The GSX-250R is Suzuki’s quarter-litre supersport bike which was unveiled at the China International Motorcycle Trade Exhibition in 2016. It carries a couple of elements from its siblings, looks derived from the GSX-1000R and an engine shared with the GW250 or the Inazuma.
The bike is powered by a twin-cylinder liquid cooled engine with a maximum power output of 24.7bhp at 8000rpm and max torque of 23.3Nm at 6500rpm.
The Suzuki GSX-250R stops with a 290mm disc with a twin-piston caliper in the front and a 240mm disc at the rear. It uses telescopic suspension for the front end and a mono-shock for the rear. With a fuel capacity of 15 litres the bike’s kerb weight is 178kg.
Although unlikely, but if it is launched in India, the Suzuki GSX-250R would compete with the likes of the Kawasaki Ninja 300, Yamaha YZF-R3, and Hysoung GT250R in India.