The basics of the Ural Patrol are the same as other Ural motorcycle models. The controls are lighter, and the engine more responsive. Ural's underpinnings are low-spec and gives good durability. It has an air-cooled, overhead valve, 745-cc, horizontally placed, twin-cylinder engine that produces 40 hp at 5600 rpm and 38 lb-ft of torque at 4600 rpm. The motorcycle’s power can be started either via electric or kick start, and it yields about 26 to 33 mpg. It has a dual-disc dry clutch with a four-speed transmission with reverse, which shifts power to the rear wheel by the shaft drive. The front suspension and rear coil-overs have Sachs shocks, and the front brakes are fitted with full-floating Brembo discs and mechanical drums at the rear wheels. The Ural Patrol’s simple air-cooled, boxer-style engine is fitted with international components like Brembo brakes, Domino grips, Sachs shocks, Herzog gears, and Keihin carburetors to improve its performance and reliability. The recommended maximum speed is a stable 65 mph.