IAB Exclusive – Suzuki Inazuma GW250 demo bikes spotted

Posted on: Dec 31, 2013 - 3:56pm IST

Hours ago, we informed our readers that the Suzuki Inazuma GW250 will be launched in India on January 27. We also broke the news that the naked street bike will be priced at INR 3.13 lakhs (ex-Showroom, New Delhi) and INR 3.44 lakhs (on-road, New Delhi).

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 dealer spied front
The Suzuki Inazuma GW250 will be launched on Jan 27 in Mumbai.

Pre-bookings for the Inazuma are underway and as you can see from these latest spyshots clicked by a reader, the motorcycle has started arriving at dealers for demo and training purposes as well.

The Inazuma is based on a semi double-cradle chassis. Suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks at the front and seven-way adjustable mono-shock springs at the rear. Power for the Inazuma comes from a 248 cc, parallel-twin, fuel-injected engine which is capable of producing 26 bhp and 24.4 Nm of torque. The drive is transmitted using a 6-speed gearbox.

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 dealer spied cluster
The Inazuma gets an LCD speedometer and an analogue rev counter.

Like the international variant, the Inazuma for India will also feature front and rear disc brakes and three-spoke aluminium wheels. Our images also confirm the LCD speedometer, while the rev-counter gets the conventional analogue meter.

Suzuki Motorcycle India Limited (SMIL) will retail only one variant of the Inazuma to begin with. As per our sources, deliveries of the motorcycle are scheduled to commence from the day of the launch.

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 Image Gallery

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6 thoughts on “IAB Exclusive – Suzuki Inazuma GW250 demo bikes spotted

  1. Vishwas says:

    For an on-looker or a passer-by it looks a normal bike on road! I thought this is some competitor for FZ range.

    Ha ha, Suzuki fails to recognize our market. Better they earn bread and butter selling accesses.

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  2. Harish says:

    Whats so special to buy at 3.3 lakhs when others are offering more cc/power with less price. worthless pricing.

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    1. Harish says:

      In addition, people are awaiting better bike from Suzuki to compete with rivals Yamaha R250, Duke 200, Palsar 200NS, etc. Suzuki needs place the product in such a way that it should be alive in the game and change the game. Pricing is key factor for Indian market.

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  3. Abhisek says:

    Most Fugly bike and worst headlamps I have ever seen. Reminds me of the ugly libero. Just not 1% of quality products like Ninja 300/Duke 390 or even CBR250

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    1. shreyas says:

      yeh agree to that but what i feel is that this one cannot improve sales of Suzuki for sure , once again a Flop motorcycle from Suzuki 😐

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  4. atul says:

    3.50 on road. How will it be competing with KTM 390 or Ninja 300.

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