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Мотоцикл Modenas Kriss MR1 2012 характеристики, фотографии, обои, отзывы, цена, купить

Modenas Kriss MR1

Kriss MR1 Pros & Cons

  • Pros
  • Cons

Value for money

Good quality build

Lacks advanced safety features

User Reviews of Modenas Kriss MR1

  • Nice 5 for Modenas Kriss MR1

Nice.. Suitable for small town and not suitable for long journey

Jun 28, 2019
Good bike for daily commute 4 for Modenas Kriss MR1

Bought MR1 about 5 years ago. I used it for daily commute and ferry my kids to school. It serve it purpose for my daily commute and a very.

Mac 22, 2019
Budget Friendly and Fuel Efficient 4 for Modenas Kriss MR1

I wanted to buy a bike but didn’t have much budget and hence decided to go for Modenas Kriss MR1. The 97.2 cc underbone of mine is in a red.

Ogo 27, 2018
Kriss MR1 Awesome Design 5 for Modenas Kriss MR1

I don’t own a Modenas Kriss MR1, but recently I got a chance to use my friend’s two-wheeler. It always attracts me with its awesome.

Modenas Kriss MR1 Images

Kriss MR1 Images

Modenas Kriss MR1 Colors

Modenas Kriss MR1 is available in 3 different colors — Blue, Red and Yellow.

Modenas Kriss MR1 Review

The Modenas Kriss MR1 has been one of the popular 100 cc underbones in Malaysia since it was launched back in the year 2012. It has received a few facelifts since its launch but the mechanics have been untouched. The latest model of the Kriss MR1 is offered in two variants- the MR1 base and the MR1 Sports. The base variant comes fitted with spoke wheels while the Sports variant has black coloured alloy wheels. There’s no change in terms of power as both the variants draw power from a 97.2 cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled SOHC engine which is capable of generating a max power of 6.7 hp at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 6.7 Nm at 5,500 rpm, mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. In terms of design, the Kriss MR1 is pretty basic featuring a not so sharp headlight, easy to read instrument panel and decent body graphics. There are four colour options to choose from- red, blue, yellow and white. The all-white colour is offered only in the base variant. The black sporty rim and alloy wheels on the Sports variant make it look very attractive. With a price tag of RM 3,300 for the base variant and RM3,400 for the Sports variant, this underbone is bound to offer value for money to its buyers. The Modenas Kriss MR1 rivals against the Demax EX90, the Demak DJ90 and the SYM E Bonus 110.

Modenas has developed the Kriss MR1 in a very mild and subtle design tone. Nowhere will you find any sharp cuts and creases or loud body graphics. At front, the handlebar stores the headlamp and turn indicators. Right below the handlebar, the front apron has a Modenas logo and two small air vents, while an MR1 logo can be spotted on both sides of the front apron. Another MR1 logo is placed on the side body and the exhaust is covered by a silver painted muffler. The mild graphics continue on the sides and go all the way to the rear end. The rear features a neatly designed tail lamp with side indicators and a black colored single grab rail. The colours red, yellow and blue are mixed with white and black on both the variants, while an all-white option is available in the base variant.

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Modenas has built the Kriss MR1 on a pipe backbone frame and the bike has a kerb weight of 98 kg. Despite being a little on the heavier side, the handling is not so difficult and it can easily be manoeuvred around on city roads. Moreover, the alloy wheels on the Sports variant add to a stable riding experience as compared to the base variant that has spoke wheels. To handle the bumps and jerks on the roads, the Kriss MR1 is equipped with conventional telescopic front forks and trailing swing arm at the rear.

Powering the Modenas Kriss MR1 is a 97.2 cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled SOHC engine that churns out a max power of 6.7 hp at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 6.7 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Power from the engine is transmitted to the wheels using a centrifugal clutch and 4-speed manual gearbox. As per Modenas claims, one can drive the Kriss MR1 for 100 kms at an average speed of 80 kmph using 2.2-litre of fuel. That’s a fuel efficiency of nearly 46 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity of the street bike is 4.3-litre and it has both kick & electric start options.

Braking duties are carried by all-round drum brakes at both the ends. This is one area where Modenas could have improved the Kriss MR1. At least a front disc option must have been offered in both the variants to add to the rider’s safety. There aren’t any additional safety features on the bike like anti-theft key shutter system etc.

Recent Updates of Kriss MR1

Malaysian motorcycle brand Modenas made a strong comeback recently with the all-new Kriss MR2. This new underborne in the town is priced at RM 4,123. However, its elder sibling, the MR1 is still waiting for its share of significant updates. The company recently added a few color splashes and graphics to the Kriss MR1. The 100 cc underborne is now available in four new shades — white, blue, yellow and red. The bike features a high-spirited look thanks to the new body graphics, 3D MR1 badge, and an analogue instrument console. According to the company, Kriss MR1 gives a mileage of 46 kmpl and comes with a 4.3-litre fuel tank. We expected a disc brake update from the manufacturer, but it didn’t happen, and as for now customers have to settle for drum brakes at both the ends.

