This is an overall excellent motorcycle. The engine is made by Qingqi which belongs to Suzuki in China, so their designs are from Suzuki, thus proven reliable and mostly any spare part from Suzuki will fit without problem. Is feeded by a Mikuni BS30 CV carb and a TCI controlled ignition.
Front suspension is an inverted fork, very very sturdy, quite similar to the fork in the CB190 but with longer travel. Rear is a classical dual shock using generous travel 370mm length shocks. Both front and rear have disks, but lacks in safety features like ABS.
Lighting: Front main lamp is an S2, which tends to break often if driven in rough roads, but is possible to adapt an H4 led lamp.
Design: based on the 50'/60' old scramblers, this bike is a faithful build, with all you would find in one of those old bikes, high exhaust (made of stainless steel, very well made), round main lamp with a steel grill to stand a hit from tree branches, a big fuel tank (11L), mixed tires, a chunky on the front, and a dual use on the rear, and a all chromed wide handlebar with classic diamond grips.
The speedometer also indicates neutral, high beam, includes a gear indicator. Lacks in a fuel indicator and tachometer.
It would be nice to have a sump protector, and reinforced chasis down there, but you can add it if you want, and adapting leds is almost a necessity. But, being a Chinese made bike, you can't ask it for more.