The Suzuki GSX250R takes design inspiration from its elder sibling, the GSX-R1000, and gets big bike bits like fairing, sculpted fuel tank, and split seats
Suzuki GSX250R: Demand for those motorcycles in the 250-500 cc section is on the rise in India. This is a segment where many producers have intended to start products in the future. Some have launched, and some are currently working towards launching.
1 maker is Suzuki Motorcycles India. In a recent interview, Suzuki Motorcycles India disclosed that they’re currently looking at making India as a production hub for bikes in the 250cc into the 400cc segment.
This is extremely exciting news for two-wheeler fans in the nation. Suzuki motorcycles are known for their reliability, dynamics, and motor refinement. But their made-in-India flagship is a 155 cc motorcycle.
Internationally, the brand offers an exciting range of motorcycles over the 150 cc section. But because of cost constraints, they have not been established in India. With increasing demand for such a section, Suzuki is forced at looking towards manufacturing these machines in India. They will not launch them here but will export these to nations overseas.
One motorcycle that will be part of this undertaking is going to function as GSX250R. Suzuki GSX250R is a pound liter sports bicycle. Many components are received by it from the GSX1000R and share its engine.
It gets 290mm calipers in the front and 240mm disc at the rear with the suspension at the front and also mono shock at the rear. The bike has fuel tank capacity of 15 liters and weighs a total of 178 kgs.
The business wants to concentrate on the fast-paced scooter and premium motorcycle distance. The business plans by 2020 which could be achieved in a sustainable way with investments to the tune of INR 1,000 crores into production. New product portfolio using premium scooters and motorcycles, the overhaul of dealer networks and customer interface can also be on the cards by the end of 2017.