Suzuki has launched the 2019 Suzuki GSX250R in Japan at JPY 5,27,040 (INR 3.34 lakh). The new model costs JPY 5,38,920 (INR 3.42 lakh) in the MotoGP Replica colour option. The MY2019 update hasn't led to a price hike.
The 2019 Suzuki GSX250R comes in new Crystal Blue Metallic-Pearl Nevlar Black and Pearl Gresher White-Pearl Nevlar Black colour options. The MotoGP Replica colour (Triton Blue Metallic) gets a change in graphics while the solid Pearl Nevlar Black colour option has been retained.
Powering the 2019 Suzuki GSX250R is a 248 cc SOHC, twin-cylinder engine which promises strong performance at low and mid-engine speeds. Coupled to a 6-speed gearbox, the engine can produce 24 PS of power and 22 Nm of torque. Besides that, he bike tips the scales at 178 kg and the ground clearance has been pegged at 160 mm.
The Suzuki GSX250R is suspended over standard telescopic fork up front and a monoshock in the rear. Braking duties are administered by disc brakes. The fuel tank can store 15 litres of petrol and the seat height has is an accessible 790 mm. The new colour options are expected to be introduced in the US and European market in the next few months. The features list includes an LED headlamp and tail lamp, all-digital instrument cluster with a gear position indicator and shift light, IRC tyres, clip-on handlebar and split seats.
Deliveries of Suzuki GSX250R in Crystal Blue Metallic-Pearl Nevlar Black, Pearl Gresher White-Pearl Nevlar Black colour options will begin on 18 July. Also, the new MotoGP replica edition will be available from 26 July 2019. Suzuki has not confirmed the GSX250R for the Indian market. The company recently launched a single-cylinder Suzuki Gixxer SF 250 for a price of INR 1.70 lakh.