The new chassis, new engine and new looks are sure to pull a lot of attention when you’re not pulling wheelies past the local chip shop – and when it comes down to ‘proper’ riding or commuting then this new quarter-litre motorcycle from Suzuki is bang on for the money, too.
Plus it’s now in the UK. Good news!
Making just under 25bhp @ 8,000rpm from the 248cc, 4-stroke liquid-cooled, SOHC parallel-twin and kicking out 23.4Nm of torque @ 6,500rpm, there’s enough poke from the small bike to have fun with.
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Suzuki claims an incredible 91.12mpg from the 181kg bike (but let’s be honest, that’s with it drinking from its sippy cup with a rider being so delicate with the throttle as to have almost mythical skills that wouldn’t really be applicable to most of the real world) so it’s not exactly a heavy drinker.
There’s a new LCD dash and LED lights on the bike too.
The base model (GSX250R) in an all-black colour scheme costs £4,299 whilst the GP-schemed GSX250R GP in the racy blue and yellow look will lighten your wallet by £100 more.
If you want to know more about the 2020 250 from Suzuki, just click HERE.