Crossfire Tracker 250
About Crossfire Tracker 250
Crossfire Tracker 250 is a dual-sports bike suitable for both city highways and bumpy roads. Nicknamed “The Everyday Offroader”, the company claims that this motorcycle was specially designed and customized for Nepalese terrains.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Price: Talking of cost, Tracker 250 price in Nepal is Rs. 3,70,000.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Design: The Crossfire Tracker 250 features a motocross-inspired styling with a new retro design. It now gets a dome-shaped LED headlight, a high-mounted mudguard, and black-colored forks upfront. The side view looks sleek and comes with stylish graphics lines and ‘Crossfire’ branding on the fuel tank. On the rear, it gets a classic LED taillight design and a well-padded single-piece seat for comfortable riding. LED indicators, a blacked-out engine, and a high-set adventured-styled stainless steel exhaust cylinder are among the other design elements. In addition, it is now available in 2 different colours: Black and Red.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Engine: All-new 223cc, air-cooled, four-stroke, 2-valve, single-cylinder engine powers the Tracker 250. It now delivers 19.4 BHP power and 17 Nm torque, lower than the previous version. However, the engine has been refined which made power delivery smooth and the motor hearing low. It also comes connected to a 6-speed gearbox and has a manual wet multi-plate clutch. Furthermore, only an electric start is provided while the kick-start has been removed.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Mileage: Furthermore, it has a 7.5-liter fuel tank and can provide a mileage of 30 Kmpl which means you can travel 200+ Kms in one trip.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Dimensions: This lightweight adventure bike now weighs around 117kg (dry weight), 2kg heavier than the previous model. The updated body dimension measures 1930mm long, 810mm wide, and 1315mm tall. It also comes with a 279 mm high ground clearance and a 1315 mm wheelbase.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Hardware: Talking about chassis, Crossfire Tracker 250 is now built around a reinforced steel frame. The updated front fork offers better shock absorption while the rear Mono suspension remains unchanged. The barking units are more powerful with a 265mm disc up front and a 202mm disc at the rear. Talking about the braking system, it still lacks ABS (Anti-locking system). The diameters of the front and rear wheels measure 80/100 - 19” and 120/90 - 16” respectively. Unfortunately, tubeless tyres are not available. Well, Crossfire was able to cut down the price by ignoring these minor features.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Features: New Crossfire Tracker 250 offers a variety of exciting features. It now has an LCD display that also comes with a gear position indicator. Similarly, there is an in-built USB charging port as a handy element.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Rivals: As for competition, Crossfire Tracker 250 goes head to head with Motorhead Tekken R250 and Hero Xpulse 200. Meanwhile, the budget-friendly price tag is one of the factors that make it stand out from other bikes.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Specifications
Crossfire Tracker 250 Frequently Asked Questions
The Crossfire Tracker 250 price in Nepal is Rs. 3,70,000.
No, Crossfire Tracker 250 is BS4-compliant.
The claimed mileage of Crossfire Tracker 250 is 30 Kmpl.
Classic Wheels Export and Import is the sole distributor of Crossfire bikes in Nepal.
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