Since 2011 we use to hear the name Inazuma 250 everywhere in the auto and moto blogs. And the latest news on it is that the Global motorcycle leader, Suzuki is all set to launch the machine by the mid of 2013. However, the exact date of its debut appearance is still incertain from sources. Additionally, to pump up the uncertainty Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL) hasn't disclosed any comments on it.
This bi-wheeler is known as the GW250 in the USA market and as the same Inazuma in the European markets including the UK. Even though, the Inazuma 250 is categorized under the on-road standard motorcycles, the machine itself provides a naked appearance to any eyes those look at. Once the machine touches the Indian continent it would be nigh-mares for its rivals.
Describing its technical specifications, the rock-star comes with a powerful 248 cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder, liquid-cooled, SOHC engine, which is capable to produce a maximum power of 26 bhp at 8500 rpm and stunning torque of 24.2 Nm. The machine is mated with a 6-speed, constant mesh gear transmission. It is driven by a chain final drive.
What is the most speciality of the Inazuma 250 is its 7-way adjustable spring preload. With that the rider can adjust the way that suits him the most by using the tool box provided along with the motorcycle. More interestingly, the rear Swingarm, coil spring, oil damped suspension is handled by a mono-shock system that makes the suspension unseen to the viewer. It adds sportiness to the bi-wheeler without compromising any comfort. Meanwhile, the front suspension, Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped, which is seen in all entry level superbike makes the motorcycle to be at the next level of motorcycling.
Thanks to disc brakes at both ends. It provides severe confidence to the rider. It has a decent fuel tank of 13.3 liter capacity. Suzuki assures an unbelievable mileage of 36.13 kmpl under standard conditions. This will certainly give advantage to the bike in its competitions with opponents. The bike weighs 182 kgs.
Suzuki has provide a dashing instrumentation on the Inazuma. Equipped with a large analog tachometer, which is neighboured by a digital LCD speedometer, odometer, twin trip meter, clock and fuel gauge readouts, maintenance interval indicator at the right side and 3-mode rpm indicator (Normal mode, Eco mode and Off) on the right, plus LED indicators on the left. The analog tachometer is also included of a gear position indicator. Nevertheless, Suzuki should have wedded a split seat to make it sportier.
The quarter-liter bike, the Inazuma is expected to be assembled at Suzuki's Gurgaon plant in Delhi. This will result to minimize tax and further duty charges. Suzuki Inazuma is expected to be priced around Rs. 2 lakh.
Suzuki Inazuma 250 is expected to cost Rs. 2 lakh.
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