The Suzuki GSX-R125 and the Suzuki GSX250R were showcased at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The former made its Japan premiere at the show.
The Suzuki GSX-R125 is a 125cc performance offering from Suzuki. The full fairing and the Suzuki racing livery stays true to the GSX-R product family. One of the unique features of this motorcycle is the key-less ignition system with answer back function. The bike features a multifunction fully digital instrument cluster as well. The headlamp and tail light are LED units.
Power for the Suzuki GSX-R125 comes from 124.4cc single cylinder DOHC engine with liquid cooling and fuel injection. A 6-speed transmission does duty in the bike. For suspension, the bike comes with a telescopic front fork and a link-type rear monoshock. Brakes include petal discs on both ends, with twin-channel ABS. The fuel tank can store 11 litres of juice; and the bike weighs 134 kg, kerb.
The Suzuki GSX250R is more of a sporty tourer than an outright track machine. Suzuki has tuned the 248cc parallel twin engine in the bike for optimum low- to mid-range torque. The SOHC liquid-cooled engine makes 25 bhp of power and 23 Nm of torque. The powerplant mates with a 6-speed transmission.
Coming to the cycle parts, the motorcycle employs KYB telescopic front fork and a KYB rear monoshock. Disc brakes on both ends handle the braking responsibility. The 17-inch alloy wheels are shod with IRC tyres, and the instrumentation is all-digital.