JINCHENG Tiramisu 200 Review
JINCHENG’s Tiramisu is a 200cc European style scooter. Recently, Tiramisu comes with an updated model.
The overall appearance of the new Tiramisu has hardly changed: an outstanding and elegant European style large-wheel scooter.
The new Tiramisu puts on a young clothes. The sky-blue body gives a clean, pure, trendy and elegant feeling.
The front face is one of the biggest changes, from the previous “honeycomb” to the current “vertical bar”-shaped, which is more of the popular design language. In addition, the factory has prepared front panels with different colors for users to choose.
To go with the new appearance color blending and make the scooter look more harmonious, the new Tiramisu changed the ivory-white aluminum wheel hub. The tire specifications are still 110/80-16 (front) and 120/80-16 (rear). The front and rear 16-inch wheel is still a unique existence among the models of the same class.
The above three points are the most obvious improvements on the new Tiramisu. Of course, there are interior improvements such as further engine optimization the improvement of riding experience.
The headlamp is still the layered LED light with brightness reaching 80,000cd, 4 times the national standard. The headlamp continues the European design and is turned on when starting the scooter.
Although the dashboard is a combination of mechanical pointer and LCD screen, the retro-looking mechanical pointer is more prominent. All necessary data are indicated.
Among the handlebar buttons, there is ECO/SPORT selection button that is rarely seen on a scooter.
A USB charging interface is set at the lower place of left and right handlebars.
The storage boxes are opened with the scooter key, which can respectively hold a tool kit and a mobile phone.
The wide one-piece saddle has been replaced with brown leather, and the surface has gone through anti-slip treatment.
The space under the saddle can contain a half-face helmet. A tail box can be added if there is a need for carrying more stuff.
The 8L tank capacity meets most of the short-and medium-distance travel requirements. If longer travel distance needed, the factory provides an option of an auxiliary fuel tank.
In addition, many riders will add spotlights and other components for long distance travel. Thus, the factory replaces the battery with a more stable-performance battery to ensure sufficient battery.
It adopts front and rear disc brakes and Bosch ABS, a high standard configuration among similar models.
The front vertical shock absorber is provided with a protective housing. The rear two-sided shock absorber is adjustable for multiple sections.
The scooter is powered by an actual 188.6cc water-cooled four-valve DOHC engine that has stable performance. The maximum power is 14.1kW/8,250rpm, the maximum torque is 16.5N·m/6,500rpm, and the compression ratio is 12.1:1.
The mature engine has been further optimized in vibration control and smoothness of power output. In addition to slight vibration at idle speed, riding in the full rev range feels almost no vibration, with linear power output. The four-valve engine features quick rev increase. When the speed exceeds 4,000rp, the engine gives a sensitive dynamic response. When the meter reading exceeds 100km/h, the engine still feels powerful.
The large diameter tires deliver good passability and riding stability, especially on uneven and unsealed roads, providing more confidence for riders on the road.
A big wheel means the body will accordingly enlarge, so the rider has more stretching space. It will be more friendly to taller people. The scooter generally provides an excellent riding experience.
As an updated classic model, Tiramisu, with a new color and new exterior parts, looks younger and more stylish. The mainstream configuration, mature power system, and big wheels will help it win a larger user base. (Source: WeChat: newmotor)
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