Crossfire Tracker 250 launched in Nepal

Classic Wheels Export & Import Pvt. Ltd, the sole authorized distributor of Crossfire motorcycles in Nepal, has launched the Tracker 250 in the Nepali market. The motorcycle has been rolled out at an introductory price of Rs 3,48,000. Tagged as ‘The Everyday Offroader’, the bike makes for a bespoke fit for Nepal that offers daily commuting comforts and beyond.

Pre-bookings for the Tracker 250 have already started, and the bike will be available in the Crossfire showroom from 23 August.

Engine

The motorcycle is powered by a high-capacity 249.5 cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 20 bhp at 7000 rpm and a torque of 18.5 Nm at 5500 rpm.


Engine type: Single-cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve
Displacement: Air-cooled engine
Bore: x stroke70 x 65
Power: 12.5 kW at 7000 rpm
Torque: 18.5 Nm at 5500 rpm
Bph: 20
Compression ratio: 9.2:1
Fuel system: Carburetor

Transmission

Clutch: Manual wet multi-plate clutch
Lubrication: Pressure splash
Gearbox: 5-speed
Final drive: 38t-520 chain

Chassis and brakes

Frame/subframe: Steel tube – single beam/steel
Handlebar: Fat bar
Muffler: Stainless steel
Front suspension: Telescopic suspension with the front fork boots
Rear suspension: Mono suspension
Front brake: Disc (200 mm)
Rear brake: Disc (180 mm)
Rim- front/rear19 front/16 rear (inches)
Tyre – front/rear80/100 front, 120/90 rear

Electricals

Ignition: DC-CDI
Starter: Electric/kick
Headlight: Halogen
Taillight: Halogen
Indicators: LED
Speedometer: Analogue
Starter/battery: 12V.5ah

Dimensions and weight

Dimensions: (l x w x h)1980 x 820 x 1220 mm
Ground clearance: 240 mm
Wheelbase: 1380 mm
Tank capacity: 7.5 litres
Dry weight: 115 kg
Colour: Black

The price of the Crossfire Tracker 250 in Nepal starts from Rs 3,48,000.

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