the genuine image of each model. In general, the naked are versatile motorcycles that offer more compact dimensions, thus becoming a much more comfortable option to use on a day-to-day basis, even on weekend outings.
Developed from scratch, the new Drakon 125 is the first sports naked proposal from the Italian firm and becomes one of the maximum exponents of the essence and the ‘Spirit of Bologna’ of the brand. This machine is equipped with a single-cylinder, four-stroke, water-cooled engine that offers a power of 13.4 hp and 10.5 Nm of torque, in addition to having a 6-speed manual gearbox.
In the cycle part, it boasts a telescopic fork in the front and an oscillating arm in the rear. It has an ABS system with a 300 mm front brake disc and a 218 mm rear one, both bitten by a 2-piston hydraulic brake caliper. In addition, it incorporates 17” alloy wheels on both axles with 100/80 and 130/70 tires. In the naked, everything that has to do with aesthetics takes on a fundamental role in which every detail is more than important in the whole set.
For this reason, the design of the Drakon 125 has been carried out through virtual reality together with 3D modeling and printing, in addition to using traditional modeling to finish profiling the model perfectly. The fusion of the traditional technique, together with the most advanced, gives an impressive final result and is even more successful.
The Drakon 125 kicks off a series of novelties at Malaguti. In fact, in autumn, they will arrive in. dealerships including the renewed Madison 125 and the new eMission models, the electric counterpart of the Mission 125 combustion engine version, as well as the new XTM125 and XSM 125. The bike is already available in official dealers at a price of 3,999 euros.