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    Pak Suzuki officially launched its new 2W product with a name "Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP (Agies), specially for law enforcement agencies.

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    For police use, Haojue only makes GW250J and GW250J-H. There is no GW250J-P unless it has been renamed locally. Is it only available for sale to LEOs or to ordinary citizens too? Further, what is its pricing?

    They still haven't brought the faired GW250F/GW250S variants here.

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    What an ugly bike! Trying to emulate Hayabusa's massive muscular stature but failing miserabily at it. Ugly as sin... Yuck. The faired version is even more uglier, like the standard version wasn't ugly enough!
    And how much 'PS' is asking for this 'POS'? A Million Rupee or so? They must have lost their minds...
    Suzuki, really???

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    @ Dear Ms./ Mr. K-Four-Nine:
    Why are you comparing this bike to Hayabusa, busa falls under "Ultimate Sports" bike. This version of Inazuma i.e. GW250JP is designed to facilitate law enforcement agencies, not general public. The aim for sharing the information was to "Increase" your information. Best reviews on this product could only be driven from law enforcement personnel who are actual users of these product category.
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    @apm292: Thanks for sharing pics and details. This is clearly based on the GW250F with additional purpose specific accessories fitted. It is well suited to patrolling work and to show police presence on highways since the GW250 can easily cruise at 120km/hr and can touch top speeds of 140-150km/hr.

    Was there any announcement about pricing and does Suzuki have any plans to introduce GW250F (fairing version without police lights/siren shashka)?

    It is very interesting and if parts specific to this (like saddle bags/luggage boxes, switch module,etc) accessories are made available, perhaps limited number of people who have bought Inazuma could also benefit.

    Please update if you have any info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apm292 View Post
    @ Dear Ms./ Mr. K-Four-Nine:
    Why are you comparing this bike to Hayabusa, busa falls under "Ultimate Sports" bike. This version of Inazuma i.e. GW250JP is designed to facilitate law enforcement agencies, not general public. The aim for sharing the information was to "Increase" your information. Best reviews on this product could only be driven from law enforcement personnel who are actual users of these product category.
    Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619953Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619954Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619955Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619956Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619957Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619958Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619959Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619960Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619961Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619962Official Launching of Suzuki Inazuma GW250JP -1619963
    First, I'm a Mister. Why a 'Miss' would be posting in motorcycling section?!!
    Second, I'm NOT comparing it to Mr. Hayabusa. I just said it's trying to 'emulate'....
    Third, You're absolutely correct about everything else. But you just can't deny it's ugly! Can you? Come on... Just LOOK at it! Reminds me of Godzilla... Perhaps that's exactly what Japanese Designers were after? Godzilla die hard fans, perhaps...???

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    @aa78: Thanks for the comments. The price is PKR 1,000,000/-. I don't think so k Suzuki will sell the side boxes or sirens as accessories. But good idea though!

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    You Don't See You Are Riding Ugly Bike Or Beautiful Bike When You Are Chasing A Robber Dacoit Thief Killer.....! It Serves The Purpose Its Good....

    A Good Initiative By PS To Help LEA In These Times....! They Will Have Special Price Tag For Them With Complete After sales Support... Better Than Having Nothing Or Chasing In A Beaten Up Dead Hilux
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    There are rumors that Suzuki will now assemble Inazuma locally: Local assembled Suzuki Heavy Bike Inazuma 250cc launched in Pakistan - Automark Magazine

    How much truth is there in it and if true, any idea if and to what level PS would reduce Inazuma pricing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aa78 View Post
    There are rumors that Suzuki will now assemble Inazuma locally: Local assembled Suzuki Heavy Bike Inazuma 250cc launched in Pakistan - Automark Magazine

    How much truth is there in it and if true, any idea if and to what level PS would reduce Inazuma pricing?
    Nice dig, brother! If it's true then it'll REVOLUTIONIZE our Motorcycle Market. An Inazuma under 2.5 Lack bracket would be TOTALLY WICKED (in a good way)!

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    It's true that GW250JP is being assembled locally, but local assembly doesn't mean that parts are local too! The parts are 100% imported. Yes Suzuki should give some relive which it will take from government in terms of taxes and duties and importing CBU is far more expensive rather importing parts and then assembling the bike here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k-four-nine View Post
    Nice dig, brother! If it's true then it'll REVOLUTIONIZE our Motorcycle Market. An Inazuma under 2.5 Lack bracket would be TOTALLY WICKED (in a good way)!
    Forget 250K. If price is changed, new cost would depend on significant amount saved via reduction in duty and some added cost of assembly line. However, if parts are just assembled and not manufactured here, don't expect significant price reduction like new price being 250K.

    The major benefit of price reduction on new unit is reduction in price of used bikes making them more affordable but that will be at the expense of existing customers.

    Quote Originally Posted by apm292 View Post
    It's true that GW250JP is being assembled locally, but local assembly doesn't mean that parts are local too! The parts are 100% imported. Yes Suzuki should give some relive which it will take from government in terms of taxes and duties and importing CBU is far more expensive rather importing parts and then assembling the bike here.
    Local assembly makes me fear two things:

    1 - Pak Suzuki will strip features to bring down cost. Just look at GS150.
    2 - Pak Suzuki will compromise on quality and QC as they nearly always do in both bikes and cars.

    Do you know if local assembly will only be for the Aegis/JP variant or the plain vanilla variant too?

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    I know a guy who owns a suzuki dealership so here's the declaration. This bike is assembled in Pakistan and is not a CBU, it's 1 mill PKR price tag includes everything there is to see in the pics, it's specifically made for law enforcement!

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    Ah, so parts are imported, eh? DREAM KAPUT, sigh... It did sound too good to be true, really. 1 Million Rupees is a big sum for such a... Ahem... Bike. I mean, one could get his 'paws' on a howling GSX-S1000 with an inline-4 K5 Gixxer Engine for an equalant of 1 Million Rupees in U.S! Buy the smaller GSX-S750 and you'll still have over 2 Lacks left in the pocket for goodies!
    Pak Suzuki, why bother introducing these BIG BIKES here then? What's the point of introducing a product if it's out of reach for the most? Trying to idealize FERRARI or BUGATTI perhaps??? LOL!!!

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    I saw one last month in a remote town near Khushab. Looked good in black but 1 million :O
    The men are back. @TGT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    I saw one last month in a remote town near Khushab. Looked good in black but 1 million :O
    Was it the same as in the thread by kool_munda :

    https://www.pakwheels.com/forums/gen...all-new-gw250f

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    Quote Originally Posted by aa78 View Post
    It was almost same as that apart from the projector.
    The men are back. @TGT.

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    Suzuki Inazuma Aegis Is Specially Designed For The Pakistani Security Forces - PakWheels Blog

    Pak Suzuki has upgraded the brakes of the original Inazuma and have installed different road tires.
    Anyone know what exact change has been made to the brakes and tires?

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    nop its different its a mid varient b/w inazuma my bike its around 50k cheaper

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