Previously, we had presented a rendering of the Suzuki Gixxer 250 that gave a glimpse of the motorcycle's sides. Our new rendering of the naked roadster tries to imagine the front fascia of the upcoming quarter-litre Suzuki. Like the fully-faired Gixxer SF 250, the Gixxer 250 will likely feature a full-LED headlight and expected to be surrounded by a body-coloured mask, which would enhance the premium look. The shape of the light will most likely be identical to that of its fully-faired sibling.
The Gixxer 250, being a naked roadster, will not get a windscreen. Instead, it may come equipped with a compact fibre panel above the headlamp. The front blinkers (non-LED) will sit on either side of the fibre panel.
The cockpit will have the fully-digital instrument console that is also seen on the Gixxer SF250. The digital screen will display information like the gear position, fuel gauge, tachometer, speedometer, odometer, trip meter and a clock. All the tell-tale indicators will occupy the space on either side of the instrument console.
Unlike the Gixxer SF 250, the Gixxer 250 will use a single-piece, flat-style handlebar for upright ergonomics. The fully-faired motorcycle, for reference, uses clip-on style steering.
The naked roadster will feature the same fuel storage capacity as the fully-faired model. The lack of fairing will be made up by the addition of tank shrouds and an engine cowl for a muscular look. Everything following the tank will be identical to that of the Gixxer SF 250, and the naked roadster will feature split-style seats, split pillion grab rail, LED tail light and a twin-pod exhaust with chrome highlights.
Engine and hardware specifications will remain unaltered from the "SF" badge model, and the Gixxer 250 will use a 249 cc single-cylinder, 4-valve, SOHC engine with fuel-injection and Suzuki Oil Cooling System that produces 26.5 PS of peak power at 9,000 rpm and 22.6 Nm of max torque at 7,500 rpm.
Braking setup will include a single disc at the front and back, while the safety net will comprise dual-channel ABS as standard. A monoshock suspension at the rear and conventional telescopic forks at the front will perform the shock absorption duties.