Suzuki has revealed the pricing for its all-new GSX250R, with the small-capacity sportsbike set to cost from just £4,299.
Featuring clip-on handlebars, full fairings and a sporty seating position, the new model brings the riding thrill of the larger GSX-R models to A2-licence compatibility.
The 248cc parallel twin makes 25bhp – almost half the 46bhp restriction for A2-licence holders – and offers superb torque from the low to mid range.
It bears the distinctive GSX-R single headlight, while an LCD display offers all the important information in an easy-to read format.
At the £4,299 price, the GSX250R is only available in Pearl Nebular Black. However, for an extra £100, riders can get their hands on the GSX250R GP, which boasts the Metallic Triton Blue livery with MotoGP decals.
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Power output is the same as in the standard GSX250R, and both bikes weigh 181kg, achieving 91.8mpg.
The GSX250R is just one of 13 new models set to join the Japanese manufacturer’s ranks this year, with a GSX-R125 – also a first for Suzuki – providing a CBT offering.
The manufacturer recently debuted its new GSX-R1000 and GSX-R1000R models, both of which offer 199bhp and 117.60Nm of torque from an all-new 999cc inline-four engine. The standard GSX-R1000 costs £13,249, while the R adds lean-angle-sensitive ABS, balance-free suspension, a quickshifter and launch control, among others, and costs £16,099.