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Suzuki Motorcycles Is Official Bike Partner For Salman Khan Starrer KIck

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Salman Khan and his love for bikes are inseparable. Rode a number of them in his recent movies, this Bollywood macho man is about to heat up sensation this time with his upcoming flick ‘Kick’. Suzuki Motorcycle India Private Limited (SMIPL), a subsidiary of one of the world’s leading two-wheeler manufacturers Suzuki Motor Corporation, Japan, had bagged the title of official bike partner for the movie slated for a release on July 25, 2014. Salman Khan endorses the Suzuki two-wheeler brand and is associated with the two-wheeler for a number of times; seems that’s the reason he is looked upon for the bikes and vehicles he chooses to ride/drive in his movies. Apart from the endorsement, [...]

Special Edition Inazuma 250 Launched In UK

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Suzuki Inazuma inherently failed to mark its charming impression here in India, but it seems the decade old looking quarter liter bike of Suzuki is liked by British a lot. To make this topic more comprehensive, the Japanese bike maker launched the special edition of the Inazuma 250 there, in two shades: red and blue. There is nothing exciting with this 250cc two-wheeled, as only cosmetic changes done. On the pricing front, special edition Inazuma is priced at £3,552 – an increase of £51 over the standard variant. Under the belly it continues to store the ongoing 248cc, liquid-cooled, parallel-twin engine delivering 26PS of power and 24Nm of torque, after paired to a six-speed gearbox. [...]

Suzuki Inazuma 250 Price Reduced in India

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Suzuki Inazuma 250, the bike that Bollywood superstar Salman Khan rode in his last flick Jai Ho in order to raise hype for the bike maker, is now slashed on the price tag to draw more customers to the showrooms. Earlier priced at Rs 3.61 lakh on-road Mumbai, the price is now reduced by almost a massive Rs 1 lakh making it to be at Rs 2.43 lakh on-road Mumbai. This strategic pricing move had made quarter-liter Inazuma to stand strong against the likes of KTM Duke 390 and more. Powering to the Suzuki Inazuma 250 comes from a 248cc, liquid-cooled parallel-twin cylinder engine generating maximum power of 24bhp. Two paint options are provided – red and black. Now, those who are looking to buy this [...]

Kawasaki Ninja 300 vs Suzuki Inazuma 250: Specifications Comparison

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Article by Hamza Ansari
India is a market of odds and sometime it gets even, where to replicate the same we received the twin-cylinder bikes in quarter displacement these days. However, it’s quite hard to explain to general audience what an additional cylinder mean. Owning a bike with dual-cylinders definitely had an advantage over the single cylinder engine. Thanks to the modern technologies that deserve a bow for giving the single-cylinder engines the more power than the dual, and more importantly the better fuel-efficiency which is in actual the core reason for most of the audience to buy a larger displacement with a single cylinder. Here, we had dismissed out all the bikes with one-cylinder from the crape and [...]

Suzuki Swish 125 Gets New Colours and Upgraded Instrument Panel

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Article by Hamza Ansari
Feared by the launch of New Honda Activa 125, the Suzuki Swish 125 gets itself updated for the competition. Went under the knife for a slight makeover, the Swish 125 is tweaked on instrument cluster, and got added with numerous body color options. Glass sparkle black, candy antares red, metallic sonic silver, pearl glacier white and metallic triton blue are the additions to the color list. The designing of the instrument panel had been changed, but it doesn’t get a digital speedometer. In the engine bay, Swish 125 continues to use a single-cylinder 124 cc engine of 8.6 hp and 9.8 Nm of peak torque. On the other cosmetic front, the compressed steel wheels can still be found along with disc brakes, [...]
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