Sporty new Suzuki GSX250R set for 2017

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By Chris Newble
ChrisNewble Obsessed with two smokes, riding gear and track-days. Avid race fan and aspiring bike builder. Strong believer in the fact you can never have too many motorcycles
Suzuki GSX250R

Suzuki have yet again staked their claim in the small sports bike market for 2017 with the release of their GSX250R - a Euro4 friendly, fully faired, urban street bike.

Compared to the unfaired Inazuma model, upon which its based, the new GSX250R has a much sportier look with some neat modern touches, including a multi-function, reverse-lit LCD instrument panel. Other cool styling additions include clip-on handlebars, 10-spoke wheels and LED tail lights. 

The bikes full fairing takes its styling cues straight from Suzuki’s iconic GSX-R sports line-up and is available in a choice of three colours - Nebular Black, Glacier White and MotoGP style Triton Blue. 

Suzuki say that the GSX250R will be class-leading in terms of fuel economy, with its lightweight engine putting out a claimed 18.4kW (24.7bhp) at 8,000rpm. So with a full tank of fuel the engine could achieve a riding range of almost 300 miles to a tank.

Following the release of the Suzuki GSX-R125 in Cologne last month, as well as the GSX-S125 and V-Strom 250 also announced today, the Japanese company have shown further intent in Milan that they mean business in this highly competitive lightweight sports bike sector - news which can only mean great things for current or budding A2 licence holders.

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