It's very possible that the next 250cc motorcycle being launched in Thailand is the Sym SB250Ni Wolf.
The Sym SB250Ni Wolf is a naked sportsbike, with excellent performance (25 horsepower) and powered by a 250cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine, fueled by a modern electronic fuel injection and a smooth 6-speed gearbox.
By: Anonymous: NC30 love () Sunday, 08 April 2012 @ 05:24 PM ICT
The bike looks great. I like the styling, it reminds me of the MV Brutale and the Cagiva Raptor.
I've never heard of the manufacturer, so I don't think it will sell as well as the CBR or the Ninja 250's.
Why the single cylinder, underpowered engine?
Like the CBR and Ninja it will be no quicker than a good 125cc 2 stroke bike.
Any idea of the price?
The Sym SB250Ni is not as underpowered as you think, 25.5 horsepower at the right rpm can still be a lot of fun. Sure some old 125cc two-stroke motorcycles will be faster, but who wants to ride faster than 120km/h on a naked bike? (Not me, that's for sure...) Anyway, as two-strokes are baned in Thailand for new registration they are a dying type of two-wheelers...
We have currently no idea of the retail price, and it can even take some time before the Sym SB250Ni will become available in Thailand.