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Suzuki announces prices for new small bikes

There will be a new entry point into Suzuki’s legendary range of sportsbikes from September, when the all-new GSX-R125 arrives in dealerships with launch prices from £3999, while the new GSX-S125 will be available from £3699.

Suzuki says: “Promising the best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration performance in the 125cc sportsbike class, the new GSX-R has been produced with the same dedication as the rest of the GSX-R range that has seen over one million bikes produced in a history spanning more than 30 years.

“The GSX-R125’s single-cylinder bore is plated with Suzuki’s own, race-proven, nickel-phosphorus-silicon-carbide, while a big-bore, 32mm throttle body and advanced, six-sensor, four-hole fuel injector optimise fuel delivery in all conditions. Setting the new GSX-R apart from many of its rivals is the use of a double overhead camshaft engine design (DOHC), which improves airflow at higher engine rpm and makes for more precise valve timing. There’s also a large, 4.3 litre airbox to further increase performance.

“A slim chassis design helps the GSX-R125 achieve the lightest weight in its class, tipping the scales at just 134kg.

“A new keyless ignition system also makes the GSX-R a practical choice for riders, along with Suzuki’s easy-start system and a full LCD dash that displays a fuel gauge, clock, and gear position indicator, alongside speedo, tacho, and odometers, and an oil change indicator light.

“The new GSX-S125 also benefits from the best power-to-weight ratio and acceleration performance in the naked 125cc street bike class, using the same GSX-R developed 125cc engine. “

On a hire purchase finance deal, with a deposit of £977.86, the new GSX-R125 can be ridden away for £75 per month over 48 months, while the GSX-S125 can be had for £69 per month over the same period with a £925.29 deposit, with no final balloon payment and the bike owned at the end of the agreement.


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