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  • Suzuki GSX250R launched in UK
    Suzuki GSX250R launched in UK

    The Suzuki GSX250R has been launched in the UK, priced at GBP 4,299 (Rs 3.58 lakhs). A successor to the semi-faired version of the Suzuki Inazuma, the GSX-R250 gets racy design cues to bring it in line with the rest of Suzuki's supersports range. 

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  • Suzuki Inazuma GW250 recalled
    Suzuki Inazuma GW250 recalled

    Suzuki has recalled the Inazuma GW250 in the US and Australia. The recall has been issued to fix a glitch with the wiring harness of the rear brake light switch connectors. 

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  • Suzuki Inazuma will no longer be sold in India from March 2015
    Suzuki Inazuma will no longer be sold in India from March 2015

    Suzuki Motorcycle India pulled of the Inazuma from its official website few weeks ago. And since then, the internet has been talking about whether the bike has been officially discontinued. However, as per a new report, the company will no longer sell the Inazuma from March 2015.

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  • Suzuki unveils the Inazuma 250 Z with new paint scheme
    Suzuki unveils the Inazuma 250 Z with new paint scheme

    Suzuki has unveiled a new version of the Inazuma called Inazuma Z. The quarter-litre motorcycle made its debut at the ongoing Motorcycle Live 2014 event in Birmingham, UK, along with a fully faired version called the Inazuma 250F.

     
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  • Suzuki India takes Inazuma off its official website
    Suzuki India takes Inazuma off its official website

    Earlier this year, Suzuki had launched the Inazuma with a steep price tag of Rs 3.1 lakh, though poor sales saw the company cut down its price by one lakh. However, it now seems that Suzuki has permanently discontinued the Inazuma from the Indian market, as the company’s official website no longer lists the motorcycle under its portfolio. 

     
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  • Benelli BN 302 vs Kawasaki Z250 vs KTM Duke 390 vs Suzuki Inazuma
    Benelli BN 302 vs Kawasaki Z250 vs KTM Duke 390 vs Suzuki Inazuma

    BN302 – the smallest of the Benellis showcased in India – will probably sit near the top of the entry level premium motorcycle segment with an expected price tag of about Rs 3.5 lakh. Harley-Davisdon, with the Street 750, created a temptation for the aspiring enthusiast to own a piece of history and the Benelli BN302 with its lineage and performance will make that a little bit affordable. The parallel twin 300cc BN302 competes directly with the Kawasaki Z250, Suzuki Inazuma and the KTM Duke 390 - the naked street-fighters.

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  • Fully faired version of the Suzuki Inazuma breaks cover in Japan
    Fully faired version of the Suzuki Inazuma breaks cover in Japan

    Suzuki has unveiled a fully faired touring version of the Suzuki Inazuma motorcycle in Japan, named GSR250F. The GSR250F will join the naked GSR250 (Inazuma) and the semi-faired GSR250S in the Japanese manufacturer’s quarter-litre GSR series of motorcycles. The Suzuki GSR250F will go on sale in the Japanese market from September 18 with a price tag of 5,14,080 yen (Rs 2.97 lakh).

     
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  • Semi-faired version of the Suzuki Inazuma spotted in Indonesia
    Semi-faired version of the Suzuki Inazuma spotted in Indonesia

    A semi-faired version of the quarter-litre Suzuki Inazuma GW250 motorcycle has been spotted at a gas station in Indonesia. The motorcycle was completely undisguised and except for the fairing, looks very similar to its naked sibling. The only other difference is that the semi-faired version sported silver alloy wheels, as opposed to the black wheels the naked version is offered with.

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  • Suzuki Inazuma - Two-wheeled Lightning
    Suzuki Inazuma - Two-wheeled Lightning

    We are the world’s largest motorcycle market, but in those numbers hides a disappointing fact: most of the two-wheelers that go on sale are clones of each other. Of course, this is driven by the market’s need, and the market is driven by need alone. We want fuel efficient motorcycles that are inexpensive, both to buy and run, can carry two hundred-kilo riders, and maybe a sack of potatoes or five milk cans, depending on the requirement. Motorcycling as a leisure activity has not really entered the mass-market’s consciousness, so when a motorcycle like the Inazuma is launched, the first question that comes to mind isn’t “Is this motorcycle ready for India?” but instead, “Is India ready for this motorcycle?”

     
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  • Suzuki unveils Inazuma special edition
    Suzuki unveils Inazuma special edition

    Looks like Suzuki is trying its best to market the Inazuma as much as they can. After a deep price cut in India and Indonesia, the Japanese manufacturer has unveiled a special edition of the quarter litre motorcycle for the UK market.

     
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Suzuki Inazuma 250

Suzuki Inazuma 250

  • Displacement248 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)24 bhp
  • Kerb Weight183 kg
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Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 2,16,498