2017 new Suzuki GSX S125 outdoor still & action photos + color range
SUZUKI LAUNCHES EXTENDED SMALL CAPACITY LINEUP IN MILAN
Suzuki has further extended its small capacity model lineup for 2017, with four new machines unveiled today at Eicma, Milan, taking Suzuki's total number of new models for the new year to 12.
Following the announcement of Suzuki's flagship GSX-R1000R at Intermot, Eicma saw the Japanese manufacturer strengthen its offerings in the small capacity sector of the market, with a new V-Strom 250, GSX-S125, GSX250R, and Burgman 400 joining the newly unveiled GSX-R125 in the brand's expanding sub-400cc range.
Following the unveiling of the all-new GSX-R125 at Intermot, Suzuki is bringing another offering to the popular 125 market with its naked GSX-S125.
Joining the GSX-S family alongside the GSX-S1000 and newly-revealed GSX-S750, the GSX-S125 boasts a class-leading power-to-weight ratio and class-leading acceleration performance, thanks to it's high performance 125cc engine and 133kg kerb weight – the lightest in its class.
The GSX-S125 uses an advanced fuel injection system and big-bore throttle body for optimised fuel delivery, while a large 4.3 litre air box doesn't impact the bike's slim and narrow design while enhancing engine performance.
Agile and nimble handling is achieved with a lightweight chassis design and narrow profile, which also benefit the GSX-S125 when filtering through city traffic.
Suzuki's easy-start function features, with rider information displayed on a full LCD dash. Like the GSX-R family it shares its DNA with, the GSX-S125 gets a full LED headlight and LED position lights.
The compact but aggressively styled 125 roadster is expected to arrive in the summer.