Modenas Kriss MR1

Kriss MR1 Pros & Cons

  • Pros
  • Cons

Value for money

Good quality build

Lacks advanced safety features

User Reviews of Modenas Kriss MR1

  • Nice 5 for Modenas Kriss MR1

Nice.. Suitable for small town and not suitable for long journey

Jun 28, 2019
Good bike for daily commute 4 for Modenas Kriss MR1

Bought MR1 about 5 years ago. I used it for daily commute and ferry my kids to school. It serve it purpose for my daily commute and a very.

Mac 22, 2019
Budget Friendly and Fuel Efficient 4 for Modenas Kriss MR1

I wanted to buy a bike but didn’t have much budget and hence decided to go for Modenas Kriss MR1. The 97.2 cc underbone of mine is in a red.

Ogo 27, 2018
Kriss MR1 Awesome Design 5 for Modenas Kriss MR1

I don’t own a Modenas Kriss MR1, but recently I got a chance to use my friend’s two-wheeler. It always attracts me with its awesome.

Modenas Kriss MR1 Images

Kriss MR1 Images

Modenas Kriss MR1 Colors

Modenas Kriss MR1 is available in 3 different colors — Blue, Red and Yellow.

Modenas Kriss MR1 Review

The Modenas Kriss MR1 has been one of the popular 100 cc underbones in Malaysia since it was launched back in the year 2012. It has received a few facelifts since its launch but the mechanics have been untouched. The latest model of the Kriss MR1 is offered in two variants- the MR1 base and the MR1 Sports. The base variant comes fitted with spoke wheels while the Sports variant has black coloured alloy wheels. There’s no change in terms of power as both the variants draw power from a 97.2 cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled SOHC engine which is capable of generating a max power of 6.7 hp at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 6.7 Nm at 5,500 rpm, mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox. In terms of design, the Kriss MR1 is pretty basic featuring a not so sharp headlight, easy to read instrument panel and decent body graphics. There are four colour options to choose from- red, blue, yellow and white. The all-white colour is offered only in the base variant. The black sporty rim and alloy wheels on the Sports variant make it look very attractive. With a price tag of RM 3,300 for the base variant and RM3,400 for the Sports variant, this underbone is bound to offer value for money to its buyers. The Modenas Kriss MR1 rivals against the Demax EX90, the Demak DJ90 and the SYM E Bonus 110.

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Modenas has developed the Kriss MR1 in a very mild and subtle design tone. Nowhere will you find any sharp cuts and creases or loud body graphics. At front, the handlebar stores the headlamp and turn indicators. Right below the handlebar, the front apron has a Modenas logo and two small air vents, while an MR1 logo can be spotted on both sides of the front apron. Another MR1 logo is placed on the side body and the exhaust is covered by a silver painted muffler. The mild graphics continue on the sides and go all the way to the rear end. The rear features a neatly designed tail lamp with side indicators and a black colored single grab rail. The colours red, yellow and blue are mixed with white and black on both the variants, while an all-white option is available in the base variant.

Modenas has built the Kriss MR1 on a pipe backbone frame and the bike has a kerb weight of 98 kg. Despite being a little on the heavier side, the handling is not so difficult and it can easily be manoeuvred around on city roads. Moreover, the alloy wheels on the Sports variant add to a stable riding experience as compared to the base variant that has spoke wheels. To handle the bumps and jerks on the roads, the Kriss MR1 is equipped with conventional telescopic front forks and trailing swing arm at the rear.

Powering the Modenas Kriss MR1 is a 97.2 cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled SOHC engine that churns out a max power of 6.7 hp at 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 6.7 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Power from the engine is transmitted to the wheels using a centrifugal clutch and 4-speed manual gearbox. As per Modenas claims, one can drive the Kriss MR1 for 100 kms at an average speed of 80 kmph using 2.2-litre of fuel. That’s a fuel efficiency of nearly 46 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity of the street bike is 4.3-litre and it has both kick & electric start options.

Braking duties are carried by all-round drum brakes at both the ends. This is one area where Modenas could have improved the Kriss MR1. At least a front disc option must have been offered in both the variants to add to the rider’s safety. There aren’t any additional safety features on the bike like anti-theft key shutter system etc.

