Taro GP 2

Market status: Available in Bangladesh

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taro gp 2

৳ 296,000

Updated: 27th Dec 2020

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Key Specs


149.8 cc


38 kmpl

Maximum Power

16 Bhp @8500 rpm

Maximum Torque

14.5 Nm @ 8000 rpm

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Taro GP 2 is a sportbike. In a country where people have to sell kidneys to buy sportbikes, a company brought a sportbike for under 3 lacs. The sportbike culture in Bangladesh is huge. When Japanese companies are bringing motorcycles at extreme prices, Chinese companies came to save the day. Companies such as Lifan and Taro have brought premium motorcycles at reasonable prices. Taro has brought full-fledged sportbikes in the Taro GP series, which has blown everyone’s minds away.

Taro is a Chinese motorcycle manufacturer. Taro is operating in Bangladesh through the means of Taro Bangla. Taro has been operating in Bangladesh since 2018, and over the years they have gathered a good number of customers. This has been possible because bikes from the Taro GP series are full-fledged sportbikes that are designed to look like MotoGP bikes. Due to cubic capacity limitations, only bikes under 165cc are brought to Bangladesh. Taro GP 2 is also a bike of the Taro GP series.

Key Features:

The Taro GP 2 is a sportbike with full fairing and clip-ons and all the shenanigans needed for a sportbike. The bike is made with clip-ons and a split seat. The front of the bike gets an extended windscreen which allows wind to be diverted above the bike. The Taro GP 2, just like its predecessors, also has a loud exhaust sound. However, unlike the previous version, the Taro GP 2 comes with an under-seat exhaust system. 

The Taro GP 2 comes in two colors. The colors are:

  1. Orange.
  2. Green. 

Both variants of the bike come with little to no decals. 

The Taro GP 2 has a full LED headlight setup. The LED headlights allow the rider to have a good view of the highway at night. The with LED headlights, the bike also has LED taillights, which are situated on the borders of the exhaust at the back. The indicators of the bike are also LED, which gives this bike a very minimalistic look. 

The Taro GP 2 has a very informative instrument cluster. The instrument cluster is fully digital. The instrument cluster shows speed, odo, trip, RPM count, time, fuel amount, and other necessary indicators. The instrument cluster is everything a rider needs and more.

Physical Attributes:

The Taro GP 2 comes with a very big physical appearance just like its predecessor. The clip-ons of the bike are slightly raised, which allows the rider to comfortably ride the bike for long periods without getting tired or back-pain. The bike has a saddle height of 785mm, which will suitable for riders above the height of 5’3”. It also means that the ones who had difficulty riding the Taro GP 1 will not have the same difficulty riding this bike. The ground clearance of the bike is around 180mm, which allows the rider to conquer most of the speedbumps of Bangladesh. The bike also has a fuel capacity of 11.5liters, which is less than the big brother, but still great for going on long tours. 

The length, width, height, and weight of the Taro GP 2 are 1930mm, 730mm, 1080mm, and 140kg respectively. The bike may look similar to the Taro GP 1, but it is smaller and nimbler. The bike also has a very long wheelbase of 1313mm. The wheelbase is also shorter, which further makes it nimbler, but takes away some of the stability during cornering.

Engine and Transmission:

The Taro GP 2 comes with a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, and 149.8cc engine. The engine is liquid-cooled and is fitted with a carburetor. The engine pumps out a staggering 16BHP of power at 8500rpm and 14.5Nm torque at 8000rpm. While the power is extremely high, the torque figure is quite average and also kicks in quite late. The bike is expected to have a mileage of around 38kmpl on average. 

The Taro GP 2 has a basic wet multi-plate clutch system. The Taro GP 2 has a 6-speed gearbox, and the bike has an approximate top speed of about 130kmph.

Brakes, Suspensions, and Wheels:

Taro GP 2 has a very average braking system, considering the price. The front brake of the bike is quite interesting though. The front brake is a dual-disc setup, of which both the discs are 300mm. The rear brake is also above most brake plates, as it is a 240mm disc. Now, the question is why the brakes are average for its price because at this price an ABS or CBS would have done wonders to the bike. 

