IAB Exclusive – Suzuki Inazuma GW250 priced at INR 3.13 lakhs; Launch on Jan 27

Posted on: Dec 31, 2013 - 1:21pm IST

The first display units of the Suzuki Inazuma GW250 have arrived in Indian showrooms ahead of a launch that will take place on January 27 in Mumbai. Suzuki Motorcycles India Limited (SMIL) and Bollywood actor, Salman Khan, will launch the naked street bike, Indian Autos Blog has come to know.

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 press shots rear quarter
The Suzuki Inazuma GW250 will be launched on Jan 27.

Thanks to our sources, we have also come to know that the Inazuma will be priced at INR 3.13 lakhs (ex-Showroom, New Delhi), while the on-road price in the same city will be INR 3.44 lakhs. Only a single variant of the motorcycle will be on offer.

Dealers have also commenced the pre-bookings for the bike, with the initial booking amount being INR 10,000. Deliveries for these customers will start from the day of launch.

The Inazuma GW250 is powered by a fuel-injected, parallel twin engine displacing 248 cc and producing 26 bhp and 24.4 Nm of torque, transmitted via a 6-speed gearbox. The bike is based on a semi double-cradle chassis, and features telescopic forks at the front and mono-shocks with seven-way adjustable springs at the rear.

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 press shots cluster
Instrument cluster of the Suzuki Inazuma GW250 added for reference.

Front and rear disc brakes will come standard and so will three-spoke aluminium wheels. The instrument cluster of the bike gets an analogue rev-counter, while the speedometer is housed in an LCD screen. A twin-trip meter with service interval reminder is also part of the standard kit.

Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for further updates.

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10 thoughts on “IAB Exclusive – Suzuki Inazuma GW250 priced at INR 3.13 lakhs; Launch on Jan 27

  1. Nirlipta says:

    Worst pricing ever seen!!!

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  2. Hemant says:

    Whats suzuki thinking by pricing it like this? Maybe they plan to recover what they paid for endorsing their brand.
    Their Access is a good seller but a 250cc for 3.5 lakhs ? ! ? ! ? !
    Who do these guys have that decide product pricing?
    Even an uneducated layman knows that VFM works in India.

    Get the pricing right guys……. like KTM / Bajaj or be doomed …..

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  3. deepak says:

    poor pricing.
    it’s not worth at all.

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  4. Ar.nikhil aware says:

    Suzuki has very well understand india buyers test in four wheeler but failed to understand in two wheeler what they really wants…

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  5. abhishek says:

    It looks oudated nd overprices in comparison to duke and cbr and also upcoming pulsar 375.

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  6. Vikram Viswanathan says:

    Poor pricing at 3+ ex shoowroom. The design and appeal of the bike is not proportionate to the pricing.

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  7. Rival says:

    considering as a twin cylinder biker it shud cost under1.7lac max.

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  8. Sushrut says:

    Too expensive with outdated design. KTM 390 rules!!

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