There weren’t many manufacturers that equaled Suzuki for announcements in Cologne at Intermot 2016 and the announcements keep on coming at EICMA in Milan. Specifically, Suzuki are aiming to compete in the small capacity market with today’s launches and if you add that to the GSX-R125 announced last month they are certainly going for it. For a full breakdown on the upcoming 2017 Suzuki models please see our Suzuki dealer website.
An interesting addition to the Suzuki line-up sees the V-Strom adventure range gain a 250cc little brother with all the styling and base features you’d expect. Cheap to run and insure, these smaller capacity machines big news in asia these are sure to be a hit with commuters here.
Something that has been missing from the GSX-R range was a smaller capacity model and this year Suzuki announced a 125cc AND a 250cc variant, which is great news for A2 licence holders and CBT riders.
A naked bike to compete with the Yamaha YBR125 and other similarmachines. It has a class-leading power-to-weight ratio and class-leading acceleration performance, thanks to it’s high performance 125cc engine and 133kg kerb weight, which makes it the lightest in its class (like the GSX-R125).
A tip to tail overhaul in it’s design including increased rigidity in the frame and a larger front wheel to improve stability, as well as better security features for chaining your Burgman to something when you’re out and about.
We expect to start seeing the new models in our showroom from mid-spring and early summer. For full details on 2017 Euro4 compliant Suzuki models announced at EICMA see the Suzuki website: