Crossfire Tracker 250 has been officially launched in Nepal. The Everyday Off-roader flaunts a modern look while maintains esthetics from last year. On top of its appealing design, it promises an ideal ride for daily commute as well as off-road.
With a price little less than NPR 3.5 lakh, here’s a detailed overview of the motorbike followed by its price and availability in Nepal.
Starting at the front, the new Crossfire Tracker 250 carries a halogen headlamp that is circular in shape and a mud-guard right underneath. A functioning gear-position indicator has been used with an analog instrument cluster, which is kinda interesting.
Moving back, you get a fuel tank, sporty in look along with a single-piece seat.
It has a high-mounted stainless steel exhaust together with LED indicators and halogen tail lamps at the rear.
The off-roader is powered by a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled carburetor engine with 249.5cc displacement. The engine is able to produce a max power of 20.27PS at 7000rpm and a max torque of 18.5Nm at 5500rpm whilst paired with a 5-speed gearbox, not to mention a 7.5-liter fuel tank.
- Engine: 4-stroke, single-cylinder, 2-valve, carburetor
- Cooling Mechanism: Air-cooled
- Starting Mechanism: Self-start, kick start
- Max Power: 20.27PS @ 7000rpm
- Max Torque: 18.5Nm @ 5500rpm
- Fuel Tank Capacity: 7.5-liters
- Displacement: 249.5cc
- Ground Clearance: 240mm
- Kerb Weight: 115kg
- Color: Black
Crossfire Tracker 250 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Crossfire Tracker 250 has a price tag of NPR 3,48,000 in Nepal, available in Black color only. Slated to go on for sales commencing 23 August, you can visit the nearest authorized showroom for pre-booking.