Report – Suzuki Inazuma price slashed by INR 1 lakh

Posted on: Jun 16, 2014 - 11:18am IST

Suzuki India has slashed the price of the the Suzuki GW250 Inazuma by a whole INR 1 lakh, Overdrive reports. The new price stands at INR 2.1 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi)

Suzuki has confirmed the price alignment after many prospects did not convert to customers because of the steep price. The Inazuma is the only motorcycle in its class to have a twin-cylinder engine but the price proved to be a major barrier for it to be appreciated by more riders.

As of the first week of May 2014, Suzuki had sold just 200 units of the motorcycle since the launch on the 20th of January. The bike is assembled in India.

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 dealer spied
The Inazuma was launched in January and by early May, just 200 of them were sold.

The downward price revision makes the Inazuma a more appealing proposition, while proving to be a contrasting alternative, with its spacious seat and well-refined motor, to the KTM Duke 390, which is priced at INR 2.1 lakh (on-road) in Mumbai.

Suzuki has told Overdrive that the 200 odd customers who already own one need not worry about this price cut as they intend to compensate them.

To recap the Inazuma is powered by a 248 cc liquid-cooled parallel-twin engine matched to a six-speed transmission. It is 2,145 mm long, 760 mm wide, 1,075 mm tall, with a seat height of 780 mm.

The bike is mounted on a 110/80 x 17 front tyre and a 140/70 x 17 rear tire. Dual chrome exhaust mufflers and dual lens lights are some of its noteworthy features. The motorcycle comes in two body colors – Candy Cardinal Red and Pearl Nebular Black.

Suzuki Inazuma – Image Gallery

[Source – Overdrive.in]

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7 thoughts on “Report – Suzuki Inazuma price slashed by INR 1 lakh

  1. enfield owner says:

    why the hell would anyone spend 2 lakh for a bike that produces just 25 bhp and 24 nm of torque and looks like crap…suzuki better discontinue the production of this worthless piece of junk i’d buy an enfield continental gt which produces 29 bhp with 44 nm of torque !! suzuki produces products that looks outdated good luck in selling this junk

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  2. Rajiv says:

    excellent news. There is another alternative to the Duke in that price range and it is the Enfield Continental GT (ie the Cafe Racer). The Inazuma is undefeated in its refinement though.

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  3. Dr. Nayak says:

    Why in the world any one in India pay 2.1 L for this crap? To the best of my knowledge, I thought medical Marijuana is still illegal in India.

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  4. Aravind Anand says:

    *Face Palm*
    Suzuki should also fire the marketing guy who told them they could sell that bike at that price. Even at 2.1L, the dated styling might find it tough to lure buyers!

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  5. APN r says:

    Ha ha i do remember reading and writing comments how costly it was when IAB first reported the price.
    1 lakh INR price drop,oops early adopters wont be that happy i guess.

    Still i think upcoming pulsar 400ss with a KTM engine will be far more superior than Inazumo, and cheaper to own.

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  6. A says:

    Atleast you could have reported the old and new price.

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    1. Sorry! We’ve included this now, the bike costs 2.1 lakh post the revision.

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