2021 Suzuki GSX-250R Gets A New Colour Scheme
The Japanese are some of the best artists in the world when it comes to designing an automobile. Japanese giants rule the world of wheels and Suzuki is one of them. Suzuki has recently announced its upgraded, full 2-wheeler line-up for 2021, including the quarter-liter sportbikes, Suzuki GSX 250R. The latest paint job and color scheme appear to be the only significant change to the new GSX 250R.
This motorcycle was priced at USD 5,499 that equates to almost INR 4 Lakh in the US market and unlike previously, this 2021 version will only be offered in one model, which is the ABS variant.
As mentioned the only big change to this motorcycle is a new paint and color scheme. It is available now in black and white while the previous black paint job is still offered. It still has those special dual LEDs, LED DRLs, a full blend style, muscular styling, angular mounting mirrors, and a windshield. At the back, the GS X R1000-R is reminiscent of a sharper LED taillight.
It includes a split seat-comb, a clip-on guide, and slightly low-positioned paddles. The 2021 Suzuki GSX-250R is fitted with an LCD instrument cluster that shows an optional tachometer of bar-graph, an odometer, an indicator for gear location, a speedometer, and so on. Conventional telescopic front gaps, along with a single shock on the rear, are used for performing the suspension tasks on this Suzuki GSX 250R from KYB. The front and rear wheels of disc brakes coupled with an ABS double-channel are the only ones provided.
Talking about the power supply it draws power from the same 248cc parallel-twin liquid-cooled engine which provides 24PS with peak power and 21.6Nm with peak torque. The engine is coupled with a 6-speed transmission. There is a fuel tank of 15 liters.
The 2021 Suzuki GSX-250R would very unlikely to reach India.
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