BREAKING : Suzuki Inazuma Price Slashed; Details here

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In January, Suzuki launched the Inazuma in India at a steep price of INR 3.61 lakh on road Mumbai. Now, Suzuki has slashed the price of the quarter liter bike by around INR 1 lakh bringing the price down to INR 2.61 lakh  on road Mumbai.

According to Suzuki, the price reduction has been carried out after numerous prospects’ inquiries at showrooms revealed that the pricing of the bike was the sole reason it wasn’t moving off the shelves. Owners who have brought the bike recently need not cry over their decision as Suzuki will be compensating them for the difference in price as well.

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Powering the Suzuki Inazuma GW250 is a fuel-injected, parallel twin, 250cc engine that has a max power of 26 bhp and peak torque of 24.4 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and the bike features a semi double-cradle chassis, telescopic front forks, and a seven way adjustable rear mono-shock. The bike is equipped with disc brakes at both front and rear. 

Even the after the price reduction, the Inazuma is pricier than the Honda CBR250R and the KTM 390 Duke. With the Yamaha R25 coming soon in the Indian market, the quarter liter segment is sure gonna heat up.

Do you think the Suzuki Inazuma will set the sales charts on fire after the price reduction ? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

Stay tuned to Motoroids for more dope on the Suzuki Inazuma price and other details.

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  • The price still looks a bit stretched, taking into account the Inazuma’s mediocre looks and power output. Suzuki needs to fit the price tag to Rs. 2 lakh on-road.

  • rahul says:

    i am not sure which world suzuki is coming from. But the only reason it is not selling well is because its a piece of crap. How is the B-King styling (based on which this bike is inspired from) reflected in the Inazuma? does it have a character? (A twin cylinder 26 bhp engine in a 180 kg package that’s neither sporty nor a cruiser) and for christ’s sake, who uses 3 spoke alloys in this day and age? I mean why would someone give a go ahead for producing something like this on a mass scale? Suzuki… come on, you can do better.

  • Anonymous says:

    The price is just not justifiable. not more than 1.7

  • Jay says:

    I wish Suzuki Good luck trying to sell it at that price too. I know that the bike has very good build quality and features found on No other bike in its class. But a Rs 70000 premium over the current best 250cc Honda CBR 250R is not justifiable. Hope for the best of that bike. Its a Nice bike but the pricing is gonna its sinking point for sure. I honestly want a well priced Twin Cylinder bike. But with other brands coming up the prices will get competitive.

  • Anonymous says:

    Even with that price cut,it seems impossible to catch up,26hp? well I choose RC390 43hp at about 2lakhs “SWEET AS HELL”.