Suzuki V-Strom 250 launch comes as a big surprise. The entry level ADV gets Bluetooth connectivity and various other features…
Suzuki India have given us such a great shot of Adrenaline on this slow Thursday afternoon by launching their entry-level ADV ‘V-Strom 250 SX’ in India at a starting price of Rs. 2,11,600/- (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Suzuki V-Strom 250 SX Price, Colours and Availability
The Suzuki V-Strom 250 SX has started reaching the dealerships already and is available for booking all across India.
Speaking on the launch, Mr. Satoshi Uchida (Managing Director, Suzuki Motorcycle India) said –
“We feel delighted to announce our entry in the 250cc adventure sports segment with the launch of V-Strom SX. The All-New V-Strom SX has been manufactured to cater to the needs of the riders who like a versatile sports adventure tourer. V-Strom SX will be perfectly suitable for the city and highway riding as well as to explore various kinds of adventure terrains on a motorcycle.
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V-Strom 250 SX Highlights and Features
- Suzuki India have introduced their new 250 cc ADV under the ‘Master of Adventure’ tag and it has been inspired from its bigger V-Strom brothers.
- Visually, the company describes the design concept as ‘ Toughness in a Slender Shell’ and the Beak design of the ADV is inspired from their DR-Z racer and DR off-roader machines.
- Powering the V-Strom 250 SX is the company’s staple 249 cc, single-cylinder, oil-cooled, SOHC engine.
- The power-unit produces 26.5 PS of power at 9,300 RPM and 22.2 Nm of torque at 7,300 RPM.
- The Suspension setup consists of coil-spring & oil-damped telescopic forks in the front combined with coil-spring & oil-damped swing-arm setup at the rear.
- Braking is handled by Single-disc setup both in front as well as in rear.
- V-Strom 250 rides on 19” front and 17” rear dual-purpose tyres.
- Wheelbase – 1,440 mm
- Ground Clearance – 205 mm
- Seat Height – 835 mm
- Kerb Weight – 167 kg
- Fuel Capacity – 12 L
The quarter liter ADV has come as a surprise without any spy pics and leaks. It will rival KTM 250 Adventure, Benelli TRK251 and considering the Gixxer 250 underpinings, we expect it to be a great practical motorcycle in this segment.