With no change in pricing, the 2019 Suzuki GSX250R gains two new colour schemes and mechanically it continues to use 248 cc twin-cyl engine
Suzuki’s Japanese division has introduced the 2019 version of the performance-based GSX250R in its home market of Japan. Without any increase in costs, the 2019 Suzuki GSX250R carries a price tag of JPY 5,27,040 (Rs. 3.34 lakh approximately) and JPY 5,38,920 (Rs. 3.42 lakh) for the range-topping MotoGP Replica edition.
The reason for no change in price is that the global auto major has not made any mechanical changes to the GSX250R. Instead, the 2019 MY model comes with the addition of new colour schemes to keep the range fresh for customers, as it’s one of the go-to motorcycles for enthusiasts wanting to step into performance biking segment.
It gains Crystal Blue Metallic/Pearl Nevlar Black and Pearl Gresher White/Pearl Nevlar Black paint schemes. On the other hand, the MotoGP Replica shade has received new body graphics, as it is one of the most preferred among the buyers. The Pearl Nevlar Black stays put in the lineup.
With no revisions to the proven performance numbers, the 2019 Suzuki GSX250R derives power from the 248 cc twin-cylinder engine which is good enough to produce a maximum power output of 24 PS and 22 Nm of peak torque. The powertrain is connected with a six-speed transmission.
The supersport motorcycle uses telescopic front forks and rear monoshock for suspension duties while disc brakes are present up front and rear. It tips the weighing scale at 178 kilograms and has a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres and a seat height of 790 mm with 160 mm ground clearance.
Suzuki will commence the deliveries of the new Crystal Blue Metallic/Pearl Nevlar Black and Pearl Gresher White/Pearl Nevlar Black colour this Thursday while the MotoGP Replica asks for a waiting period of another one week. Suzuki will likely add the new paint jobs to other international markets as well.