Daiichi Megelli 250 RR

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Daiichi Megelli 250 RR 2024

Daiichi Megelli 250 RR 2024 is a 2 Seater Sport. it is available in 1 variants in the Malaysia. The Megelli 250 RR is powered by a 249.6 cc engine, and has a 6-Speed gearbox. The Megelli 250 RR comes with Disc front brakes and Disc rear brakes. Over 11 users have reviewed Megelli 250 RR on basis of Features, Mileage, seating comfort, and engine performance. Megelli 250 RR top competitors are CB500F, 390 Duke, RC 390 and G 310 R.

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Key Specs of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR

Start Option
Petrol Electric
Maximum Power
Petrol 26 hp
Displacement
Petrol 249.6 cc
Megelli 250 RR Specifications

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Megelli 250 RR Pros & Cons

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Things we like in Megelli 250 RR

Proportionate styling

Affordable price

Things we don't like in Megelli 250 RR

Questionable long-term reliability

Inconsistent power delivery

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The Megelli 250 RR is a sports motorcycle from Daiichi that features a sleek and streamlined profile that is accentuated by the stylish fairing that covers the engine. This full sports body cowling is done to offer wind buffer protection to the rider. The info cluster is very easy-to-read and gets an LCD speedometer. Powering this motorcycle is a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled single-cylinder 249.6cc engine that makes 26 hp of power at 8500 rpm and 22.8 Nm of torque at 7000 rpm. The engine comes paired to a 6-speed manual gearbox with a wet and multi-plate clutch. Disc brakes on both ends offer ample stopping power to this sports bike.

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Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Price List 2024

Daiichi Megelli 250 RR price list is not officially available in Malaysia. Find the best price by requesting callback from Daiichi dealers.

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Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Standard
Manual, 2, 249.6 cc, 26 hp
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Compare Variants Of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR

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  • Megelli 250 RR Standard
    Base Variant Features
    • Petrol
    • Manual
    • Pass Switch
    • Display Screen
    • Adjustable Headlights
    • Side Wings
    • Indicator Light
    • Tripmeter
    • Tachometer
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Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Review 2024

Based on its naked roadster version, the Megelli 250 SR, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR is a fully-faired entry-level super-sport motorcycle from a relatively less-known brand of motorcycles, Daiichi. In the Malaysian two-wheeler market, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR is being offered in a single shade of white.

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Overview

 
Brand Daiichi Malaysia
Body Type Sport

Powertrain

 
Engine 249.6 cc
Transmission Type Manual
Power Output 26 hp and 22.8 Nm of torque
Fuel Type Petrol
Drive Type Chain Drive

Dimensions

 
Seating Capacity 2 Seater
Width 745 mm
Length 1990 mm
Height 1060 mm

Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Design

Compared to its naked roadster version, the Megelli 250 SR, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR looks much more proportionate and good-looking. The addition of the full fairing at the front in place of the odd-looking compact cowl and headlamp of the Megelli 250 SR has completely transformed the look of the motorcycle. However, the fact that it looks much ‘inspired’ by an Italian motorcycle from the bygone era snatches its sense of individuality.

At the front, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR greets you with its nicely-styled full-fairing, which comes adorned with a wing-shaped dual-headlamp setup, both of which come integrated with halogen projectors. The overall shape of the headlamps and front fairing looks very much like the Ducati 1198 from the yesteryears. The full fairing at the front also comes attached with rearview mirrors and an aerodynamic windscreen at the top.

The side profile of the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR rectifies all the shortcomings of its naked roadster version, with the side panels of the front fairing covering the engine and the red-coloured trellis frame quite neatly. Like the 250 SR, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR also gets a red-coloured theme for the trellis frame and trellis swing-arm at the rear, which makes it look very Italian. The fairing also covers the radiator mounted ahead of the black-themed engine.

Apart from these elements, the slim-looking fuel tank, sporty-looking tail section with split seats above and hollows integrated into the sides, and red-coloured rear footrest holders are also retained from the 250 SR. Even at the back, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR gets the same LED tail lamp with a dual-port under-seat exhaust system below it. The motorcycle comes equipped with five-spoke black alloy wheels and petal disc brakes at both ends.

