Motron unveils 2022 range with Nomad 125, Warrior and X-Nord 400

 Motron unveils 2022  range with Nomad 125, Warrior and X-Nord 400

It was a big year for Motron. The Austrian brand launched three new motorcycles – the Nomad 125, Warrior 400, and X-Nord 400, and is ending the year with success at international dealerships. 

To ensure this momentum continues into 2022, These bikes were unveiled – at its Moto Republic 2021 event.

Motoron is a part of the KSR group. KSR group also owns the other renowned motorcycle brand Malaguti.

The Austrian-based automaker is known for its aggressive and creative approach to vehicle design and performance.

We think all of these models are exciting because there appears to be a fair amount of variety between them, which means Motron buyers will be able to find the perfect Motron for them.

 It’s also clear that the company is willing to change its existing portfolio to make these additions work.

The Nomad 125 boasts a narrow profile thanks to the single-cylinder engine and its emissions-legal Euro4 emissions class. 


Nomad 125


The tank can fit 3.4 gallons ( 13 litres), and Motron claims a range up to 12.6 L/100km, but we’d like to see independent testing first before we sign off on those figures.

 Its 125cc single-cylinder engine comes mated to the six-speed gearbox.

The 125cc powerplant calibrates to make 13 horsepower at 9,000 rpm and 7.4 lb-ft of torque at 7,000 rpm.

While the numbers aren’t exactly staggering, the nimble, low-revving engine provides enough grunt for small-town jaunts and commuting duties.


Warrior 400

The Nomad 125 further gets the electric start and ECU. The front has a Telescopic fork, while the rear has Swingarm with a single shock absorber for suspension.

As for the brakes, have a Hydraulic disc brake, brake disc Ø 265 mm on front and Hydraulic disc brake (CBS), brake disc Ø 240 mm at the rear.

The three models are ready for use in varying conditions with solid construction to provide power and toughness. 

The 2022 Nomad 125 will sport 17-inch wheels, with 100/80-17 tires in front and 140/70-17 in back.


X-Nord 400

LED is used when it comes to lights. Nomad comes in three shades black, white and gray.

If I’m being sincere, the only thing that most consumers will notice about Morton’s new bikes is their neo-café styling. 

However, if you’re the type of person who takes a more intricate interest in your motorcycle, you’ll appreciate what these three new models have to offer.

As for the other two models, Warrior 400 and X-Nord 400 are undergoing homologation, so Motron has not kept their specs under wrap.

All these three models will arrive with the dealers in the coming year.

via Motron

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