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    Default re: Suzuki Inazuma 250: xBhp News

    -heavy bike but low seat height makes it easy to handle.
    -revs to 10500rpm
    -main stand as an option
    -might be cheaper than cb250r by some margin
    -24bhp
    -wide pillions seats=comfortable
    -approx 136kmph top end
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    @princesirohi- Not too kicked about the 3-spoke alloy wheels. May be they'll pitch this against Bajaj's first- 3 spark plugs

    Could you please mention the source of all the dope you shared with us? I don't expect Suzuki to provide all those accessories. And how it would look with a tailbox is another tale
    Also, where did you see the centre stand? Can't see any

    And what's with this new trend of putting large, bulky tanks with puny internal reservoirs?
    I.m.o. the front fender is a stand out element alongwith that headlamp. Lot of effort seems to have gone in to make it look like a full-grown vulture's beak.

    Just thinkin aloud, this is the diametric opposite of the D200- heavy as a ship, excess bodywork, large single seat and 2 exhausts vs none!


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    Quote Originally Posted by albyjose View Post
    Love it.
    13.3L tank is NOT good on a sport tourer as my apache 's got 16L I think!
    Even its gs150r comes with 19-20litrs tank...
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    @DeVille: yes 3 spoke wheels vs 3 spark plugs ... nice ... 3 seems to be the in-thing now a days ... lol..

    source... shhh... check the suzuki's australian website...

    center stand is an option and an accessory.

    .regarding vulture beak.... the bike looks big in reality...something bigger than a 250.

    @ others: yes i too agree that fuel tank capacity is a bit less, but hey its better than duke's... isn't it..??

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    more dope...he he..

    it makes only 24.6 bhp @ 8500 RPM

    seat height is low, so smaller riders will find it friendly.

    tyres may be RoadWinner.

    no ABS.

    quality feels good.

    rear view mirrors are decent.

    well balanced and steady in straight line, and handling is ok.

    clutch feels light and gearbox is smooth.

    can cruise all day at 100-110 kmph comfortably with a top speed of 135-140 kmph at 10,500 RPM where the redline starts. windblast will be a problem as its a naked bike

    lean it too much and you will scrap something, probably footpegs or exhaust.

    headlight is good, both the spread and throw.

    suspension is nice soft and plush.

    the in-line twin engine does not have the CBR250 kind of low end torque, and the bike feels a bit slow below 4000 RPM, after which things are ok.

    a comprehensive instrument panel including a gear indicator, service reminder and 3-mode RPM indicator allowing you to select the gear change prompts that suits the type riding you require, including an economy mode for changing gear to achieve optimal fuel consumption.

    Wheelbase: 1430mm
    Seat height: 780mm
    Ground Clearance: 165mm
    Bore: 53.5mm x 55.2mm
    Compression ratio: 11.5:1
    Front tyres: 110/80-17M/C 57H ( notice the front tyres and not low profile, not average profile, but more than average profile)
    Rear tyres: 140/70-17M/C 66H

    there are some vibrations in high RPM range.

    seat is wide and comfortable.

    fuel consumption will be similar too CBR.

    brakes are good.

    in developed economies it is a budget commuter, in developing states it is a sports tourer.

    this completes my own review of the bike based on google uncle...

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    Default re: Suzuki Inazuma 250: xBhp News

    Headlight is like SUZUKI B-KING. overall the looks r Badddddddd.. :thumbdown:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Akki4134 View Post
    Headlight is like SUZUKI B-KING. overall the looks r Badddddddd.. :thumbdown:

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    Who cares about looks, We have got a reason to rejoice that we got another parallel twin that too with dual exhausts in the 250-300 segment after ninja, that too a naked this time. Over a period of time the looks would grow into us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by princesirohi View Post



    common Suzuki ............. open up your eyes ........... look around in India and its market before pushing in a product to flash another "flop-show" !! those exhausts are looking so vintage in the glowing sunlight !!

    It feels to me that the front end has got no resonance in design with the rear end ............... and now you Suzuki is also playing like the most of the players ............ without putting up serious efforts in after-sales service you are pushing in new products ........... I only guess why should an individual buy a product when he sees no sound future support !!

    LED(s) are making us crazy today and you seem like have lost all those points here .............. did u design this bike back in 90's or something !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by princesirohi View Post
    this completes my own review of the bike based on google uncle...
    Epic. Anyways thanks for all the effort you have put. First time i am hearing somebody "reviewing" a bike's Suspension, Foot peg scrapping, Low/Mid range Torque, Vibrations at high RPMs etc etc based on Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phanikar View Post
    First time i am hearing somebody "reviewing" a bike ... based on Google.
    LOL! Maybe we can have 'First impression based on google' subforum
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