For the retro scooter scene in Malaysia, get the 2022 Royal Alloy GP125, priced at RM12,497, and retailing at GP180, RM15,252, get the color update. Prices for the GP125 and GP180 have remained unchanged since 2021 and are on-the-road without insurance.
Matte black has been used for the new color scheme of the GP125, whereas the GP180 is now decorated in Metal Blue. Otherwise there is no other change for GP125 and GP180 including power from single-cylinder air-cooled engine.
The GP125 produces 9.65 hp at 7,500 rpm and 9.2 Nm of torque at 7,000 rpm with EFI fueling. Power goes through a belt drive and CVT transmission, as is typical for category scooters.
Braking uses single hydraulic discs on 12-inch front and rear wheels with 110/70 and 120/70 tires. The GP125 weighs 130 kg and carries 10.5-liters of fuel in the tank, while inside the front cooler is a storage bogie with a USB charging socket and pockets for riders’ smartphones, as well as storage space for events.
For the GP180, a 169 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder produces 10 hp at 7,250 rpm while rated at 10.6 Nm at 5,250 rpm. All other specifications remain the same as the GP125, the GP180 comes standard with ABS.7.
Gallery: 2022 Royal Alloy GP180 Metal Blue
Gallery: 2022 Royal Alloy GP125 Matte Black