Suzuki is out with its much awaited Suzuki GSX 250R and it is better than ever! The vehicle is inspired by its big bad brother the GSX-1000R. The bike seems much awaited after the Gixxer 150 that seemed to be a great hit in the former year. Its been a year since the vehicle was spied to be testing in china and now a year later SUZUKI is ready with its Gixxer 250R .
Engine Specs :
The vehicle comes with a single cylinder liquid cooled 248 CC engine. The Transmission is set up to a 6-speed gearbox. The gearbox suits its need fairly to the bikes character. The bike delivers 24.7 Hp at 8000 Rpm. It has a great pickup and the clutch is smooth and is much responsive.
The vehicle’s sporty fairing is full of edgy curves and comes with a good body flow. The fairing houses an elongated windscreen and rear-view mirrors. Handle comes with clip-on handlebars, fully digital console, a massive fuel tank, thick and efficient tyres and obviously with a suited split seat. Previous design concept seems to be carried forwarded, just with the minimal changes in the headlight assembly which make a lot of difference to its appearance. Just the headlight makes it appear much aggressive as compared to the old Gixxer 150.
The vehicle comes with a well appreciable height of 790 mm, the rear happens to be suspended over the chassis by a Mono-shock. The wheelbase is 1430 mm wide which might interest a lot of riding enthusiast.
At the front end, the vehicle comes with a big 290 mm Disc suited with a twin-piston calliper. At the end, there s 240 mm single piston calliper which provides the breaking power. Both the mac-wheels are different in size. Front Wheel: 110-80/17, Rear wheel : 140-70/17 which seems to be wide enough and give the bike a great ground clearance.
Color shades :
The images reveal that the vehicle comes with a Moto-GP Livery blue and also with appealing dual tone theme of red and black. There are rumours that the bike might make its debut in the upcoming EICMA 2016 as its nearing.
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