AJP PR4 ENDURO (2003 - on) Review
At a glance
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Overall ratingNext up: Ride & brakes
The AJP PR4 Enduro motorcycle is made in Portugal, using engines from Taiwan and a sturdy, locally built chassis, featuring durable Paioli suspension and handy features like a see-thru gas tank, so you can see how you're doing on fuel when in the wilds. The motorcycles look and feel tough enough to last well, but are expensive to buy and the engines are simply too old tech and lack lowdown urge.
Ride quality & brakesNext up: Engine
The AJP PR4 Enduro has a well made chassis, featuring a tubular frame and rugged Italian suspension, complete with substantial swingarm. It comes with semi-knobbly tyres as standard too. On the road, they feel a bit twitchy, but light enough to be chucked about once you develop some confidence.
EngineNext up: Reliability
The CPI supplied AJP PR4 Enduro engine from Taiwan is basically a copy of old Honda single cylinder motors, with a few modern tweaks. They do the job, but the AJP PR4 Enduro feels a bit flat, a little crude and buzzy compared to modern day Honda/Yamaha/Suzuki 125cc/200cc motorcycles. The AJP 200 has very good economy however, if you want an enduro style commuter motorcycle.
Reliability & build qualityNext up: Value
There's no question the AJP PR4 Enduro and AJP motorcycles are built to a high spec overall. But they do cost a fair bit more than the average Chinese 125/200 trailbike new. You get an undeniable feeling of rugged reliability with the AJP PR4 Enduro, but that is offset each time you hit an uphill section of road - or trail - by the plodding engines. Will those Taiwanese engines last as well as many an 80s SOHC Honda single already has done? Good question...
Value vs rivalsNext up: Equipment
At nearly three grand the AJP PR4 Enduro 200 is an expensive way to trundle to work. The 125cc range aren't anywhere near as cheap as many other `rare' brand name motorcycles either. The fact that the AJP PR4 Enduro is made in the EU, with a decent chassis, counts for something, but if you're looking for a learner bike to start your 17-year-old's motorcycling career, maybe the AJPs are simply too expensive, and too off-road biased. Find an AJP PR4 Enduro for sale.
As you might expect from an enduro, there's not much in the way of luxury with the AJP PR4 Enduro. Great chassis components, firm seat, wide handlebars with brushguards - that's about it. We haven't ridden an AJP PR4 Enduro at night but we would expect the lighting to be pretty basic to be honest. Compare and buy parts for the AJS PR4 Enduro in the MCN Shop.
|Engine type||2v, single, 5 gears|
|Frame type||Steel tubular cradle|
|Fuel capacity||198 litres|
|Front suspension||Preload, rebound, compression|
|Rear suspension||Preload, rebound, compression|
|Front brake||255mm disc|
|Rear brake||210mm disc|
|Front tyre size||90/90 x 21|
|Rear tyre size||120/90 x 17|
Mpg, costs & insurance
|Average fuel consumption||60 mpg|
|Annual road tax||£44|
|Annual service cost||-|
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How much to insure?
|Warranty term||Two year unlimited mileage|
Top speed & performance
|Max power||18 bhp|
|Max torque||11 ft-lb|
|Top speed||65 mph|
|1/4 mile acceleration||15.5 secs|
|Tank range||100 miles|
Model history & versions
2003: AJP PR4 125 Enduro and Supermoto appear in UK.
2004: AJP PR4 200 Enduro launched.
125cc Enduro 200cc Enduro.
Owners' reviews for the AJP PR4 ENDURO (2003 - on)
1 owner has reviewed their AJP PR4 ENDURO (2003 - on) and rated it in a number of areas. Read what they have to say and what they like and dislike about the bike below.
Summary of owners' reviews
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Version: Smaller version 19” wheel
Add an up graded Keihin carb & race CDI box!
Flat until you do a couple of grades, unless you are a beginner.
Love the Sachs fully adjustable suspension. If you want more snap you’ll need to up grade the carb, and better yet add the CDI box and Belparts intake/exhaust
Buying experience: Dealer....bit of a drive and not easy to find any kn stock