This is one thing all you Suzuki fans may not want to read at all. Suzuki is already very late in the 250cc segment and the initial reader views of Inazuma are not really very encouraging.

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At the top of it, shares this speculative bit which is sure to disappoint majority of those who were planning to get one. Here is the report which is coming in:

Suzuki Inazuma GW250 India Launch

While we have already known that Inazuma will be launched in January 2014, the new report claims the launch date to be 27th of the month, barely a few days before the Auto Expo kicks in.

Suzuki Inazuma 250

Suzuki Inazuma India Price

The biggest revelation comes in the form of its price. It seems Suzuki is overtly confident of Inazuma and will reportedly be priced at Rs 3.13 Lakhs ex-showroom Delhi. This price corresponds to something around Rs 3.44 Lakhs on the roads in the capital city. also reports that the naked quarter liter will be launched by none other than Bollywood heartthrob and Suzuki’s brand ambassador Salman Khan in Mumbai.

Pre-bookings have reportedly commenced at a booking amount of Rs 10,000 and deliveries will start from the day of launch.

At something around Rs 3.5 Lakhs on road price, frankly speaking we do not see any kind of market for this motorcycle apart from absolute Suzuki (and Salman Khan) fans!


*We wish Suzuki also considers this semi-faired GW250S (but at sensible prices)

For starters, Inazuma, though being a parallel twin, produces only 26bhp and 24.4Nm of torque from its 248cc fuel injected motor. The biggest gripe is its extremely heavy weight of 182kgs which further puts a big question mark on the bike’s performance.

The initial signs do not point at anything really very encouraging, we wish the product turns out to be a stonker of bike to justify the price. If this is true, we suggest Suzuki to reconsider the price if they are serious about selling the motorcycle in India.

Also Check Out: 250cc Naked Suzuki Inazuma Spotted Before Official Launch in Jan 2014

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  1. Absolutely disappointing. I wonder what Suzuki it trying to prove! I have been a fan of Suzuki since its innings started in India and without any second thought purchased the Access. I was hoping that they will bring this bike for an excellent price which will help them boost their market share. But this has come as the biggest surprise and disappointment…

  2. New year comedy to all Suzuki fans…from Japan.. and happy new year….I doubt if there are any takers for this $#@ such a whooping price tag..

  3. Why charge such high price for a bike that is not even full faired ???
    There are other better options available cbr250r, duke 390.

  4. Dear Suzuki,
    First and foremost, we loved you for your affordable and fuel efficient cars. We loved the samurais, shaolins and shoguns and the mighty fieros. And we admire the Gixxers and the legendary Haybusa.
    Now kindly separate your marketing and sales department from your gardening and house-keeping department. If you couldn’t figure out what marketing is all about, allow Maruti to do promoting and selling your two wheelers. Let them decide about the pricing and promotion schemes. This is a humble plea from a humble customer, who would like to see more of your bikes in the road.


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