Next February 2024, Thrust Motor will welcome to Greece a new scooter with 14-inch front and 13-inch rear wheels, which will be available with three different Euro 5 engines and correspondingly different equipment.
The new scooter is produced in an air-cooled version DSR 125 AC and two liquid-cooled DSR 125/150 LC ABS & TCS.
The base and more affordable form DSR 125 AC wears an air-cooled 124.9 cc single cylinder with a maximum output of 9.5 hp at 7,500 rpm and 1 kgm at 6,000 rpm for a wet weight of 135 kg.
It stops with two 240 and 220 mm discs at the front and rear respectively, with a two-piston caliper at the front and a CBS combined braking system.
The other form of the new Thrust Motor is equipped with a higher-revving liquid-cooled single cylinder in two variants, 124.9 and 149.6 cc, which perform as follows:
DSR 125 LC: 11.6 hp at 8,500 rpm and 1.1 kgm at 6,500 rpm
DSR 150 LC: 14.7 hp at 8,500 rpm and 1.5 kgm at 6,500 rpm
This version is more luxurious at all levels, as it has an Auto Start-Stop system that temporarily switches off the engine after a few seconds of idling, Silent Start, ABS anti-lock braking system and TCS (traction control) system.
In addition, luxury is also served on a more utilitarian level with a TFT color display in the instruments and keyless central switch with wireless key.
The suspensions with the conventional telescopic fork and the two shock absorbers are common equipment on all three DSRs, likewise their brakes (except CBS-ABS), while both their design and their ergonomics are identical, with the saddle on the friendliest 770 mm.
As for the weight of the liquid-cooled versions, it only adds an extra three kilograms to reach 138 with the 10.5 liter tank full of petrol.
As we said earlier, all the new DSRs are expected in our country in February and will be available in three colors: Gray Matt, White and Red Matt. Their prices have not been announced yet.