Crossfire Tracker 250
Since the frenzy for dirt bikes has been expanding quickly in Nepal nowadays, many known and obscure bike brands have carried their item to Nepal, because of which there are different alternatives for the purchasers to browse. Crossfire is one of them that has a different fan base here in Nepal. Known for its uproarious and forceful nature, Crossfire stood out enough to be noticed by numerous riders and dirt bike sweethearts in the blink of an eye. It has dispatched various models of bikes in Nepal which are becoming mainstream in view of their spending plan agreeableness. Crossfire Tracker 250 is the new addition to the Crossfire family. The approved wholesaler of Crossfire in Nepal, Classic Wheels Export and Import has acquired the new model Nepal now.
While the brand has been addressed for the strength and nature of the items, it has conveyed a reasonable execution at its value level. In general, Crossfire Tracker is no exemption.
Specification of Crossfire Tracker 250
Ground clearance: 240mm
|Engine||Single cylinder, 4- stroke, 2- valve, Air-cooled engine|
|Fuel tank capacity||7.5l|
|Max power||12.5Kw @ 7000 rpm|
|Max torque||18.5Nm @ 5500rpm|
|Brake horsepower||20 bhp|
|No of gears||5|
|Clutch||The manual wet multi-plate clutch|
|Tire size||80/100 front 120/90 rear|
|Dry weight||115 kgs|
Design of Crossfire Tracker 250
The Tracker 250 is a multi-reason bike that has minimal, rich bodywork from head to tail, including a tight fuel tank, which grew only for motocross and enduro requests. The standard upstanding handlebar pose and more extensive seat help the rider in keeping up with their focal point of gravity during any riding condition.
Discussing the form of the bike, it includes a high-level steel tube single pillar outline, decisively tuned flex attributes that give riders a definitive mix of cornering execution, foothold feel, and knock. It additionally has an adjustable suspension with front fork boots.
On the front, it gets a roundabout halogen headlamp with a high-mounted curved guard while it has a thin body along the edge and has lively illustrations and a halogen taillamp with smooth and tense LED markers. It additionally has high-mounted hardened steel fumes and accompanies a simple instrument group with a working stuff position marker, a passed-out motor, and brilliantly shaded forks.
The Crossfire Tracker 250 is controlled by a 249.5cc, single-chamber, four-stroke, air-cooled, carburetor motor. It can produce a maximum force of 12.5Kw at 7000rpm and a maximum force of 18.5Nm at 5500rpm. It has a five-speed gearbox with a 7.5-liter gas tank. These powertrain figures on the bike are somewhat low contrasted with different kin of the Crossfire family. The riders will quickly feel the under-power execution of this bike yet with cost-cutting, this was essentially inescapable.
Suitability in Nepal
Zeroing in on the territory of Nepal, the Tracker 250 gets a totally new motor than the one in other Crossfire bikes. The driving force of this bike is supposed to be very much tuned and better enhanced for the streets and landscapes of Nepal. The ground leeway of the bike is likewise good at 240mm which can be an incredible arrangement for the riders. The bike can be utilized for both everyday typical rides or for an undertaking ride.
- Retro-inspired styling
- Circular halogen headlamp and squared halogen taillamp
- LED indicators
- Analog instrument cluster with gear position indicator
- Low-fuel indicator
- Blacked-out engine
- Stainless steel exhaust
- Heavy-duty suspension
- Lightweight body
- High ground clearance
- Dual-purpose tires
- Spoke wheels
- Dual disc braking
Crossfire Tracker 250 Price in Nepal
There are many energizing elements on this bike however at the price of Rs 348,000 you are getting a reasonable arrangement. Cost-cutting has been done strongly by the organization to make it more moderate to individuals here. The Crossfire Tracker 250 Price in Nepal is Rs 348,000. Tracker 250 can be an incredible buy for those dirt bike darlings who would prefer not to spend a powerful sum on buying another bike.