Dirt bikes are a rarity in India. Obviously, they cannot run on the streets because of the lack of headlights, tail lights, turn indicators and public road tires. Now, Suzuki is launching 4 dirt bikes in India purely for off-roading and Enduro purposes. The engines will range from 50cc to 450cc. The price range for these bikes start at Rs 2.65 Lakhs and it goes up to Rs 8.75 Lakhs (ex-showroom prices). With these steep prices, the models will be CBU and the dealers have said that once the order is placed, it will take 15-20 days for the model to be delivered. Currently, there are very limited dirt bikes in India, including 2 from Kawasaki. Check out the details here of these Suzuki dirt bikes.
The lineup of the Suzuki Dirt bikes starts with the mini DR-Z50. This particular dirt bike is meant for kids and young riders. In India, if you have to obtain a driving license under the age of 18, you need to have a 50cc bike for that. This bike comes with an air-cooled 50cc engine. It weighs just 54 kgs and comes with a very low seat height of 560 mm. This bike is priced at Rs 2.65 Lakhs.
The higher variant is the Suzuki RM-Z250, which comes with a 250cc liquid cooled single cylinder engine. Now, this one is not for kids and is a full-sized dirt bike. It is priced at Rs 7.20 Lakhs. It weighs 106kgs and comes with a seat height of 955 mm. For suspension, it gets full-adjustable KYB branded suspensions.
Next on the list of Suzuki dirt bikes is the RM-Z450. It comes with a 449cc liquid cooled single cylinder engine. It weighs around 112 kgs and comes with a seat height of 960 mm. The RMX450Z also gets same engine specs and dimensions, but for enduro and trail riding, features a headlight. The RM-Z450 is priced at Rs 8.40 Lakhs and the RMX retails at Rs 8.75 Lakhs (all prices ex-showroom India).
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For the competition, these bikes rival perfectly with Kawasaki’s dirt bike range. The 250cc Suzuki bike goes against Kawasaki KX 250F, which is costlier by around Rs 23,000. The RMZ-450 competes with Kawasaki KX 450F and the RMX goes against Kawasaki KLX 450R. The 450cc Suzuki dirt bikes are priced a bit higher than the Kawasaki boys.
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