For decades Suzuki has been building class leading performance based Supersport bikes with our GSX-R range, and muscular aggressive street bikes. In recent years we’ve combined these skills and experience to create the GSX-S line, a range of bikes with Supersport derived engines and performance, but harnessed in aggressive naked street bikes for a stripped back look and street focused performance. It began with the GSX-S1000 in 2015, then came the GSX-S750 and now an all new start point for the GSX-S family comes the stunning GSX-S125.
The power plant for the new GSX-S125 is a single cylinder, liquid cooled, DOHC (Double Over Head Cam) with 125cc. It powers the GSX-S to great performance on the streets and a lot more besides. The engineers behind the GSX-S series have been perfecting engines for over 30 years, and this is their latest masterpiece. In the 125cc class the GSX-S125 has the best power to weight ratio, the best torque to weight ratio and the best acceleration. So the rider can enjoy the most fun and excitement, every corner, every straight and every ride. This level of performance is well known for a GSX-R and now a GSX-S too, but beyond the power and acceleration there is even more, this engine is also extremely fuel efficient as well, so you can travel further on each tank of fuel before its time to re-fill.
The chassis design of the GSX-S125 is light and compact, giving the rider ultimate control on the streets for a fast and agile ride. For a street bike low weight is key, this helps deliver a bike with responsive and rewarding handling as well as added confidence on the street. The Engineers behind the GSX-S125 have created the lightest bike in the 125cc class, giving the rider the edge over the competition. As well as being the lightest machine in class the GSX-S125 also has the lowest seat height too, making an unbeatable combination for accessibility for all types of rider, while still maintaining an aggressive street look with easy riding position. The low seat height means most riders will be able place both feet securely on the floor for added confidence, while the light weight makes the bike easy to manage both on the move and for slow speed manoeuvers.