Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Suzuki GW250 has Liquid Cooled Engine

One of the leading two-wheeler maker from Japan, Suzuki, needs no introduction as far as the Indian bike arena is concerned. Suzuki Bikes have been a symbol of excellence right from their origin and they have been producing wonderful products up to now. Now, as per our close sources, Suzuki is all set to launch their GW250 soon to capture the market. Suzuki GW250 Price is one of its major features. It falls between a very competent and adapted price bracket of Rs. 1,50,000 (Ex-Showroom, Delhi). This is one of Suzuki's quality that they keep the price pretty reasonable.
Suzuki GW250
Suzuki GW250 boasts a four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with 248 cc displacement. The twin-cylinder and twin-valve engine cranks off the maximum power out put of 26 bhp at 8500 rpm. The peak torque this engine scoops out is 24.2 bhp Nm @ 7000 rpm. All the massive power out put goes to the back wheel via a belt to a five-speed manual gearbox which has one down and rest gears up shift pattern and the gear-shifting has been laid quite smooth and cursive.
In terms of fuel-consumption, the all new Suzuki GW250 is going to deliver a decent mileage of 35 km/l in town and city while on wider roads of a highway, it offers a fuel-consumption of 30 km/l. Due to its heavy engine, it will not churn out a meaty mileage yet its mileage will be considered fair comparatively. Suzuki GW250 Features a digital fuel-gauge, a digital trip-meter and a digital speedometer while it has an analogue tacho-meter to keep you updated with every minute detail. This naked sensation has a very efficient suspension system to adduce the riders a ride full of pleasure even on bumpy roads.
Suzuki GW250
The front is loaded with telescopic, coil-spring, oil-damped on the other hand the rear suspension is equipped with swing-arm, coil-spring oil-damped for a luxurious ride. On the grounds of speed, the all new Suzuki GW250 conceded a blazing speed of approx 154 kmpl, on the other hand, it reaches up to the speed of 0-60 kmpl in a quick time span of less than 5 seconds. Such choleric speed can only be controlled by a very effective braking system as the front and the brake at the back are powered by disc brakes to offer you a ride with a lot of safety. Suzuki GW250 Pictures a ravishing design which must count for something. There is a news around that Suzuki is going to unveil the latest Suzuki Inazuma 250  in the Indian bike arena shortly.

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