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Mors is always less, and that's true to our belief that, despite having enormous power from a single cylinder we always felt a need for two-cylinder in the bikes of 250 to 300 cc. Bringing two of the machines with dual-cylinder here in the comapro, we had pitted the recently launched Suzuki Inazuma 250 against the segment leader Kawasaki Ninja 300.
Suzuki is priced comparatively lower than the Kawasaki, and so its 250cc displacement is reprimanded for the same against the Ninja 300.
Suzuki Inazuma delivers the 26.3 PS of power and 24.4 Nm of torque from its 250cc engine against the Ninja's 39 PS of power and 27 Nm from a 300cc engine. Both of them drive traction to rear wheels via a six-speed manual gearbox.
Ride and Handling:
The Ninja 300 is perched with a good seating height comparatively; but the Inazuma pulls out its winning ace through a massive ground clearance of 165mmm - impressively a huge margin against the 125mm ground clearance of Ninja.
Suspension setups on the rear for both of the bikes are done with a mono unit, where Inazuma feels better than the other one due to the oil damped spring. The Ninja keeps off the bumps via a gas-charged setup.
Hence, both the bikes are of different category, but had one thing in common "the two-cylinder engine". In the actual terms, Inazuma is designed for commuting needs, where the Ninja is glowed to enjoy the burns at racetrack. So scaling down both of them with the same scale may not lend us a perfect answer, Choice is yours...what you prefer to ride them for.