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SYM NHT 200 Motorcycle Launched in Nepal; Complete Specifications and Price

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KG International, the authorized distributor of SYM bikes in Nepal has officially launched the SYM NHT 200 motorbike in the Nepalese market. The SYM NHT 200 is an adventure motorbike particularly designed for the urban explorer. SYM NH T200 features a perimeter frame, centered suspension with disc brakes at both front and rear end including CBS. The bike also comes with full-LED lighting, a 2A USB charger, and an LCD meter giving a contemporary look.

SYM's bike and scooter entered the Nepalese market back in 2018.  However, due to some reasons, the company was unable to cope up with the existing market. Let's hope this brand will make a strong presence in the Nepalese market once again. According to the company, the bike will be available in few days as the vehicle registration process has been delayed due to Covid 19. The NHT 200 is offered at a price tag of around NRs. 5.48 lakhs in Nepal. Here are the complete specifications of the NHT 200.

SYM NHT 200 Specifications:

Power System:

Engine4-stroke, single-cylinder
183 cc
Emission Standard
Euro 4
Max Power18 PS @ 8500 rpm
Max Torque15.7 Nm @ 7500 rpm
5 Speed Gearbox
Cooling System
Liquid Cooled
Fuel Tank Capacity
11 Liters
Max Speed125 km per hour
Fuel SystemElectronic Fuel Injection
Front Suspension
Telescope fork
Rear SuspensionSingle Swing
ColoursRed, Black, and Camouflage


Length x Width x Height
2068 x 860 x 1195 mm
Wheelbase1405 mm
Curb Weight
152 Kg
Front/Rear Rim Material
Aluminum/ Aluminum
Front Tire Dimensions
100 / 90-19
 Tire Dimensions
130 / 80-17
Front Brakes Type/Diameter
Disc Ø 288 mm + ABS
Rear Brakes Type/Diameter
Disc Ø 222 mm + ABS

Electric System:

Starting System
Electrical starter
Front Position Lamp
LED × 2
Front/Rear Turning Signal Light

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