Megelli Naked 250S Review
Megelli is a two-wheeler automaking company which has been producing bikes since 2007. Naked 250 S has a sharp and snazzy body structure which gives a quite impressive appearance to the bike. It has a four stroke 250cc engine to exhale a huge amount of power and torque. Bolted on a twin-spar steel frame, it has all the fine elements to make it a perfect sports bike.
With a height adjustable stepped seat and saddle, 250 S is designed to provide convenience to the rider and pillion. In regards to dimension, it has a length of 1990 mm with a width of 745 mm and height of 1060 mm and the wheelbase of 1350 mm. It is equipped with stylish alloy wheels and an adjustable handlebar section. At the front, it has an imperious edgy headlamp section with a pilot lamp. A front forwarding sleek and the stretched fuel tank has been equipped with it to provide a stunning and majestic appearance and to give a convenient riding experience to the rider. Rear portion includes a single tail light that has LED side indicators along with an exhaust muffler which is placed underneath its seat to add contrasting look.
Engine, Economy & Performance
Talking about its engine and performance, the 250 S has a 250cc engine to churn out a power of 26.61 hp at 9000 rpm and peak torque of 22.3 nm at 7000 rpm which is mated to a six-speed transmission. With this configuration, the bike delivers an overall superior and stunning performance along with the decent fuel economy.
The British manufacturer has used telescopic suspension at the front and mono shock suspension at the rear with radial tyres size 100/70 R17 at the front and 130/70 R17 at the rear to provide a nice grip on the track. The tyres and suspensions have a prudent adhesion property and offer a superior stability while riding. The body structure has been designed to give an excellent and stress-free handling.
Safety, Braking and Miscellaneous
For satisfactory braking, Naked 250 S has been blessed with a hydraulic multi-plate clutch that prevents loss of revs. It is equipped with a set of disc brakes at the front and rear that gives a better stopping power under harsh braking conditions without any ABS unit. On top of this, it also has a digital multi info display system that shows speedometer, tachometer, odometer and fuel level indicator. All these elements make it an intact and trustworthy playmate for the streets.
With superb all-round performance and race inspired design the manufacturer has doubtless managed to produce a well-furnished dominating street bike. Considering its sustained power delivery, sharp form and powerful braking you may not find an extrusive bike in the country.