Where is Suzuki Inazuma made?

What weight is a Suzuki Inazuma 250?

Where is Suzuki Inazuma made?

It’s a Japanese bike made in China. And the reason for that is to keep costs down as this is Suzuki’s entry-level road bike: a budget bike for the average commuter. Despite that, Inazuma means “the lighting that strikes during a thunderstorm”.

What weight is a Suzuki Inazuma 250?

401 lbs
At a glance

Owners’ reliability rating: 4.8 out of 5 (4.8/5)
Annual servicing cost: £120
Power: 24 bhp
Seat height: Low (30.7 in / 780 mm)
Weight: Medium (401 lbs / 182 kg)

Is Suzuki Inazuma discontinued?

Suzuki has decided to discontinue the Inazuma in India due to poor demand and unfeasibility of retailing it at the currently reduced price. There were signs of this to come as Suzuki had removed the Inauzma from its website, citing technical issues.

Is Inazuma a good bike?

The Suzuki Inazuma 250 is the ideal bike for someone who wants a lighter and nippier ride without compromising on the big bike look. It is an easy bike for novices to pick up, fantastic for weaving through traffic and just enough to take out on longer journeys if required as well.

Does Suzuki gw250 have abs?

It is used by various police services including China, Japan and USA. Due to EU safety regulations, Inazuma was discontinued in Europe, as ABS is mandatory from 1/2017 for all motorcycles with more than 125cc, and there are no plans for ABS equipped Inazuma.

How much does a Suzuki gw250 weigh?

Suzuki GW250

Manufacturer Suzuki
Seat height 780 mm (30.7 in)
Weight 170 kg (374.8 lb) (dry)
Fuel capacity 13.3 L (3.5 US gal)
Oil capacity 2.1 L (0.6 US gal)

What type of bike is the Suzuki GW250?

level standard motorcycle
The Suzuki GW250 is a 248 cc (15.1 cu in) entry-level standard motorcycle sold in multiple markets, including Australia, Asia and Europe. It is called the Inazuma 250 in the EU and the GSR250 in Japan.

What oil does a Suzuki gw250 take?

CASTROL POWER 1 4T 10W-40 better.

Is Suzuki GW250 good?

With a well-shaped and padded seat, an upright riding position and soft but compliant suspension (rear preload adjustment only), the GW250 offers a comfortable ride. The 403-pound bike steers with ease but its dual disc brakes are mushy and have limited feel.

Does Suzuki GW250 have abs?