Recent Updates of Kriss MR1

Malaysian motorcycle brand Modenas made a strong comeback recently with the all-new Kriss MR2. This new underborne in the town is priced at RM 4,123. However, its elder sibling, the MR1 is still waiting for its share of significant updates. The company recently added a few color splashes and graphics to the Kriss MR1. The 100 cc underborne is now available in four new shades — white, blue, yellow and red. The bike features a high-spirited look thanks to the new body graphics, 3D MR1 badge, and an analogue instrument console. According to the company, Kriss MR1 gives a mileage of 46 kmpl and comes with a 4.3-litre fuel tank. We expected a disc brake update from the manufacturer, but it didn’t happen, and as for now customers have to settle for drum brakes at both the ends.

Official: Modenas Kriss MR1 100cc – RM2,948 (technical specs included)


Actually, the word MR1 refers to ‘Motosikal Rakyat 1Malaysia’ (1Malaysia People’s Bike). The price of the this is very aggressive at RM2,948 which puts it along the rank of Honda EX5 (RM3,998) and its own Modenas CT100. The CT100 is priced at RM3,398 with electric starter and both 100cc.

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From the brochure above, it can be seen that MR1 comes in two flavor; Model E and Model F. The Model F is the upmarket version where it comes with electric starter and for this, I think this one should have a price higher than the recommended RM2,948. But if the price is at RM3,100, this mean it will have a very slight difference when compared to Modenas CT100.

The panel meter looks familiar for all the Kriss family. Large speedometer with easy to read fuel indicator and four lights on the top of it that includes the normal high beam, neutral gear position indicator, top gear position indicator and turn signal indicator.

The overall design of this bike takes the cues from the Modenas Kriss 120 which is one of the popular bike from them long time ago. The most recognizable feature is the tail light that have some kind of fighter jet exhaust pipe cover that enclose it.

The engine used are the workhorse that are proven in terms of durability and fuel efficiency. The same engine are fitted to Kriss 100 and CT100. Maybe Modenas team decide that, if the thing works well, why change it?

Low price are very attractive and this could be the ‘People’s Bike’ as what the team wants it to be. Aftermarket parts will quickly comes out after the bike sells well. Maybe it could even be the tuner’s bike after all.

Modenas Pulsar NS160 and Modenas Kriss MR3 Launched

The Modenas Pulsar NS160 and Modenas Kriss MR3 were launched today.

The Pulsar NS160 shares the same frame with the NS200, compared to the Pulsar 150.

The Kriss MR3 continues with the Kriss MR2’s success.

The Modenas Pulsar NS160 and Modenas Kriss MR3 were launched today.

Both bikes expand Modenas’s offerings in the Malaysian lightweight motorcycle market, giving buyers more choices.

Modenas Pulsar NS160 (from RM7,577)

The Modenas Pulsar NS160 is the upgrade from the Pulsar 150. It shares styling elements of the NS200, apart from its narrower tyres, 240mm front brake disc, and engine.

Its 160cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled engine delivers 14.8hp and 14Nm of torque. That power is channelled through a five-speed transmission. The engine is secured to a perimeter frame from the Pulsar NS200.

The chassis consist of telescopic front forks and a gas-charged monoshock at the back. The split five-spoke wheels are mounted with 80/100 front and 110/80 rear tyres. Disc brakes handle braking on both ends and is supplemented with a single-channel ABS.

The Pulsar NS160 is seen as the entry level model, compared to the NS200. It offers better affordability in the naked style of the Pulsar NS200. It may prove to handle better and nimbler than the NS200 due to its lighter weight, while still retaining the Pulsar NS200’s chassis. Modenas brands the model as the obvious upgrade from kapchais.

Modenas targets to sell at least 1,500 units of the Pulsar NS160.

Highlights:
  • Four-stroke, 160cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled, fuel-injected, SOHC engine, with Digital Triple Spark Ignition (DTSi).
  • Fuel-injection system is supplied by Bosch.
  • The engine produces 14.8hp (11.05kW) at 8,500 RPM and 14Nm.
  • 5-speed gearbox.
  • Nitrox gas-charged rear shock.
  • LED lighting for headlights and turn signals.

The bike will be available from October 2019 and is priced from RM7,577.

Modenas Kriss MR3 110 (from RM3,377)

The Modenas Kriss MR3 continues the success of the Kriss MR2. “MR” stands for “motosikal rakyat” or “people’s motorcycle.”

The model is designed to be affordable by a larger portion of motorcyclists, enabling to have their own transportation.

Highlights:
  • Certified as an Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV).
  • 110cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine.
  • It produces 4.7hp at 8,000 RPM.
  • Telescopic forks and twin rear shocks.
  • Sport headlamp and tail lamp designs.
  • 4.2-litre fuel tank.
  • Up to 200km range.

It is available at dealers from October 2019 and priced from RM3,377.

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