Suzuki India launched two dirt bikes namely RM-Z450 and RM-Z250 as the company’s flagship motocross bikes from the international arena. RM-Z250 comes available at a price of Rs.7.10 lakh while RM-Z450 is priced at Rs.8.31 lakh (Both ex-showroom prices, Delhi).
These duo dirt bikes from the international stable are pure off-road motorcycles and is illegal to be used anywhere except tracks. They have been designed and developed with innovative technology and engineering fused to render sharp handling and balance on rugged dirt tracks.
Suzuki RM-Z250 is powered by a 249cc, four stroke, fuel injected DOHC engine that is easy to handle, thanks to the aluminium rims that offer lightweight riding experience and comfortable balancing at the same time. This younger of the duo in the RM series has a kerb weight of 106kg and a ground clearance of 345mm.
Suzuki RM-Z450 is equipped with a 449cc, four stroke, fuel injected DOHC engine. It gains popularity as the first motocross bike to adopt new Showa Balance Free Rear Cushion suspension or in short, BFRC suspension. This feature offers enhanced responsiveness and impressive traction control. The elder sibling RM-Z450 has a kerb weight of 112kg with a ground clearance of 330mm. It also gets Suzuki Holeshot Assist Control (S-HAC) for choosing from three select riding modes based on the terrain.
Both these dirt bikes will reach India as CBU units and compete against KX 250F and KX 450F from Kawasaki’s dirt bike segment.