Bullit Motorcycles, a Belgian motorcycle company is all set to launch a new cruiser, the V-Bob 250 in Nepal. It is based on the Bluroc 250 scrambler-styled offering which shares the design similarities with Harley Davidson Iron 883 and Harley Davidson Rebel 500. Motors Avenue, the authorized distributor of Hanway bikes in Nepal has officially opened the bookings for the all-new Hanway V-Bob 250. According to the latest report, the bike has already entered the Nepalese market and the launch is imminent. As for the exact launch date, it hasn't yet been revealed.
Hanway V-Bob 250 is powered by a 249cc, Twin-Cylinder, 4-stroke, Air-cooled, FI engine that produces a max power of 17PS at 8500rpm and a max torque of 19Nm at 8500rpm. V-Bob 250 is equipped with a belt-drive system, upside-down (USD) front telescopic forks, dual rear shock absorbers, and disc brakes at both ends. Bullit V-Bob 250 looks pretty muscular as it features a perfectly-chiseled fuel tank, attractive-looking dual exhaust system, smart multi-spoke alloy wheels, modern-retro headlight plus tail light, and clear-lens turn indicators.
The brand is offering the cruiser motorcycle in three shades: Red, Silverish Grey, and Black. Hanway V-Bob 250 price in Nepal is NRs. 7.50 Lakhs and it is currently available for bookings. One can book a Hanway V-Bob 250 by paying NRs. 25,000 as a booking token. Here are the complete specifications and features of the Hanway V-Bob 250:
Hanway V-Bob 250 Specifications:
Hanway V-Bob 250 Features: