ALL set to be available in April this year, the GSX250R will back Suzuki up to survive in 250cc segment.
Needless to say, the quarter-litre sports segment is acquiring largest demands in a majority of the market across the world.Suzuki is one among those brands yearning to have a firm footprint in this segment and have introduced its warrior into the battle-ground, the GSX250R which was unveiled at the Milan show in Italy last year. It all set to be on sale in the UK by April and the prices have been announced for it.
It will carry a sticker price of £4299 for the standard graphics model and the MotoGP race replica paint scheme will demand an extra premium costing £4,399. For the novice riders, urging to ride an entry-level sports bike, the GSX250R might be perfectly suitable as the power delivery has been distributed in low and medium rev range. It moves on a 248cc parallel-twin engine, same which powered the Inazuma 250, delivers an output of 24.7 BHP.
As compared to its main rivals, Suzuki has managed to keep it frugal. The KTM RC390 and Kawasaki Ninja 250 are on a bit of pricey side as compared to this tool from Suzuki.