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Crossfire and Italica Moto Roadside Pickup Service

27th August 2021
"Crossfire and Italica Moto Motorcycles has recently initiated the roadside pickup service in partnership with Upaya City Cargo."

Classic Wheels Export and Import, the official importer of Crossfire and ItalicaMoto Motorcycles in Nepal, has recently initiated the roadside pickup service in partnership with Upaya City Cargo for their Crossfire and ItalicaMoto motorcycle/scooter owners at the product launch of their newest model Tracker 250

Upaya City Cargo is an online marketplace for intra-city logistics that connects individuals and businesses with their pickup driver-partners and integrates technology to ensure quick and hassle-free delivery of bulk goods within Kathmandu Valley.

They add value to your delivery needs by providing our service at the lowest prices as compared to existing market rates, quickest delivery given our large network of drivers-partners, and in the most convenient ways by offering mobile/tracking technology and VAT bill

Crossfire Motorcycles was initiated in 2013 and is now known as one of the leading off-road motorcycle companies in the nation. At a recent launch event, the company announced its new roadside pick-up service that their customers can avail during any emergencies, accidents, or breakdown. 

Customers can now call the hotline number 988 109 8830 / 988 109 8880 to request a pickup vehicle in and around Kathmandu, Butwal & Pokhara as of now.

Customers can follow these simple steps to get an easy pickup and delivery service:

Step 1: Contact 988 109 8830 / 988 109 8880
Step 2: Provide the vehicle location, after which the pickup vehicle visits your location along with the loaders as per the requirement. 
Step 3: Get your 2-wheeler delivered to the nearest CF/ItalicaMoto Showroom via the help of the Upaya City cargo team. 

Since the service is made available by the company for Crossfire and ItalicaMoto owners only, customers can avail of the service from both Hotline Number and Upaya City Cargo mobile app.

For further information, you can directly contact the Crossfire Motorcycle’s head office 01-4016070 / 01-4016062. or visit their official website.

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Tracker 250 | Crossfire Teases New Motorcycle Model

13th August 2021
"The next Crossfire Tracker 250 model is confirmed to have a 250cc engine."

Classic Wheels Export & Import confirmed last week's rumors and leaks by releasing a teaser for its new motorcycle, The Tracker 250.

The company will have to unveil a new model on 17th Aug 2021. 

CF Tracker 250

The next Crossfire Tracker 250 model is confirmed to have a 250cc engine, according to recent leaks.

If pricing truly is under Rs.4 lakhs, we can expect this to have a huge impact in the dirt motorcycle segment, as the DNA of their existing models such as the RM 250, HJ 250, and GR7 250 (all highly coveted dirt bikes currently available in Nepal) is bound to transfer to the new machine. 

CF Tracker 250

We can further speculate that the Tracker 250 could be an on-road, off-road, dual-purpose motorcycle. 

If the rumors are true - An engine capacity of 250 cc’s, pricing below Rs.4 lakhs, and Crossfire’s segment-leading experience; this motorcycle could be attractive to motorcyclists of all age groups. 

Along with the tagline: The Everyday Offroader, and the rumors that the new motorcycle will be under Rs. 4 Lakhs, we can speculate that Crossfire is venturing into new territory and targeting the mid-market consumer segment which is currently occupied by the likes of Hero Xpulse 200, Yamaha XTZ and Motorhead motorcycles.

Crossfire Motorcycle has not yet released any other information, new information will be shared once available.

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Crossfire Tracker 250 | The Everyday Off-roader launched at an introductory price of Rs.3.48 Lakhs

18th August 2021
"The Tracker 250 launch at an introductory price of Nrs.3,48,000."

Classic Wheels Export & Import Pvt. Ltd. unveiled their newest motorcycle, The Tracker 250, and shared their future plans and direction for the brand.

The Tracker 250 comes with a 249 CC displacement engine that produces 20 horsepower @ 7000 RPM and 18.5 nm of torque @ 5500 RPM, which is the most any off-roader offers in this price range.

CF Tracket 250

Because the Tracker 250 is intended for both everyday use as well as off-road usage, the motorcycle would be well suited for the dynamic roads of Nepal. It is the attractive price range and dual-purpose usability makes the Tracker 250 a desirable motorcycle for many Nepalese motorcyclists.

CF Tracker 250

CF Tracker 250

Tracker 250 motorcycle's features and offerings:

  • 250cc Air-Cooled Engine
  • Extremely lightweight at just 115 Kg (Dry Weight) 
  • Exceptional handling and balance 
  • Class-leading mileage of 30 KMPL 
  • 240 mm ground clearance 
  • 5 Speed gearbox 
  • Lower Servicing Costs
  • Competitive Spare Parts Pricing
  • Lifetime Free Servicing

The company also claimed that the servicing costs and their spare parts pricing would rival all competitors in the same segment. Crossfire promises to makes its spare parts affordable and its servicing costs minimal.

CF Tracker 250

The Tracker 250 is equipped with reusable parts, such as, reusable air-filters, reusable Mobil filters, etc. which are commonly replaced during servicing by other motorcycle brands.

This lowers the scheduled servicing cost down to only the engine oil, which is a game-changer. To top it off, the company offers Lifetime Free Servicing, where, for the duration of the company offered scheduled servicing, the customer will bear no labor charge.

The Tracker 250 launch at an introductory price of Nrs.3,48,000.

Crossfire announced the opening of new dealership applications for various locations such as Birtamode, Itahari, Bardibas, Hetauda, Chitwan, Damauli, Dang, Surkhet, and Dhangadi. 

Currently, Crossfire has 6 dealers all over Nepal, they plan to add 9 more to their network by the end of 2022. 

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