2017 Suzuki GSX250R and GSX S125 ABS – Video
The GSX-250R is powered by a 248cc SOHC Twin, apparently the same one used on the GW250. The bore, stroke and compression ratio are all the same as the GW250’s engine, but Suzuki claims a bit more power (24.7 hp at 8000 rpm) and torque (17.3 lb-ft. at 6500 rpm) on the GSX-250R which claims a weight of 392.4 pounds (about 11 pounds less than the GW250).
Suzuki GSX-R125 ABS, with the best power-to-weight ratio, torque-to-weight ratio and acceleration, plus nimble handling and great fuel economy in the 125 class. The all-new small-bore Gxxer has aerodynamic bodywork, a low seat height, vertically stacked LED headlights and a key-less, one-push starting system.