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Suzuki Inazuma 250

Suzuki Inazuma 250

4.9 from 9 reviews

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best 250 commuter

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Very stable at top speed. I added pig screen to keep wind off. rides a nice line and is heavy enough to keep it stable. I find it gets up to speed quickly and is very nimble in traffic. huge savings on fuel even City riding. overall a great bike.

Date PurchasedMar 2018

The Dr

The DrSydney

Great 250cc bike

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Date PurchasedMar 2017
Rob turner

Rob turnerSalamander bay

  • 2 reviews
  • 1 like

Quality 250cc bike.

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If you want a great bike to start out on with top quality finish and cool looks then just do it. Very comfortable to ride with plenty of power for a 250 . a fun bike with the Suzuki reliability. Perfect for a commuter as it is good on fuel.

Date PurchasedJan 2015
ASHER

ASHER

  • 4 reviews
  • 2 likes

Daily ride for fun and Best for commute

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I am loving it never let me down and full fill all my needs 250cc but strong in the market . Very comfortable to ride . Very good on fuel ... just little bit heavy bit its ok for me . Happy with my purchase ... recommend to ppl who are looking to buy 250cc bikes or lams bike like ninja and cbr and etc. go with inAzuma close your eyes and buy it without thinking further.. very smooth


SUMMERS

SUMMERSorange

  • 2 reviews
  • 5 likes

Great Little Bike

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No compromise with Power and quality

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I have been riding my Zuma for around 9 months. Initially I thought that it is under power due its weight. I was not pushing it over 6000 rpm due to run in period. I have started enjoying this bike a lot as it has plenty of power. I can reach the desire speed in no time and my rpm still remains under 8000. The only negative points are its weight and short gear ratio. You only get problem with first gear as you need to change it quickly to go faster. apart from that this bike is best value for money. You may not find butter smooth engine with this quality in other bikes of this price. Cannot wait to get my bike serviced to feel the difference.


2Spooky

2SpookySouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 12 reviews
  • 13 likes

As my main mode of transport; it's excellent

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Easy to ride, built strongly and looks like a beast. I've had plenty of good compliments and always seem to have people staring at the bike in traffic. I have the Blue/white combo which looks great.
It sips fuel (calculating roughly 26k/L at the moment) and maintains a pretty decent rate of power for a 250. Brakes are excellent too.

Overall, happy with my purchase.
Fill it with premium, treat it with respect and don't hammer it too hard during the first 300k and you'll be as fortunate as I am to have invested in such a bike.


A Trowel

A TrowelSouth East Queensland, QLD

  • 8 reviews
  • 6 likes

Good looking little commuter

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sheids22

sheids22brisbane

great first bike

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2 comments
jmanz
jmanz

Do you find the single disc non-abs brakes an issue?

sheids22
sheids22

I haven't ridden many bikes so I have little means of direct comparison but I find the brakes more than adequate. I've put another 2000 ks since I wrote the review and I'm still really happy with the bike

Questions & Answers

Brian

Brianasked

F1 light flashing no go. Removed fuse kerb side and reinstalled all good. But did twice in one day after stopping

2 answers
Skullman1
Skullman1

Hi Brian
Have you checked side stand switch to make sure its connecting?
have you added any aftermarket lights or switches etc? mimi indicators without relays?
May be the fuse but I have seen this normally caused by electronic issue.
john

Brian
Brian

Hi
Will check. many thanks
Brian


Riyan Dosth

Riyan Dosthasked

Hi guys I am riding the Inazuma for a year and a half it seems the maintenance costs are a bit high every now and then the mechanic tells me some thing needs to be changed is it just me or any one else experiencing the same?
Thanks

2 answers
SUMMERS
SUMMERS

G'day Riyan, sorry to hear your having problems. I've only had the bike 6 months with 2000 klm's on it without any hassles ( touch wood ) .If the bike needs all these changes they should.be covered under the two year warranty,.I'd be getting a second opinion from other sources .You should check out the Inazuma forum on line to see if anyone else is having the trouble you are. Good luck.

Pragnesh P
Pragnesh P

Hi Riyan, the good thing about Zuma is that you can do many things by your self. It is not that complex as most of the engine components are open and easy to see and fix. I got my 5000KM service done just under $100. You can do minor service by your self. Also, you can verify things by your self which needs to be replaced. Download this Zuma service manual which is different than owner's manual.
https://www.google.com.au/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjjn9ue_vPMAhVPVWMKHQBaAuIQFggcMAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.crservice.dk%2FSuzuki_mc%2FGW250%2FGW250L3_01E.pdf&usg=AFQjCNHGSqeJzllOugmDFiD6Glfk8RD90w

You can inspect each components, not everything but at least basic things like chain, brakes, tyres.

I hope this helps.


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