Keeway India has updated its portfolio with the launch of the SR250 to compete in the quarter-litre motorcycles segment. This motorcycle features a neo-retro design and it will rival the likes of TVS Ronin in the Indian market. Here we bring you the top five highlights of the new Keeway SR250.
The styling, as mentioned earlier, is neo-retro and the new SR250 gets a round headlight, a single-pod instrument cluster, a curvy fuel tank with a chrome filler cap, a flat saddle, and wire-spoke wheels. At the back, the motorcycle gets a rear-fender-mounted taillight while there’s also a single-sided exhaust. The brown seat with a ribbed design, fork gaiters, and spoke wheels enhance the retro style of this motorcycle. It uses a 14.2-litre fuel tank and tips the weighing scale at 120kg (dry).
The feature list comprises LED lighting and a fully-digital instrument cluster. Meanwhile, the safety net includes a dual-channel ABS. Further, this motorcycle also gets a hazard light function.
The SR250 is powered by a 223cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Linked to a five-speed gearbox, this motor is tuned to deliver 16bhp of maximum output at 7,500rpm and 16Nm of peak torque at 6,500rpm.
The suspension duties on the Keeway SR250 are handled by telescopic front forks and twin springs at the back. Meanwhile, the braking setup comprises a 300mm single disc at the front and a 210mm single rotor at the back. Then, the wire-spoke wheels are shod in tube-type 110/70-section front and 130/70-section rear dual-purpose tyres.
Colours, Price and Booking Details
The Keeway SR250 is available in three colours – Glossy White, Glossy Red, and Glossy Black. All colour options get identical graphics on the fuel tank and the side panels. Further, a ‘Keeway’ badge sits on the fuel tank while the side panels feature the ‘SR250’ decals. All colour options are available at Rs 1,49,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bookings for this motorcycle have commenced on the company’s website and at the Keeway India dealerships across the country.