QLINK is a Chinese manufacturer of bikes, and they produce a fairly high quality solution for low-budget shoppers looking for the experience of a versatile bike. As a dual-purpose motorcycle, the QLINK XP offers value both on the street and on the offroad trail, which makes it one of the most versatile motorcycles in its price range. The XP stands for extra purpose, and it refers to the dual usage. The high offroad seat and well-crafted engine make for an excellent ride, and the well-crafted suspension allows for little jarring. The engine inside the 2011 QLINK XP is nearly an exact copy of the Suzuki DRZ-400, but it has a slightly smaller carburetor and detuned cams. Seeing as QLINK helps produce these engine, it makes sense that they would be able to use a close match. The gearing, clutch, and compression ratio are exactly the same, and the slight difference make the QLINK XP put out about four less horsepower than the Suzuki DRZ-400. That said, the price point is almost cut in half when compared to the Suzuki, making the QLINK XP a better choice for budget-conscious buyers.