Crossfire launches the new and updated Tracker 250

Classic Wheels Export and Import, the official importer of Crossfire motorcycles in Nepal, recently launched the new version of the Tracker 250 at the starting price of Rs 3.75 lakh.  The bike occupies the dual-sport motorcycle segment in Nepal.

The earlier version of the 250 was launched in August, and the newly launched Tracker 250 has been enhanced to ensure better performance, more refined power, greater efficiency, improved mileage, and superior handling. The design has also been tweaked a little to incorporate a few modern aesthetic cues. 

The bike is now available for booking, and customers will receive a free helmet, along with a Rs. 5,000 cash discount, for every booking or purchase made before November 28.

For more information, contact the Crossfire Motorcycle’s head office (01-4016070/01-4016062), or visit their official website ( 

Full details: Crossfire Tracker 250 | Price and specifications

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