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Review: Suzuki Inazuma 250

March 2014

A twin-cylinder is a hotly-debated topic amongst bikers. Given a choice, I love anything above to be a twin-cylinder, but given the added manufacturers incur, they kept a distance from machines. It’s a fair too, if you build any 500cc with a single-cylinder engine, it still cost much than a twin-cylinder bike half that cubic

Case in point, the Suzuki Enthusiasts were waiting for 250cc, twin-cylinder bike Suzuki for a fairly long but when it was finally launched. the price tag of Rs 3.26 lakh, Mumbai was an anti-climax. But for those who are keen to know more this simple twin-pot I suggest you read on.

Starting with the appearance, the looks like a much bike than the humble motor that nestles in its would suggest. The front the B-King muscle bike the odd looking headlight and the muscular tank with integrated while the twin exhausts out from the rear give it a look. Suzuki has very skipped any mention of the cubic on the bike.

The only badging you see on the bike is the logo on the fuel tank and the tag below the pillion seat.

If you are for something flashy to get you noticed, the won’t have the desired It is understated, and people who do notice the will come and talk to you about the bike’s performance and rather than the retarded, deti hai?’ question.

In the the bike feels nimble. The seating position sees to it your palms don’t after a long ride. The leaver is soft and goes a way in reducing stress.

But one of the best features of the Inazuma is the it makes from as little as all the way to 11000rpm.

Suzuki AN 250

Most of my city was done in 4th gear, where the would pick up from as as 35kph all the way to 110kph. With the 6th engaged, cruising down the is a breeze. You rarely have to down to overtake, and with a top of 138kph (as indicated by our test there is enough fast-paced that the bike has to offer.

After riding the bike for 550-odd kilometres – most of it highway and some of it through traffic, the Inazuma managed to an impressive 29.4kpl to the litre. If you can be with the throttle and keep the below the 7000rpm mark possible), you can surely extract 8kpl with ease.

back to the biggest negative for the the price. At Rs 3.6 lakh on-road the bike is not cheap. But it also something that no bike in segment can offer; the butter-smooth of that twin-cylinder motor.

If you are looking for a motorcycle that can as a fast city bike, an runner and weekend tourer, the tag is still steep, but it is a price paying.

2cyl, 248cc, 4-…, 6M, 24.1bhp, 21.5Nm, 29.4kpl, 138kph, Rs 3.6 lakh Mumbai

Though the price may be on the side, the Inazuma still to bring the simple joy of a twin-cylinder back to the masses; and what a joy it is

Suzuki AN 250
Suzuki AN 250
Suzuki AN 250
Suzuki AN 250
Suzuki AN 250
Suzuki AN 250

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