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turkeylegs

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turkeylegs says:

Inazuma 250 ?

Whats your thoughts on this? Iv been checking it out on the web and am interested.

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

Just had a flick through some reviews

and although I've never come up close to one it does what it says on the tin.

I'm not a fan of the styling at all and I take it with a full licence it wouldn't be my choice for commuting as it seems this is what it's best at.

Fuel economy is very good and I suppose a test ride will make your decision..

Not much help but it does depend what you will want it for

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

Can't see the point

of this bike from Suzuki,it's much heavier than any of it's rivals only produces 24HP  (less than a Honda Superdream 250 from 1979 claimed 27hp:shock:which was dog slow)and its not kind on the eye,again even 30-35 years later the Superdream looks better,and i would better it will turn out to be nearly as good on the fuel,and probably a lot more reliable??But remember that's only my view Good Luck

KC :tongue:

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Richnotrich

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Richnotrich says:

Saw one in the shop yesterday

Its a BIG bike for the cc.

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

can I ask

what your requirements are as many heads are better than one and someone may suggest something you hadn't thought of.

From what you say you are looking for more of a tool rather than a leisure item which I'm sure there would be other models suited to you far more

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jon66

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jon66 says:

looked nice

i saw it at last years scottish bike show and again this year , its a nice sized bike , ide get down to a dealers n get a shot on one ,make sure you look closely at the competition 

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norris

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norris says:

Agree with Kcmc

Big bike, no power. Had a 250 Superdream many years back for commuting. Couldn't pull the skin off a rice pudding.


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turkeylegs

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turkeylegs says:

Ina

I was hoping its suzuki s version of the Superdream bombproof and reliable. I'm not bothered about speed just reliability and cheap to run. Also the size is what I like,I'm 6 foot and 17 stone so wouldn't look strange on it. Commuting mainly and pottering about. Being the cheapest 250 from the main four helps too.

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kcmc

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kcmc says:

Good on ya

you seem to have made your mind up,without any help from us,so go spend your hard earned on the bike you have set your hart on(someones got to buy it:lol:)have fun that's the main thing:sunglasses: 

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