Recently Crossfire Nepal launched a new model of RM 250 in Nepal. Most customers did like it but had complaints about some issues with the bike. However, we are here to talk about the all-new Crossfire Tracker 250. They have now launched a brand-new dirt bike in Nepal.
The authorized distributor of Crossfire bikes in Nepal is Classic Wheels Export & Import Pvt. Ltd. Also, they import the ItalicaMoto Bikes and Scooters in Nepal. So, let’s take a quick look around with teased bike’s specifications, features, and expected price of Crossfire TRACKER 250 in Nepal with its availability.
Crossfire Tracker 250 Overview
A few days back, Crossfire Nepal started teasing about the all-new Crossfire Tracker 250. They have released a short teaser video on their official social media handlings. Also, a few days back some other Instagram accounts posted about this bike spotted on the road. Looking at that post and the teaser video, we can see how it looks and some of the specs.
The all-new Tracker 250 looks like a classic retro-looking dirt bike, as seen on the teaser video. The Tracker 250 has a very old-school look that most people would like in a first look. So, it comes with a circular halogen headlamp in front which is the major part that it looks old-school. Then it has a long telescopic on the front holding on the spoke wheel. The tank is narrow like on other dirt bikes. Then coming to the seats, it has a narrow seat like most dirt bikes have but looks more comfortable than other dirt bikes.
And we can see a rail on the rear side exactly after the seat. It can be used for tying up the bags while you go for trail rides. Then there is a classic-looking tail light which is not a LED but a bulb one. Even being a dirt bike, it has a mudguard attached to the wheel.
Surely, the engine will be the same as the other models, GR7, HJ 250, and RM 250, a00 250-cc engine. It is a 249.5cc 4-stroke, single-cylinder, and air-cooled which can generate a max power of 20 PS @ 7000 RPM. It has been fine-tuned and optimized for Nepalese road conditions. And can generate max torque of 18.5 Nm @ 5500 RPM.
The Tracker 250 will have a 5-speed manual transmission and but not disclosed other details like fuel tank capacity. Also, it will give a range of 30Km/l as claimed by the company themselves.
Dimension, Suspensions, Wheels and Brakes
It comes with a long twin telescopic fork on the front. The massive bumps will be no problem for this one. Then there is a mono-shock absorber on the rear. The ground clearance is at max so that bike can easily travel on trail roads. The spoke wheels are always the best one while you are off-roading and especially on dirt bikes. This dirt bike is given a disc brake on both front and rear wheels. Front disc measures 200mm and the rear one measures 180mm,
Features and Miscellaneous
It features a complete analog cluster on the dash. It won’t show any live mileage or time as we get in most of the bikes.
Crossfire TRACKER 250 Specifications
|Engine Type||249.5 cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, 2-valve, single-cylinder|
|Dimensions||1980 x 820 x 1220 mm (l x w x h)|
|Max Power||20 PS @ 7000 RPM|
|Horsepower||18.5 Nm @ 5500 RPM|
|Bore x Stroke||70 x 65 mm|
|Max Speed||– Km/h|
|Seat height||– mm|
|Ground Clearance||240 mm|
|Dry Weight||115 Kg|
|Ignition/ Fuel Delivery||DC-CDI / Carburetor|
|Fuel tank capacity (Liter)||7.5 L|
|Fuel Mileage||30 Km/L *|
|Starting Mechanism||Self/electric start, kick start|
|Instrument Panel||Analog console|
|Clutch||Manual Wet Multi-Plate Clutch|
|Suspensions||Telescopic Hydraulic Fork [Front],|
Mono Shock Absorber [Back]
|Brakes||Front: Disc Back: Disc|
|Tires||80/100-19″ [Front] |
|Features||Engine Kill Switch|
|Color Options||Black, Blue|
|Crossfire TRACKER 250 Price in Nepal||Rs. 3,48,000 (Introductory)|
Crossfire Tracker 250 Price in Nepal and Availability
The Crossfire Tracker 250 has been launched in Nepal with very minimal pricing. So, the Crossfire Tracker 250 price in Nepal is Rs. 3,48,000 only. This is the introductory price for the bike, so it will rise in few months.
|Crossfire Bike Model||Price in Nepal||Availability|
|Tracker 250||NPR 3,48,000||Yes|
Crossfire launched the most affordable 250 cc bike in Nepal!