It’s the Chinese Scrambler!Posted On: January 19, 2015 By : AutoLife Team
Scramblers are back due to public demand! But before you start thinking about the ones from Ducati or Triumph, steer your mind towards China for a decent-looking, quarter-litre, and retro-scrambler, called the Sinnis Retrostar 250.Even though this retro-scrambler resembles the Bonneville, it isn’t precisely a cheap Chinese product. The Retrostar 250 uses an air-cooled 249cc single cylinder engine which makes 20 horsepower and the engine is mated to a 5-speed manual transmission. The motorcycle also comes with an electric starter. Claimed dry weight is 130kg, tank capacity 10 litres, seat height 770mm and braking is done via disc brakes.
If you feel like owning a scrambler without burning a hole in your pocket, the Sinnis Retrostar 250 might be the right choice for you. The price tag reads £2200 (Nrs 3, 30,000). Take a look at the images below.