Suzuki has introduced the GSX-R 125 at the Intermot show in Germany. Company to showcase four more models at 2016 EICMA in Milan next month.


Contrary to what most of us thought of, Suzuki has introduced the GSX-R 125 motorcycle at the 2016 Intermot motor show in Cologne, Germany. Some recent pictures of the two GSX babies namely GSX-R 250 and GSX-R 150 made everyone believe that at least one of them will make an appearance at the biennial event. However, that did not happen and Suzuki opted to display the lesser powerful GSX-R 125 motorcycle at the show.

The 2017 Suzuki GSX-R 125 has been inspired from the rest of the GSX members. The front section houses a small headlamp with the fairing resembling the bigger GSX mates. The motorcycle further sports split step up seats that look appealing and enhances the visuals of the motorcycle. The exhaust set up of the GSX-R 125 is chubby and extends towards the rear.

Suzuki Unveils 2017 GSX-R 125 at Ongoing Intermot Motor Show
The Suzuki GSX-R 125 comes with disc brakes at the front and rear for a decent stopping power. The suspension set up comprises of inverted forks at the front while the rear has been assisted with a mono shock absorber. The bike comes with clear lens turning winkers that look premium. Earlier there were rumours that Suzuki will introduce the Suzuki Gixxer 250 aka GSX-R 250 or the GSX-R 150 in at the Intermot. The Suzuki GSX-R 250 was recently spied on a public road completely undisguised for the second time.

It is difficult to say that the company will opt to bring this motorcycle to Indian shores or not. However, considering the price sensitive economy and the absence of not so sporty 125cc motorcycle category due to high pricing, it is quite sure that Suzuki will not bring the GSX-R 125 to India.

Stay tuned for more as we bring you latest updates from the ongoing Intermot show!

Source – MotoFire

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