Auto Expo 2023: Keeway SR250 launched at Rs 1.49 lakh

    The Keeway SR250, launched at Auto Expo 2023, is Rs 30,000 more expensive than the smaller SR125.

    Published On Jan 11, 2023 03:59:00 PM


    Keeway SR250 launched at Rs 1.49 lakh at Auto Expo 2023.
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    Keeway has launched the SR250 neo-retro bike at Rs 1.49 lakh at Auto Expo 2023. This neo-retro bike is the second model in Keeway’s SR line-up after the recently launched SR125.

    1. Keeway SR250 powered by 16hp, 16Nm, 223cc single-cylinder engine
    2. Rivals Kawasaki W175, TVS Ronin

    Keeway SR250 launched in India: details

    Powering the Keeway SR250 is an air-cooled, 223cc, single-cylinder mill making 16hp at 7,500rpm and 16Nm of torque at 6,500rpm. Like the SR125, this simple neo-retro roadster is a lightweight machine tipping the scales at just 120kg (dry). The Keeway SR250 gets a 14.2-litre fuel tank. Braking duties are handled by a 300mm front disc and a 210mm rear disc, both mated to dual-channel ABS.

    Bookings have opened for the Keeway SR250 for a token amount of Rs 2,000 and deliveries will begin from April 2023. Rivals for this neo-retro machine include the Kawasaki W175 and the TVS Ronin.

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