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Reviews of Suzuki Inazuma 250

Overall rating:

4.5
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Suzuki Inazuma 250 Reviews

Suzuki Inazuma 250

Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 2,16,498

Rating Parameters:

  • 4

    Visual Appeal

  • 5

    Reliability

  • 4

    Performance

  • 5

    Comfort

  • 5

    Service Experience

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Reviews on Inazuma 250

  •  5Madhav gokhale 6 years ago by Madhav Gokhale
    Style styling is beautiful, sleek, does not give a look - out of proporation - ninja, cbr or aquila. Engine performance, fuel economy and gearbox superb engine. Very quick like the name. Hard on economy. Swift gearbox. Ride quality & handling very smooth ride qualit...

    Style styling is beautiful, sleek, does not give a look - out of proporation - ninja, cbr or aquila.

    Engine performance, fuel economy and gearbox superb engine. Very quick like the name. Hard on economy. Swift gearbox.

    Ride quality & handling very smooth ride quality even at speed of 100km. Aquila starts shuddering where as ninja emmits lot of noice. Inazuma is very quite.

    Final words worth of all the money i spent on inazuma. I scence, inazuma is going to stay with me for years!

    areas of improvement non!

    pros

    a gem of a bike

    cons

    nothing to dislike

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Performance

    • 5

      Comfort

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  •  4Inazuma 3 3 years ago by Rajat
    Lets brake it down all in pro and cons, it includes all experiences; pros firstIt is an absolutely comfortable tourer. There is plenty of place for rider & pillion or the option of loading it up with plenty of luggage. The suspension is very soft and ride is great over ...

    Lets brake it down all in pro and cons, it includes all experiences; pros first

    It is an absolutely comfortable tourer. There is plenty of place for rider & pillion or the option of loading it up with plenty of luggage. The suspension is very soft and ride is great over any kind of Indian terrain (not the jeans).

    2) excellent low and mid range torque. Best rpm range is from 3000 to 7500 rpm. Still riding conservatively as second run in period is 1600 kms with 7500 rpm limit. First run in period is 800 kms with 5,500 rpm limit.

    3) slick gearbox with no false gears. The only problem i found is that if i came to a sudden stand still in 6th gear, it was a pain to downshift all the way to 1st. Best to downshift when bike is moving. Then no problem at all.

    4) i really like the instrument cluster, especially the dial rpm gauge. Kind of reminds me of the jap sport bikes of yester year. I am not a fan of full digital lcd screen instrument clusters which seems to be the fad these days.

    5) tyres are irc make and are reasonably grippy & broad.

    6) the twin exhaust looks very meaty and many stopped and asked me if it s 500, cause from the back it does look much more than a 250.

    7) headlamps are reasonably bright. However, plan to upgrade bulbs to piaa all weather.

    8) it is extremely well put together with no compromise made to meet a lower sale price target. Overall excellent quality. Just park it side by side a 390 and look at the fit and finish of parts like the instrument cluster, etc and you will see what i mean.

    9) has an real oil filter which is about the size of a maruti 800 oil filter placed a the front of the engine. Engine takes about 2.1 liters of oil, which is only 1 liter odd less than a swift multijet engine.

    10)has a side sand warning/cut off which will cut of the engine if side stand is engaged and bike is in gear.

    11)water cooled engine with radiator fan.

    12) you are treated like a king in the service centre (or rather the only fool)

    Things i don't like about the inazuma

    1) price and the fact that suzuki will rip you off 24k for an engine guard & centre stand !!

    2) air filter is under the tank which requires you to remove the seats, the fiddly bits at the side of the tank, remove the tank & then replace/clean the air filter. Couldn't they have just found space under the seat especially given our dusty road conditions.

    3) looks like any of the other wannabe super-bike commuters like unicorn, fz, etc, etc..

    Overall, i can say that i am totally enjoying the bike and am slowly recovering from price shock after multiple visits to my shrink and lying on a sofa watching goldfish swim.

    For those of us who started using bullets before bullets became a fad and have outgrown bullets, i suggest taking a test drive of the inazuma. This bike is ugly compared to a bullet, but it is something you can tour the length and breath of India, safely, reliably & comfortably without batting an eyelid.

    • 3

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Reliability

    • 4

      Performance

    • 5

      Comfort

    • 5

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      27 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

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