The rider’s cockpit of the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR also looks a bit different from that of the 250 SR. This fully-faired motorcycle comes with clip-on handlebars and a part-digital instrument console, the latter of which has been retained from the 250 SR. This unit includes an analogue tachometer with white background and a blue-backlit LCD panel for a digital speedometer, odometer, trip meters, fuel gauge and a few other information. While the design looks much better here than the Megelli 250 SR, the build quality and fit and finish levels are still not up to the mark as those of the established motorcycles from global players.

 

Megelli 250 RR Ride & Handling

Apart from the engine, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR also shares other mechanicals with its naked roadster sibling, the 250 SR. It also gets conventional hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and a state-of-the-art tubular trellis swing-arm with mono-shock at the rear. Riding on 100/70-17 front and 130/70-17 rear tyres, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR gets petal disc brakes at both ends. While the motorcycle weighs 122 kg, its seat height is 800mm.

Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Engine & Fuel Consumption

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR retains the four-stroke, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 249.6cc engine from its naked roadster sibling. Coupled with a 6-speed gearbox, this engine produces 26 hp of maximum power and 22.8 Nm of maximum torque. However, the engine refinement and power delivery are not as smooth as one would have expected from it.

Megelli 250 RR Braking & Safety

Like the Daiichi Megelli 250 SR, its fully-faired sibling also misses out on crucial safety features and doesn’t get one, not even the crucial addition of ABS.

 

Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Verdict

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR has succeeded in addressing one shortcoming of its naked roadster sibling, and that is its styling. The 250 RR looks quite Italian with a stand-out design, which makes it look very stylish. However, apart from it, the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR is sadly the same old motorcycle under the skin, with the engine and chassis leaving a lot to be desired.

 

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  • Stylish and reliable Daiichi model

    Italian flavor of this Daichi bike is its core style signature which I found to be absolutely mesmerizing. I can’t deny like many other bike lovers...

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    Alexis Jun 27, 2024 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • A stylish super sports motorcycle

    I have ridden numerous super sports bikes over the years because the bikes in this category ignite my passion for biking. I had never heard about the...

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    Ahmad Dec 04, 2023 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Fun to ride

    Daiichi megelli-250-rr is a Chinese-manufactured 249cc motorcycle based on its naked roadster version. This fully-faired bike has a streamlined,...

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    Wali Apr 06, 2023 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Fun to ride

    Daiichi megelli-250-rr is a Chinese-manufactured 249cc motorcycle based on its naked roadster version. This fully-faired bike has a streamlined,...

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    Asyraf Apr 06, 2023 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Sporty design and performance

    The Megelli 250 RR is a decent sports bike for beginners, in my opinion. I have had the opportunity of riding this bike a couple of times, and I...

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    Reheeq Nov 08, 2022 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Powerful sleek and stylish sports bike

    To me grabbing hold of decent sports bikes is nothing less than a passion. Thus, after a vivid market exploration, I decided to include Daiichi...

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    Marcus Aug 23, 2022 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • The epitome of pleasing looks

    Growing up watching movies like Torque and On Any Sunday like me, you are bound to earn an immense love and respect for sports bikes. Thus when I was...

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    Manuel Mar 31, 2022 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Italian supersport flavor for the masses

    The fact that the Megelli 250 RR has the perfect combination of design cues of both MV Agusta and Ducati of previous-generation models evokes a sense...

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    Khajeer Nov 25, 2021 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • High-powered engine!

    I believe the Megelli 250 RR is the greatest sports bike currently available on the Malaysian market in terms of performance and handling. Powerful...

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    Charles Sep 15, 2021 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
  • Sports Ride

    If you have grown up watching movies like Torque and On Any Sunday like me, you earn a huge love and respect for sports bikes. So when I could...

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    Ashraf Jun 04, 2021 for Daiichi Megelli 250 RR
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Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Questions & Answers (FAQs)

Get answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR, including its features, specifications, performance, maintenance, and more.

What is the Daiichi Megelli 250 RR Seat Height?

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR seat height is 800 mm .

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What is the Power Output of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR?

The maximum power output of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR is 26 hp and the maximum torque is 22.8 Nm .

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What are the Dimensions of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR?

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR dimensions are as follows - Height: 1060 mm , Length: 1990 mm , Width: 745 mm .

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What is the Engine Displacement of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR?

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR has a 249.6 cc Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4-Valve, 4-Stroke Engine engine.

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What is the Tyre Type of Daiichi Megelli 250 RR?

The Daiichi Megelli 250 RR has Radial, Tubeless Tyre Type.

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