Great Little Bike
I have just brought my Zuma a couple of days ago and already put 300km on it over the weekend.This bike is great fun to ride even keeping it under 7000 rpm, everything seems to work well together. Its comfortable,handles well on country roads,brakes are good, and its just an easy bike to ride.Now Im not the smallest bloke to be riding a 250cc motorcycle around(6ft and 17 stone) but the bike fits me well and at 50 years of age who has been riding bikes since I got my licence at 16 and 10 months its got enough power to do the things I want to do ...on a motorcycle which is to commute to work during the week,and ride the roads of central west NSW every now and again on weekends without doing mark one and losing my licence and nice and cheap on petrol, rego , and insurance. Looking forward to enjoying motorcycling again,see you out on the road. February 6th 2017 Update: Still Enjoying This Great Little Bike I've had my Inazuma for 12 months now and still enjoying riding this 250cc motorcycle. I've put 4000k's on it in that time , mainly commuting to work and back but have been on plenty of weekend blasts of around 200-300k's each which he Inazuma just loves.I do miss that feeling of hammering down though's long straight country roads at flat out speeds,but the zuma does about 140kpm easy and I've still got my points in tact .Rego is about $300 and insurance about $250, so it's cheap motorcycling .Fuel economy is great with about 250-300k's per tank so running cost are good as well. If your looking for a cheap fun bike you can;t go past the Inazuma.
Questions & Answers
F1 light flashing no go. Removed fuse kerb side and reinstalled all good. But did twice in one day after stopping
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?
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.
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.
You can inspect each components, not everything but at least basic things like chain, brakes, tyres.
I hope this helps.
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