Kymco Krider 400 arrives in global markets with sporty design

Taiwanese automaker Kymco has unveiled its 2022 Krider 400 bike for the global markets.

As for the highlights, the motorcycle has an aggressive design and offers a digital instrument cluster as well as a full-LED lighting setup.

It is powered by a 399cc, parallel-twin engine that puts out a maximum power of 43.5hp.

The Kymco Krider 400 sits on a steel tube frame and has a muscular fuel tank with extensions

a stepped-up seat, an underbelly exhaust, and arrowhead-shaped mirrors.

The bike packs an LCD instrument console, an all-LED setup for lighting, a USB charging socket, and rides on blacked-out alloy wheels.

It gets golden-colored front forks and tips the scales at 205kg.

The Kymco Krider 400 draws power from a 399cc, parallel-twin engine that generates a maximum power of 43.5hp and a peak torque of 37Nm

The mill is linked to a 6-speed gearbox.