Varez 400, the naked SWM is now Euro 5


SWM Varez, the naked with a trellis frame and single-cylinder engine presented at the last Milan Motor Show, remains the same bike on an aesthetic level and confirms the two available displacements: 125 and 400 cc. But this last volume is the object of the great novelty of Casa Lombarda at Eicma 2019: it is the first Euro 5 engine that will equip one of the models of the House of Biandronno. The engine remains a liquid-cooled single cylinder with a double overhead camshaft.

The style of this bike remains almost unchanged, with a tank with muscular lines that leave space for two small air intakes located above the radiator that guarantee a convoy of fresh air towards an airbox, the latter containing the feeding system. In the front area we find the round LED full light, accompanied by direction lights mounted close to the small LCD dashboard. Behind, however, remains the tapered tail which encloses the passenger handles in the line. The technical division of the 125 cc is completed with a front brake with floating caliper, 280 mm disc and combined braking; the front fork is upside down while the rear one is adjustable only in preload. The 400 cc chassis, on the other hand, with higher performance, adapts with a 47 mm upside-down fork, single shock absorber adjustable in rebound and preload, and a Brembo front brake system with 320 mm floating disc.

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