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  • Pros

    • Extremely Smooth Engine
    • Nice Performance
    • Comfortable For Long Rides
  • Cons

    • Over-Priced
    • Styling Not To Everone's Taste
    • Less Dynamic Than Its Competitors
SuzukiпїЅs belated entry into the premium 250cc market is a ho-hum effort. It has presence, given, but considering it a son of the evil B-King пїЅ the bike its design is inspired from - this is as lam... Read more »

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Suzuki Inazuma Overview

SuzukiпїЅs belated entry into the premium 250cc market is a ho-hum effort. It has presence, given, but considering it a son of the evil B-King пїЅ the bike its design is inspired from - this is as lame as a pick-up line by a middle-aged uncle at your favourite watering hole. Saying that, it has its own merits. The engine is smooth, the transmission sublime and just admit it, there is something about bikes with an exhaust jetting out from each side. And considering its comfortable riding position, it could turn out to be a fairly good tourer.

InazumaпїЅs competition in this segment are the CBR 250R, KTMпїЅs 390, Ninja 300 and the Comet GT 250. It is priced on the higher side, that said, you should still give it a spin.

Suzuki Inazuma Engine & Transmission

The Inazuma comes with a parallel twin 250 cc engine rated at 26bhp with 24.2 Nm of torque. While the engine is a twin cylinder, it is not a high revving seductress like that of Ninja 300, or that powerful either. The transmission is a butter smooth six speed affair.There is ample lower and mid-range power, meaning that it will be a nice relaxed puller.Think of a bigger Karizma then a smaller B-King. Overall, it has a better drivetrain than outright power.

Suzuki Inazuma Mileage

As of now, we donпїЅt have the exact mileage figures but we do expect it to be around 23-25 kmpl, which is pretty close to what the competition offers.

Suzuki Inazuma Performance and Handling

At a portly 182 Kgs, the Inazuma is not going to be the flickable poor cousin of the bigger Gixers, but that weight means its straight line stability is bar none. It is pretty good in the corners too.

Note the point and scoot, the way you will expect a twin cylinder motorcycle to be. But it can keep the other 250cc bikes honest. Just like the Karizma could become quite possibly the best grand tourer in the country, well, if you are not into Enfields that is.