Suzuki announces the return of its sporty entry-level bike, the GSX250R ABS, for the 2022 model year.
The Suzuki GSX250R ABS takes its place in the 2022 model lineup, returning as a sporty entry-level option for new riders and perhaps a track weapon for experienced riders.
A 248cc, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, SOHC, parallel-twin engine, is housed in a double-cradle frame, and has been refined to offer favorable performance with its maximized low to mid-range torque output while the EFI offers a less aggressive throttle response. The GSX250R ABS employs a specifically styled oil pump that was engineered to reduce frictional loss but provide excellent engine lubrication.
The braking department is composed of a Nissin 2 piston ABS-equipped single disc brake at the front and Nissin 1 piston ABS-equipped single rotors on the back end. The front braking system employs a five-way adjustable lever that can be positioned to the rider’s liking.
Suspension on the GSX250R ABS is straightforward with the telescopic front forks and a mono rear shock that features a seven-way adjustable spring preload.
The gas tank will hold 4.0 gallons of petrol. Suzuki remarks that the GSX250R ABS has a riding range upwards of 250 miles on a full tank of gas.
The Suzuki GSX250R ABS is very approachable and manageable from a new rider’s perspective. The seat is only 31.1 inches tall and the design and reach of the clip-ons provide rider-friendly ergonomics and riding position.
The data cluster is a backlit multifunction LCD panel that displays standard information: speedometer, tachometer, gear indicator, fuel level, engine functions, etc.
The 2022 Suzuki GSX250R ABS has an MSRP of $4,999.00 and is available in Metallic Crystal Blue/Pearl Nebular Black.
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