Suzuki Inazuma launched @ Rs 3.1Lacs, will star in Salman’s ‘Jai Ho’



Suzuki finally enters the quarter-litre segment in India with the launch of Inazuma. The twin-cylinder 248cc naked bike produces 24hp of power and 22Nm of torque. The engine is mated with a 6-speed gearbox with Nissin Disc brakes both at front and rear. The styling and design is derived from the B-King and looks quite classy. The bike weighs in at 183kg and is priced at Rs 3.10lacs ex-showroom Delhi. Two color choices Red and Black are available.


Inazuma, a Japanese word, means ‘Lightning that strikes in a thunderstorm’. Atul Gupta, Executive VP, SMIL says that Inazuma is a practical premium bike targeted at the college growing youth and bike enthusiasts in the big metros. The bike will be imported via the CKD route and will be assembled in the Manesar Plant. The bike will be pitted against Kawasaki Ninja 300, Hyosung GT250R, KTM DUKE 390 and the Honda CBR 250R.
Suzuki B-King







The Inazuma uses semi-double Cradle Frame chassis which to ease of use, handling and stability. The front suspension is made up of dual telescopic oil-damped forks whereas the rear suspension is 7-way adjustable oil-damped coil spring mono-shock. The most striking feature is the chrome-finished twin exhausts. It has a broad 140/70 section rear tyre and 110/80 front tyre. The bike is 2145mm long, 760mm wide and 1075mm in height.



The Inazuma, as known as the GW250, is used by Salman Khan in his upcoming movie ‘Jai Ho’. Salman Khan is a brand ambassador of Suzuki Motorcycles in India. Along with the Inazuma the movie will also feature other Suzuki bikes such as the 2014 RM-Z450 and the Suzuki Access 125.






Suzuki claims the bike to return a mileage of over 85 mpg (36 kmpl) due to the advanced fuel injection and engine technology and extensive use of aluminium instead of steel.On the features list, the bike has an ECO indicator, which indicates the best time to shift up gears along with gear indicator and maintenance reminder.


Technical Specifications :


Overall length:
2145mm
Overall width:
760mm
Overall height:
1075mm
Wheelbase:
1430mm
Seat height:
780mm
Kerb Mass:
183kg
Fuel capacity:
13.3litres
Engine capacity:
248cc
Engine:
Four stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC
Bore:
53.5x55.2
Compression ratio:
11.5:1
Lubrication:
wet Sump
Fuel system:
fuel injection
Transmission:
6-speed constant mesh
Power:
18.00kW @ 8500rpm (24.00hp)
Torque:
22.00N.m @ 6500rpm
Front suspension:
Telescopic, coil spring, oil damped
Rear suspension:
Swingarm type, coil spring, oil damped
Front brakes:
Disc
Rear brakes:
Disc
Front tyres:
110/80-17 M/C 57H, tubeless
Rear tyres:
140/70-17 M/C 66H, tubeless
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2 comments:

  1. i think d only fool one can plan to buy this bike i mean no buddy gonna buy this bike
    1 - cost is high
    2 - it doen't look good cost wise ... i mean m spending 3.1 lack den i surely will my bike look like super bike
    this product not gonna work in india

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  2. Yes the cost is very high. But it is a luxury product with classy looks. I guess you should have a look at this bike in real. :)

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