Models in the Market: Crossfire Motorcycles in Nepal

Crossfire Motorcycles have had quite an impact on the youth of Nepal. Since the brand entered the country in 2015 with their flagship enduro model–the Crossfire XZ250RR–they have continued to gain more market traction. Classic Wheels Export & Import Pvt. Ltd, the authorized distributors of Crossfire motorcycles in Nepal, currently offers three models here: the Crossfire RM 250- Race Edition, the Crossfire HJ 250, and the Crossfire GR7 250. The Crossfire RM 250 is designed for thrill-seekers who are willing to tackle Nepal’s many tracks and trails at a moment’s notice; the Crossfire HJ 250 is made for customers looking for a ride they can use both in the city and in the hinterlands; and the Crossfire GR7 250 will fulfil the needs of those who want to explore the wildest offroads on a comfy bike.

Let’s move on to the full details of the Crossfire Motorcycles available in Nepal.

Crossfire RM 250 – Race Edition

Referred to as the ‘Mean Machine’, the Crossfire RM 250 boasts a colour combination of red, white, and black. The beast is absolutely riveting with its bold and sturdy character calling out to off-road explorers. It features R-Tech Italian headlights, LED indicators and backlight, and an anti-glare Koso meter for to-the-point information.

The RM 250 is powered by a 249.99 cc raw carburetor-powered engine that produces 30.15+bhp of max power and 23 Nm of max torque at 7000 rpm. The bike can be started with both electric and kick options. Its compression ratio stands at 11:5:1 and displacement at 249.6 cc. It comes with a 6-speed gearbox option.

The dimensions of the Crossfire RM 250 measure 2300mm in length, 830mm in width, and 1270mm in height. The wheelbase is 1500mm, the ground clearance is 330mm, and the dry weight of the bike is 110kg. The fuel-tank capacity of the bike is 7 litres.

The price for the Crossfire RM 250 – Race Edition in Nepal is NPR 6,90,000.

Specifications

Front tyre size: 110/70-17
Brake type/size: Single 290mm disc
Rear tyre size: 150/60-17
Brake type/size: Single 240mm disc
Front suspension: Fast Ace, 47mm inverted, with rebound and compression-damping adjustability, 251mm travel
Rear suspension: Fast Ace, Pro-Link single shock, with spring preload and rebound-damping adjustability, 116mm travel

Crossfire HJ 250

Although the Crossfire HJ 250 looks pretty similar to the KTM 500 EXC, it does have a readily identifiable appearance. The motorcycle flaunts a stunning colour combination of orange, white, and black. The orange treatment on multiple parts of the motorcycle, especially, makes it eye-catching and unique.

The HJ 250 is equipped with a 249.6 cc liquid-cooled compact engine that generates 30.15 bhp of max power at 9000 rpm and 22.5 Nm of max torque at 7000 rpm. The bike can be started with both electric and kick options. Its compression ratio stands at 11:6:1 and displacement at 249.6 cc. It comes with a 6-speed gearbox option.

The HJ 250 features an overall upgraded package compared to that of its predecessor–in terms of its aesthetics, premium feel, power, braking, suspension, and many more. The model is one of the best dirt bike options in its segment.

The price for the Crossfire HJ 250 in Nepal is NPR 6,45,000.

Specifications

Front tyre size: 3.60-21 (dirt)/110/70-17 (motard)
Brake type/size: Hydraulic disc 260 mm rotor w/twin pistons
Rear tyre size: 4.60-18 (dirt)/140/70-17 (motard)
Brake type/size: Hydraulic disc 240 mm rotor single piston
Front suspension: Telescopic, cartridge type, compression- and rebound-adjustable, 12.2 inch travel
Rear suspension: CNC Linkage, spring preload w/fully adjustable compression rebound, 11.81 inch travel

Crossfire GR7 250

The Crossfire GR7 250 is the most affordable among the brand’s models offered in Nepal, but it still comes with plenty of perks. The bike is stunning to look at, with its unique yellow-white and blue-white colour combination. The lightweight bike is also exceedingly maneuverable, and can generate the power needed to handle all terrains.

The GR7 250 comes loaded with a 249.6 cc compact engine that makes 30.15 bhp of max power and 23 Nm of max torque at 7000 rpm. The bike can be started with both electric and kick options. The compression ratio stands at 11:5:1 and displacement at 249.6 cc. It comes with a 6-speed gearbox option.

The dimensions of the Crossfire GR7 250 measure 2300mm in length, 830mm in width, and 1270mm in height. The wheelbase is 1500mm, the ground clearance is 330mm, and the dry weight of the bike is 110kg. The fuel-tank capacity of the bike is 10 litres.

The price for the Crossfire GR7 250 in Nepal is NPR 5,45,000.

Specifications

Front tyre size: 110/70-17
Brake type/size: Single 290mm disc
Rear tyre size: 140/60-17
Brake type/size: Single 240mm disc
Front suspension: SZC 47mm Inverted with rebound- and compression-damping adjustability ,251mm travel
Rear suspension: SZC monoshock with spring-preload and rebound-damping adjustability, 116mm travel

The Crossfire motorcycles are available in two variants: dirt and motard. The sole difference between the two variants is the tyres: the dirt version uses mud-terrain tyres while the motard uses street tyres.

(Also published on the Hamrobazar blog)

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