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250cc Tekken 250, 250cc off road motorcycle, hot sell model Tekken


1. Q: Can I order sample?

A: Yes, we accept sample for trial order.


2. Q: What’s the delivery time?

A: It usually takes about 25 to 30 days. But the exact delivery time is different for different order quantity.


3. Q: Which colors will be available?

A: Normally, we will introduce the most popular colors to customers. And we are able to make colors according to customer’s demands.


4. Q: Can I use my logo on the product?

A: Yes, we can make the customers’ logo on the motorcycle.


5. Q: How to delivery to foreign buyer?

A: For sample order, the customer can select by sea or by air. For full container order, by sea is the best choice.

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Tekken 250: The Art of Deception | Test Ride, Review

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Back in 2009, one of us at Nepal Drives fell head over heels for a motorcycle that went by the name of Daelim VT Evolution. At a time when the Kawasaki Eliminator (see Bajaj Avenger) was in its heyday and the Orange County Choppers was THE show to watch on television, the cruiser styles of the VT Evolution was difficult to resist. With low-slung seats, wide handlebars, an engine disguised to look larger than it really was, and a massive speedometer on the tank, the attention it received was not surprising. However, like many things in life, there was more (or less) to it than what you saw at first look. Although it looked like a cruiser, it was far from it. Equipped with a tiny 125cc engine, at best, the VT Evolution was a commuter masquerading as a cruiser. The more you looked at it, the tackier it got. To the experienced eye, the overly chromed bits, plastic build, and embarrassing power output stood out like a nasty sore. Yet, for the less experienced, slightly overweight teenager looking for his first motorcycle, the VT Evolution was a very plausible choice; one that you could easily obsess over.


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Fast-forward to 2018 and we have with us the Motorhead (Fuego) Tekken 250: a dual sport motorcycle from the Chinese manufacturers that, at first look, appears to be a strong, good-looking contender. A motorcycle that is deceptively striking; so much so, that an eager youngster could easily obsess over it.




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From afar the Tekken 250 is a handsome motorcycle. A muscular build with elements like a high front fender, sculpted fuel tank, knobby tyres, and dual exhaust pipes all make for an appealing demeanor. However, upon closer inspection, you begin to notice certain shoddy elements that might change your perception.


A loud orange painted logo of the Motorhead brand on the engine seems really out of place; the same goes for the numerous decals and stickers that read out things like “6G” (which stands for 6 gears), and “for all-terrain”. The instrument cluster looks like something you’d use to check your blood pressure at home and led strips on the fuel tank that light up along with the side indicators look cheap.




Still, we have to admit, the Tekken 250 isn’t a terrible thing to look at. In fact, it is somewhat of a head-turner. This could be due to the fact that it’s a newcomer, but it still gets a lot of attention. The back end of the Tekken looks pretty decent with the dual exhausts and vertical taillights. Sharp designs throughout the machine help give it a masculine appeal.




On paper, this is an “all terrain” motorcycle. By definition, it’ll go where you ask it to, whether it’s winding up tarmac twisties or up rocky climbs. But, so will a Hero Splendor, or a Bajaj Platina. In order to really claim a spot amongst real dual-sport motorcycles, the Tekken has to be capable and eager to conquer mountains.


Quite the reverse, the Tekken is as eager to take on off road terrain, as a lazy fat kid is eager to go on morning runs. For a dual sport, the suspensions are horridly stiff and off road rides will take a toll on your body. The only saving graces are it’s tall riding stance and knobby tyres that work well when the asphalt ends.




Thankfully, on pitched roads, the same stiffness of the suspensions gives it composure. It might not be keen on leaning haphazardly into corners but it gets the job done.




The engine is a 250cc mill that churns out a modest amount of power, which is okay for city riding, but not up to par for a quarter liter engine. Handling is easy and sans of any nasty surprises. But, as mentioned earlier, the suspension for off-road riding is a little too stiff.




In many ways, the Tekken 250 is well suited for Nepal’s roads. There are just enough dual-sport characteristics for the Tekken to work well in our broken roads. However, it is not an all-terrain machine at heart. It will go on off-road trails, but you won’t be a happy camper and neither will the Tekken.




Much like the Daelim VT Evolution at its time, the Tekken 250 impersonates a rugged, purpose-built dual sport. But to a more experienced eye, certain aesthetic glitches stick out like a sore thumb.  Nevertheless, it is entirely possible that many will fall prey to Tekken’s appeal. And, to be honest, for a motorcycle manufactured in China, it is robustly built and distinctly alluring. More importantly, for a 250cc dual-sport motorcycle priced at Rs.3,50,000, all the niggles seem less prominent.  Hence, completing the deception and shining out like a true star.




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General informationModel:Fuego Tekken 250Year:2020Category:Enduro / offroadRating: 2.8  Check out the detailed rating of off-road capabilities, engine performance, maintenance cost, etc. Compare with any other bike.Engine and transmissionDisplacement:250.0 ccm (15.26 cubic inches)Engine type:Single cylinder, four-strokePower:16.5 HP (12.0 kW)) @ 7000 RPMTorque:17.0 Nm (1.7 kgf-m or 12.5 ft.lbs) @ 6500 RPMFuel system:Carburettor. PZ30 DENIFuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)Cooling system:AirGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,
final drive:
ChainExhaust system:Double exhaust, steel muffler pipeChassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsFront suspension:Inverted shocksRear suspension:Mono shock with air damperFront tire:100/90-17 Rear tire:110/100-17 Front brakes:Single discRear brakes:Single discPhysical measures and capacitiesDry weight:132.0 kg (291.0 pounds)Power/weight ratio:0.1250 HP/kgOverall length:1820 mm (71.7 inches)Fuel capacity:14.00 litres (3.70 US gallons)Other specificationsColor options:Red/blackStarter:ElectricElectrical:12V7A acid battery. battery.Light:LED headlight Comments:Chinese brand.Update specsReport missing specs or required updates.Further informationInsurance costsCompare US insurance quotes from the nation's top providers.Finance optionsCompare US motorcycle loan quotes from the nation's top providers.Parts finderRevzilla offers up to 50% off motorcycle accessories.Accessories Ships to most countries. Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.Dirt-bike partsDirt-bike parts and gear available from Mega Motor MadnessDirt-bike parts. Ships to most countries.MaintenanceFind parts, fluids. filters, maintenance tools and service manuals at Amazon.com.Ask questionsJoin the 20 Fuego Tekken 250 discussion group or the general Fuego discussion group.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs.

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A motorcycle for the city or for excursions in nature. The Tekken 250 has a dual purpose: it combines the true off-road style along with the real world , for spontaneous trips and adventures. There is no need to be the one or the other; you can enjoy both!

The FUEGO Tekken 250 can take you everywhere without a second thought. The free versatility of 249cc single-cylinder four-valve engine, keeps the motorbike always ready for the road. The six-speed transmission and a smooth linear torque ensures comfortable driving.

LMH disposes any spare part or accessory you may need. It is time for a real adventure; ideal nature-lovers and city-lovers as well!

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manual, 6 gear transmission

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