Taro GP1 250 SR will be launched in Nepal very soon . Om MotoCorp Pvt. Ltd., an authorised distributor of Taro made this bike available in the Nepalese market.Moreover, all models from Taro has their own personality and characteristic. Among them, GP1 250 SR is a faired sports bike. Talking of cost, Taro GP1 250 SR price in Nepal is Rs. 6,50,000. Now, let's take a closer look at the all-new Taro GP One 250SR followed by its key features and specifications.
Taro GP1 250 SR Overview:
Taro GP1 250SR is a quarter-litre racing sports bike that is designed to target young riders. Moreover, it has aggressive styling, good handling, modern tech, killer sound along powerful performance.
The Taro GP1 250SR gets bold styling and striking body graphics. The front look is comparable with the Honda CBR 600 RR and other superbikes. It features LED headlights with integrated DRLs.
The fairing has strong cuts and folds, while the fuel tank has a muscular aesthetic. Furthermore, there is a single side-mounted exhaust. The bike also gets a sharp tail portion with a little LED light. Other design elements include a tall racing windscreen, angular wing mirrors, clip-on handlebars, and a split seat setup. In addition, it is available in two color options: Black and Blue.
GP One 250 SR is powered by a 249.2 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine. It delivers 25 bhp of maximum power at 9000 rpm and 21Nm of peak torque at 7000 rpm. The bike also gets an electronic fuel injection technology. Similarly, it has a six-speed gearbox with a wet multi-plate clutch.
Taro GP1 250 SR is dimensionally 2,060mm long, 712mm wide, and 1,115mm tall. It also gets 800mm of seat height while the wheelbase is 1442mm. The motorcycle weighs 165 kg and comes equipped with a 14-litre fuel tank. Moreover, it has a ground clearance of 180mm which is good when compared with other fairing bikes.
The GP1 250SR is built on a steel trellis chassis. The suspension units include conventional telescopic front forks and a mono-shock on a box-type double-sided swing arm at the rear section. The 300mm twin disc brakes up front and a 240mm single disc on the rear help to stop this bike. However, it does not have ABS. Instead, the company provided CBS (Combined Braking System) that distributes braking across both wheels, minimizing braking distance and skidding. Furthermore, the motorcycle gets 17-inch alloy wheels with 110/70 tyre in the front and 150/70 tyre in the back. The wide tubeless tyres significantly help in cornering and overall bike's performance.
Talking about the features of Taro GP1 250 SR, it gets a full-colour TFT instrument console. This digital display provides all information such as time, fuel gauge, gear shift light, parking light, battery voltage, odometer, speedometer, tachometer, and trip meter.
The other key highlights of this motorcycle are provided below:
Taro GP1 250 SR Features:
• Powerful 249.2cc Engine
• Electronic Fuel Injection Technology
• Liquid Cooling System
• Engine Kill Switch
• Side Stand Cut-Off System
• Telescopic Front Forks
• Rear Mono shock Suspension
• Front Dual Discs Brakes
• Single Rear Disc Brake
• Combined Braking System
• 17-inch Alloy Wheels
• Aggressive Sporty Styling
• Aerodynamic and Unique Design
• Stainless Steel Exhaust
• LED Headlight and Indicators
As for the competition, it will compete against CFMoto 250 SR, Honda CBR 250R and Suzuki Gixxer 250 SF.
Taro GP One 250SR has not been officially launched in the Nepalese market. However, the company is planning to do that in a few days. Meanwhile, it is available for bookings and test drives at its Naxal Showroom. Interestingly, serious buyers can even purchase this motorcycle.
For more information, contact Taro Moto Nepal via their official