A black Crossfire motorcycle was recently spotted in New Road, Kathmandu. Photos of the motorcycle have also surfaced on the internet, and as per reports, the new model is expected to roll out soon in the Nepali market.
According to rumours, the new model is named ‘Tracker 250’, and the new Crossfire model will be a 250cc motorcycle–as the name suggests. We can expect the model to get dual disc brakes and telescopic suspensions.
Going by the photos, it seems like the motorcycle has a subtle design, unlike other Crossfire motorcycles with aggressive looks. Some of the bike’s design cues are also discernible from the pictures: round headlamp and rear-view mirrors, single-seat with red stitching, and a single exhaust pipe. Additionally, the bike doesn’t seem to come with the company’s popular transparent fuel tank, which is featured in the Crossfire GR7 250 and the Crossfire HJ 250.
In Nepal, most Crossfire models cost above Rs 5,00,000. The new motorcycle, however, is expected to be priced below Rs 4,00,000, and it will compete against entry-level adventurer motorcycles: the Hero Xpulse, Yamaha XTZ 150, and Honda XR.
Classic Wheels Export & Import Pvt. Ltd is the authorized distributor of Crossfire motorcycles in Nepal, and they currently offer 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.
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