The Taro GP 2 comes with telescopic forks at the front and a gas-charged mono-shock at the rear. The front has telescopic forks that are not upside-down forks and does not come with adjustability settings either. The rear gas-charged mono-shock won’t be very comfortable for a pillion, but for the rider at corners, it will be highly useful.

The Taro GP 2 has alloy wheels. The front and the rear have a combination of 110/70 and 140/70 tires respectively. The tire combination is quite good compared to other motorcycles of this range. It also is quite suitable for leaning at the corners and for good braking.

Target Audience:

The Taro GP 2 is for the people who are learning their ropes in the sportbikes segment. This bike is for beginner sportbike riders, not beginner bikers. For beginners, this bike will be a bit overwhelming as it is powerful and big. This bike is for the occasional tourers and people who like to ride on the highway for fun. 


Taro GP 2 has very few competitors in its segment.

  1. Lifan KPR 150.
  2. Aprilia GPR 150.
  3. Taro GP 1.

Taro GP 2 is a good-looking motorcycle with good specifications and features. This bike is a great bike for the street Rossis and the speed lovers. The Taro GP 2 is expected to have a similar response to the Taro GP 1. 

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Taro GP 2 is a sportbike. In a country where people have to sell kidneys to buy sportbikes, a company brought a sportbike for under 3 lacs. The sportbike culture in Bangladesh is huge. When Japanese companies are bringing motorcycles at extreme prices, Chinese companies came to save the day. Companies such as Lifan and […]
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Specification: Taro GP 2

1. Details
Price 2,96,000 BDT
CC Category 150 cc
Category Sports Bike
Distributor Taro Bangla
Product Availability Available
2. Engine & Transmission
Displacement 149.8 cc
Engine Type 4 stroke, Single cylinder (Water cooled), Chamshift overhead
Max Power 16 Bhp @8500 rpm
Max Torque 14.5 Nm @ 8000 rpm
BORE x STROKE 56.5 mm x 49.5 mm
Gears 6-Speed
Compression Ratio 10.7:1
Clutch Wet Multi -Plate
Engine Cooling Liquid Cooled
Fuel Supply Carburetor
Starting Method Electric Starter
Transmission Type Manual
3. Dimensions
Fuel Tank Capacity 11.5 liters
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Height 1080 mm
Overall Length 1930 mm
Overall Width 730 mm
Seat Height 785 mm
Weight 140 Kg
Wheelbase 1313 mm
4. Brakes, Wheels & Suspensions
Braking Normal Braking System
Front Brake Duel 300 mm Disc
Front Suspension Positive shock absorber
Front Tyre 110/70 – 16
Rear Brake Single 240 mm Disc
Rear Suspension Single gas absorber
Rear Tyre 140/70 – 16
Tyre Type Tubeless
Wheel Type Alloy
5. Top Speed and Mileage
Mileage (Average) 35 Kmpl+ (Approx)
Top Speed 135 Kmph (Approx)
6. Electricals
Battery 12 V / 9 Ah
Connection Type DC
Headlight LED
Indicators LED
Tail Light LED
7. Features
Handle Type 3-step Aluminium
Fuel Gauge Digital
Odometer Digital
Pass Switch Yes
RPM Meter Digital
Seat type Split
Speedometer Digital

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  • Where is Taro from?

    Taro is a Chinese motorcycle manufacturer.

    Answer by : jojo on Dec 27, 2020 06:53:41 AM
  • Is Taro a good motorcycle brand?

    Taro is an ISO and Euro certified company; hence it can be said Taro motorcycles have good quality.

    Answer by : jojo on Dec 27, 2020 06:54:04 AM
  • What is the mileage of the Taro GP 2?

    The Taro GP 2 has an approximated mileage of around 38kmpl.

    Answer by : jojo on Dec 27, 2020 06:54:46 AM


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