With the introduction of the SR250, Keeway India has revised its product line to compete in the quarter-litre motorcycle market. In the Indian market, this motorcycle will compete with models like the TVS Ronin thanks to its neo-retro styling. Here are the top five features of the brand-new Keeway SR250.
The new SR250 features a round headlight, a single-pod instrument cluster, a curving gasoline tank with a chrome filler cap, a flat saddle, and wire-spoke wheels. As previously indicated, the style is neo-retro. The motorcycle has a single-sided exhaust and a rear taillight positioned on the rear fender. The spoke wheels, fork gaiters, and brown seats with ribs all add to the motorcycle's classic appearance. It has a fuel tank capacity of 14.2 litres and weighs 120 kg (dry).
LED illumination and a fully digital instrument cluster are included in the feature list. The safety net also features a dual-channel ABS. Additionally, this motorcycle features a light caution feature.
A 223cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine powers the SR250. This motor, which is connected to a five-speed transmission, is calibrated to produce a maximum of 16 horsepower at 7,500 rpm and a maximum of 16 Nm at 6,500 rpm.
Telescoping front forks and dual springs at the back of the Keeway SR250 take care of suspension responsibilities. The braking system consists of a 210mm single rotor and a 300mm single disc in the back. Then, tube-type 110/70-section front and 130/70-section rear dual-purpose tyres are mounted on the wire-spoke wheels.
Glossy White, Glossy Red, and Glossy Black are the three colours that are offered for the Keeway SR250. The side panels and fuel tank graphics are the same for all colour options. Additionally, a "Keeway" logo is on the fuel tank, and "SR250" decals are on the side panels. The price of each colour option is Rs. 149,000. (ex-showroom, Delhi). The company's website and the nationwide Keeway India dealerships are now accepting reservations for this motorcycle.
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